July 19, 2013
Corruption, Rule of Money, YouTube
British Crime Survey, Crime, Grant Thornton, Grant Thornton International, Health, Home-Office, Metropolitan Police Service, victims
A very effective video about a ‘case’ that is representative for many victims of unscrupulous organisations such as Grant Thornton… One just wonders what it’s like working there… And what it feels like when one prefers to be cruel and commit crimes than quitting one’s job to ‘make a living’…
With thanks from Jeff Lampert of Help4Lips [Litigants in Person]
March 10, 2013
Brothel, Campaigning, Chuka Umunna, Crime, Keychain, Lambeth, Local Council, London, Member of Parliament, United Kingdom, victims, white collar crime
This key fob was found by Stanley Embling, one of the MANY victims of white collar crimes, in 2002, outside Kings Cross Station.
- Who has been craving to get it back?
- Which company produced these key fobs?
- How many?
- Who paid for the bill?
- Who sold them?
- To whom?
- From when to when?
- Where exactly?
The Greater London Council (GLC) was dissolved in 1986, Wikipedia tells us…
Lambeth Council has sacked Brian Pead for speaking out on behalf girls being groomed only recently. Does this key fob bear some clues?
Greetings to our famous friends: Who, What, When, Where and Why. More
April 3, 2012
Government, Law Society
Advocacy, Bank of England, Campaigning, Crime, Exposure, Government, Law firm, Law Society, Lawyer, Organizations, Solicitors, The rule of money, United States, victims, white collar crime
Now that’s a bold statement as a title, isn’t it!? Enjoy the article!
We all know about the legal profession covering up what we call ‘white collar crime’. We also know that this covers governmental agencies who are committing such crimes. But, so far,
- against individual victims of all sorts of wrong-doings
- particularly badly when snatching children.
Now, William Finnerty addresses head on what monetary reformers have been analysing for years: the debt-based money system that, in the UK, came into being with the founding of the Bank of England thanks to the Bank of England Act 1694.
I’ve always maintained that the Bank of England (the head of the banking cartel) should pay triple the value of the National Debt to the Treasury (the puppet government).
March 25, 2012
Abuse, Abuse of the Elderly, Advocacy, Campaigning, CBS, Confidence trick, Crime, Exposure, Old age, Prevention, Publicity, victims, white collar crime
Just as every child that gets snatched is a family drama and a shame for society, so is every elderly victim of this society at least an embarrassment, if not a scandal such as Grandma B’s story.
This was a first announcement – as organised white collar crime – what other description would be adequate?
Here’s a summary page about this special group of victims of a society that suffers more and more from the lack of the Enforcement of the Bank of England Act 1694. But who makes the connections necessary?
April 21, 2011
Crime, fraud, Uncategorized, United States, victims
This excellent slogan has been Trademark protected by Fraud Aid, an American non-profit organization.
They write: Fraud victims are not helpless – the’re just made to feel that way… And they’ve produced The Fraud Victim’s Manual with the following titles:
Stop Reliving the Fraud – 12 Steps to Getting Your Life Back on Track
Write a Fraud Report that really works! How to Write an organized fraud report that law enforcement will pay attention to.
March 26, 2011
Crime, Eviction, Fraud, Home possession, Justice, Law, Security, The rule of money, Theft, victims
This article was published on Sunday, March 6, 2011 and is a very ‘soft’ version of the criminalities that our victims have experienced.
Criminals are taking advantages of changes in the law to transfer the ownership of land and property to themselves.
As always, the comments from people with real life experiences say what we know, too: it’s been going on for ages… It didn’t need the internet!…
January 22, 2011
victims, Compensator of last resort, Crime, Government, Campaigning, Nic Dakin, Forum for Stable Currencies
Nic Dakin is the MP for ‘veteran victim’ Stanley Embling.
He has been most supportive for Stanley directly, but also by asking the Government Questions with Written Answer.
Thus we learned that the Economic Crime Agency is meant to cover the needs that victims encounter, in terms of reporting fraud.
While we wait to hear WHEN this agency will start its work, we hope to influence it such that it will have a budget to compensate victims!
Meanwhile he was told that no such plan exists. Uphill with persuading them!
January 3, 2011
Crime, David Cameron, Emergency service, Government, London, News of the World, Public Inquiry, public inquiry, victims, white collar crime
This is a foundation paper to launch a public inquiry into the kinds of criminal behaviour we have been observing – mentioning the kinds of experiences victims have suffered.
This is a scoping paper that outlines the kinds of crimes we have observed.
And this is the petition we launched.
Please get in touch with sabine AT 3-metrics.com, if you think you can support the idea, especially with ‘heavy weight’ people!
December 4, 2010
Government, McKenzie Friends
Austin Mitchell, Bank of England, British people, Campaigning, Compensator of last resort, Forum for Stable Currencies, Fraud, Government, Justice ministry, McKenzie Friends, Member of Parliament, Settlement (litigation), South Wales Police, victims, white collar crime
This blog became necessary to focus on “victims turned starfighters”, after we had produced Room 14 – a Foundation for Change and Enforcement of Bank of England Act 1694.
Since then, I’ve also created Flying Vet challenges South Wales Police, while helping Maurice Kirk as the spearhead of the ‘victim movement’.
Now I tried to put it all together in this 20-page report which I’m making available to MPs and victims alike. Feel free to make use of it for your purposes and let me know if it makes sense to you.
And do use for your own purposes also references to our two petitions targeted at HM The Queen and “HM Partnership“: