Showdown at Hereford Magistrates

A remarkable victory for victims confronting a Judge and barrister in a Magistrates Court. May we all benefit from this precedent of the resurgence of Common Law in action – unfortunately from 2012. But googling for Guy Taylor will lead you to more successes and victories!

Escapee's Blog


“This is a brief overview of the recent showdown at Hereford Magistrates between Guy of the Taylor Family and the bloodsucking parasitic legal system. It has been written by our founder Veronica of the Chapman Family, and includes an audio footage of the court proceedings.


Hereford Magistrates Court – 17th October, 2011

This was a continuation of the previous adjournments – with added flavourings.

Guy had lodged two complaints:

  1. Against Herefordshire Council for taking him all the way to potential bankruptcy – be charging him on land he did not own – and then withdrawing at the very last minute … but leaving behind a trail of shit comprising Solicitor’s costs to be paid, and the claim by Michael Horne/Tim Robinson. Guy was charging the Council with “irregular distress”
  2. Against County Court Judge Nadeem Khan for rubber-stamping everything that led up to the Bankruptcy Petition, even when…

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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
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3 Responses to Showdown at Hereford Magistrates

  1. Anon Amous says:

    From Peter B

    To Sabine

    I have added a comment to the blog link :

    “As someone who purports to know about the law I am surprised you are daft enough to admit you recorded the hearing and to make it available online. Recording without permission is contempt of court and you will go to prison over it . Why give the establishment the excuse to hang you on a plate ? If I were you I would take it down immediately !

    Date: Mon, 20 Oct 2014 19:01:39 +0000 To:

  2. Anonymous says:

    Think that whole system is deliberately confrontational so that legal profession can make money.Like most other British systems it is designed by those and for those working within it and is then inflicted on the ordinary person.

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