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Is prisoner X a secret prisoner?

I have reasons to believe that someone was recently imprisoned with reporting restrictions relating to their name. This is clearly against the Civil Procedure Rules. However, the fact that a court order is unlawful does not make it unenforceable.

It is, however, relatively difficult to find out if there are reporting restrictions.

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Jake Maverick said…
is it me?

it's more like prisoner X to the power of X, is it not?
Jake Maverick said…
Robert Green just been jailed for a year for talking/ reporting cime (foolish man). I don't know if it's legal to talk about it or not, nor do i give a f***, but any comment?
Jake Maverick said…
is he or she having a tube forced down his/ her throat...? i this considered legal, if the perpetraits of such crime say it is?

personally i dnt eat anything that i haven't produced myself.....i know damn well how disgusting such people are in prisons, hospitals, govt run places...even when it's not deliberate!

and y'know what they say, if it's not on MSM never really happened so....so kinda secret Robert being jailed like that....

and prsioner X....how do you know? about this particular one? something illegal somewhere then...? and i secret guess even European Court not an option...? if it ever was even if known about....
Jake Maverick said…
c'mon, name him/ her....you have 'special powers'.....you've done it before, and this one damnsite more important than som knobhead cheating on his wife/ brother....?

what are the chances most of these prisoners are Muslim or non white...?
kinda just to kill....but you/ they get to defraud more taxpayer money for torturing people, right?
and how many MPs have shares in John Lewis? how come no FOI for that one?

let me guess....no comment!
Jake Maverick said…
and still no comment from anybody else? guess you have to be there to really understand what it is like....

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