WHAT DO Maurice Kirk and Brian Pead have in common? Unlawfully imprisoned Litigants in Person!

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Being a Litigant in Person is one thing, for you are up against

  • solicitors, barristers and judges who have let you down
  • not knowing the right procedures and ‘remedies’
  • not realising the meaning of ‘points in law’
  • a system of professionals that rather protects itself than delivers ‘justice’.

Being unlawfully imprisoned is another thing, for you have

  • to find friends and allies among prisoners and staff against all the odds
  • to maintain communication with the outside world, even though the rules and regulations about obtaining stamps, papers and access to law books are ridiculously restrictive
  • to try and get legal representation, for you think that might get you ‘justice’…

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WHO POLICES the Police, Judges the Judges and Governs the Governors?

How many ‘cases’ does it take to convince whom to make a difference?

How many victims need to be bullied and harassed as ‘exceptional and extreme’ cases such as Maurice and Brian Pead?

  • Since I put these summaries together for Maurice, whole new volumes of impropriety could be compiled. No wonder Maurice has serious health problems!
  • So he was released from prison, recalled from that ‘hostel’ but never given any reasons – as illustrated by this document.
  • Since then it has hardly been possible to get information from him in HMP Swansea.

Brian Pead’s chronology is also too much: 28 pages of what you cannot imagine in your wildest dreams:

  • the Police initiates false charges
  • the Judiciary legitimises them
  • and the Governors of HMP Prisons create hell on earth.

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IS THERE a politician, journalist or lawyer able to rescue Maurice Kirk from the State?

It’s his sister who poses this question on his official site. She knows what has been going on first hand. As a former Magistrate, she sees through shenanigans on both sides: victims and perpetrators.

But this is too much:

  • atrocious prison conditions – just as with Gloria Musa whom he has helped and Melissa Laird whom he has visited in HMP Holloway
  • his health being ruined by HMP Cardiff (since 14 October 2013) and now HMP Swansea
  • complete and utter prevention from letting him communicate as a Litigant in Person
  • so that his case is ‘disposed of’.


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McKENZIE FRIEND par excellence punished by MAPPA and Illegal Imprisonment with Torturous Conditions

Maurice has an extraordinary memory for all his experiences in and out of police stations and court rooms – as well as prison cells. After having been let out of HMP Cardiff for about a week, his ‘licence’ was revoked and he’s put into HMP Swansea.

I leave it to you to guess or find out why. Commentators on his official site express their valuable opinions.

Would you mind phoning the Governor Lauren Watson on 01792 485300 and get explanations for

  • only allowed one person to phone: his sister
  • only being allowed the use of 2nd class stamps
  • not being allowed to address envelopes to Courts, while he is trying to get his Civil Claim against South Wales Police settled.

Or would you just send a message via www.emailaprisoner.com? He’s prisoner no. A7306AT. It costs £5 to start sending messages at 30p for 2,500 characters. Continue reading

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WHO’S AFRAID of Maurice Kirk? South Wales Police plus ???

I got a phone call this morning so I had confirmed what was put on his website yesterday:

  • he was released into a ‘bail hostel’ in Swansea under Draconian conditions
  • furthermore, he is on MAPPA level 3, i.e. he is considered to be as dangerous as top level terrorists
  • for him it means a repeat of the SHOOT TO KILL licence – when he was on MAPPA before.

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PREPARATION for Civil Court Case with Judge Seys Llewellyn

14 05 13 HMP Civil Court CaseTwo months after we delivered his laptop to HMP Cardiff, Maurice gets this letter from Mr Alex Reed, Head of Res & Services.

What ‘service’ did it take to deliver the laptop???

Will HHJ Seys Llewellyn be happy with this ‘prompt delivery’ and ‘enforcement of his judgement’?

Mind the gaps:

  • between ‘the law’ and its enforcement;
  • between HMCTS Cardiff and HMP Cardiff;
  • between HMCTS Wales and HMCTS England…

I.e. Yesterday Maurice received a document under his cell door that said he’d be in court in Bristol TODAY for… a BAIL APPLICATION. Here’s his sister’s report about why he refused to go.

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NO PERSECUTION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION – what Robert Green, Maurice Kirk (and others) have in common

Robert Green is the promoter of the Hollie Greig campaign which accuses the Scottish establishment of paedophilia and lack of Police investigation. Instead, Robert has been incarcerated in Scotland, as an Englishman, and despite his age of 68 and his heart condition – since 14 February 2014, with bail refused three times. Here’s a petition for you to sign to release him.

On his way between prison in Perth and court in Aberdeen he came up with the slogan NO PERSECUTION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION!

How significant on soo many levels in Scotland, Wales, England and, in particular, prisons!

Sounds familiar? Maurice has been inside since 14 October 2013 and was recently sentenced to 8 months on two charges. He has been trying to find legal representation for years. His cases should be consolidated and ‘packaged’ into one against South Wales Police, but:

  • as a Litigant in Person he lacks ‘equality of arms’ for starters;
  • even after years of studying the law, as many victims of white collar crimes have done, it is difficult to use the right procedures and present the right points in law;
  • legal professionals make ‘deals': they negotiate with each other;
  • barristers and judges write orders out before hearings;
  • who knows whether all evidence presented ever gets read – but it is the basis for charging ‘professional’ fees.

Crown Prosecutors have been found to be as corrupt as all other representatives of the legal profession.

At this point, it is clear that Maurice would be better off, if he were represented. But when the prison claims that Maurice didn’t want to see a barrister, you feel the arm of South Wales Police pulling all strings again.

The Government has lost control, says Maurice. Did it ever have it, I wonder?

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