@MoJGovUK Presumed guilty? Ministry of Justice was forced to withdraw advice leaflet

15 02 01 GuardianThis article of 01 February 2015 in The Guardian is self-explanatory:

Presumed guilty? Ministry of Justice is forced to withdraw advice leaflet

Ancient principle of justice seems to have been forgotten in guide for people facing criminal cases

That was the story of the MoJ giving wrong advice.

Unfortunately though, the reality of victims of white collar crimes is:

  1. When Police make arrests, people are treated as ‘criminal suspects‘, not innocent citizens with human rights, such as the right to a fair trial (Article 6) and an effective remedy before national authorities (Article 13).
  2. But that is missing from the UK version of the EU Human Rights Act. But who knows and who cares?
  3. When CPS formulate ‘charges‘, nobody knows what the ‘evidence‘ is they have against them. The ‘game’ between professionals (paid to do just their job) is one of intimidation, compliance and ‘disclosure’.
  4. There are enough freemasons around to protect each other’s criminal activities – such as faking official documents – between Police, CPS, Court Clerks and Judges – so that victims never get ‘justice’.
  5. A merry go round is put into motion that keeps everybody employed in their employment, whereas victims end up as ‘vexatious litigants’, if they have not run out of money before.
  6. At best, they become activists, campaigners and McKenzie Friends.
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9 Responses to @MoJGovUK Presumed guilty? Ministry of Justice was forced to withdraw advice leaflet

  1. Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee says:

    Please see the Judgment given in the High Court of Justice before John Howell QC Sitting as a Deputy High Court Judge on the 17th July 2015
    Case Number CO/1501/2014 Between Stamios Miaris Appellant
    and
    Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government
    and
    Bath and North East Somerset Council Respondents.

    This Judgment should be quoted by any Person who is subject to Civil Restraint Order under the CPR 3-11 and also under Section 42 of the Senior Courts Act 1981.

    There are other Judges who are good Judges, since the Lord Chancellor SS Ministry of Justice does normally removes other Masters and some Judges who have given leave of the Court to have the Lord Chancellor Joined in the Legal Proceedings, whilst it is the Lord Chancellor who had signed the Statutory Instrument 2000 No 221 as with regards to CPR 19 rules,

    Bath and North East Somerset Council had lost in the Bristol County Court under Discrimination Case some years ago, where they will not release copies of the Court Order when they had paid more than £600,000-00.

    They had lost in the High Court of Justice on the 3rd December 2010

    They had also lost another case in the Court of Appeal

    They may or might be other cases which other persons may or might have the Knowledge, as when a person makes two applications, than the Court can make a Civil Proceedings Restraint Order.

    The London Borough of Hackney Council, they were found in Contempt of Court, and had lost in the Court of Appeal.

    I request that you should take the above points into consideration

    Yours Faithfully

    Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee

  2. mauricekirky says:

    As a recipient of a high court, ie RJC, civil restraining order by Collins J brought by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, that I never become a veterinary surgeon agAIN, Mum,Dad and Mike are you reading this, brought in the first place by Barry police station’s Inspector Collins, no less, wash your mouth out Maurice, there needs to be radical reform to our UK judicial system to bring it screaming into (Peter Roffe quote) -see BBC2’s 1984 ‘Rough Justice’,.to the 19th century , if not 20th, for our courts to operate on a ‘level playing field’ as in our past colonies who inherited our system in the first place!!!!!!

    TV video, featuring Lord Geoge Faulkes (not forgetting Lord alf Bubbs) on http://www.kirkflyingvet.com etc somewhere, re a hunger striker and Mr Spencer and Mrs Janet Gelsthorpe AND Mr Gerald and Yvonne Gillow, all of which were also denied the right to live in their own houses.

    The hunger stricker, incidentally, drove his 60 foot 60 ton Breton tunny boat, at full throttle, straight up their Guernsey’s harbour beach, filled the fish hold with three feet of water and lived on her for two years on States free electricity and harbour dues as a mark of protest of their ultimate incestuous world, on a par with Cardiff courts, so totally dependant, again, on the dreaded ‘HM Partnership’.

    Gerald, as an army medical officer, was the first one to enter Belsen on 14th April 1945 and happened to be off the evil island who collaborated with the Germans, so to not allow Churchill to use it prior to D-Day, on the census day, working for the World Organisation, to be convicted in the criminal court and forced to sell what he had personally built, his retirement home for just £30,000.

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    • It’s a very tragic ‘history repeats itself’ battle, Maurice, it seems…

      But what matters is that we keep our spirit alive doing so. For it IS a spiritual battle, ultimately, between ‘good’ guys and ‘bad’ guys.

      The ‘sphere of influence’ of some is just larger than others. Both good and evil…

      You and Norman are the most excelling examples for all future generations!!!

  3. JM says:

    That leaflet really was ‘hanging a lantern on it’ wasn’t it? Quite probably the only honest leaflet they have ever produced…large part of the problem is that they employ total morons…but that also shows how the reality rather than the propaganda is engrained into the system…anybody be bothered with a FOI to find out how many millions they spent on those leaflets…?

    • There are no simple explanations and no simple ‘formulae’ with which to motivate ourselves to do something constructive.

      We just have to do it INSPITE of ‘it’ all!…

      For in the end, we do it for our own spirit.

      That’s our own judgement.

      THANK YOU!!!

  4. I suspect that courage and determination, with a large dollop of plain bloody-mindedness, also play a major part in your fight for justice.

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