October 15, 2012
Law Enforcement, Police, Prison, Travel ban
#BAD12, #blogactionday, #POWEROFWE
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
The Rule of Law, Justice, Government, The rule of money, Fraud, Public Inquiry, State kidnapping, Law Enforcement, Corruption, Royal Commission on Policing
Norman Scarth, Member of Parliament, Forum for Stable Currencies, Royal Commission, Keith Vaz, New South Wales Police Force, Merlin Hanbury-Tracy 7th Baron Sudeley, Lord Sudeley
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…
May 5, 2012
Advocacy, Judges, judicial remedy, Justice, Law Enforcement, Public Interest, The Rule of Law
Abuse, Attorney General's Office, Britain, City Of London, City of London Police, Human rights, London, Norman Scarth
What do They Know is a marvellous site for making requests according to the Freedom of Information Act.
This list of poignant questions was answered by the City of London Police and gave rise to the following comments by WWII Veteran and Human Rights connaisseur Norman Scarth:
In the link above, the City Of London Police give a link to an announcement from the Attorney General’s Office, in which they mention ‘Civil Restraint Orders’. These were brought in under Lord Woolf’s Civil Procedures Rules. This shows how Woolf’s ‘Reforms’(?), far from ‘simplifying the law’ & giving people ‘ACCESS to JUSTICE’, were really designed to make Britain more of a Police State, giving MORE ways to obstruct victims of State Crime from seeking a remedy in the courts.
April 28, 2012
Corruption, CPS, Fraud, Law Enforcement, Police harassment, The Rule of Law, The rule of money
Abuse, Channel 4, Chris Plumley, Ian Puddick, Law, Police, Police corruption, Police misconduct, Police officer, Rule of law, South Wales Police, Truth and Justice, United States
This video about Ian Puddick’s case with Chris Plumley, Channel 4 Dispatches Correspondent, is a neat and clean example of what lots and lots of victims have suffered from:
- the Rule of Money over the Rule of Law
- abuse of power and perversion of justice
- police harassment due to police corruption
- the takeover of control by an American ‘security company’.
No wonder Maurice J Kirk who has been harassed and bullied by South Wales Police for twenty years has a hard time standing up to them, especially when they keep him in prison without clear charges and under the most ridiculous conditions.
And no wonder, Caul Grant has been demonstrating with his Campaign for Truth and Justice for a week ready to stay on for another week.
March 29, 2012
Law Enforcement, Organised baby snatching, Prison
Adolf Hitler, Amnesty International, Cost of Discipleship, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Gestapo, God, Jesus, Prison
Thanks to a former class mate who is one of the priests in Tegel Prison, where a church is at the heart of the complex that was started in 1896.
I had a great time talking to inmates, comparing notes: regarding prisons, courts, lawyers and, especially everything surrounding child snatching.
The most important difference is clearly that prisoners on remand live in completely separate houses, if not prisons, from convicted inmates. After all: they are assumed NOT to be guilty until proven otherwise. I do wish Maurice and the Musas were treated in that way, especially as they are all Christians!
I was especially moved when I realised that I walked on the footsteps of Dietrich Bonhoeffer whose quote below comes from this link:
“The ultimate question for a responsible man to ask is not how he is to extricate himself heroically from the affair, but how the coming generation shall continue to live.”
— Dietrich Bonhoeffer, After Ten Years (December 1942)
January 3, 2012
Law Enforcement, Police harassment, Protesting
Association of Chief Police Officers, Criminal record, England, England and Wales, Essex Police, Illegal drug trade, Kent Police, Law Society, Metropolitan Police Service, misconduct, Police Community Support Officer, Rule of law, Wales
This is the full title with ‘interesting’ bullet points on a Daily Mail article today:
The criminals in uniform: Almost 1,000 officers with convictions from drug dealing to perverting justice are still in the police
- Two detective chief inspectors among 944 officers in England and Wales with a criminal record
- One officer found guilty of gross misconduct after sending racist and sexist texts is still in his job
- Hundreds of others facing misconduct allegations are allowed to escape punishment by quitting their forces
What if we could add all those who escaped punishment because of their complicit lawyers, court staff and judges?
What if that infamous Memorandum of Understanding between ACPO and the Law Society was replaced by a gentleman’s agreement to actually comply with the Rule of Law?
What if the 21 MPs who signed Early Day Motion 516 Reporting of Fraud were listened to? It should result in
- the simplification of the procedure by which members of the public may report suspected cases of fraud
- proper investigations of fraudulent actions
- appropriate compensation of the victims of these crimes.
Maybe child snatching aks State Kidnapping would also be discovered as fraud and perversion of justice which the police contribute to!…