Malfeasance in a Public Office @PublicInterest @ProPublica

Flying Vet challenges South Wales Police

His Honour Judge Seys Llewellyn QC, on 21st January 2016, in my protracted actions against the South Wales Police, has granted me a few more weeks to produce  evidence of:

‘An over arching course of conduct of police misfeasance in a public office ever since 1992’

All is to frustrate my right for court redress by the seriously associated conspiracy in their  ‘machine -gun’ police/MAPPA jury trial stopped, by His Honour, for these past five years.

Example One:

CCRC                                                                                               27th January 2016

Dear Sir/ Madam,

South Wales Police Confiscation of Court Records

Please confirm your receipt of my letter to you dated 6th January 2016.

  1. It referred to now proven altered HMCTS 1st Dec 2011 Cardiff magistrate court records between my summary conviction and 1st March 2012 Appeal.
  1. The conviction was for harassment of Dr Tegwyn Williams, the now sacked NHS (Wales) South Wales Police forensic psychiatrist…

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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 Malfeasance in a Public Office @PublicInterest @ProPublica

  1. T Birks says:

    Don’t let the system grind you down, but fight back just hard enough to get the charges dropped, The more you are seen as being the people’s champion and the more determined they will be to crush you .. doing whatever it takes. .. remember Joan of Arc, betrayed by the very king she was fighting for, just because she became too popular with the people.

  2. Pingback: @MojGovUK Restraining Old Men and Protecting Criminals. That’s British Justice for You! | Flying Vet challenges South Wales Police

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