Category Archives: Rule of Law

When individuals fight a system of ‘professionals’ they discover patterns that connect: ethics? morals? Professional standards?

Online exposure is the last resort for law abiding citizens who are up against a web of professional deception – such as Tom Dobbie with Moral Propositions. This web is of remarkable ‘perfection’ – in terms of succeeding to brainwash … Continue reading

Posted in Activism, Child Abuse, Corruption, McKenzie Friends, Ministry of Justice, Rule of Law, Whistleblowers, White-Collar Crimes, White-Collar Criminals | 11 Comments

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 … Continue reading

Posted in Internet Media, Lawful Protest, Maurice Kirk, Rule of Law, Rule of Money, Victims of white collar crimes, White-Collar Criminals | Tagged | 8 Comments

@MoJGovUK STOP #Fraud on the #Court in the UK: abuse of courts for criminal purposes

Once again, you can only believe it when it happens to yourself or someone you know and therefore BELIEVE: first, victims discover that ‘courts’ are anything but places where ‘justice’ is delivered; then, they discover that courts are being abused for … Continue reading

Posted in Corruption, Government, HMCTS, Human Rights Convention, Rule of Law, White-Collar Criminals | 18 Comments

@MoJGovUK Victims Complain! From Incompetence to Misconduct in Public Office

Professor David Ormerod, Barrister (Bencher of Middle Temple) is also Professor of Criminal Justice at Queen Mary’s University. On behalf of the Law Commission, he commissioned this Consultation into Misconduct in Public Office – with a deadline for contribution of 20 … Continue reading

Posted in Law Enforcement, Law Society, Legal Remedies, Rule of Law, Secret Justice | 5 Comments

@MoJGovUK “The System” of Professionals is catching up with #Victims of White Collar Crimes and Criminals

The first ‘gagging’ order I received from Swansea Council was a visible fake. But WordPress had taken it seriously and blocked me from updating, until I clarified. Years later, Change.org had to assume that Britain’s secret family courts are genuinely trying … Continue reading

Posted in Law Society, Public Interest, Rule of Law, Rule of Money | 3 Comments

@MoJGovUK When Court Orders are Void. What ‘fundamental defects’ do we find?

This blog post about void court orders was brought to my attention and quotes not only critical principles, but also relevant case law: A void order does not have to be obeyed because, for example, in Crane v Director of Public … Continue reading

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Barrister Of The Decade Courtenay Griffiths QC

Originally posted on Parents Rights Blog:
? Barrister Of The Decade Courtenay Griffiths QC Courtenay Griffiths QC Called 1980 Silk 1998 Griffiths believes the notion of pure law is “complete nonsense”:  “[Judges] are involved in making political decisions in many…

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