Tag Archives: Crime

USING the #Secrecy of #UKFamilyCourts to Cover-Up Criminal Activities #WhistleblowerKids

Since the submission of this document in March 2015, it has been appended to the petition to Abolish Adoptions without Parental Consent which is kept open before the Petitions Committee of the EU Parliament. I introduced it for the first … Continue reading

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GUIDANCE NOTES for writing Position Statements as a way of ‘Taking Stock’

It is difficult to get enough distance from one’s case to write a chronology of events an A4 summary lists of official documents and their relevance an index for a bundle of court documents a press release. That’s why McKenzie … Continue reading

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SECRECY – the Cloak for Criminality? Next meeting with John Hemming MP: Tuesday, July 2nd

For our next attempt to join forces as victims and become starfighters, campaigners and help others as McKenzie Friends and Public Interest Advocates, we are inviting people to formulate questions for John Hemming MP. This way you don’t need to be … Continue reading

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Judiciary Guilty of Criminal Acts – John Hemming MP opens Demo at Royal Courts of Justice

NEWS RELEASE                                                                                                                                        04 February 2012 Judiciary Guilty of Criminal Acts John Hemming MP opens 2-week demo at Royal Courts of Justice The Campaign for Truth and Justice[1] is staging a demonstration every day from 9.30am to 4.30 to, once … Continue reading

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