Can “The Power of We” Hail in Truth, Justice and Fairness in the Judiciary?

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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.

Important Habeas Corpus Application in Royal Courts of Justice on October 12th

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Caul Grant is an incessant campaigner and fighter for justice in courts and the streets with his Campaign for Truth and Justice.

He studied the law, whilst imprisoned for 6 1/2 years. Upon release, he was subjected to a 12-year travel ban.

This is one of the points he wants to raise on Friday October 12th in the Royal Courts of Justice (RCJ) on the Strand. He uses Habeas Corpus which means the ‘production of a body’, including prisoners. According to Wikipedia,

 It has historically been an important legal instrument safeguarding individual freedom against arbitrary state action.

Whilst waiting for the time to be announced, he will have his campaigning material ready and invites supporters to join him outside the RCJ, starting at 10.30, as he did for two weeks in April this year.

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Judiciary Guilty of Criminal Acts: 10-Day Campaigning outside Royal Courts of Justice starting April 23rd

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That’s quite an effort to make: ten days of demoing from 9:30 to 4:30 each day!

But the Campaign for Truth and Justice has done it before. Its founder Caul Grant has spent six years in prison under totally false pretenses, after he lost his son to the NHS. Not surprisingly his marriage and job, too…

He writes:

We plan to be there from about 9:30 am to 4:30 pm each day, so far there has been a very positive feedback and we have made links with others who are disgruntled with the system.

We have also begun a leafleting campaign, naming and shaming judges who have directly played a part in perverting the due course and have thus provoked a reaction from the State.

Visible publicity is a must if we should have any real hope of achieving our aims and objectives. I have also discovered the power of Twitter, its been great to reach out to others and have had many RTs.

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Completely unacceptable statistics about child ‘protection’

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It took one shock after the other:

  1. whilst being “on remand”, they are treated as if they were convicted criminals
  2. they are not being ‘produced’ in the right court at the right time
  3. the criminal proceedings are artificially being drawn out
  4. the civil proceedings were hoping to get the children adopted while the parents are in prison…

Statistics show what the Musas are experiencing is far from a one-off exception, even though their case is acknowledge to be the most evil and corrupt one:

My first visit to Berlin Prison – on Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s footsteps

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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)

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Operation Musa Activated: the world needs to know what happens in secret family courts and prisons

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No, you can’t imagine it:

  • Whilst kept in Holloway prison, Melissa has been asked to say good bye to her son over videolink – by a local authority who has made up a big story about her and managed not only to put her into prison but now locked up on a 24-hour basis and drugged against her will…
  • Gloria Musa has had to undergo an ‘adjudication’ where she asked for our help as McKenzie Friends, but that would require ‘prior arrangement’ – which was perfectly impossible to arrange.

The humiliation that Gloria has to endure, instead of living her usual life as a happy family serving God and Christian communities, is horrendous.

However, we have not only launched an Association of McKenzie Friends, we have also joined forces with two charities that have ample experience with making life easier for prisoners: Spurgeons and Women in Prison.

More on our latest press release regarding the Musas and their six kidnapped children. It refers to our letter to Sir Nicholas Wall, the President of the Family Division, in the hope that he’ll sort things out.

Ten videos of our latest meeting in Westminster under the auspices of John Hemming MP are on http://www.youtube.com/user/EDM1297

Norman Scarth on BBC – albeit for the somewhat wrong reasons

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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.

Visiting Prisoners as “Social Life with Meaning” – while Express unearthes this National Scandal

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To me, it is a complete miracle that and how Gloria and Joseph Musa have endured the violence, bullying, harassment and cruelty by Haringey Social Services, their Legal Team, Police and other associated ‘respectable authorities’.

But they remain ‘together’ as a couple and as individuals, even though

  • they were arrested on 28th November 2011 and put into HMP Holloway and HMP Pentonville respectively
  • they were refused bail in two hearings in Haringey Magistrates Court because of the “seriousness of the allegations” which have now been turned into “charges”
  • Gloria has been in chronic pain since her manhandling by Police in June 2010 and September 2011
  • they have not seen their eldest daughter since August 2010 and have had many people tell them that she is dead
  • they have not seen their other children since May 2011, even though numerous judges have ordered contact.

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World Attention Focuses on UK Political Prisoners: Musa Family and Aviation Adventurer Maurice Kirk

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Gagged from publishing anything about the childrenTrust 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

Please support this Man. For you or yours could be next!

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  • This complaint form to HMP Cardiff is one way in which Maurice J Kirk, a veterinary surgeon and pilot, expresses what he has been experiencing since he was arrested on September 21st and imprisoned.

Six weeks later, he still has not been told in writing what he is in prison for and when his release date might be.

Hence he is on hunger strike and gives his latest reasons here. I am on hunger strike because

  1. Court and Prison continue to refuse to disclose written record of WHY I am in prison and with which release date.
  2. Crown Court have denied me my right for a fair bail application because CPS refuse to put in writing what I was sent to prison for, my release date and why Police oppose bail when CPS did not on 23rd September. It was the District Judge who decided I be detained for political reasons only.
  3. I am not getting proper medical treatment promised.
  4. As a prisoner I am continuing to be denied by basic human rights on the prison’s excuse that I am the only prisoner not represented on the wing by a lawyer, i.e. LIP (Litigant in Person) blackmail.

Besides attending Cardiff Magistrates Court on November 10th at 10am and signing this petition suggestions for supporting Maurice are here.

When I met Maurice, I was going to get him into the Guiness Book of Records – mainly for his number of successful court cases, but there were many other priorities. Now I know better than ever:

That’s why family courts operate in secrecy to justify the snatching of children by Social Services…

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