Following the capture of Osama-Bin-Laden last year by British Forces, at his trial at Chelsea Crown Court the leader of Al-Qaeda was found guilty of many counts of terrorism. However, Ms Booth’s [a.k.a. Mrs Blair] sentence of 30 days community service on the grounds that “he is a religious person” has attracted further criticism from the National Secular Society. This is not the first time Mrs Blair’s [a.k.a. Ms Booth] sentencing people with religious beliefs has come in for criticism.
Despite the sentence many consider excessively lenient having been passed only yesterday, the Office for Judicial Complaints (OJC) today said they have carried out an exhaustive enquiry and Ms Blair/Booth is totally innocent of anything, has never done anything wrong and will never do anything wrong in the future. Their reassurance failed to reassure the National Secular Society who questioned the findings of the inquiry.
Meanwhile Ms. Blair [a.k.a. Booth] issued a statement in defence of her decision pointing out that the individual concerned is a religious person who was following his beliefs. “He knows he has done wrong and the time he spends carrying out community service will allow him to reflect on these wrongs”.