November 19, 2013
Association of Chief Police Officers, Law Enforcement, Parliament, Public Administration Committee
Alun Cairns, Bernard Jenkin, Crime, Crime statistics, James Patrick, Kent, Member of Parliament, Metropolitan Police Service, Research, South Wales Police, Thin Blue Line, Treasury Select Committee
I’m watching the HoC Public Administration Committee meeting in Room 8 re Crime Statistics. What a privilege to be able to experience on screen rather than having to go where I’ve gone since a human rights lawyer advised the Forum for Stable Currencies to ‘go for Parliamentary scrutiny via the Treasury Select Committee’:
Not only Chairman Bernard Jenkin MP is SHOCKED!!!
One of the submitted reports is on http://data.parliament.uk/writtenevidence/WrittenEvidence.svc/EvidenceHtml/3383 - one of the retired officers behind The Thin Blue Line and Car Crime UK.
But the real shocker is whistleblower PC James Patrick of the Metropolitan Police who put a book together from a number of blogs.
The membership of the committee includes Alun Cairns who is the MP for Maurice J Kirk MBSc. Maurice has been challenging South Wales Police more or less single handedly for nearly 30 years.
Unfortunately, the ‘recording of crime data’ is well after the event. It just keeps other people in pay. But the question needs to be asked, once again: cui bono? Who benefits?
Child sexual offences have a special way of being covered up, i.e. refer to ‘mental health’! More
November 13, 2013
Internet Media, McKenzie Friends, Police, Police state, Prison, Rule of Law, Rule of Money
HM Prison Cardiff, Ireland, Maurice, Norman Scarth, Psychiatric hospital, South Wales, South Wales Police, Supreme Court of the United States
South Wales Police (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Norman Scarth (87) is among the oldest ‘victim turned starfighters’ I know. He fled to Ireland to avoid the mental hospital he had already experienced once before. From there he is still communicating with various UK courts and launched recently this petition to help his efforts:
That the British State/Government/Supreme Court each do their bit to put an end to the MIS-use of ‘Mental Hospitals’, a practice described by Nobel Laureate Alekzandr Solzhenitsyn as “Worse Than The Gas Chambers”; the Appeal by Norman Scarth (which is currently before the Supreme Court) being a good opportunity to do so.
Please do consider signing!
Norman shared that mental hospital experience with Maurice J Kirk BVSc who had just been released from Caswell Clinic in South Wales when the two joined us at a meeting in the House of Lords in March 2010. Click here or on the image above to see the videos. More
October 2, 2013
Empowerment Mondays, Empowerment Mondays, Internet Media, Keith Vaz MP, Law Enforcement, Lawful Protest, Prison
Cameron, Death of Mark Duggan, Home Affairs Select Committee, Home-Office, Human rights, Keith Vaz, Mark Duggan, Speakers' Corner
This is the leaflet I found among the papers of Melissa Laird – after she got deported so that her son can by adopted - thanks to the criminal activities of Barnet Council.
Meanwhile I received this email: ”One year on from my husband’s avoidable death, thanks to you and others I realise how hopeless it is to follow the prescribed channels of complaint. Every path leads nowhere.
The manipulators hold all the cards. They have the money, publicity, media control and legal access denied to all complainants. Those who get noticed are quickly recruited into their ranks in order to fool the public into thinking they’re listening and changes are imminent. They’re not.
I think it’s possible to turn up the volume if we unite all the groups and protest in one voice. Individuals seldom make an impact. I met Caul Grant of Campaign for Truth and Justice at Speakers corner. He stays within the law. I joined them on the last 2 Empowerment Mondays outside the RCJ when they stopped the traffic for 10 minutes at a time by forming a moving chain across Fleet Street. The disruption was effective, it got us noticed. Passers by were shocked to hear the stories of protestors.
Michael Mansfied, currently representing Mark Duggan‘s family listened, so did Keith Vaz MP, currently chairman of Home Affairs Committee, a Parliamentary committee that scrutinises the work of the Home Office and a strong advocate of Human Rights. Given that Cameron has vowed to limit access to the European Court we cannot afford to be complacent.”
Caul responds: More
September 17, 2013
Child 'care', Child 'Protection', Corruption, Court of Protection, Family Courts, Human Rights Convention, Law Enforcement, Meetup, Police, Police state, Rule of Law, Rule of Money
Bachelor of Veterinary Science, Bank of England Act 1694, Court of Protection, James Munby, Police, Royal Courts of Justice, Rule of law, South Wales Police
Monday’s event outside the Royal Courts of Justice was the result of Caul Grant who founded the Campaign for Truth and Justice telling his victimisation and starfighter story at a gathering of the Free Spirit Foundation.
This spiritual revolution will continue every Monday from 10am to 4pm. Afterwards, we network in The George opposite to relax the bones after demonstrating that:
- Law Breakers cannot be Law Enforcers
- the Judiciary is guilty of criminal acts
- we demand compliance with the Rule of Law and equal application of the Law.
But the programme of events and implementation of actions will emerge as we dance between the real and the online world. In Leipzig, the demos started every Monday night and eventually brought the Berlin Wall down. We shall see and overcome!
Our overall objectives are:
- to break the silence that protects the ongoing corruption within the civil and criminal justice system – one of the seven deadly syndromes and seven media cover-ups
- to break the City’s Rule of Money and ensure Westminster’s Rule of Law by enforcing the Bank of England Act 1694
- to enforce Sir James Munby’s judgement of 05 September 2013 that calls for the court to adapt its practice to the realities of the internet and in particular social media. More
August 30, 2013
Corruption, Court of Protection, Family Courts, Government, House of Lords, Internet Media, Law Enforcement, McKenzie Friends, Ministry of Justice, Parliament, Police state, Prison, Rule of Law, Rule of Money, Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Court of Protection, Government, Holloway, House of Lords, McKenzie Friend, Norman Scarth, Rule of law, South Wales Police
How do you compare injustice, fraud, failures of ‘the system’ and explain the width of the gap between the Rule of Law (and correctness) and the Rule of Money (and corruption)?
Victims Unite started in August 2010 by publishing individual cases that were begun on Enforcement of Bank of England Act 1694. Since then I
- accompanied some 50 general and another 50 or so cases in family courts
- posted 474 articles
- and 815 followers are reading regularly about ‘us’, the victims turning into starfighters, campaigners, online activists and McKenzie Friends and ‘them’, the ‘public service’ organisations ranging from police, prison, courts, the House of Commons and House of Lords to the Government in Downing Street.
Today, the 250,000 mark of visitors will be passed. And I am sorry to say that the only thing that has improved is my ability to ‘see through’ what’s happening more and more:
- public officials commit white collar crimes
- they deny and lie
- they cover each other
- they commit more crimes to cover up.
No matter which ‘case’ comes before courts, no matter which story I try to publish, no matter who tries to get justice and compensation, it’s never a level playing field, for there is always one individual that is being victimised by many officials who are ‘just doing their job’. More
October 15, 2012
Law Enforcement, Police, Prison
#BAD12, #blogactionday, #POWEROFWE, Law Enforcement, Police, Prison, Travel ban
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.
July 15, 2012
Corruption, Government, Law Enforcement
Corruption, Forum for Stable Currencies, Fraud, Government, Justice, Keith Vaz, Law Enforcement, Lord Sudeley, Member of Parliament, Merlin Hanbury-Tracy 7th Baron Sudeley, New South Wales Police Force, Norman Scarth, Public Inquiry, Royal Commission, Royal Commission on Policing, State kidnapping, The Rule of Law, The rule of money
MoDPensions.com only tells one story that is representative of how many servicemen???
The Committee on Standards in Public Service thinks that everything is hunky dory, but does invite the general public to provide input. The Nolan principles that public servants should act on are: Selflessness, Integrity, Objectivity, Accountability, Openness, Honesty, Leadership.
If all that was operational, I wouldn’t have to publish most of my websites for Victims of Fraud! I wouldn’t have had to send this email either:
Dear Sir Christopher
Re: Ethics and Best practice – what works?
It is with great pleasure that I read about your invitation to the public to express views and experiences regarding Ethics and Best practice and learned about the seven principles Selflessness – Integrity - Objectivity - Accountability – Openness – Honesty – Leadership. I’m afraid they make me laugh, given my experiences…