Late last year I posted about Carnita Matthews, a niqab-clad culture-enricher in Australia who was stopped by a policeman and given a ticket for a traffic violation. She raised a big stink, threatened to make the officer pay for his treatment of her, and made good on her threat by filing an official “racism” complaint against him for allegedly attempting to forcibly unveil her.
Unfortunately for Ms. Matthews, but fortunately for the officer’s career, a dashboard camera in the police car had recorded the entire encounter. He was completely exonerated, and the burqa bimbo was charged with filing a false police complaint. The magistrate found her guilty, and sentenced her to six months in jail.
She was set free on bail, and immediately filed an appeal. The grounds for her appeal provided the most entertaining aspect of the case: she insisted that since a veiled woman had filed the false complaint, there was no way to prove that it was in fact the defendant who had done it.
The affair has now entered the realm of high farce…
…an appellate court has overthrown the conviction on exactly the grounds asserted by the defendant. Ms. Matthews is free, and her culturally enriched supporters celebrated so vigorously outside the courthouse that they had to be forcibly restrained by the police.
Vlad Tepes has gathered the latest news in a video, and follows it with a recap of what happened last year:
Whatever happened to that famous Australian no-nonsense level-headedness in matters such as this?
Does the state disqualify any appellate court judges who possess common sense?