Attorney General Tor-Aksel Busch "fools" the entire Norwegian people!
Picture by Attorney General Tor-Aksel Busch
Who is to blame for this hub scandal?
Many, but one cannot expect so much neither from the NAV nor the politicians, they come up with allegations.
Who should control them?
Of course that's when you have to look at the law. It takes place in the District Court, the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court.
Who is sitting and judging there? It's the judge's stand that Busch was responsible for, he was their boss.
Who, then, is responsible for the hub scandal?
Judge Stand 80%
Why? The governing body itself is not the NAV or the politicians, but the judge who should be able to do this.
According to Attorney General Tor-Aksel Busch, there were 75 cases and 33 cases that he could have prevented if NAV and the politicians had done their job.
This is both ridiculous and a disclaimer.
If you lose a match 10 - 12 - 14 zero then the relegation stands for luck anyway!
It is a man who should have taken all the blame, and not blamed on others as Attorney General Tor-Aksel Busch did today!
Attorney General Tor-Aksel Busch succeeded in deceiving all of Norway with his cunning trick, by issuing "Black-Per" to NAV and others.
Attorney-General Tor-Aksel Busch and the judge's stand are guilty of 80% of this scandal.
There are those who are professionals and want to know far more than anyone else what is what.
Don't be fooled, it is Attorney General Tor-Aksel Busch who is the "most" guilty here and the judge's stand !!!!!!!!!!!!
I have been in Social Security, District Court and Court of Appeal. Social security is really just a "like" court, not the district court and the court of appeals, it is a proper court with a judge and the possibility of an appeal etc. the courts here in Norway are ridiculous. All cases should really be tried again, as it is the same judges who have sentenced all cases in this country!
Actually, there is only one professional player here, that is the judge's position,
When the NAV and others come to court, this must be tried.
But what happens as a rule in Norway whatever the case?
It's planking, prosecuting gets what they want!
In a well-functioning democracy, the judge had looked at what was presented if it was in accordance with the law.
In Norway it does not work that way!
Not seeing this and blaming NAV and the politicians is not good!
If the judiciary had worked, they would have discovered this from January 1994 when we got the EEA agreement!
What is strange is that when one hears the hearing, the roles are partly turned upside down.
Prime Minister Erna Solberg actually responds to much of what Attorney General Tor-Aksel Busch should have answered, but managed to get out of the "trap" by focusing on not knowing about the case in 2017.
For a disclaimer, the judge's position as Attorney General Tor-Aksel Busch was and represents the supreme leader should have known about this in both 1994 and 2012.
Talk about being able to fool all of Norway as Attorney General Tor-Aksel Busch was able to do yesterday!
Strange that no one - or few - realize that it is the judge's position that has the main responsibility here.
It is the District Court / Court of Appeal / Supreme Court that is to control and decide on other such as the NAV, the prosecution power etc. anyone who promotes a case in Norway.
Everyone can sue others.
But then this will be up first in the district court, and then one can appeal this further.
But it is the judge's stand that always has the final and decisive word. Not the NAV, not the politicians, not Kari, Pål or Per, but the judge's stand!
Must clap my arm, I've been through a number of trials for various reasons.
Must be quick here.
Everyone can sue or bring others to "squares".
I've done that, and others have done it with me.
But it is when one comes to court that "everything" happens.
Then it's the "Cup Final!"
Then everything is settled.
NAV, and everyone else is not "guilty" of this. It's the judges.
Or did the judges not understand what they were doing?
They just let what NAV and the prosecution said, meant and did "Norwegian Law!"
No, and again, no, that one does not see that the judge's position has the main responsibility here is quite strange of so many people?
The Attorney General managed the art piece by talking about the 33 cases he was not told in time by the National Insurance Court so that he would not judge these.
It's like a nursery, but even worse.
The prosecutor and the judge are the "culprits" here, not the NAV, not the politicians, not anyone else!