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:
- 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).
- But that is missing from the UK version of the EU Human Rights Act. But who knows and who cares?
- 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’.
- 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’.
- 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.
- At best, they become activists, campaigners and McKenzie Friends.