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Lavinia Woodward

This the complaint that I sent to the attorney-general

Lavinia Woodward, a medical student,

aged24, given an unbelievable and ridiculously lenient sentance at Oxford Crown Court on Monday 25/09/2017 for stabbing her ex-boyfriend in a drug and drink-fuelled attack on him !

Is such a person – who takes drugs and drinks too much alcohol – to be trusted to wield a scalpel ?

Do women want equality – and even superiority – in everything except being sentanced for very serious offences ?

Did the judge fancy her ? Were ‘strings pulled’ for her ?

Is it because she’s a privileged Oxbridge student ?

Was the judge sympathetic because he himiself used to take illegal drugs – as a lot of barristers did (cocaine) ?

Can any convicted person, in future quote this case as a precedence for more lenient sentancing for everyone ?

This sentance is a joke and I ask for it to be revised upwards.

Any MAN would have received a custodial sentance – unless he was at ‘Oxbridge’ of course, where Britian trains it’s Finest – like Cairncross, Philby, McClean, Burgess and Blunt.

(I’m not hopeful that her sentence will be increased: women claim they want equality, but in British courts women – especially pretty young women are invariably treated with ‘kid gloves’).