October 15, 2012
Law Enforcement, Police, Prison
#BAD12, #blogactionday, #POWEROFWE, Law Enforcement, Police, Prison, Travel ban
This video was taken after Caul Grant tried, once again, to be heard in his cry for justice, after having lost his little boy due to NHS negligence.
Here he came out after a hearing where he questioned the 12-year travel ban that was imposed on him, after he deliberately committed a crime – only so that his grievances over the death of his boy could be heard…
His Campaign for Truth and Justice has since exposed many other crimes and tragedies of victims of financial and legal oppression.
March 29, 2012
Law Enforcement, Prison
Adolf Hitler, Amnesty International, Cost of Discipleship, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Gestapo, God, Jesus, Law Enforcement, Organised baby snatching, Prison
Thanks to a former class mate who is one of the priests in Tegel Prison, where a church is at the heart of the complex that was started in 1896.
I had a great time talking to inmates, comparing notes: regarding prisons, courts, lawyers and, especially everything surrounding child snatching.
The most important difference is clearly that prisoners on remand live in completely separate houses, if not prisons, from convicted inmates. After all: they are assumed NOT to be guilty until proven otherwise. I do wish Maurice and the Musas were treated in that way, especially as they are all Christians!
I was especially moved when I realised that I walked on the footsteps of Dietrich Bonhoeffer whose quote below comes from this link:
“The ultimate question for a responsible man to ask is not how he is to extricate himself heroically from the affair, but how the coming generation shall continue to live.”
— Dietrich Bonhoeffer, After Ten Years (December 1942)
December 26, 2011
Campaigning, German battleship Scharnhorst, Habeas Corpus, Hearing (law), Human Right, Human Rights and Liberties, Leeds, Norman, Prison, Publicity, 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 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