January 16, 2014
BBC, Child 'care', Child 'Protection', Child abduction, Daily Mail, House of Lords, Mainstream Media
Ammanford, Court of Protection, Domestic violence, Facebook, Family Division, James Munby, President of the Family Division, South Wales
One of the best successes of online petitioning, methinks: over 100,000 signatures have been reached to submit this text:-
To members of the House of Lords,
The Lobbying Bill would stop charities and campaigning groups from speaking out on some of the most important issues facing the country and the planet, even once recent Government changes to the Bill are taken into account.
It remains an unacceptable threat to democracy and freedom of speech.
We call on you to vote for Lord Harries’ amendments to the Bill. More
January 5, 2014
Child 'care', Internet Media, Mental Capacity, Psychiatry
Calderdale, Cardiff, Child snatching, Christopher Booker, HM Prison Cardiff, HM Prison Holloway, Jimmy Savile, Maurice, Norman Scarth, Operation Ore, South Wales, South Wales Police, United States
Now do you believe us? was an article that caused me to write a blog post not long ago – on the site of a Portuguese family whose five children were taken by Lincoln Council. Remember what’s unique in the UK and whose children are being taken.
The lunatics are taking over the asylum in ‘caring’ Britain in Christopher Booker’s regular column is also ‘beyond belief’. And that is the problem with white collar crimes in general and #childsnatchuk in particular, without even considering #paedobritain: you can only believe the un-believable if you know the people concerned. By way of example:
Let me explain in ‘link language': More
November 13, 2013
Internet Media, McKenzie Friends, Police, Police state, Prison, Rule of Law, Rule of Money
HM Prison Cardiff, Ireland, Maurice, Norman Scarth, Psychiatric hospital, South Wales, South Wales Police, Supreme Court of the United States
South Wales Police (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Norman Scarth (87) is among the oldest ‘victim turned starfighters’ I know. He fled to Ireland to avoid the mental hospital he had already experienced once before. From there he is still communicating with various UK courts and launched recently this petition to help his efforts:
That the British State/Government/Supreme Court each do their bit to put an end to the MIS-use of ‘Mental Hospitals’, a practice described by Nobel Laureate Alekzandr Solzhenitsyn as “Worse Than The Gas Chambers”; the Appeal by Norman Scarth (which is currently before the Supreme Court) being a good opportunity to do so.
Please do consider signing!
Norman shared that mental hospital experience with Maurice J Kirk BVSc who had just been released from Caswell Clinic in South Wales when the two joined us at a meeting in the House of Lords in March 2010. Click here or on the image above to see the videos. More
July 19, 2012
Daily Mail, Police
Child Abusers, Daily Mail, Dyfed Powys Police, Early Day Motion, Internet Media, Member of Parliament, Metropolitan Police Service, National Assembly for Wales, New South Wales Police Force, News of the World, Paedophilia, Police, Protesting, Royal Commission, Scotland Yard, South Wales, Sun, Wales, West Midlands, World news
Yes, it’s the unthinkable:
- being paid to mis-sell financial products
- when complaining, being dismissed
- being punished by being prescribed un-necessary medication for 12 years
- being ignored by official bodies such as the FSA, Financial, Ombudsman, Welsh Assembly, two Prime Ministers, dozens of MPs, West Midlands Fraud Squad, New Scotland Yard, South Wales and Dyfed Powys Police and media such as News of the World, Express, The Sun
- being labelled ‘vexatious’ – because this is the most convenient way to silence whistleblowers: the word ‘vexatious’ alerts the authorities to dismiss out of hand any of your correspondence.
Here is Peter Bellett’s story: a whistleblower victimised by criminals…
As a “consolation”, the Daily Mail reported:
I was turned into a pariah for complaining about a yob.
Her details were circulated to an extraordinary range of public and private bodies, including doctors, dentists, opticians, libraries, contraceptive clinics, schools and nurseries. Their staff were advised not to see her alone.
‘What is terrifying is that there is almost no proof required and no hearing to determine the truth of the allegation. It could happen to anybody who gets into even the most minor disagreement with their council.’
The Daily Mail also reported Revealed: The paedophile map of Britain where a child sex attack takes place every 20 MINUTES
November 5, 2011
Cardiff, Human Right, Jeremy Bentham, Maurice, McKenzie Friend, Norman Scarth, South Wales, South Wales Police, Uncategorized
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
August 30, 2011
Campaigning, Contempt of court, Court Hearings, Heather Brooke, judge, Law, Leeds, Leeds Prison, Legal case, Petitions, Pontypridd, Prison, Publicity, Royal Courts of Justice, South Wales, World War II
Last year it was journalist and author Heather Brooke who voiced her concerns about the difficulties of reporting on court cases without being allowed to record them.
This year we have Norman Scarth in jail since 26 July 2011 for having recorded!
Hence this invitation to sign Abolish the ban on court proceedings – as an add-on and spin-off to Free WWII Veteran Norman Scarth from Leeds Prison.
The first comments are very “promising”:
I was banned by a corrupt judge in Pontypridd, South Wales for taking notes in the public gallery during the fraudulent frame up of Patrick Cullinane by the South and Mid Wales Safety Camera Partnership.
The judge insisted that I handed over my notebook I refused. He accepted that the notebook and pen be kept arms length away from me.
Therefore, anything that means openness and transparency in Society – particularly closed sinister corruption within the HM Partnership; gets my support.
I had to pay for transcripts and had to wait weeks while the transcribers sent them to the court and the judge rewrote them to his satisfaction… all to cover up for an earlier judge who was covering up gross solicitor misconduct. There can be no justice through appeal if judges are allowed to alter the truth. Recording would close this – which is why judges don’t want recordings.
June 14, 2011
Advocacy, Campaigning, Crown Prosecution Service, European Convention of Human Rights, European Court of Human Rights, France, Her Majesty's Courts Service, Hip replacement, Judges, judicial remedy, Justice, Law Enforcement, Medical record, Miscarriage of justice, National Health Service, NHS, Police harassment, Public Interest, Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, Rule of law, South Wales, South Wales Police, Stephen Glover, Taking the Law in our Own Hands, The Rule of Law, The rule of money
Maurice Kirk’s saga is enshrined in a room full of files. No comparison to Mr Ebert’s suitcase of documents!…
Recently Maurice followed Mr Ebert’s model of WANTED posters to pinpoint those judges whose judgments have affected his life most detrimentally.
In the light of what judges do in family courts, Stephen Glover wrote Judges are unelected, out of touch and shockingly arrogant.
Recently, Maurice and I completed this text as a summary of his odyssey and he said “this is still worth breathing for” – at 66, recovering from a hip replacement carried out in France, for the NHS refused to release the medical records without which his surgical team wouldn’t operate… More