The M-Family whose six children have been stolen, has been threatened with prison unless they withdraw their videos and other references.
And here he speaks of the vested interestes of the legal system:
One of the problems with how things have developed, and with all the secrecy rules, is that they seem to act to protect not vulnerable people but those who make money out of the system.
Anna Raccoon writes:
It is up to the Blogosphere to make sure that Hemming’s voice is not a lone forgotten whisper in a dark corner.
Alex Massie writes:
It is extraordinary, disgraceful and shaming. I can understand why social services want to bully and silence people; what seems inexplicable is the willingness of judges to endorse this approach and preserve the right of the faceless state to intimidate the citizenry and, still worse, make it a criminal offence to even complain about your treatment by the courts.
That is the core issue of secret prisoners.
- The family whose 5 children have been stolen is threatened with prison unless all references are removed from the web! (vickyhaigh.wordpress.com)