EARL OF LYTTON on behalf of Victims of White Collar Crimes – comments on the Queen’s Speech

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14 06 13 Earl of LyttonThis precious text came from Len Lawrence, the air pilot poisoned by organophosphates that killed thousands of farmers. George Wescott happened to have survived and accompanied Len to a meeting of Parliamentarians where, at long last, organophosphates were on the agenda.

This excerpt regarding white collar crimes on the occasion of the Queen’s Speech dates from Hansard on 09 June 2014.

The Earl of Lytton (Crossbench)

My Lords, the gracious Speech refers to a fairer society. The Minister mentioned the Criminal Justice and Courts Bill, and rightly referred to the importance of the rule of law. However, I start with the Home Secretary’s address to the Police Federation on 21 May. She made a welcome promise of better protection for whistleblowers in the police. People such as James Patrick have put their entire careers on the line for the truth. However, the proposed new offence of police corruption is otiose. We already have laws enough on our statute books, although of course police co-operation in investigating themselves may be in doubt.

The Home Secretary suggested that leaving police operations unfettered would resist political pressures but that, to me, means inadequate oversight despite the beefing up of Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary. Operations at the front line will always trump policy. We still have many questions but few answers to the points raised about police culture and operations. A senior judge has recently questioned the objectivity of that other safeguard, the IPCC, as mentioned by the noble Baroness, Lady Smith of Basildon.

Under anti-social behaviour legislation, the police have virtually untrammelled and incontestable powers. They decide ab initio who they think is the guilty party. The rampantly one-sided exercise of these in a case involving a Sussex MP has been corroborated by cases in South Wales, Devon and Cornwall, Thames Valley and, in the most recent, from Hampshire, police evidence seems to have been total fiction. I have been shown custody records altered post hoc to refer falsely to a more serious offence of violence. I have seen manifestly concocted properties for legal photographs used to procure convictions in magistrates’ courts. This I now find is very easy to do, and applies also to CCTV and audio files. This material is increasingly used as evidence in court proceedings. All that is required is slackness by witnesses and prosecution, and the guidance of ACPO on digital evidence to be ignored, and you have a recipe for misleading the court.

I learn of serious failure of prosecution to disclose documents as required, and of failure of defence teams and judges to ensure compliance. The Attorney-General’s recent guidance identifies this as a threat to a fair trial. I hear of documents that are unsigned or undated, possibly even forged, being accepted by the courts, and a failure to safeguard the interests of people under rulings from the Court of Protection.

Much of this is ongoing, with frequent accounts of files lost, court records deleted or unavailable, police notes absent or officer amnesia in the witness box. A solicitor categorised this for me as “gaming” the provisions of Section 117 of the Criminal Justice Act 2003, because a police witness cannot be cross-examined on something he has forgotten, and if the only other evidence is documentary or electronic, however faulty, then that must stand unless the defence can have the evidence struck out: effectively a reversal of the burden of proof. It would also appear from a recent BBC “File on 4” programme that these and allied manipulation of rules of evidence and procedure continue at the highest administrative and professional levels.

Withdrawing most legal aid—a principle I applaud as a general concept—but without rendering the system of justice accessible and affordable to normal folk, as mentioned by the noble Baroness, Lady Deech, seems to be a flawed policy. I question why two legal experts are required to represent a criminal defendant. However, if undeserving types were gaming the legal aid budget beforehand, we now appear to have police and prosecution gaming the procedures to the detriment of fair trials. Add these together and we have a situation once described to my father by his lawyer as follows: “Where there is muddle and confusion, dishonesty follows close behind”. I try to remember that.

Once an offence, police notification or occasion of arrest is established, the details go into a police computer system. The citizen does not have rights, or certainly has no adequate rights, to gain access to or check that for accuracy, yet may find material regurgitated at some future date in proceedings, shared with other agencies or disclosed in a CRB check. Necessary protections before the law remain inadequate, open to abuse, and are being manipulated to the unfair disadvantage for defendants in criminal proceedings in particular. This erodes trust in a vital sector of public administration. That imperils the rule of law and ultimately, the stability of society. Oversight must be restored. Senior law officers within the Government have long been aware of the situation, so why no action?

We should not be complacent or wag our finger at other jurisdictions, while all the while corrupt practices infect our own affairs. The Government need to act now—or if not this one, now, then a new one in 2015.

“I ASK THE PUBLIC TO TAKE NOTICE”, especially in Chester and Cheshire West: criminal secret family courts

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It couldn’t be more direct and more clear, as I am quoting Tom Dobby, the consultant physicist on the video below: “JUDGE BARNETT, you are a criminal and a child abuser. STEVE ROBINSON, HELEN JONES, you are criminal persons. ANDREA BLEARS, you, too.” He dares Chester Council just as Phil Thompson dares Walsall Council. Meanwhile, we’re preparing to take petitions regarding child abuse to Brussels – in the spirit of Sir James Munby’s judgement that appeals to “courts to adapt to the realities of the internet, particularly social media.” YouTube is one of the most popular social media!

 

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WHY BRITAIN is no longer safe: in ‘link language’ and bullet points

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The Independent has been there:

but also the Guardian:

In my experience of shifting emphasis from organising meetings at Westminster to web publishing, here’s why Britain is no longer safe – in ‘link language’ and bullet points:

  1. Starting with the Sudeley Bankruptcy and its Contemporary Significance: fraudulent bankruptcies, home repossessions and false imprisonments
  2. Punishment without Crime – Bereavement without Death – with over 36,300 visits since April 2012.

CUFFING, NODDING, skewing & stitching: ways of falsifying crime statistics

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13 11 19 Crime statisticsI’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':
http://www.parliamentlive.tv/Main/Player.aspx?meetingId=14214

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

SUICIDE or Murder? When victimisation becomes too much…

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A very effective video about a ‘case’ that is representative for many victims of unscrupulous organisations such as Grant Thornton… One just wonders what it’s like working there… And what it feels like when one prefers to be cruel and commit crimes than quitting one’s job to ‘make a living’…

 

With thanks from Jeff Lampert of Help4Lips [Litigants in Person]

MENTAL CAPACITY Act under Scrutiny: open for Evidence from You!

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Great minds think alike: yesterday we were complaining to John Hemming MP about the failures and abuse of the Mental Capacity Act in our meeting on Secrecy as the cloak for Criminality? John Hemming comments on his blog on 24 June 2013 and links to an article he wrote for The Independent.

At the same time the House of Lords Select Committee on the Mental Capacity Act 2005 has published a Call for Evidence and the UK Human Rights Blog writes about it here.

Please send your ‘well documented cases’ to holmentalcapacityco@parliament.uk before 2 September 2013.

In my observation, this is what things boil down to in the broad spectrum of ‘white collar crimes':

  1. the secrecy of family courts is meant to ‘protect'; but the reality is that it is used to steal children, even though there may be cases where parents are not fit to parent; but what the care system does AGAINST children and parents by far outweighs what it does FOR them
  2. to declare somebody not to have ‘mental capacity’ is meant to ‘protect’ the person by letting somebody else make decisions on their behalf; but in reality it is used by the Official Solicitor and his legal colleagues to steal assets. More

SECRECY – the Cloak for Criminality? Meeting John Hemming MP on Tuesday July 2nd

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The Secrecy of Family Courts links to the Secret Prisoners who have been of interest to John Hemming MP for a long time.

But as our civil rights are being diminished more and more, we need to learn yet more to stand our ground and know that we are not alone.

By connecting with other victims, we become ‘starfighters’ and campaigners, McKenzie Friends, online activists and Public Interest Advocates.

On July 2nd we have the opportunity to meet in the House of Commons again – in Committee Room 14 – from 10 to 12am – and network in the Jubilee Cafe afterwards.

More on http://bit.ly/10hAs2u and http://www.meetup.com/victims-unite/ to formulate questions and register.

BUSINESSMAN shot solicitor dead because… But who are the real criminals? Who are the real policy makers?

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13 06 06 Daily Mail“BUSINESSMAN shot solicitor dead because he blamed him for the repossession of his home and break down in his marriage” – this is the title of the article in the Daily Mail today.

God forbid a solicitor is a criminal! God forbid Solicitors from Hell is not ‘real’! God forbid there will be a judge who will acknowledge the criminality of a colleague! After all, they have to protect each other, while denying and lying and committing crimes to cover up crimes. That’s my bottom line analysis.

Here’s the article about a retired Scotland Yard Inspector who gets punished for his paedophile activities. You see, the covering up of crimes cuts across all institutions, from ‘the law’ to the ‘law enforcement’.

Shall I go further with my current understanding and analysis?

Well, by now, I feel there are enough people out there highlighting the ultimate crimes:

and the real people who are pulling the strings. Here are some links as a taster:

7/7 in the LIGHT of a VICTIM / ACCUSER and Intelligence Analyst / Whistleblower

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12 10 25 7-7Regular readers of and contributors to Victims Unite will not be surprised to read about compelling evidence for corruption within

  • the Police Service, particularly the Metropolitan Police: “this will not be investigated”
  • 65 calls for help from the Police
  • the Judiciary
  • law firms [from hell]: “For God sakes, if you were not ripped off, I’d never make a living.” [para 59, page 38]
  • “was unfortunately set up by the lawyers from Russells” [figure 4c, page 50]

However, in addition, this 240-page report is about:-

criminal victimisation of Ms Seven by Russells Law firm More

GLC LAMBETH BROTHEL SE1: Room 96 Regular User Pass Key found; who wants it back?

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13 03 10 Lambeth Brothel

This key fob was found by Stanley Embling, one of the MANY victims of white collar crimes, in 2002, outside Kings Cross Station.

  • Who has been craving to get it back?
  • Which company produced these key fobs?
  • How many?
  • Who paid for the bill?
  • Who sold them?
  • To whom?
  • From when to when?
  • Where exactly?

The Greater London Council (GLC) was dissolved in 1986, Wikipedia tells us…

Lambeth Council has sacked Brian Pead for speaking out on behalf girls being groomed only recently. Does this key fob bear some clues?

Greetings to our famous friends: Who, What, When, Where and Why.  More

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