He used to whisper to horses, after he ‘served the country’ by killing fellow soldiers in WWII.
He suffered soo much as a victim of ‘The State’ of his country that he fled to Ireland where he recently celebrated his 90th birthday.
He also became more and more eloquent and ‘to the point’, as he puts so FABULOUSLY here:
To Judge Robin Callender Smith.
In the matter of Scarth v
Information Commissioner, case EA/2014/0042.
I wish to thank you for your interjection (after I had been speaking for barely 5 minutes) at the Telephone Conference Hearing on 24th May 2016, when you said, “Get to the point Mr Scarth.”
Those six words were most helpful to me. Continue reading
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 the purpose of legitimising criminal activities;
- then you you try to make sense and realise the differences between reality and ‘make believe’ and that we must oppose deception.
David Fabb was one of the early ‘big bankruptcies’ with which we approached the then Minister of Justice Kenneth Clarke.
Now his experiences contributed to this petition:
The explanation is:
Fraud on the Court involves serious organised criminal activities such as:
1 – Court’s proceedings created without payment of the court’s fee to start fraudulent claims;
2 – Production of fake warrants and bogus court’s orders obtained in full abuse of court’s process;
3 – Unlawful evictions and dispossession of families’ homes and assets often conducted using violence by private debt collector companies against innocent victims; Continue reading
Norman Scarth was a remarkable horse whisperer and has recently celebrated his 90th birthday in Ireland. He fled his native country to be safe from another period in prison or mental hospital, where his enemies would like to see him – for no good reason at all – except negative attitudes such as abuse of power and position – “because they can.”
In this online petition directed at the Prime Minister, Alan Dransfield is asking for a Public Inquiry into the Information Commissioner’s Office [ICO], West Yorkshire Police [WYP] and the Crown Prosecution Service [CPS] regarding Norman’s appalling treatment.
Norman’s experiences are in one life what I’ve observed in soo many victims who had to act as Litigant in Person [LiP] because the legal profession was not supportive. As a result, they became starfighters, campaigners, McKenzie Friends, McKenzie Angels, activists and Public Interest Advocates. Hence these responses to the Judiciary’s Consultation about reforming the courts’ approach to McKenzie Friends.
- The biggest betrayal is surely to be let down by your employer after having fought a war – but Norman is far from being alone;
- Police staff are exploited similarly, I hear – yet only a few dare to come out or leave;
- the abuse of psychiatry in the UK legal system has just been presented at a conference by poisoned pilot Len Lawrence from personal experience;
- it takes one to know one: Norman’s McKenzie Friend Alan Dransfield has been challenging the Information Commissioner’s Office over and over again, as documented on his blog and discussed on this post; he defends the Freedom of Information Act as our critical tool as legal remedies against national authorities have been removed from the Human Rights Act [Article 13];
- but it takes a lot of personal experience to believe what is “too bad to be true”: deep corruption of professional oaths, spiritual values, morals or ethics.
Is the decency of humanity at stake? In the UK more than elsewhere? Continue reading
A 19 minute conversation between two mathematicians: Sabine as German EU Petitioner about Child-Snatching and Forced Adoptions in the UK and Tatjana Zdanoka, MEP for Latvia and member of the Petitions Committee.
Please note Christopher Booker’s article shortly after that first presentation:
The reason for visiting the EU Parliament this time was the fact that three petitions regarding child rights were scheduled to be heard.
In particular, the one by 40 lawyers from Nordic countries:
But it was also important to get up to speed with the Plenary Debate that will take place on Wednesday 27 April:
And this is the Motion for a Resolution on safeguarding the best interests of the child across the EU based on petitions addressed to the European Parliament.