If we Can’t Section him, let’s make Life at least Miserable for him

Sectioning or not sectioning – is that the question? By one Dr Rachel Smith who didn’t know anything about the brain scan, Maurice was supposed to be getting? At long last, after in 2009 it was written that he had ‘serious brain damage, possibly brain tumour’.  But she is unknown to six medical staff in prison… Might she be one of those ‘unqualified’ experts who are used to snatch children?

Meanwhile, Prisoner Kirk has no more phone credit to telephone out.

Do you feel like picking up the phone for him?

Would you like to find out what HM Governor Richard Booty has to say about Prisoner Kirk [A 7306 AT]? HMP Cardiff is on 02920 923100.

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: https://primenumbers.store/
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3 Responses to If we Can’t Section him, let’s make Life at least Miserable for him

  1. Celia Jeune says:

    It appears that Dr. ‘Rachel Smith’ gave Maurice a false name and was in fact the DUTY DOCTOR at the Cardiff Prison. What a disgrace! This woman takes taxpayers money as salary and works under a false name! Why did she do this?


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  3. One of these ‘expert witnesses’, methinks, reporting whatever their paymaster tells them to… Just like that doctor whose report was to get Maurice sectioned for life in 2009 already – and all those aiding children to be snatched by Local Authorities – often with the aid of Police!


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