January 25, 2013
Corruption, Fraud, Fundamental Rights Charter, Human Rights Convention, Justice, Litigants in Person, McKenzie Friends, The Rule of Law, United Kingdom, Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Advocacy Organizations, Britain, Crime, European Convention, Government, Human Right, Human Rights and Liberties, Law, Police, Rule of law, Second Amendment to the United States Constitution, Sheriff, United States, Universal Declaration, Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Victims Unite has brought a few starfighters together who have studied the law, helped as McKenzie Friends and challenged antiquated rules such as the ban on recording court proceedings.
Here is the online petition Abolish the Ban on Recording Court Proceedings and here is a first collection of comments by signers.
Here are a few conclusions by victims who stand up for themselves:
UK Police Personnel should have Criminal Records Bureau Checks - an online petition that publishes a list of charged or convicted Prison, Police and Court Personnel (ca 1274)
The Law is only as good as the integrity of those entrusted to administrate it. – Maurice Kirk
A law breaker cannot also be a law enforcer. – Caul Grant
‘The Law’ in Britain (The Police & the Courts), deliberately deny me the protection of the law, & deliberately block me from seeking a remedy in the courts for crimes & other wrongs committed against me. That being so, & it IS fact, then that same ‘Law’ CANNOT be used to punish me. Indeed, both Police & Courts have themselves committed serious crimes against me, & do so with impunity.
Or in short:
- LAW ONE is to Protect the Powerful.
- LAW TWO is to Oppress those who are Not.
- LAW THREE is to destroy anyone who dares to protest. – Norman Scarth
December 26, 2011
German battleship Scharnhorst, Habeas Corpus, Hearing (law), Human Right, Human Rights and Liberties, Leeds, Norman, Prison, RT (TV network), Wall Street, World War II
The sinking of the Scharnhorst was certainly the most memorable experience in Norman’s life. Like all soldiers of all nations, he was lured into believing that it’s worth fighting “the enemy”. He and I know better who benefits from wars now: Wall Street and other financiers, besides arms manufacturers and maybe politicians who never risk their lives themselves.
Then 18, now 85, he woke up to other ways of thinking, when he turned 70 and became a human rights activist, simply to defend atrocities committed against himself. But he soon realised that he was not alone.
When he was imprisoned at 85, for supposedly recording a court hearing – with a device that wasn’t even capable of doing so – it was Russia Today that broke the news, while over 2,700 supporters signed a petition for him.
How long will the Rule of Money govern over the Rule of Law???
More about Norman on this page.
November 5, 2011
Cardiff, Human Right, Jeremy Bentham, Maurice, McKenzie Friend, Norman Scarth, South Wales, South Wales Police
Thanks to Norman Scarth‘s astute mind and live experience with prisons, we learned about three cases where prisoners succeeded in getting access to the “facilities” required to prepare their defence: computers, law books, etc.
But Maurice is being hit with one refusal after another. Hence I wrote this letter:
Mr Richard Booty
Dear Governor Booty
Re Mr Maurice J Kirk BVSc A7306 AT
This is to alert you to case law that allows prisoners access to computers, law books and the facilities needed to prepare their defence in court proceedings. I enclose just one hard copy. References to three cases are on the article Who Governs HMP Governors? Who Ensures Human Rights for Prisoners?
Jeremy Bentham knew already in the 19th century that Publicity is the very soul of justice. In the absence of fairness and justice, I’d like to make you aware of the public support for Mr Kirk’s quests for fairness and justice:
I understand you have received other evidence for public support, for it is hardly acceptable that medical attention is not provided adaequately nor access to communication and the facilities needed for court cases.
I trust that I can appeal to your conscience, for that’s all that remains with us every night and at the end of our lives.
Sabine K McNeill
Web publisher and McKenzie Friend
October 26, 2011
Campaigning, Police harassment
Bradford, Family Court, Haringey Council, Haringey London Borough Council, Human Right, Leeds, London, Norman, Police officer, Royal Courts of Justice, South Wales Police, World War II
After midnight I got this call from poor Norman, terrorised over what had happened to him after 14 hours of torment and torture – never knowing what might happen:
- at 10am in the morning, a young lady asks him to help her and her granny next door who was just moving in
- he dresses casually to be helpful -
- only to be welcomed by FIVE police officers telling him that he is arrested.
The empty flat must have been offered by the management company “InCommunities Ltd” to the police!
Taken 14 miles away to Leeds, he spent a whole day in a cell on a hard bench when, really, his spinal condition requires change of position and a special bed.
Eventually, a solicitor came, but he was only released close to midnight. Two ridiculous charges and he is supposed to appear before the court on November 17th.
Released on bail, under all sorts of conditions, and he could return – on his own – to be home after midnight.
Meanwhile, his computer was seized with his appeal papers and his mobile. Thus he has no phone numbers!
PLEASE ring him on 0127 454 1213!
It’s called a ‘honeytrap’, he thinks…
And his niece Tracy was arrested and released, too! Of course, computers and phones are the ‘externalised brains’. So “they” take them and have your contacts!
Haringey Council asked for names of witnesses, only to criminalise them and punish them without crime!
Norman writes about the Haringey crime:
If only one tenth of the story is true there is something seriously wrong with the behaviour of those with power. Never was the saying “All power corrupts; absolute power corrupts absolutely” more conclusively proved.
If such cases are ever to be resolved it is vital that the pretence that the secrecy is to ‘protect the children’ must be shown for the sham which it is, & that Family Courts be at least as open as other hearings – which isn’t saying much in Britain.
Who rates worst:
October 22, 2011
Campaigning, Fundamental Rights Charter, Human Rights Convention
Cardiff, Forensic psychiatry, Habeas Corpus, HMP Cardiff, Human Right, Leeds, Magistrates' Court (England and Wales), Maurice, Norman, Nuremberg, Nuremberg Trials, Prison, Psychiatric hospital, South Glamorgan, Tegwyn Williams, World War II
Maurice Kirk & Norman Scarth outside the Royal Courts of Justice in the Strand in London
Norman Scarth knows what hell holes prisons are. He has only recently been put there on highly questionable grounds, resulting in a lot of support and public outcries.
He now faxed this admirable page to the Governor of HMP Cardiff, reminding him of his powers and duties – partly formulated in the Nuremberg Trials!
In 2009, Norman had helped Maurice get out of the psychiatric clinic. Will Norman’s magic wand of eloquence help Maurice as he is expected to face the forensic psychiatrist responsible in Cardiff Magistrates Court on Nov. 10th?
Whilst in prison, Maurice wrote this Chronology of Collusion – Or Shall we Dare Call it Conspiracy?
See Dr. Tegwyn Williams, Director of Caswell Clinic on Maurice’s website.
These WANTED posters are now the object of contention of ‘harassing Dr Williams’, even though Maurice had checked with police officers about their lawfulness.
Another example for criminals criminalising victims. I begin to think that there is no chance for justice in the UK…