Category Archives: Corruption

Miscarriages of #Justice: will the New All Party Parliamentary Group address Cases and Issues? @MoJGovUK

Edith Piaf sang it many years ago: as long as there’s life, there’s hope! Cicero knew it already in 63BC! The announcement of a new All Party Parliamentary Group [APPG] focussing on Miscarriages of Justice MUST give all victims hope … Continue reading

Posted in Activism, All Party Parliamentary Group, Corruption, McKenzie Friends, Ministry of Justice | Tagged , | 36 Comments

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

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.

Posted in Activism, Anti-Corruption APPG, Corruption, Uncategorized | Tagged , , | 14 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

@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 #McKenzieFriends and #LitigantsInPerson Unite! Consultation re Courts’ Approach to Lay Legal Help and Advocacy

Since I met victims of white collar crimes who came to meetings of the Forum for Stable Currencies in Westminster, I’ve learned that we have three battle fronts: the victims of white collar crimes and criminals; their hope to get justice … Continue reading

Posted in Abuse Survivors, Activism, Child 'care', Child 'Protection', Child abduction, Child Abuse, Child pornography, Corruption, European Parliament, Hampstead Scandal, Paedophilia, Russian Children | Tagged , , , | 7 Comments