TWO of the LLANGUNNOR SIX in CARDIFF COURT: What do they Have in Common?@swpolice @dyfedpowys @gwentpolice

Dafydd Morgan, business man of Aberystwyth, has come to Cardiff to witness Maurice Kirk, the Flying Vet in court once again, as he continues to get justice for the long standing harassment he suffered from South Wales Police. They first met when Maurice was in the public meeting in Carmarthen’s Rugby Club in May 2006, where other victims of white collar crimes joined Stand Your Ground[1] to speak with MP Adam Price.

Mr Morgan recently published a record of this and similar meetings in a report he produced for Thames Valley Police. They had to deal with the HBOS scandal in Reading, involving millions of losses due to bank fraud, but did not feel sufficiently competent. His report therefore paints the bigger picture, based on his experiences with Dyfed Powys Police, and concerns the Failure of the Public Sector to deal with White Collar Crimes, Money Laundering and Tax Evasion. See – published on Victims Unite[2] – the most popular web site published by Sabine McNeill who advocates Open Justice on 33 sites and petitions[3] and who will also be in Court.

Paragraph 104 describes the meeting of the Llangunnor Six in May 2006, with Mr Kirk and Mr Morgan as two of the victims of white collar crimes, chaired by Alan Fry as Chief Executive of the South Wales Police Authority. A further link between Dyfed Powys and South Wales Police is MAPPA – the Multi-Agency Public Protection Agreement that allowed Police to abuse it for a Shoot to Kill Mr Kirk[4] and to section both.

Facilitator of this abuse of process has been Adrian Oliver, owner of Dolman’s solicitors who have been acting on behalf of Police in both regions, with the effect of ruining professional lives of not only these two men.

Dafydd Morgan says: “I’ve been aware of this case near on 15 years. I am appalled by the way Mr Kirk has been treated and it’s about time that this nonsense comes to an end.”

Maurice Kirk says: “I am extremely grateful that Her Ladyship has given me an opportunity of highlighting the vendetta that South Wales Police have orchestrated during malicious prosecutions, unlawful arrests and years of imprisonment, on top of the removal of my veterinary licence.” Thus he could not afford to fight the deep Police pockets as effectively as required.

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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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8 Responses to TWO of the LLANGUNNOR SIX in CARDIFF COURT: What do they Have in Common?@swpolice @dyfedpowys @gwentpolice

  1. JM says:

    If any of you are ever about the Midlands I would love to try and meet up with you… isolated here 😦

  2. mr Grumpy says:

    I have seen change in my lifetime but there is still a long way to go before we can realistically talk about a system of justice in the UK. When rich and poor alike receive the same respect and treatment in our courts we shall know we have arrived, but I think that day will be a long time coming.

  3. Reblogged this on Musings of a Penpusher and commented:
    I was also present at the meeting in Carmarthen in 2006. I listened to a catalogue of the wrongs suffered by victims of injustice – none of whom have seen either closure of their cases, or the reparation of injustices suffered at the hands of officialdom.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I was also at that Carmarthenshire meeting of 2006 where Adam Price as then MP proved deaf and blind towards such cross spectrum of wrongs and injustice to his and further afield constituents by Banks, Estate Agents, Solicitors, Courts, Police and Local Authority in particular the Planning Authority.

    Sadly nothing has changed, no resolutions, and never will in that corner of the UK where no proud man, woman or child is safe.

    That meeting demonstrated a common pathway: wars of words from public representatives working against the people gathering in collaboration with “a common purpose, governed by a common idea, believing in their own common ideal”.

    Unreasonable conduct, personal attacks, slander and libellous outbursts by public representatives reinforces blueprints in public opinion that crime is perfectly acceptable and, only becomes a crime to those that question or report it.

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