BBC IV: PR for English Law by Prison Chaplain and Scottish Barrister Harry Potter (!)

The Strange Case Of The Law will begin on Wednesday 20 June on BBC Four at 9.00pm – 10.00pm.

I wonder whether this chaplain turned barrister believes as much in the Rule of Law as all victims do.

Except that they have experienced mainly that the Rule of Law was replaced by the Rule of Money and the Abuse of Power… After his latest court appearance, Colin Peters said

“This is not justice. This is only a money making racket.”

He expected to be arrested for ‘contempt of court’. But the staff seemed to agree by leaving him alone…


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6 Responses to BBC IV: PR for English Law by Prison Chaplain and Scottish Barrister Harry Potter (!)

  1. JM says:

    Harry Potter???!!!!? never watched those movies…..but are all these jokers now naming themselves after fictional characters now? how do they expect to be taken seriously?????

  2. Colin Peters says:

    I thank you for mentioning my latest corrupt court experience Sabine. You are a little diamond.
    However, I do not believe that the court staff, magistrates, clerk to the court, etc, agreed with the assertion which I made whilst still in the witness box.
    Rather than this, after the dirty way that they had treat me and refused to look at, and add to the record, official documents that were favourable to myself, they were taken aback by my outburst and did not know how to react.
    They had railroaded me through the court, and they knew it!

    The barrister, Andrew Potter’s own words tell me all that I need to know about him.

    “The story of English law is one about which we can all be proud. It is an important aspect of our national history, a boon we have given the world–.”


    His religious background might impress some people, but it means nothing to me, since the barrister, now judge, who knowingly aided and abetted his clients deceptions iagainst me in a court of law, was, and still is, the chancellor to the diocese of the anglican church in Bradford.

    The love of money is the root of all evil and it is no more evident than in our legal and judicial system.

    • Well, they didn’t put you away or challenge you, did they, Colin!

      It seems to me that nobody nowadays seems to be worthy of the tradition they’ve inherited in the legal profession. “Civil abuse of royal privileges” I called it in a letter to Buckingham Palace once…


      With thanks for the compliments,

  3. peter oakes says:

    Seems to me you have met the “Sinister Minister” a bit like child
    molesting catholic priest, “trust me I am a man of god” just like
    Shipman “trust me I am a doctor” You can trust me I am a solicitor
    and a judge!!!!

  4. Tad Davison says:

    Hopefully, it will get better.


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