Watching shady “Shadow Courts” in real live Action

It’s beyond the imaginable for anybody who believes in “Law and Order”. Therefore it’s very hard to demonstrate and produce the evidence. And when you try, you end up being locked up.

That’s what I have witnessed. That’s why I have set two websites to “private”. Now, Maurice felt obliged to help the Nigerian family whose drama was published by their national newspaper Leadership: British Govt Detains Nigerian Couple’s Six Children.

Given he has spent so much time in so many courts, he thought he could help. But he doesn’t seem to have been prepared for what he experienced: while he and the couple spent the day in the court building waiting for the time and the room of the hearing, the “interim care order (ICO)” was prolonged “by phone” by Judge Hess. That’s what they were told by by Judge Berry around 4pm.

After that, he went to the police station, hoping to get the custody records of the couple who, among their endless harassments and bullying by the local council that is considered worst of all in the UK, had also been imprisoned.

I call these “Shadey Shadow Courts” for judges sanction what Social Services are doing. And they are all immune to prosecution, thanks to Royal Charters.

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 now a solution to the Prime Number problem:
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4 Responses to Watching shady “Shadow Courts” in real live Action

  1. Corgisnapper says:

    Why does nothing surprise me about the depths to which the so-called British justice system has sunk?

    Read the three volumes of ‘A Prison Diary’ in three volumes by Jeffrey Archer. It should be compulsory reading for everyone but especially for those expecting justice in British courts: a most unpleasant revelation of vindictive bigotry operating at all levels of British society.

    If a man with influence, wealth and friends in high places can suffer this kind of treatment – what hope is there for Mr and Mrs Ordinarymaninthestreet?


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