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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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It’s the Whistleblower Treatment: first prison, then sectioning, to avoid trials of “landmark cases”, especially juries!

The more cans of worms I open, the more I do wonder where our efforts will lead to. But, as The Psalm of Life by Henry Longfellow reveals most beautifully, it’s not about achieving a goal: it’s about our footprints … 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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Maurice is not alone: “Corrupt” South Wales Police in the firing line

Here is an article in the Guardian from October 2000, that starts with “Britain’s worst case of institutionalised corruption involving a single police force”… So far, I had learned about South Wales Police through the bullying and harassment that Maurice … Continue reading

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