Imprisoned for ‘suspicion of having breached a restraining order’

The flag of the New South Wales Police Force. ...

No, you can’t make it up, and you can’t believe it either, for you can’t imagine it (unless it happens to you!):

  1. Maurice is subjected to over 7 months prison and psychiatric clinic because of ‘serious brain damage’ and ‘possibly brain cancer’ of a report by the Director of Caswell Clinic
  2. he gets a scan done in France that proves that there is “nothing between his ears”
  3. he gets a scan done by the NHS that proves “nothing wrong with his brain”
  4. he gets imprisoned by South Wales Police for having published this article on his website – which MAY be a breach of his ‘restraining order’ that is meant to protect that Caswell Clinic Director.

The Rule of Law has been replaced by lawlessness ensured by South Wales Police, I get the impression. Or rather: one law for ‘them’ and another one for ‘us’. The question is: who defines ‘them’ and ‘us’???

Here’s the petition to support Maurice, if you feel like clicking.

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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1 Response to Imprisoned for ‘suspicion of having breached a restraining order’

  1. Pingback: How do you measure corruption? Lynette Whyte is a ‘Sunday School outing’ compared with Maurice Kirk’s persecution… | Peter Bellett – Whistleblower and Victim of Criminals

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