How can anybody claim that foster ‘care’ is better than the love of these parents?

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If you are not aware of the Slovak parents whose two boys were taken, start by reading this page and then search for ‘slovak’ on Victims Unite!

As the final straw for your spectrum of emotions between outrage and sadness, please read this story of 10 Nov and this article of 13 Nov 2012 in a Slovak paper – with the aid of Google’s translation – and watch the subtitled film on that page.

The mother says “not without my children” or “BEZ DETÍ NEODÍDEM”. Googling for those words will give you lots of links.

  • Irvana has been using the game of the film Life is Beautiful to ‘explain’ to her sons why they cannot come home yet: they have to collect points beforehand
  • she explained that “these people, they are so clumsy, they spilled  the points,” so they have to collect again
  • one boy wants to come home by train, the other one by plane…

At the demo outside the UK Embassy in Bratislava, people were chanting ‘life is beautiful’.

Since then,

Important Habeas Corpus Application in Royal Courts of Justice on October 12th

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Caul Grant is an incessant campaigner and fighter for justice in courts and the streets with his Campaign for Truth and Justice.

He studied the law, whilst imprisoned for 6 1/2 years. Upon release, he was subjected to a 12-year travel ban.

This is one of the points he wants to raise on Friday October 12th in the Royal Courts of Justice (RCJ) on the Strand. He uses Habeas Corpus which means the ‘production of a body’, including prisoners. According to Wikipedia,

 It has historically been an important legal instrument safeguarding individual freedom against arbitrary state action.

Whilst waiting for the time to be announced, he will have his campaigning material ready and invites supporters to join him outside the RCJ, starting at 10.30, as he did for two weeks in April this year.

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This Saturday: UK End Child Abuse – March (Hyde Park Corner, 12.00) & Rally: Trafalgar Square, 1 – 4pm

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It helps to unite, whether as parents whose children were taken, as supporters who were jailed or as survivors of abuse.

This Saturday, starting with a march at Hyde Park Corner, the rally will, as in 2011 and in 2010, be a great opportunity for networking, sharing experiences and, together, feeling stronger than on our own.

Due to the secrecy of family courts and the intimidation through ‘gagging orders’, it takes courage to be there. But the untold story of gagging orders was published by The Independent in May 2011. This mainstream media overview adds further credibility to our claims. But still nothing seems to change…

Do we have to wait until children find their birth parents via Facebook and take Social Services to court, as these two boys in whose lives Social Services have ‘created havoc’?

Will Slovakia lead other countries in their claims for their young citizens as Slovaks protest at Britain’s ‘illegal child snatching’?

Invitation to all concerned sufferers of the banks and lawyers and courts

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To all concerned sufferers of the banks and lawyers and courts (all these and more are interlinked, it is the lawyers who find dubious means for the banks to circumvent the laws), our battle bus is visiting London on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday this week. More

Victims united in Victory: rogue lawyer struck off at long last!

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It takes Dr Sheida Oraki’s intelligence and persistence, Diane Mitchell‘s experience with solicitors from hell (or nearby) and Maurice Kirk‘s camera (and banner) to get this photo taken some time ago!

But today it is the perfect illustration for this article in the Daily Mail: Vaz’s crooked pal struck off: Victory for the Mail as conman is found guilty of 104 breaches of rules.

May Keith Vaz MP behave more respectably with his promise to investigate the powers and future of the IPCC!

Victims unite by protesting outside Police 2012 Conference in Central Hall, Westminster

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Unfortunately I don’t remember the Constable’s name, but he told me that in Westminster, it’s easy to be a good ‘bobby’ in the old tradition when tourists talk to them. The Sergeant told us we need to be more professional in displaying our messages that are too hard to read… Here with demo organiser Michael Doherty and Ian Puddick.

On the way to the event that I spotted a McKenzie bag which all members of the Association of McKenzie Friends should maybe purchase…

The first woman I spoke to used to have a daughter named Sabina… She was murdered after having bought a car from a thug and justice was never obtained – because the Police covered up! The website set up by her mother is called STARR: Sabina’s Trust Against Revolvers and Racism. More

12 June, Central Hall Westminster: Meet the Police when they meet to deliver Accountability and Results

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Following the most successful demo to Abolish the IPCC on Mayday, this demo is planned on the occasion of the conference Policing 2012: Delivering Accountability and Results. It will be another opportunity to

  • unite with fellow victims
  • express frustration and grudges
  • stand your ground by protesting and demonstrating.

June 12, 8am – 6pm: Central Hall Westminster, co-ordinated by Michael Doherty aka CardboardCoffinMan and publisher of Protest against Police Corruption.

@ju5tlaw #policecorruption   #ipcc   #protest   #police

www.campaign4justice.com

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