Why do the courts humiliate us.
A young man has admitted that he left a Pigs head outside a Mosque - now read what the Judge said - anyone would think this young man had committed mass murder.
The district judge told Ferrar: "You were well aware of the significance of your actions.
"You knew that what you did would cause great distress, indeed that was your intention."
The court heard that Ferrar was under the influence of alcohol when he placed the pig's head - which had been stored in a freezer for several months - in an area where it could not be avoided by adults and children arriving for prayers.
Stressing that the offence had taken place against a background of protests at the community centre's use as a place-of-worship, District Judge Temperley added: "It is easy to imagine the shock, distress and disgust (those who discovered the pig's head) would have felt.
"The witnesses statements I have read bear testimony to the serious impact of your actions, but the harm you caused goes further.
"Others in the local community and beyond would also have been affected when news of this incident spread, prompting profound alarm, fear and insecurity.The young man profusely apologised and the Judge MUST have been reading this little diatribe
after the court heard he had written a letter of apology to his victims and was disgusted by his actions.
All of the above happened to a young man, I do not comment on the rights and wrongs of this case but it is quite clear that the leaving of a Pigs head outside a Mosque is a much greater crime than people of the Muslim religion threatening us with death, insulting our country, Prime Minister and generally inciting hatred towards us in the hope that we will be killed.
These people are not brought into court, they are not humiliated and required to give grovelling apologies, forced to carry out community services - nothing happens to them yet if any of the non Muslim population carry out a protest about Muslims and their attitude - aims and intentions towards us - our own courts demand our humiliation and penalize us
Something is seriously wrong in the Justice system.