Patrick Cullinane had suggested I take five key cases to Viviane Reding and her EU Commission for Justice.

Unfortunately, they only have an online submission form which I forgot to keep a copy of.

However, I received today this letter from the Directorate General Justice which sends us to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.

That is, of course, the wrong avenue. For I cannot fight for compensation for five different cases.

But I can fight for closing the gap between the Human Rights as they are supposed to be guaranteed by EU member states, and what the UK Human Rights Act 1998 guarantees.

This Human Rights gap is significant.

Hence I wrote this answer:

Many thanks, Mr Tell, for your letter of December 2nd, 2010!

I published it on my blog Victims Unite!

We are not asking your Commission to look into individual cases or to intervene in the day-to-day administration of the UK justice system.

We are asking your Commission to close the gap between the EU Fundamental Charter for Human Rights and the UK Human Rights Act 1998.

On this page you will find Attitudes Towards European Law with a reference to paragraph 56: the then Lord Chancellor is said to have travelled to Strasbourg to ask to respect the right of British courts to manage their own affairs “in full recognition of their national character, traditions, religious beliefs, and moral standards.”

In particular, we would like to point out that Articles 1 and 13 are omitted. For as long as the UK is a member state of the EU, it would therefore seem that the UK should not be permitted to create her own set of human rights that allow the full spectrum of national authorities to commit fraud.

Fraud is difficult to report (see Early Day Motion 516) and impossible to be prosecuted (see Royal Charter and Memorandum of Understanding between Police and Law Society).

I sent the summaries of five cases as samples to demonstrate that they are representative of hundreds and thousands of victims who

  • don’t receive fair trials
  • don’t have an effective remedy before national authorities.

That’s what we have evidence for – on Room 14 – a Foundation for Change, 12 cases are grouped on Enforcement of Bank of England Act 1694 and more under Our Cases as Stories on Victims Unite!

You can also see from the comments to the Stop the Oppression of the British people and the comments to WANTED: Fair Trials and Compensation that the five cases are not in isolation.

Given Vivian Reding’s mandate and seriousness of commitment, we do hope that your Commission will begin a dialogue with the current Lord Chancellor. The purpose is not only to bring our grievances to his attention but, above all, to initiate change by including Articles 1 and 13 in the UK Human Rights Act.

Looking forward to your comments,

With kind regards,

Sabine K McNeill

Organiser, Forum for Stable Currencies
Advocating Economic Democracy through Freedom from National Debt

Petitioning “HM Partnership“:
WANTED: Fair Trials and Compensation
: > 130 signatures and 1,500 page views

Blogger, Victims Unite!
Empowering victims of financial exploitation and legal oppression

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Based on Early Day Motions
1297 and 597 tabled by Austin Mitchell MP

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