Some call it “Justice” and the “Right to Fair Trial”: Draconian Prison Conditions to Stop Litigations

You can tell from Maurice’s recent phone calls

  • how frustrated he is
  • how impossible it is for him to defend himself as Litigant in Person
  • how Prison, Police, Courts and Judges in South Wales all seem to act in unison to give him as hard a life as possible – only for one reason alone: to cover up rather than to admit to ‘mistakes’ not to call them crimes – just like… Haringey Council in the case of the Musas whose six children were stolen and whom Maurice was helping such that he became a hero in African papers!

11 April 2012

08 April 2012

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5 Responses to Some call it “Justice” and the “Right to Fair Trial”: Draconian Prison Conditions to Stop Litigations

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