July 21, 2013
Child 'Protection', Early Day Motion, Internet Media, John Hemming MP, Parliament, United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Christopher Booker, Downing Street, Early Day Motion, European Parliament, Friday, House of Commons of the United Kingdom, Next Friday, Nigeria
A Latvian and Dutch parent whose children were stolen by the UK
It’s either sex or money or both that are the reasons and explanations for what we’ve been observing in the ‘care’ system:
John Hemming MP’s meeting in the House of Commons with representatives from 30 Embassies resulted in More
December 14, 2011
BBC, Daily Express, Mainstream Media
BBC, Belgium, Child, Child protection, Christopher Booker, Daily Express, Daily Telegraph, England, Mainstream Media, Musa, Nigeria
What a relief to see the mainstream media cottoning on to what, so far, only Christopher Booker reported in The Telegraph:
In his witness statements
, John Hemming MP did refer to the fact that the Nigerian Parliament got involved in the Musa case
, but they have not been able to prevent the Musas from being imprisone on 28th November.
With a view to demonstrating their innocence, here is a family album
of phtotos that also includes references to
November 26, 2011
Mainstream Media, Publicity
Activism, Campaigning, Cardiff, Child abuse, Christopher Booker, Exposure, Law, Magistrates Court, Mainstream Media, Maurice Kirk, Musa Family, News, Nigeria, Political prisoner, Politics, Prison, Publicity, Rule of law, The Salem News, Tribulations, Wales
Trust the web to make magic happen – in this case thanks to Salem-News:
1. World Attention Focuses on UK Political Prisoners: Musa Family and Aviation Adventurer Maurice Kirk
Activists demand freedom for Musa children and one of their outspoken advocates.
2. Beyond the Rule of Law: Being a Political Prisoner in HMP Cardiff
The Trials and Tribulations by a Chronic Litigant in Person Aged 66
October 24, 2011
Government, Human Rights Convention, Publicity
Advocacy, Africa, Campaigning, Exposure, Fraudulent imprisonment, Fundamental Rights Charter, Government, Haringey Council, Haringey London Borough Council, High Commission of Nigeria, High Commissioner, Human Rights Convention, Local Council, London Borough of Haringey, News, Nigeria, Publicity
The Standard Newspater [Nigeria] reports for the third time on the Musas whose six children were stolen by Haringey Council.
Who will bring the children to the High Commission of Nigeria, if not their parents???
More on Bishop Gloria Musa and Husband want to go back Home – WITH their Children => Public Support => African Publicity