January 29, 2013
Advocacy, Banks, Campaigning, Contempt of Court, Judges, Ministry of Justice, Miscarriage of justice, Paedophilia, Public Interest, Solicitors, The Rule of Law, The Web, United Kingdom
Ban (title), Boarding school, Burma, George Monbiot, His Lordship, Internet petition, Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales, Myanmar Alin, Norman Scarth, Pan-democracy camp, Thein Sein, white collar crime
Abolish the Ban on Recording Court Proceedings is one of the online petitions that we’ve launched, as a way of letting the Establishment know what’s going on ‘on the ground’.
For the comments are really telling. The Lord Chief Justice took the hearing of Norman Scarth, who was imprisoned for this offence, in his absence. I’m now sending them to His Lordship, hoping he’ll take note.
George Monbiot explains this morning The way we are governed is inexplicable – until you understand the upbringing of the elite.
The upbringing of the elite boys in boarding schools is my explanation for paedophiles, sociopaths and psychopaths.
In my attempts to highlight what’s dishonest with our money system as the cause and victims of white collar crimes as the effect, I put Capitalism Exposed together as my latest website.
September 28, 2012
Abuse of the Elderly, Campaigning, Corruption, Eviction, Exposure, Fraud, Justice, Land Registry, Miscarriage of justice
Appeal, Claimant, Court of Appeal, Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung, Government, Hamburg, Monday, Plaintiff, Reemtsma, Supreme court, Supreme Court of the United States, Swiss, Velcourt
Reemtsma (Photo credit: asvensson)
This is a case of criminal trespass, of a boundary dispute and of original title map deeds versus UK Land Registry General Boundaries. It is also of false claims, potential false address and the rich Claimant’s abuse of legal system.
Place of Crime – Kings Lynn, W. Norfolk England. Victim – 82 year old Lady and her Son, who has a spinal injury.
April 1 2009 – Claimants destroys old boundary fence, over 50m and plough 200 sqm of Defendant’s Land. Replace fence with stronger poles and upright the pushed over straining post. Three times on 3 April, May and June, fence is broken, cut and finally ‘shredded’ as barbed wire replacement is cut into a 100 pieces of dangerous loops left on the garden. Pets & wildlife risk at risk.
Tractor driver says – ‘you are not using is so we will’. Works for agent Velcourt on the behalf of Eaubrink Farm GmbH.
Show Victims deed map ownership to workers, Farm Manager and Director.
September 5, 2011
Advocacy, Arranged judgements, Campaigning, Contempt of Court, Court Hearings, Exposure, John Hemming MP, Judges, Justice, Mainstream Media, Miscarriage of justice, News, Public Interest, Publicity, The Rule of Law
Court Order, Electronic publishing, Elizabeth Watson, High Court (Ireland), John Hemming, Labour Party, Member of Parliament, Nicholas Wall (judge), Sexual abuse
- John Hemming MP had removed the gag so that Vicky Haigh and Doncaster Council could be named
- being outside UK jurisdiction, I publish www.vickyhaigh.wordpress.com
- the publication of a ‘statement’ as a virtual press release by Sir Nicholas Wall after the hearing on 22 August 2011 resulted in seriously bad press for Vicky and good press for the father; he admits to his daughter being abused, but not by him
- this produced soooooo many and so negative comments that I stopped enjoying my self-appointed role as web publisher and I set the site to “private”: invited users only
- today Sir Nicholas Wall published one judgment re Vicky Haigh and another one re Elizabeth Watson
August 22, 2011
Campaigning, Exposure, Fraudulent imprisonment, Fundamental Rights Charter, Judges, judicial remedy, Justice, Miscarriage of justice, Protesting, Public Interest, The Rule of Law
Contempt of court, County Court, Crown Court, Habeas Corpus, Hearing, High Court of Justice, judge, Leeds, Norman, Open letter, Royal Courts of Justice, World War II
From Peter Mon 22 August 11
An Open letter Regarding Norman
To Chris Jarvis and Norman’s supporters.
I can no longer stand by and see people hoodwinked over Normans case , when he could have and should have released a couple of weeks ago (by applying to purge his contempt).
Let me expand and explain; it is in reality irrelevant what a Judge sentences a person to as he has the power to sentence in Contempt of Court cases with immediate effect anything up to 2 years in prison.
August 18, 2011
The Rule of Law, Justice, Solicitors, Miscarriage of justice, Ministry of Justice, Judges, judicial remedy, Taking the Law in our Own Hands, Contempt of Court, Public Interest, Corruption, Litigants in Person, Protesting
Kenneth Clarke, London, Royal Courts of Justice, Leeds, World War II, Arctic convoys of World War II, Leeds Prison, Prison Governor, Paul Baker
Norman Scarth’s case (summarised on the petition to free him) was presented today at the Royal Courts of Justice in London. Norman attended by video link from Leeds, was in good mental health, and he presented his case to the judge in very respectful and polite terms.
Judge Wyn Williams DENIED NORMAN DUE PROCESS OF THE LAW. He adjourned the case until next week, sending Norman back to prison. There was coverage by Russian TV, and a few members of the press.
The judge ordered that Norman be allowed to have contact with legal representation, which the prison has been denying him. However, he refused to order that Norman be given his prescription medication, thereby forcing Norman to be kept in torture for a further week.
June 14, 2011
Advocacy, Campaigning, Judges, judicial remedy, Justice, Law Enforcement, Miscarriage of justice, Police harassment, Public Interest, Taking the Law in our Own Hands, The Rule of Law, The rule of money
Crown Prosecution Service, European Convention of Human Rights, European Court of Human Rights, France, Her Majesty's Courts Service, Hip replacement, Medical record, National Health Service, NHS, Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, Rule of law, South Wales, South Wales Police, Stephen Glover
Maurice Kirk’s saga is enshrined in a room full of files. No comparison to Mr Ebert’s suitcase of documents!…
Recently Maurice followed Mr Ebert’s model of WANTED posters to pinpoint those judges whose judgments have affected his life most detrimentally.
In the light of what judges do in family courts, Stephen Glover wrote Judges are unelected, out of touch and shockingly arrogant.
Recently, Maurice and I completed this text as a summary of his odyssey and he said “this is still worth breathing for” – at 66, recovering from a hip replacement carried out in France, for the NHS refused to release the medical records without which his surgical team wouldn’t operate… More