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“Scandalising a Judge” may be out of date, suggests Peter Hain MP’s lawyer

Now the message has also reached Wales: Peter Hain, MP for Neath and Port Talbot, is being prosecuted for criticising a High Court judge in his autobiography. Well, so far, 151 MPs are asking for the case to be dropped … Continue reading

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There may be justice in one year’s time – after 20 years of harassment, imprisonment and other criminal acts

This six-page judgement reflects the current state of some 20 years of bullying, harassment and more criminal acts that led to striking off the Register of Veterinary Surgeons 4 months of fraudulent imprisonment 3 months in a psychiatric clinic besides … Continue reading

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Human Rights for a Prisoner on Remand in HMP Cardiff?

What are human rights for when they get ignored? Human Rights activist Norman Scarth faxed an admirable document to the Prison Governor. What are laws for when they are not being complied to? It’s like patents: you buy yourself the … Continue reading

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