Category Archives: Court of Appeal

Maurice in Prison – according to the Rule of Law or the Rule of Person???

My heart is heavy since I learned that Maurice was detained by Portsmouth Police yesterday, to be picked up  by their South Wales colleagues today. So I keep wrecking my brain: what is worth doing to help??? On his website, … Continue reading

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Appeal refused: another example of the judiciary losing public’s confidence

The first comment on this Daily Mail article Blinkered arrogance and a judiciary in danger of losing the public’s confidence was: “in danger of losing our confidence? They have already lost it.” This refusal of Maurice’s appeal by Mr Justice … Continue reading

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Which side are you on: sane or insane, good or evil, The Rule of Law or not?

I’ve just posted Paulette H Cooper’s saga – with a comment about going mad or not when you become as victimised as she has. Well, Maurice has survived the same horribleness, except he WAS incarcerated in a psychiatric clinic for … Continue reading

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£50 for anybody watching and listening at Royal Courts of Justice in London tomorrow, 10.30am, Room 5

The time and the place have been scheduled, and Maurice can definitely NOT be there, since his hip has only just been replaced on March 25th. He had to get it done in France, as none of five possible parties … Continue reading

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Anybody wanting to watch Court proceedings against rogue NHS doctor causing incarceration?

Just imagine how you would feel after seven months of imprisonment, three of which in apsychiatric clinic, and then be in a court room where the judge doesn’t want to look at evidence you want him to see… That’s what … Continue reading

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Access to Justice? No, the London Court of Appeal can’t sort Wales’ Courts out

What if you can’t get justice in Wales? You apply to the Court of Appeal in London. That’s what Maurice and his legal advisor thought. But the London Court of Appeal wrote: sorry. Not our jurisdiction. Wales is Wales. A … Continue reading

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Appealing in London for Justice in South Wales

Locals know that South Wales seems to be particularly bad in terms of how Law and Order have been replaced by “Crime and Disorder”. Maurice’s experiences are a prime example. But, fortunately, a “McKenzie Angel” put his legal abilities to … Continue reading

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