Will our UK government now review the original principles once proudly exported around the world to those developing countries in the light of their radical reforms?
Will Articles 1 and 13 of the 1948 European Charter of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms ever be recoverable for the British people or will those remaining, in the 1989 Human Rights Act, be also abolished?
Will Code Napoleon now dominate?
As a victim from 23 years of South Wales Police bullying, promoted by their HM Court Service, HMP Cardiff and HM Prosecution Service (Wales), based in Barry police station, all clearly accountable to no one, then it is little wonder that I have returned to England to study its common denominator, medieval ‘HM Partnership’, so unique to these islands.
I remain concerned enough to encourage evidence from others, so similarly injured, to be published on this web site in the hope we may eventually find that Blair removed remedy.
In the Cardiff County Court BS614519 etc
4th Feb 2016
Claimant Position Statement
Maurice John Kirk v Chief Constable of South Wales Police
- The Claimant’s custody first few pages of police records of the Prince Charles/Garrotte type incident (Action 1 claim 8.6, 20 May 1993 arrest at Grand Avenue Cardiff) appear missing.
- In the light of The Claimant having already been lied to, concerning the official PACE regulated interview tape taken under caution, he applies to inspect the original tape and his 52 arch lever files that had to be prematurely been filed as court exhibits following someone’s attempt to register him a vexatious litigant without, apparently, first informing the relevant parties in this action.
Maurice J Kirk BVSc
Ely, Cardiff, arrest incident, for suspicion, under old PACE, s.25, in my ‘stealing a police motor bike’, in possession of a ‘garrotte type’ instrument, just used on The Prince of Wales’ farm, ‘assault’, ‘resisting arrest’ and then thrown into Cardiff prison as ‘unidentifiable’, is now destined with 90 odd others, brought by the South Wales Police, for both Royal Courts of Justice in England and Wales and Europe
Caspar and fellow helpers, may I suggest this needs to be thrown open to ‘legal argument’ between, say, the law schools in both Wales & England, to see if their results tend to show any similarity in their conclusions.
1. Would their input, from either side of the Severn Bridge, simply hit the current 251 page Cardiff County Court judgement dispute, after 23 years of litigation in its making, proverbially ‘on the nail’!
2. Does our leaving the EU jeopardise, in any way, what Sir Louis Justice Blom Cooper QC once so helpfully suggested to me, a person still seeking that ‘man made’ concept called ‘justice’?
Maurice J Kirk BVSc