Tag Archives: England

NO PERSECUTION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION – what Robert Green, Maurice Kirk (and others) have in common

Robert Green is the promoter of the Hollie Greig campaign which accuses the Scottish establishment of paedophilia and lack of Police investigation. Instead, Robert has been incarcerated in Scotland, as an Englishman, and despite his age of 68 and his heart condition … Continue reading

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The Police State unites at least Wales and Bretagne – if not UK and EU

Once again, life writes stranger stories than any fiction would invent: Maurice went to pick up some of his files that he had taken to France for safety. But: his house was squatted, the squatters had used his antique furniture … Continue reading

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Partners in Human Rights Activism: Maurice Kirk & Norman Scarth

This photo was taken when Maurice went to Leeds to support Norman Court in one of his private prosecutions. Today, people are mounting a demo to Free Norman as he is in Leeds prison, in conditions that he describes as … Continue reading

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Appealing in London for Justice in South Wales

Locals know that South Wales seems to be particularly bad in terms of how Law and Order have been replaced by “Crime and Disorder”. Maurice’s experiences are a prime example. But, fortunately, a “McKenzie Angel” put his legal abilities to … Continue reading

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Flying Vet Approaches UK Parliament in Fight against South Wales Police

The magic of net-working never ceases to amaze me. Here’s a beautifully written story, jazzed up, if you like, from the latest news release that I concocted from Maurice’s extra-ordinary life experiences as a ‘chronic litigant’. What’s magical is: the … Continue reading

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