Thursday, March 20, 2014
The Solicitor-General's Prosecution Guidelines:
The Solicitor-General's Prosection Guidelines are particularly interesting when viewed in the context of the letter from Peter Whittall's lawyers to the Crown Prosecutor, which can be viewed at THIS LINK and OTHERS.
Rebecca Mcfie recently published a book which has received excellent reviews.
Dr Cohen also wrote a book which can be read at THIS LINK.
Many of the families of the men who remain inside the mine to this day despite all the big talk of the people responsible for seeing that justice is done for them and their men, husbands, fathers, much loved, every single one of them, many of the family members feel deceived, angry and betrayed, and they have a lot of support.
If you have trouble viewing the file embedded above, try clicking on the small left facing arrow in the top left hand corner, which will remove the left hand panel and move the document to full frame view, or view it directly at THIS LINK.
These Prosecution Guidelines were rewritten in 2013 - here's the link to the 2010 version.
And here is the Department of Labour Prosecution Guidelines: