August 6, 2013
Court of Protection, Family Courts, Mental Capacity, Rule of Money
British Airways, Court of Protection, Family Court, Family Division, High Court judge, High Court of Justice, Len, Len Lawrence
Len Lawrence is a retired British Aerospace pilot who suffers from the poisoning of inhaling the fumes of aeroplanes. Their organophosphates were also responsible for killing thousands of farmers who were forced to dip their sheep – such as George Wescott who has miraculously survived so far.
Unfortunately, victimisation does NOT encourage official institutions to HELP and SUPPORT, let alone COMPENSATE, as suggested by our Government as Compensator of Last Resort.
No. The ‘culture’ of the ‘people processing industry‘ is one of
In the Judiciary, this means:-
- ‘professionals’ such as judges and Court staff get paid by the public purse;
- they commit ‘white collar crimes’ [British understatement for stories you can't make up];
- Royal Charters are the ticket to immunity from prosecution;
- ‘amateurs’ become victims of such crimes and seek ‘justice’ with ‘legal professionals';
- these tend to be ‘solicitors from hell‘ or ‘bent judges‘ in a hierarchy of courts that is difficult to understand;
- however, after years of observation, Family Courts and the Court of Protection seem to be the epitome of institutionalised hypocrisy aka perfidious Albion. More
August 22, 2011
Campaigning, Contempt of court, County Court, Crown Court, Exposure, Fraudulent imprisonment, Fundamental Rights Charter, Habeas Corpus, Hearing, High Court of Justice, judge, Judges, judicial remedy, Justice, Leeds, Miscarriage of justice, Norman, Open letter, Protesting, Public Interest, Royal Courts of Justice, The Rule of Law, 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.
May 14, 2011
Advocacy, Campaigning, Christopher Booker, High Court of Justice, Injunction, Publicity, Telegraph
A judge attacks my ‘one-sided’ child protection stories – but it cuts both ways
This is the title of Christopher Booker’s latest article in The Telegraph. In his usual measured and pleasant style he describes how one judge felt he had to criticise Christopher Booker’s reporting in a judgment.
Maybe this is another sign of ‘cages being rattled’ so that, eventually, with the aid of all non-mainstream media, the Court of Public Opinion will win!?…
May 5, 2011
Advocacy, Appeal, Campaigning, High Court judge, High Court of Justice, Judges, judicial remedy, Lord Justice Ward, Miscarriage of justice, Publicity, Rule of law, Solicitors
One of us 15 supporters today in Court 74 of the High Court of Justice was in tears! After one hour that Caul Grant had at long last the opportunity to be heard, all of the supporters stood up and applauded, which was also a first!
Lord Justice Ward actually listened to Caul’s “litany of professed injustice”. With sympathy and empathy. He wants to achieve “closure” for Caul so that he can get on with his life again.
And even the CPS was “moved”. But the bench of three judges want to think before they write their judgment.