#JusticeNOW is hashtag for the week as Michael Doherty in Luton Court with #privateprosecutions against police

This Daily Mail article is an account of what ended up in the Luton Court this week:

  • Two Met Police officers ‘smashed their way into aircraft engineer’s home with a battering ram and kidnapped him’
  • Sgt Gareth Blackburn and Det Stephen MacDonald ‘trespassed into man’s home’ in September 2008
  • Michael Doherty claims pair unlawfully smashed their way into his house and forcibly removed him in front of his wife and daughter.

This week is about the woman who answered the phone when Michael inquired about his case…

On his website Justice NOW, he publishes:

I have rarely come across a case where so many public bodies tasked with the delivery of justice have failed an individual in this way.


About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is www.smartknowledge.space
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4 Responses to #JusticeNOW is hashtag for the week as Michael Doherty in Luton Court with #privateprosecutions against police

  1. DwayneDwoo says:

    Serious reporting restrictions are in place while the estimated 5 day trial takes place. MD has shut his profiles down until after the trial to avoid prejudicing the case. MD is making history and setting a precedent………….MD is also standing against Bojo in Uxbridge…win or lose it will raise his profile even further.

  2. Will this ever be allowed to succeed. We can but hope it will set a precedent. Please sign the below. /Users/stephenhayes/Desktop/Teresa May how many more incidents befor.xwd

  3. peter oakes says:

    Good luck to Michael. I had two summons issued and the hearing got to the crown court !
    where-upon a Judge Onions dismissed the cases saying the “indictment” was flawed ?

    Apparently if you murder someone you will get-off on a technicality if your indictment say,s
    you “killed a person” obviously that is murder but the result is the same The law does not
    look and say “did they break the law ,was an offence committed “? not interested ! the
    indictment and procedure is the device they use amongst other methods to stifle a prosecution
    that does not favour the System cum Establishment.!

  4. Anonymous says:

    Any updates?

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