Tag Archives: Barbara Wilding

Your friend is being hacked – the changeover from court wars to cyber wars!?…

Maurice has a friend who looks after his mail in France. This morning when he tried to send emails, a window popped up that said “your friend is being hacked”. He now can’t send or retrieve emails that he had … Continue reading

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Private Prosecutions: from Leeds and Manchester to Cardiff

It does take the intellectual input and emotional support from other victims of white collar crimes who fight as Litigants in Person to stand their ground and to decide on worthwhile legal actions. WANTED posters were Mr Ebert’s initiative and … Continue reading

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“Legislation” has become another form of taxation

“Legislation”, used by politicians, judges, the legal profession and court staff, has become another form of taxation, to steal people’s houses, pensions, savings and 9 times out of 10 involves orchestrated deception and judicial bullying and / or the legal … Continue reading

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Harassment by South Wales Police means LOTS of motoring incidents plus false imprisonments, non-investigation of crimes plus…

The current case for civil damages “Kirk v South Wales Police” has been called “unusual”, “extreme” and “indefinite”. And indeed, this list of motoring incidents is only a small beginning. For what is worse: to be struck off the Register … Continue reading

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Before Trial Day 12 in 2 weeks: Position Statement with New Witness

Position Statement Kirk v South Wales Police CF 101 741 etc 28th Sept 2010 Yesterday, His Honour expected me to talk for a week on law, as well, and on legal argument for not striking out the most relevant incidents … Continue reading

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Trial Day 9: Kept Fighting, while wounded in legal battles

Trial Day 9, 22nd September 2010: On a taxing day when no one else could come and give moral support, the QC worked his way through the incidents, considered carrying ‘no cause of action’ and adjourning in the afternoon for … Continue reading

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