MAURICE KIRK’s Sister on Bristol’s Dialect Radio: with Tony Gosling about ‘Rough Justice’

An excellent interview and an excellent account of how Maurice is being bullied and harassed by South Wales Police – in collaboration with HMP Cardiff, Swansea and HMCTS Court Services:

  • one battle after another to fight
  • so that, eventually, he’ll die before he could possibly win his civil damage case against South Wales Police:
  • no medical attention
  • no printing facilities to submit documents to the Court
  • 17 imprisonments altogether.

Please note also his official site www.kirkflyingvet.com with Latest News.

About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

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5 Responses to MAURICE KIRK’s Sister on Bristol’s Dialect Radio: with Tony Gosling about ‘Rough Justice’

  1. Reblogged this on Victims Unite! and commented:

    A great interview and account of one of the most veteran of victims turned starfighters and McKenzie Friend – about the corruption of South Wales Police.

  2. Reblogged this on Musings of a Penpusher and commented:
    The mire gets deeper and more deadly when those who are supposed to administer the law are found to be as crooked a bent corkscrew.

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