MIND THE GAP between policies and reality: court secrecy, unlawful imprisonments and the national inquiry into organised child sexual abuse

English: Conservative Shadow Home Secretary, C...

English: Conservative Shadow Home Secretary, Chris Grayling (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Dear Lord Chancellor

OPEN LETTER

Given your laudable policies, this is to draw your attention to issues that I find rather disconcerting as a non-involved observer and independent web publisher:

  1. The ‘ghosting’ of Brian Pead across at least 7 prisons in 8 weeks as a way of ensuring that he can’t communicate with supporters or legal representation:
    • Since his current imprisonment is the third unlawful occasion following his alerting Lambeth Council of a teacher grooming children, I set up nationalinquiry.wordpress.com trusting that his case will be investigated properly.
    • He is the victim of Bexleyheath, Essex and Norfolk
    • Having just received the details of how his book From Hillsborough to Lambeth was banned, one can only be shocked by the behaviour of the solicitors (Pinson Masons) and judges (Tugendhat) involved.
    • His book contains the link to public domain articles about the Police controlling the industry of adult and child pornography.
  2. The extreme and exceptional case of Maurice J Kirk BVSc being bullied and harassed by South Wales Police:
    • His 20 year long civil damages claim is constantly being blocked and hijacked and the list of cui bono seems to get longer rather than shorter.
    • His extremely unlawful treatment in HMP Cardiff and HMP Swansea as the oldest prisoner there is so disgusting that one has to wonder why someone the nation should be proud of (because of his flight to Australia in his historic aeroplane) can be put on MAPPA level 3 as if he was one of the most dangerous terrorists!
    • If soo many people are afraid of losing their job and pension, why don’t you save face and offer compensation to victims of white collar crimes rather than try to keep a lid on what the Daily Mail calls Democracy? No, Britain is now a judicial dictatorship and it’s time for a revolution.
  3. In short, it seems that the abuse of power andposition in the judiciary has become too much:

The petition to establish a National Inquiry into Organised Child Sexual Abuse has over 100,000 signatures and other petitions are asking for a Royal Commission.

The Portuguese Prime Minister has been informed about Lincolnshire Council not keeping its promise to hand over the five Pedro children to Portuguese authorities.

  • Will you ensure that damages get limited or do you want more and more exposure by foreign media?

Trusting that you will do your utmost to ensure ‘justice’,

Yours gratefully in advance,

Sabine K McNeill

Co-Founder, Association of McKenzie Friends, > 30,000 visits since Feb 2012
Public Interest Advocacy while assisting Litigants in Person

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19 Responses to MIND THE GAP between policies and reality: court secrecy, unlawful imprisonments and the national inquiry into organised child sexual abuse

  1. —– Original Message —–
    From: david@mortimers-removals.co.uk
    To: graylingc@parliament.uk
    Sent: Friday, February 01, 2013 12:41 AM
    Subject: The changes would “put back confidence” in the family justice system?

    Rt. Hon Chris Grayling
    Westminster
    House of Commons
    London
    SW1A 0AA
    020 7219 8194
    graylingc@parliament.uk

    Dear Chris Grayling,

    Re: Justice Secretary Ken Clarke told the Today programme that the changes would “put back confidence” in the system, but accepted that the law would have to be drafted very carefully.

    http://www.parliament.uk/biographies/commons/kenneth-clarke/25686

    Please will you kindly tell me if you still think’ the governments current proposals “will put back confidence in the system & why given that Harriet Harman stated in the national press on the 4th of June in 2006 that:

    “I have concluded that it is now impossible to defend a system from accusations of bias and discrimination if it operates behind closed doors. Even as Minister for Family Justice, I find the rules make it hard for me to establish what is going on.

    It is my job to reassure Parliament that the family court system is working properly. But how can I know? I can’t read newspaper reports of cases; I can’t just go and sit at the back of the court, as I can – and do – in magistrates’ courts. And how can MPs hold me to account for a system they cannot see? Parliamentary accountability for the family courts is wholly theoretical while the system remains closed. How can the influential Constitutional Affairs Select Committee conduct investigations into its workings?

    And when we debate family law in Parliament, neither MP’s nor Ministers can really know what we are talking about. We have to legislate in the dark”.

    There are many problems with how the family justice system works & yet none these ‘fundamental floors’ have been addressed by the governments current proposals.

    I believe we need a Royal Commission into the ‘workings of the children’s act’ since it was first introduced in 1989 & would like to know if you will publicly state that you think it would be a good idea?

    Yours Sincerely

    David Mortimer

    http://www.ukfamilylawreform.co.uk/comments8thmay2013.htm

  2. T Birks says:

    you noticed the gap? well done most people don’t, government is a waste of our time and taxes.

  3. kath says:

    I agree with above that there is a gap government don’t care its not there kids who are being taken from them

  4. andrewjones says:

    until the family law court is open to public scrutiny, then decisions as serious as adoptions being forced on unwilling parents, based on supposed hearsay from four year olds will still take place, the whole system in the united kingdom, and probably in other countries is open to evidence like i have mentioned being introduced and accepted without any proof; to the extent that a judgement as severe as forced adoption for young children is the norm, the proposed amendment to the bill that is going through, will not change this, because , although it is acceptable for someone to say that a child has said something, with no proof of this;and is sufficient to label parents as harmful, the same child at four years old, is not permitted to speak to the judge in person, to substantiate what he is supposed to have said, if he is over ten years old, then he is deemed as old enough to speak to a judge, my point is, all the children that are under ten years old, that are capable of speaking do not have the same luxury of being able to speak to the judge, even though they would like to; that is why so many children are able to be removed from their parents, more often than not, against the children,s wishes

  5. Reblogged this on Musings of a Penpusher and commented:
    This is a post that should be reblogged around the globe again and again until justice has been done, and seen to be done.

  6. Everyday more revelations; more maggots crawling out of rotten woodwork – and still the bureaucrats would have us believe we live in a democracy. While so much injustice prevails, none of us can relax our guard, but the voices crying for justice are too weak when pitted against the giants of the media; too many of these appear to be in the pockets or under the thumbs of the bureaucrats.

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  13. Sofia Patino says:

    There are calls for senior managers to be held accountable after a report found “blatant” failings left more than 1,400 children subjected to sickening sexual exploitation in Rotherham over 16 years. The report said girls as young as 11 were raped by large numbers of men, abducted, trafficked to other cities, beaten and intimidated during the period. The report’s author, Professor Alexis Jay, said the abuse uncovered in Rotherham between 1997 and 2013 had repercussions for the rest of the country.

    http://news.uk.msn.com/uk/rotherham-abuse-what-happens-now293887

    Kind Regards.

    Sofia

    Date: Thu, 14 Aug 2014 17:44:46 +0000 To: spfhome7@live.co.uk

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