Norman’s describes his circumstances in

  1. Complaint 1 of 30 July 2011
  2. Page 1 and Page 2 of Complaint 2 as well as Page 3 (the non-response to Complaint 1)
  3. this Open Letter to Judge Jonathan Rose who gave him his sentence.

A Writ for Habeas Corpus is being served on the Royal Courts of Justice today to release Norman. This means that Norman should be called before the Court in London.

 

It is quite remarkable to watch the excuses that “officials” aka “public servants” find for NOT doing something – either to follow their own rules or to just be a little bit human. In fact, most victims have found that “offenders in public office” find it imperative to cover their wrong-doings as they fear negative publicity. The latest example is what Christopher Booker wrote about the six children that were stolen by Haringey Council:

because of “press interest” in the case, the officials agreed that the council could not afford the very damaging publicity which might follow if the unhappy children were reunited with their parents. It was therefore vital that the council should continue to justify its actions. [From Does this family have human rights?]

More soon!