May 14, 2011
Justice, Public Interest, Spending Cuts, The Rule of Law
Justice ministry, Law, Legal aid, Public interest, Rule of law, The Guardian
Now I know what “Public Interest” stands for: no personal benefits from the result of a litigation!
Just for the sake of justice, peace, absence of trauma, violence and cruelty.
I learned it from this Guardian article of 12 May 2011: Torture legal aid case is a triumph of the rule of law.
Unfortunately, my account has been disabled from commenting, without being told why!…
December 4, 2010
Campaigning, Compensator of last resort, Fraud, Government, McKenzie Friends
Austin Mitchell, Bank of England, British people, Forum for Stable Currencies, Justice ministry, Member of Parliament, Settlement (litigation), South Wales Police, victims, white collar crime
This blog became necessary to focus on “victims turned starfighters”, after we had produced Room 14 – a Foundation for Change and Enforcement of Bank of England Act 1694.
Since then, I’ve also created Flying Vet challenges South Wales Police, while helping Maurice Kirk as the spearhead of the ‘victim movement’.
Now I tried to put it all together in this 20-page report which I’m making available to MPs and victims alike. Feel free to make use of it for your purposes and let me know if it makes sense to you.
And do use for your own purposes also references to our two petitions targeted at HM The Queen and “HM Partnership“: