24 Year Late Released Police Interview Tape Reveals Police Perjury on a Grand Scale all protected by Welsh judiciary

 Interesting, I can find no one who can show  the way to turn up the right WAY UP THIS fabricated police transcript of an interview  to delay my extradition to Guernsey

 AA Action 1 claim 8.6, 20 May 1993 arrest at Grand Avenue Cardiff.

93-05-00-grand-ave-surgery-arrest.jpg

 

email to CPS

I enclose a statement of complaint the police refuse to accept

STATEMENT OF WITNESS

 

(Criminal Procedure Rules, r. 16.2;

Criminal Justice Act 1967, s. 9)

STATEMENT OF  Maurice John Kirk    

 

Age of witness (if over 18, enter “over 18”):     …72 years old……………….

 

This statement (consisting of three pages) is true to the best of my knowledge and belief and I make it knowing that, if it is tendered in evidence, I shall be liable to prosecution if I have wilfully stated in it anything which I know to be false, or do not believe to be true.

On 20th May 1993 I laid complaint of police harassment with Inspector Trigg at Barry police station both verbally and in writing and complaining of previous complaints being ignored.

20 minutes later right outside my Cardiff veterinary surgery a police officer now known to me assaulted me in the misconceived belief, he may say, I had stolen my own BMW motor bike. A second police officer known to me deliberately knocked me to the ground and put in handcuffs leaving me with a significant injury.

No one had asked for my name up and until I had arrived at the police station as I had been addressed throughout with my name as the local veterinary surgeon for the local community and as a designated 24/7 emergency veterinary surgeon for the south Wales Police.

I asked why they had legal right to demand my name and address but refused say why or identify any allegation that my give them that right.

The arrest was at about 2pm and at around 4 pm I believe it was Inspector Trigg, himself, who came over and identified me through the door flap and shouted down the corridor “that is Maurice Kirk”.

At around 9 pm two police officers in my cell informed me I was arrested under s25 of 1984 PACE but again refused to explain what this was all about.

It was about the police holding me for extradition to Guernsey but they never told me of this thus depriving me of legal redress by rebuttal.

At about 11pm I was led through the police station to be interviewed under caution but on the way stopped the duty solicitor to also see what the police had written on their ‘day book’ attached by paper clip—–‘Maurice Kirk believed to be extremely violent’ and underlined twice in red ink.

The interview has by a police officer and the arresting officer with the obviously nobbled duty solicitor also present. This took over an hour but the official tape transcribed in an English forensic laboratory only last month, would you believe, records a total length of only 45 minutes. The audio copy given to me by Cardiff’s county court, due to a new judge intervening in this outrageous delay of court proceedings, contains several periods of time on tape that are silent for some unexplained reason.

I am now in possession of the Cardiff Civil Justice Centre’s CD after 24 years of trying and also in possession of a copy of that original police interview transcript concocted by the South Wales Police as far back as in May 1993.

The 2017 English version is at gross variance to that original version by the welsh police concocted and served on me to defend the indictable offence, before a jury, of ‘being in possession of a garrotte type instrument’. I was only cautioned at the beginning and not when this new idea of an indictable charges was dreamed up.

The arresting police officer admitted before my being charged with the offence that he personally believed it was a piece of veterinary embriotomy wire as he had seen similar used on his uncle’s cattle. This one had just been used on HRH The Prince of Wales’ farm in the Vale of Glamorgan but not for embriotomy, for dehorning beef cattle.

That night I was not charged with theft as the interrogation intimated it may be with both officers pretending no prior contact had been made with the Guernsey police. They had, of course and had satisfactorily established the ownership of the Guernsey number plated bike as mine.

The bike I had originally been bought off a Guernsey police officer, the son of Geoge Farnham the music composer.

I was charged and refused police bail for the offences of assault on police, resisting arrest and two charges of ‘being in possession of a garrotte type instrument’

The absence of CPS in court, next day, was palpable with the police asking for custody in prison, indefinitely, in order that my identity be established. They again all knowingly lied. My veterinary staff in the public gallery recorded the lies.

In 2013, whilst under cross examination in the County court all police in this incident knowingly lied to His Honour Judge Seys Llewellyn QC who now refuses to release the records of the hearing, allow copy of the tape recordings (CDs) or the copy of evidence collated by Dolmans, solicitors.

HHJ Seys Llewellyn QC refused me my right to call inspector Trigg, Barbara Wilding Dr XX and many more witnesses of fact with relevant evidence to give evidence at the trial

In particular he refused release of the contemporaneous notes taken by the clerk of the court, solicitors clerks at the back of the court room or from the bevy of defence barristers who all witnessed and understood the blatant lies made on oath, each day, by over fifty police officers or their staff.

Barbara Wilding was ordered by the court to personally sign her own affidavit that I had been given full relevant disclosure of evidence under her control but knowingly lied knowing she and Adrian Oliver are immune to prosecution in Wales.

Police lied and can be proved in all 33 failed malicious prosecutions that were deliberated upon by the judge.

I again ask that an outside of Wales police force make seizure of existing plethora of incriminating documents that will prove perversion of justice on a grand scale.

Records of my civil and criminal cases relating to the South Wales Police sre needed from the courts, prisons, Caswell clinic, law courts and in particular from the offices of Adrian Oliver of Dolmans who personally instigated the armed police raid on our home, in June 2009 with helicopter, when just failing to snatch our then 10 year old daughter, Genevieve, to be taken into council care as my being registered MAPPA level 3 of category 3 victim of the state.

Evidence seized, please, before they are further tampered with any more as has been proven before during my 25 miserable years in the Principality when simply attempting to practice veterinary surgery.

 

Maurice J Kirk BVSc

20th August 2017

 

 

 

 

Signed: …………………………. ………………. (witness)

 

Date: …………………………………………….

 

(To be completed if applicable:  ………………  ………………………………….  being unable to read the above statement I, ……………………of ……………………….., read it to  before  signed it.

 

Signed: ………………………..   ……………..      Date: ……………………..   )

This audio of the interview will be played world wide shortly as a warning to anyone thinking of setting foot in South Wales and assuming it is safe.

16 12 03 BS audio orderHHJ Seys llewellyn QC

17 0815 Mr Kirk Audio Forensic (1)

17 08 15 Mr Kirk Audio Forensic (3)

 

 

 

AA Action 1 claim 8.6, 20 May 1993 arrest at Grand Avenue Cardiff.

Ely May 1993 incident     PC Thomas

PACE s 2 & 3

Provisions relating to search under section 1 and other powers (2) If a constable contemplates a search, other than a search of an unattended vehicle, in the exercise— (a)   of the power conferred by section 1 above; or

(b)   of any other power, except the power conferred by section 6 below and the power conferred by section 27(2) of the M2Aviation Security Act 1982— (i) to search a person without first arresting him; or (ii) to search a vehicle without making an arrest,

it shall be his duty, subject to subsection (4) below, to take reasonable steps before he commences the search to bring to the attention of the appropriate person— (i) if the constable is not in uniform, documentary evidence that he is a constable; and (ii) whether he is in uniform or not, the matters specified in subsection (3) below; and the constable shall not commence the search until he has performed that duty.

(6) On completing a search of an unattended vehicle or anything in or on such a vehicle in the exercise of any such power as is mentioned in subsection (2) above a constable shall leave a notice— (a)      stating that he has searched it;

(b)      giving the name of the police station to which he is attached;

(c)      stating that an application for compensation for any damage caused by the search may be made to that police station; and

(d)      stating the effect of section 3(8) below.

 

PACE s3   Duty to record

(2) If— (a)  a constable is required by subsection (1) above to make a record of a search; but (b)  it is not practicable to make the record on the spot,  he shall make it as soon as practicable after the completion of the search. (3) The record of a search of a person shall include a note of his name, if the constable knows it, but a constable may not detain a person to find out his name. (4) If a constable does not know the name of a person whom he has searched, the record  of the search shall include a note otherwise describing that person. (5) The record of a search of a vehicle shall include a note describing the vehicle. (6) The record of a search of a person or a vehicle— (a) shall state— (i) the object of the search; (ii) the grounds for making it; (iii) the date and time when it was made; (iv) the place where it was made; (v) whether anything, and if so what, was found; (vi) whether any, and if so what, injury to a person or damage to property appears to the constable to have resulted from the search; and (b) shall identify the constable making it

 

PACE s 24

(2) If a constable has reasonable grounds for suspecting that an offence has been committed, he may arrest without a warrant anyone whom he has reasonable grounds to suspect of being guilty of it. (3) If an offence has been committed, a constable may arrest without a warrant— (a)………….. (b)       anyone whom he has reasonable grounds for suspecting to be guilty of it.

(4) But the power of summary arrest conferred by subsection (1), (2) or (3) is exercisable only if the constable has reasonable grounds for believing that for any of the reasons mentioned in subsection (5) it is necessary to arrest the person in question.

 

PACE s 28 Information to be given on arrest. (1) Subject to subsection (5) below, where a person is arrested, otherwise than by being informed that he is under arrest, the arrest is not lawful unless the person arrested is informed that he is under arrest as soon as is practicable after his arrest. (2) Where a person is arrested by a constable, subsection (1) above applies regardless of whether the fact of the arrest is obvious. (3) Subject to subsection (5) below, no arrest is lawful unless the person arrested is informed of the ground for the arrest at the time of, or as soon as is practicable after, the arrest.

[ At NO POINT did Thomas or Beer inform MJK anything related to stolen/theft, nor offensive weapon, it was wholly & exclusively related to failure to provide name & address for purpose of producing documents, and they had ample time from the moment they sat on his back to the 20mins or more faffing about over transport – van or car? ]

 

PACE s 30

(7) A person arrested by a constable at any place other than a police station must be released without bail if the condition in subsection (7A) is satisfied. (7A) The condition is that, at any time before the person arrested reaches a police station, a constable is satisfied that there are no grounds for keeping him under arrest or releasing him on bail under section 30A.] (8) A constable who releases a person under subsection (7) above shall record the fact that he has done so.

PACE s 31 Arrest for further offence. Where— (a)     a person— (i) has been arrested for an offence; and (ii) is at a police station in consequence of that arrest; and

(b)        it appears to a constable that, if he were released from that arrest, he would be liable to arrest for some other offence, he shall be arrested for that other offence

Extracted from the notes of   

                                                                                                                     Charles Caspar Kirk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s