It’s a very special Court of Public Opinion this week, for we’ll be exacting a punishment on those who rule, the High Court of Australia.
Hear ye, Hear ye! Firstly we’d like to congratulate and tip the gavel to Facebook user Timothy Standard Stanton who is wearing the wig this week after his judicious ruling on last week’s defendant, Mitchell Pearce:
“I would force him to hold hands with Andrew Bolt in the middle of Manly Corso.”
Well said. Agents have been contacted, and we expect Messrs. Bolt & Pearce to meet outside a reputable Australo-Portuguese fast food chicken emporium tomorrow at eleven.
On to the next case. This week’s ruling by the High Court of Australia with regard to Manus Island that will return a group of asylum seekers, including infants, back to offshore detention.
The Crime: Momentary granting of hope and 37 counts of child abuse.
The Punishment: Three current High Court judges will now be required to replace the existing judicial bench on that other exclusionary national institution, Australia’s Got Talent.
Ahoy TBS jurors! Can you think of a fitting punishment for The High Court? If so, pop it in the comment section below.
Best punishment bags you the honourable (and printed) title of Kangaroo Court Judge for next week! (It’d look good on the res!)