Maurice on video in Jersey: between WARRANT for ARREST, Order to Shoot and the Need for a Hip Operation

Due to a leaked report from the psychiatric clinic, Maurice knows that South Wales Police have a “firearms response” or licence to kill. Here’s the 12-minute interview on Jersey, on the way to Alderney, where he’s asked for asylum.

Maurice has already spent nearly 8 months in prison unlawfully, but fraud and unlawful behaviour by national authorities are virtually impossible to prosecute in the UK:

  • some 1000 organisations are immune to prosecution by Royal Charter
  • these include the Law Society which has a Memorandum of Understandingwith the Association of Chief Police Officers not to investigate crime
  • the UK Human Rights Act 1998 omits Article 1 and 13 from the European Convention for Human Rights; as a result it is impossible for UK citiznes to get a fair trial and compensation, let alone an effective remedy before national authorities.

The veracity of these claims can be seen best in these comments to WANTED: Fair Trials and Compensation as well as in the comments to Stop the Oppression of the British people.

Maurice is not alone, but his current action has been postponed until March 14th, while he is expected to respond to a 40-page judgement within 7 days… Will he get operated outside the country until then?

About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is www.smartknowledge.space
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One Response to Maurice on video in Jersey: between WARRANT for ARREST, Order to Shoot and the Need for a Hip Operation

  1. Pingback: News of Success from Justice Warrior in Bretagne | Flying Vet challenges South Wales Police

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