The Chronic Litigant in Action: between Private Prosecutions, Bail Variations and Highest Court Directions

With this article he invites

  1. one of the Welsh judges involved with his documents and hearings to cancel a pretrial hearing until highest courts determine WHAT is to be heard and give DIRECTION on ALL legal issues raised in ALL his documents.
  2. his readers, followers, fans and supporters to enjoy the verdict of the hearing in which he asked for a ‘variation of his bail conditions’
  3. the reader to get ready for a hearing on 28 June regarding ‘contempt of court’ – for which he asks supporters to join him in court (and for lunch)
  4. the reader to be informed about recent developments triggered by his application for bail variation
  5. the reader to remember the purpose for his current travel to the UK which got him arrested in Portsmouth…

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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3 Responses to The Chronic Litigant in Action: between Private Prosecutions, Bail Variations and Highest Court Directions

  1. Pingback: Chronic Litigant keeps fuelling the British Adversarial Court System | Flying Vet challenges South Wales Police

  2. mauricekirky says:

    Deja vu six years later?

  3. Pingback: Cardiff Courts CCRC Conspiracy Cover-up | Flying Vet challenges South Wales Police

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