13 February 2014

Justice (sometimes) rules ok!

It's nice to know that British justice can, sometimes be just that: just. This article in The Times of Israel reports, in brief, on a decision at the Supreme Court (just like in Israel, the highest possible legal level) which dismissed an appeal by BDS demonstrators.

They had chained themselves to concrete blocks in an Ahava store in London's Covent Garden and subsequently been convicted of criminal trespass. The Supreme Court upheld the convictions and fines. The store subsequently closed, but has, apparently, reopened. The BDSers still have websites up, appearing to incite violence against the Ahava concessions to be found in many department stores.

A good reason for shopping in big stores, I'd think: follow the noise and buy Israeli cosmetics and other skin treatments!

By Brian Goldfarb. 


SnoopyTheGoon said...

And would get you convicted of murder if she dies mysteriously.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Oh, that for sure. One has to be extremely careful. For instance, when getting such service, do it for both spouses.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Wouldn't send her a message you would live down any time soon. Probably better to do it some other time.

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