Tag Archives: European Convention on Human Rights

@HumanRightsFirst Support for #Whistleblower Peter Hofschroer in Teesside Crown Court TODAY

Aged over 90, Norman Scarth continues to be victim turned starfighter and veteran McKenzie Friend par excellence. Regarding Peter Hofschroer (left) who is A3324DJ in HMP Hull, he writes: To The Court Manager, Teesside Crown Court. MOST URGENT! We understand that … Continue reading

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@HumanRightsLaw UK vs #HumanRights EUROPE: Mind the Gap and Spot the Differences! @UKSupremeCourt

There is more to Europe than the idea of the European Union [EU] of 28 Member States as the grand POLITICAL ‘club’ and the ‘Eurozone‘ as the FINANCIAL club, where the Euro is legal currency. Seasoned victims of white collar criminals turned starfighters … Continue reading

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KEEP CALM and Challenge Britain: Foreign and UK Children Back for Christmas!

Among the women whose children are targeted for ‘care’ and forced adoption are foreigners who often get criminalised and imprisoned, such as the Nigerian Musas and American Melissa Laird. Most of them can’t cope with the barrage of paper work on … Continue reading

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Judiciary Guilty of Criminal Acts… especially in family courts

“Judiciary Guilty of Criminal Acts…” is the slogan for the 2-week demo outside the Royal Courts of Justice, starting Monday 23rd April, from 9:30am to 4:30pm. Please come round for net-working with likeminded spirits! … especially in secret family courts … Continue reading

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On not being able to bridge the gap between the EU Fundamental Charter for Human Rights and the UK Human Rights Act

Dear Ms McNeill, Thank you for your reply of 2 December 2010 in which you emphasise that you are not looking for the Commission to intervene on individual cases but rather you are asking the Commission to close the gap … Continue reading

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Judges are unelected, out of touch and shockingly arrogant

Nearly every victim I’ve ever come across would agree with the subject line. Here it is Stephen Glover in the Daily Mail who writes it because of the super-injunctions that are currently being discussed. Let’s hope they turn out to … Continue reading

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Advocating the Rule of Law in the Public Interest – not in the BBC’s it seems…

Parliamentary privilege, MPs and super-injunctions is an article by Parliamentary correspondent Mark D’Arcy on the BBC News UK Politics. His last phrase what our parliamentarians are allowed to say, and the extent to which it can be reported, is more … Continue reading

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