A VICTORY for Common Sense and the Rule of Law: child snatching and other news

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Family Court

Family Court (Photo credit: lewisha1990)

The latest article in The Telegraph about the family courts is not by but about Christopher Booker! It illustrates how commitment and perseverance to one’s issue may actually get you somewhere, some time… Open up family court hearings, says senior judge – A senior judge has made an important ruling in favour of transparency in the family courts: to allow Christopher Booker to be as rude as he likes to be, because of freedom of speech, and to provide access to court papers, i.e. to remove a gag or injunction. Mr Booker said and wrote “the decision to lift the injunction was a victory for common sense and the rule of law.”

Mr Justice Mostyn is the current President of the Family Courts and he has set a crucial precedence with a ruling about the right to breastfeeding that refers to a milestone case before the European Court in Strasbourg: taking a baby at birth is a “Draconian and extremely harsh measure”.

But the battle to lift the veils of secrecy that shroud the “secret courts” we already have is very far from over, and behind those veils far too many cruel abuses of justice will continue to flourish unreported.

Lord Justice Munby has now called for “greater transparency, and radical and comprehensive reform of the family court system.” More

Government Child ‘Protection’ Exposed in AUS, UK, US & CAN – to revisit Operation Ore?

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Child ‘protection’ or ‘snatching‘ is not a single issue campaign, nor is it a national phenomenon. But most ‘activism’ is based on the suffering of personal experience.

Nick Clegg said in Parliament that victims of abuse should speak out and that perpetrators would be brought to justice. Will he listen to parents who lost their children to Social Services as procurers for paedophiles, too?

Meanwhile, readers are invited to remember Operation Ore, the UK’s biggest ever police investigation which remains surrounded by controversies rather than justice for perpetrators and compensation for victims.

Some relevant links from the Mainstream Media:

  1. April 1998: The sheer scale of child sexual abuse in Britain – The Guardian
  2. April 2007: Operation Ore flawed by Fraud - The Guardian
  3. May 2007: Credit card fraud fears cloud Operation Ore – The Register
  4. June 2009: Has Operation Ore left a scar on British justice? – The Telegraph More

Can “The Power of We” stop Institutionalised Child Abuse? @BlogActionDay12 #powerofwe

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This cartoon was sent by Richard Moore who publishes cyberjournal.org.

In 5,500 words David Icke tells the story: Jimmy Savile – Doorman to the Cesspit.

The Yorkshire Post refers to 340 inquiries in Savile banned from children’s homes for abuse.

The Savile affair and the media – the watchdog which didn’t bark is an article on Inforrm – The International Forum for Responsible Media Blog.

Here’s “Men of Steel” – a conversation between Tony Farrell and David Pidcock about South Yorkshire Police and its shortcomings.

Tonight, I shall share my story of discovering child ‘protection’ as child snatching in this webinar. More

Please Recommend Comment on: Freedom of Information Act may Allow Access to Cabinet’s Text Messages

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Tony Blair and George W. Bush shake hands after their press conference in the East Room of the White House on 12 November 2004. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

David Cameron’s and Nick Clegg’s texts could be disclosed under FOI – an article in The Telegraph to which victum turned starfighter and McKenzie Friend Patrick Cullinane has responded very explicitly and extensively.

He writes “If I get the TOP vote, The Telegraph will do an article on the contents of my comment.  Now help YOURSELF by RECOMMENDING my comment, and get your family and friends to do likewise. Yours with gratitude, Patrick Cullinane.”

Here’s his comment:

The TRAITORS are all in this TOGETHER: -

Video – Channel 4 UK – Broadcast November 16, 2009
Dispatches: Inside Britain’s Israel Lobby
http://www.disclose.tv/action/…

The Wonderful World of Tony Blair – video
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Exposed: Massive Israeli manipulation of US media
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“The fair criticism of judges and judicial decisions is not only quite clearly a right, there are also occasions when there may be a duty to do it”

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The quotes below stem from the barrister who defended Peter Hain MP in Ireland in April 2012:

  1. Criticism of judges or of judicial decisions does not in itself constitute contempt of court.
  2. The fair criticism of judges and judicial decisions is not only quite clearly a right, there are also occasions when there may be a duty to do it.
  3. “Citizens are entitled to have confidence in the administration of justice, they should not be improperly deprived of this entitlement or have it endangered.”

I am putting them here now, because I need to assert my motivation for taking a stand against child abuse by producing ‘web publicity’. It is clearly insufficient and needs mainstream media as well, as long as More

Abused girls paid price for ‘child care’ – horrific statistics in The Telegraph

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As part of his article / column in the Sunday Telegraph

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/9261122/Keeping-the-country-short-of-water-is-now-government-and-EU-policy.html

Christopher Booker writes:

Abused girls paid price for ‘child care’

Much of the response to the case of the teenage girls in Rochdale who were sexually abused by Pakistani and Afghan men has focused on whether this horrifying episode should be discussed in terms of the racial origins of the perpetrators. Rather less attention has been paid to the revelation that many of the 47 girls involved in the case were in council care, under our “child protection” system. Ofsted, reponsible for monitoring child care, is reported to be investigating claims that a great many more girls in care in the area have been abused, not a few of them in “sole” care in private homes run by companies that charge councils up to £250,000 a year for each child, 10 times the annual fee for Eton.

 

Ofsted admits that 631 children in care have been the victims of actual or suspected sexual abuse in the past five years, 187 in the past 10 months alone. This latest case appears to confirm that many of the 10,000 now being taken into care each year by English social workers are at more risk of serious harm than they ever were from the families from which they were removed. Inevitably, this prompts the question – who is in a position to protect these children from the social workers? Of all the scandals clustering round our dysfunctional “child protection” system, this may be the most obviously shocking – but there are plenty more. So far off the rails has this entire system gone that it is hard to imagine how it can ever be corrected. The only people with the power to call it to account are the politicians. But with the shining exception of John Hemming MP, they seem as oblivious to what is really going on as they are to so much else.

Children are taken away – but the system can’t admit it’s wrong

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This article was published by The Telegraph EIGHT years ago!

But the circus continues with different clowns and, according to experts, got WORSE… Here are the highlighted quotes:

I feel like a surrogate, who has given birth to a baby for a childless couple.

Our image is of trendies in sandals who snatch babies.

Some social workers show surprising hostility. The are like warriors going into battle.

Here’s the criticism from then, still valid today:

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