Tag Archives: Rule of law

ON BEHALF OF Maurice Kirk in HMP Cardiff: emailing those who could make a difference – from outside the UK

For the personal attention of Mr. Michael Spurr, Chief Executive, National Offender Management Service Nick Hardwick, Her Majesty’s Inspector of Prisons                     Dear Sirs WITHOUT PREJUDICE http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-27139272 We note your interest … Continue reading

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FROM inside HMP Cardiff: Welcome to Perfidious Albion or Filthy Britain…

Maurice is ‘inside’ once again – since 14 October: without charge or conviction, on the wing for ‘lifers’, treated like one of the worst criminals. Albeit ‘on remand’, he is not given any rights whatsoever and one wonders: WHO benefits? … Continue reading

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The less and less Credible Rule of Law and the Cruel Power of Law Enforcement

The Law is only as good as the integrity of those entrusted to administrate it. Maurice sprayed his insight on the wall of his veterinary surgery in Guernsey, over twenty years ago. When I last spoke to him, he seemed … Continue reading

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Another “honey trap”: Maurice was asked to be witness so he could be arrested

Norman Scarth called it a “honey trap” when he was lured out of his flat to be arrested. Maurice is interested in the Musa case, for he has seen himself that Social Services were going to take his daughter, if … Continue reading

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WWII Veteran to be sent along the Flying Vet’s footsteps to be killed off?

Norman Scarth, born 1926, was instrumental in getting Maurice out of the Caswell Psychiatric Clinic where he spent 3 months of his life which he describes as having been much worse than the 4 months in prison. Now Norman has … Continue reading

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When there is no justice, there must be at least publicity

But the Mainstream Media don’t touch victim stories where the responsibilities of ‘the establishment’ are questioned: judges and court staff solicitors and barristers the financial profession – all protected by the immunity of Royal Charters. Hero or martyr – that … Continue reading

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NHS Exposed – not only by Maurice Kirk

What is it that makes employees of public institutions behave badly? Shouldn’t they act ‘properly’ because they may risk their job? Or is everybody acting so improperly that the few who ‘have balls’ to blow the whistle are the only … Continue reading

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The Chronic Litigant in Action – with help from the Local Paper

This poster announces this article in the Barry & District News yesterday. On Monday July 11, Maurice will “animate” Cardiff Court again. At 2pm South Wales police apply to court to put off his one million pound claim for damages … Continue reading

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When Councillors can’t win, what chance do “ordinary victims” have?

Councillor Kevin Edwards supports the “Justice for Linda Lewis Campaign” in a most admirable way. What is not so admirable is how “the establishment”, i.e. the people in positions of power act, as he points out. Maurice has experienced and … 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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