JUST how gullible are the decision-makers in the justice system? If they make a major error, are they ever held to account? Are the tribunals incredibly naïve, misinformed or just negligent?

Recently a number of decisions have been so obviously wrong and have led to such catastrophic results that one wonders if this is a general trend across the public sector. Or is it just a few isolated cases?

I want to look at four cases, two involving the criminal justice system, one the family ‘care’ system and one the immigration system, all of which I have written about previously to highlight the disastrous decisions. We rarely are told who makes these decisions. If the same occurred in the private sector it is likely that it would lead to legal action and media outrage.

The first two cases involved granting bail to teenagers who subsequently murdered innocent people. I wrote about them here and here.

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