Can “The Power of We” Hail in Truth, Justice and Fairness in the Judiciary?

This video was taken after Caul Grant tried, once again, to be heard in his cry for justice, after having lost his little boy due to NHS negligence.

Here he came out after a hearing where he questioned the 12-year travel ban that was imposed on him, after he deliberately committed a crime – only so that his grievances over the death of his boy could be heard…

His Campaign for Truth and Justice has since exposed many other crimes and tragedies of victims of financial and legal oppression.

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One Response to Can “The Power of We” Hail in Truth, Justice and Fairness in the Judiciary?

  1. Foxtrot Tango says:

    Dear Sabine,

    Are you in touch with Kenn D’Oudney of Democracy defined, who is doing a lot of work on juries? There have been some recent cases of Jury Nullification in the US reported in Activist Post. That juries are sovereign and have the power to strike down law will never be told to them in summing up. Of course, the legal establishment doesn’t like that idea one little bit since it takes the final arbitration of law out of the hands of the legal, political and bureacratic High Priesthood and places it into the hands of the people. We must all work to get this message across,

    Cheers

    F

    Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2012 13:40:17 +0000 To: frankinshropshire@hotmail.co.uk

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