South Wales Police HQ
25th November 2017
Dear Mr Nigel Rees,
I again send this letter to you as it appears you are refusing to reply
As you may appreciate, I need to have a clear up to date summary of when I have been subject to MAPPA so that those I formally communicate with can use what you write as a reliable concise account.
Please could you reply to the five points below and also any other point you think a recipient will be wanting to know or understand when they consider my matters:-
1) The dates of when was I subject to MAPPA 3 level 3 and the reason why this was necessary?
2) The dates of when was I subject to any other MAPPA or risk measure and the reason why this was necessary?
3) When was I last subject to any MAPPA or like risk measures and the reason why this was necessary?
4) Am I now under MAPPA or any risk measures and if so the reason why this is necessary?
5) The meaning of the different MAPPA categories worded for someone not familiar with MAPPA?
Maurice J Kirk
copies to: Criminal Court of Appeal
Cardiff Crown Court
Court of Appeal
Cardiff County Court
CCRC, IPCC, RCVS, GMC
2nd December 2009 police application that I be indefinitely incarcerated in Ashworth high security psychiatric hospital as a MAPPA level 3 category 3 registered victim to be amongst the top 5% most dangerous in the UK in order to block my civil damages claims against the Chief Constable.
During that secret Cardiff Crown Court hearing, with neither their victim present nor legally represented, both presiding Judge and Crown Prosecutor were quite unaware the court tape-recording machine had been mistakenly switched on.
My sister managed to obtain this ‘snippet’ of the ‘machine-gun’ conspiracy before that was shredded along with the first 30 minutes of that clandestine hearing along with the now 25 years of Cardiff County Court records of my civil damages claim, covering the first 33 of some 50 odd failed police malicious prosecutions, only because all claims are subject to appeal and being currently argued out in The Royal Courts of Justice.
09 12 02 Transcript Crn Crt REDACTED
09 10 19 OPINION Clinical [fabrication explained] (2)
Extract from Caswell Clinic report written before 2nd December 2009 police application I be incarcerated for life in Ashworth to avoid the machine-gun trial’s obvious acquittal thus exposing senior police officers conspiring to have me killed.
In considering Maurice’s case, it seems important to be aware of one’s own standpoint. Maurice
is an entertaining storyteller, who has lived a fascinating life. It is difficult not to warm to his
personality and stories of adventure, leading to a tendency to romanticise his position.
Alternatively, Maurice has openly admitted to not following laws if they did not fit with his own
moral code. He appears to have broken a number of laws on the way, usually relating to
smuggling or his personal safety whilst in an aeroplane, and one could see how this may frustrate
many people in authority.
In a similar fashion, Maurice’s personality could also be considered within different contexts.
As an example, Olympic athletes are often praised for their determination, drive and ambition.
However, in other contexts, similar characteristics could be seen as being obsessive, selfish and
narcissistic. For Maurice, the aggressive nature of his personality that has fuelled his need for
adventure, may have also been responsible for his numerous conflicts with the police.
In my opinion, Maurice’s early court cases were motivated by his personality characteristics, the
aggressiveness, the refusal to admit being wrong, and the tendency to criticise others as a
reaction to any perceived criticism. The paperwork detailing successful court cases, would
suggest that Maurice’s court cases were based on fact rather than delusional beliefs
It would also appear that Maurice’s personality factors are maintaining his difficulties. The
intrusive/needy element to his personality would make him relish being the centre of attention.
He stated that he actually enjoyed the “show” and “performance” that surrounds a court case and
he spoke about these aspects as the reward for the stress involved in the litigation process. He
likened these moments to the fuel that ran an aeroplane, calling it his “go-juice”. However, at
certain times, Maurice has commented that he wished the court cases would all just vanish and
the stress be taken away. Paradoxically, it may be another element to his personality, the self
defeating aspect, that is actually pushing him to continue. This part of him thrives on perceived
disappointment and high levels of stress, which may make it difficult for him to walk away from
the litigious process.
It would appear that Maurice has elected to champion the causes of a few men, with whom he
identifies and it also seems that he enjoys the messages of support he receives from others in
similar circumstances. However, Maurice acknowledged that his case may also appeal to
“crackpots” who may themselves have mental health issues. While Maurice may not pose any
specific risk of violence towards the police and government officials, the same guarantee cannot
be extended to his associates.
I do not feel that Maurice’s court cases and litigious processes were initially motivated by any
form of delusional paranoia. However, it may well be the ongoing effects of these court cases
have had a negative impact on his mental health. The long-term effects of stress; lack of sleep;
removal of other forms of cognitive stimulation, such as his work; and association with a peer
group who have extreme conspiratorial beliefs may, at certain points, cause Maurice’s to be
vulnerable to delusional beliefs.
Following my first meeting with Maurice, I felt that the manner of his presentation indicated a
delusional disorder. His manner was confrontational, he expressed ideas of being mistreated and
appeared suspicious and highly vigilant for signs of betrayal from the clinical team. However,
such a presentation would also be expected from an individual with an aggressive and controlling
personality who was under a huge degree of stress.
Results from the personality assessment suggest that Maurice is suffering with a significant
degree of anxiety. This may have some origin in the stress caused by his ongoing court cases,
but could also be related to one or more past traumas. Maurice appears slightly reluctant to
discuss these difficulties and has a tendency to downplay any potential affective difficulties.
This may be due to his pride in being hard-headed, combined with the potential of losing his
pilot’s licence due to mental health factors.
In my opinion, Maurice is not currently suffering from a delusional disorder. However, it is felt
that continued physical and psychological stress could have some adverse affects on him in the
future. If the current stressors surrounding Maurice were removed, there is every chance that his
mental state would stabilise and his levels of anxiety reduce. However, it could be predicted that
his with his strong personality and active intellect, he would soon apply himself to a different