Tag Archives: World War II

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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The Law is only as good as the integrity of those entrusted to administer it

This photo appears on Maurice’s post that describes the situation that Norman Scarth finds himself in: 6 months solitary confinement for having audio recorded a court hearing.The punishment certainly does not fit the crime. Patrick Cullinane was given four months … 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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How can Judges be so Repressive, Oppressive & Suppressive?

Why does injustice upset me? Because I’m a libra? Because I can’t stand people suffering? Why do I feel it’s worth “exposing” perpetrators and “promoting” victims? Why do I act as a “rescuer” who has been victimised in her own … Continue reading

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