Category Archives: Activism

On the Value of Restraining Orders: who Benefits? Who protects whom? @swpolice @dyfedpowys @gwentpolice

Yesterday we were in Cardiff Crown Court to support Maurice’s fights against a system that has been described in incredible detail on Bent Lawyers and Cops. Interestingly, Maurice’s cases resembles mine where ‘the system’ tries to imprison us due to … Continue reading

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Oh! What a Tangled Web we Weave when First we Practice to Deceive! @MetPoliceUK @UKHomeOffice

We who Oppose Deception is one of my many blogs and petitions. I group them as follows: scientific life and zest – which culminates in three unique visualisation styles for three types of data; social life and meaning – where … Continue reading

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How do you define #Corruption? Grand, Petty, Political. @anticorruption @MoJGovUK @UKHomeOffice

Transparency International: a fabulous organisation with an excellent definition of corruption and an admirable antidote: http://www.transparency.org/what-is-corruption/#define We each have to find out how we suffer from corruption, before we learn how to stand up to it, it seems.

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1984 in Full Swing: Let’s Imprison #PublicInterest #Whistleblowers @UKHomeOffice @MoJGovUK

The Government’s legal advisers have revealed plans to lock up people who expose things like human rights abuses. They could face prison sentences of up to 14 years. Under these terrifying new laws, even journalists could face charges just because they … Continue reading

Posted in Activism, Government, Uncategorized, Whistleblowers, White-Collar Criminals | 6 Comments

When HM Inspectorate of Constabularies checks Child Protection: 75% of cases BAD @UKHomeOffice @MoJGovUK

This 113-page report is based on inspections carried out from February to May 2016. However, inspections did not include Kentish Town, Barnet or Holborn Stations which made me suffer. HM Inspectorate of Constabulary [HMIC] visited Police in 16 of the … Continue reading

Posted in Abuse Survivors, Activism, Child 'care', Child 'Protection', Child abduction, Child Abuse, Child pornography, Metropolitan police, Paedophilia, Police, Public Interest, Russian Children | 5 Comments

Litigants in Person: lifelong stories of fighting for principles and common sense @MoJUK

Bruce Jones is the freelance author of this article in the Colour Magazine of The Observer: I fought the law: meet the super-litigants. Some people who represent themselves in court spend months, even years, battling for justice. So why do … Continue reading

Posted in Activism, Mainstream Media, Maurice Kirk, McKenzie Friends, McKenzie Friends, The Guardian, UK Court System, White-Collar Crimes, White-Collar Criminals | 8 Comments

When Public Interest Solicitor Fights the Law Society and Justice Committee @MoJGovUK @UKHomeOffice #Brexit

This remarkable publication in the Public Interest comes in the spirit of Suzon Forscey-Moore RIP who examined UK law practices as an American lawyer. I also remember the video of one victim whose anger pushed him to damage the Law Society’s … Continue reading

Posted in Activism, Common Law, Corruption, Home Repossessions, Judges, Law Society, McKenzie Friends, Ministry of Justice, UK Parliament, Victims of white collar crimes, White-Collar Criminals | 17 Comments