Category Archives: Support

If you put me back into that prison, they will kill me.

Maurice said this today in Cardiff Magistrates Court. His Draconian prison conditions are but one of the many trials he has to withstand. More on his own site.

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The Police State in Action: Silenced for he Knows too Much

This is the Defence Statement that Maurice put together in his prison cell – against all odds: on hunger strike, having lost 14 kg so far Cardiff prison denies Maurice Kirk is on hunger strike he has been denied certain letters … Continue reading

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Maurice on Hunger Strike – for Unlawful Behaviour by South Wales Police and HM Court Services

This is Maurice’s hand written letter with his reasons for continuing his hunger strike. Here’s the transcript. He’s lost over 2 stone of weight already since imprisoned on Sept. 21st and needs an endoscopy for his bleeding ulcer badly! Please … Continue reading

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Private Prosecutions – naming & shaming in the Court Room – is that the Achilles Heel?

Maurice wrote about Norman’s initiative in Leeds and Manchester, where he acted as McKenzie Friend, on his own website. This is therefore just to ensure that more people hear the good news: private prosecutions are an as yet untried ‘legal … Continue reading

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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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The K-Team in Action – for the Court of Appeal – questioning South Wales Police and Cardiff County Court

The K-Team is a miraculous network of support that has formed around Maurice and includes a superb legally trained mind. One of the outcomes is this 37-page document with 268 paragraphs. It asks the Court of Appeal to consider a … Continue reading

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News of Success from Justice Warrior in Bretagne

How does the universe test the commitment and perseverance of a “justice warrior”? Let me count the ways in which Maurice was tested recently: Maurice is on asylum for fear of his life since South Wales Police issued a warrant … Continue reading

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Operating in France with or without withheld medical records!?

Maurice’s fight for his medical records MAY finally result in success. The culprit psychiatrist Dr Tegwyn Williams who claimed that Maurice was suffering from ‘paranoid delusional disorder’, ‘severe brain damage’ and possibly ‘brain cancer’ is charging £6,000 costs but may … Continue reading

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218 + 1311 signatures to support Public Inquiry into (institutionalised) White Collar Crime

This working paper about a Public Inquiry into White Collar Crime is supported by a number of other documents. They include our online petitions with their comments: WANTED: Fair Trials and Compensation with these comments STOP the OPPRESSION of the … Continue reading

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Advancing the Cause of Litigants in Person takes Time, Money and Guts

The more I learn about Maurice’s experiences and challenges, the more I respect the enormous scope of emotions that he had to muster – to cope while fending for himself. A lot is due to the “adversarial system” that is … Continue reading

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