Author Archives: Sabine Kurjo McNeill

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:

Maurice Released from Exeter Prison for Hospital

Today, 25th July 2020 English police have unearthed welsh police prison statements of a year ago identifying the welsh bstds already had evidence I had, as usual , posted letters to MPs around the UK that had previously indicated ‘concern’ … Continue reading

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The Frightening Power of any Bent GP @GMCUK

EXTRACT from a blackmailed welsh Section 12(2) of the Mental Health Act police psychiatrist’s medical report currently being played in a cinema near you. OPINION Clinical. (19th Oct 2009) Maurice Kirk’s history is highly complex, convoluted and difficult to understand. … Continue reading

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Why do Courts protect a False Medical Diagnosis with a Restraining Order on behalf of @SWPolice ?

Why are Courts corrupt? because they (and many other organisations) have immunity from prosecution – but the public doesn’t know that; because their employees are part of secret societies such as cults or freemasons and protect each other above all … Continue reading

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#Judge #Jury or #Internet: who delivers #justice in #PublicCourts of #PublicInterest? @MoJGovUK @SWPolice

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Who’s Afraid of the #Internet? #MauriceKirk BVSc v XX [on behalf of @SWPolice]

It takes the observation of MANY cases to realise the depth of deception that is paraded in courts. That’s why one of my blogs is called We Who Oppose Deception, even though it focusses on the bigger picture of mass … Continue reading

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Déjà Vu: Maurice @HouseofLords in 2009, Lawful Disobedience with #Freemasonry and #Psychiatry on Video @MoJGovUK

Here Maurice introduces himself to a meeting at the House of Lords where I used to organise the Forum for Stable Currencies. He says he’s only ‘free’ due to his friends, some of whom were there and his website which … Continue reading

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Background Pages for Posts as Updates: how do you inform your readers before the next #Trial?

Bloggers learn about ‘permanent pages’ for websites and ‘dynamic posts’ for blogs. Pages need menus. Posts need ‘widgets’ to have their titles published. And thus we grow up on the web, learning by doing. Without realising the difference, Maurice put … Continue reading

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Flying High? Admiration and Support from Pilots – in KENYA – #mauricekirk #pilotview

WHAT may have blocked my Facebook as it occurred as I was posting documents for the Royal Courts of Justice, an aspect of the accepted, it appears, ongoing corruption in both South Wales law courts and South Wales Police Force? Maurice’s … Continue reading

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More @DailyMailUK magic about #MauriceKirk in South Sudan instead of Kenya

What a nice story! Daredevil pilot’s ordeal after South Sudan crash And on video: More information on Maurice’s Facebook page and the community of pilots: as well as South Sudan News: US alarms over escalation of violence … Continue reading

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#FlyingVet #MauriceKirk needs help on Wison Airport in Nairobi on historic flight to South Africa

Can someone ring Wison Airport, (for small aeroplanes) Nairobi to see if they can help? Even with parts? The community of pilots posts: I come from a line of thinking that we should help this man in his hour … Continue reading

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