Anybody believing that ‘justice’ is obtained by going to see solicitors, barristers and judges in courts is believing in ideals that seem to have been eroded gradually and systematically ever since Dickens wrote about it…
It’s certainly my observation and got signed and sealed after I got arrested seven times, which means being treated as a ‘criminal suspect’: traumatised, victimised, dehumanised.
To top it off, financial punishment consists in my state pension being stopped for two years, with a hearing in May, having waited to be listed for six months.
As a systems analyst who used to diagnose software at CERN where the web was born, I am as logical as a computer. I practise software-aided and deep thinking. Is that why my ordeal started with fake ‘Orders’ by a secret family court?
Barnet Council threatened with prosecution and imprisonment using The Royal Courts of Justice [RCJ]. After six months in exile, the first arrest took place there and then: in the Strand.
The fact that the judge and my barrister supported the false allegations by Police with a Restraining Order remains to be challenged, just as much as Yolande Kenward challenges the Court of Appeal for not listing her case and the judge dismissing it ‘totally without merit’. Judges watch ping pong between barristers who aspire to become judges. The old boys network doesn’t deliver justice.
Yolande is one of the ‘veteran victims’ who have had more experience of corruption and misconduct in public office than anyone wishes upon themselves.
Yolande was Business Woman of the Year in Kent at some stage. Are we witnessing an unconscious bias in her county? We are all here for a reason and purpose we keep having to discover one day at a time. Some struggles are just more un-believable than others! Thanks to the net, we can connect and support those who dare to fight good fights!
Misconduct in Public Office, including Police Corruption as an office, is the topic of a Public Consultation by the Law Commission. It’s officially closed, but its Chair Prof Ormerod QC told us at the British Computer Society recently that we can still make submissions. Over to you!
Help4Lips have gathered articles to guide Litigants in Person who had given up on ‘professional’ help. They are rebranding into DIYLaw, since they had to realise that not only Litigants in Person are being affected. Why should that be necessary?