Tag Archives: France

The Police State unites at least Wales and Bretagne – if not UK and EU

Once again, life writes stranger stories than any fiction would invent: Maurice went to pick up some of his files that he had taken to France for safety. But: his house was squatted, the squatters had used his antique furniture … Continue reading

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Imprisoned for ‘suspicion of having breached a restraining order’

No, you can’t make it up, and you can’t believe it either, for you can’t imagine it (unless it happens to you!): Maurice is subjected to over 7 months prison and psychiatric clinic because of ‘serious brain damage’ and ‘possibly … Continue reading

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Your friend is being hacked – the changeover from court wars to cyber wars!?…

Maurice has a friend who looks after his mail in France. This morning when he tried to send emails, a window popped up that said “your friend is being hacked”. He now can’t send or retrieve emails that he had … Continue reading

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Maurice is not alone: “Corrupt” South Wales Police in the firing line

Here is an article in the Guardian from October 2000, that starts with “Britain’s worst case of institutionalised corruption involving a single police force”… So far, I had learned about South Wales Police through the bullying and harassment that Maurice … 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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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Locals know that South Wales seems to be particularly bad in terms of how Law and Order have been replaced by “Crime and Disorder”.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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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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Welsh Resident Granted Protection from Extradition to the UK

This news release went out to my media list just now. But will media people find it newsworthy that Maurice is the first Englishman to obtain political asylum in France, since the French Revolution? Will they be curious about his … Continue reading

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