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Secret Prisoner story in Daily Mail

This is a story about a woman who was initially tried in absentia and then imprisoned in secret for the "crime" of taking her father to see a lawyer in Birmingham.

This really is not on. There is complacency in government about this sort of thing.

Comments

Jake Maverick said…
WTF? Not on?
what abt the rest of it?
including and not limited to breaking into people's home and selling the happy slap footage to tv xcompanies as entertainemnt, creeping up behind people and shooting them repeatedly in the head, torturing people....all anons, only the victims get labeleed in their version....

glad DM finally picked up....another conatact just send me that link....but here's the bizarre thing, what u trying to say to me John?

you mewntioned this case here before, anonymised but with my initials and sheffield city council....obviously not sheffield although they known to be one of the most corrupt...

but reading that article.....Foston Hall? currently surviving in a village called Foston.....WTF John? pretty sure i never mentioned name of village to you...it's not called paranoia when it's true.....whata re you trying to do/ say? let me guess, no comment...
What are you going to do about it, John?

Will the Government continue to hide behind the 'independence' of the Judiciary?
Jake Maverick said…
betya he just carries on working fo rthem, trying to give them an air of respectability...;-)

and none of the words actually mean what words do mean anymore, they're just euphamisms to do whatever they like...

bltant example of John's PR skill which i do take exception to, as well a shis blatant censoring of my posts there

"The victims of the system
The victims of the system often are quite surprised at how it acts. What is seen by some as complacency is seen by those on the receiving end as corruption. Often they become quite agitated and as such it is relatively difficult to see through the agitation to the underlying problem."

it's not complacency or corruption! the Nazis were not corrupt, THEY WERE WHAT THEY WERE AND THEY ARE WHAT THEY ARE. same dif between murder and manslaughte at best, their level of culpability at best is only due consideration at sentencing stage---but if founf to be compalcency i wd also prosecute for fraud as well, pretending to do the job whilst not doing the job/ being a criminal...also a necessity for recovery of wages/ salary at the civil stage...same if i drive a car and kill someone, it's either murder, manslaughter a tragic accident or possibly a suicide....there is no other possibility and peopel should be held accountable for what people do, apart from the corpse of course as that wd be just silly.
Jake Maverick said…
govt can't even protect themselves....man on his bike taken out by a lowly pigyob?

they're only 'there' as long as the real PTB lets them be there...

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