Tag Archives: Wales

THREE REASONS for Bail: Fabricated Police Forensics, All Clear Brain Scan, Appalling Conditions for Litigant in Person

In this latest bail application Maurice puts it in a nutshell why, really, he should NOT be kept in HMP Cardiff any more. In fact, the prison don’t WANT him any more, as he’s complaining too much! But then the … Continue reading

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FROM inside HMP Cardiff: Welcome to Perfidious Albion or Filthy Britain…

Maurice is ‘inside’ once again – since 14 October: without charge or conviction, on the wing for ‘lifers’, treated like one of the worst criminals. Albeit ‘on remand’, he is not given any rights whatsoever and one wonders: WHO benefits? … Continue reading

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LORD LEVESON to hear Maurice’s Application at The Criminal Court of Appeal sitting at Cardiff Crown Court on 14th March 13

Dear Maurice Kirk I have read your latest posting entitled Lord Leveson to hear Maurice’s Application at The Criminal Court of Appeal sitting at Cardiff Crown Court on 14th March 13 on http://kirkflyingvet.com/blogs/legal/archive/2013/03/10/lord-leveson-to-hear-maurice-s-application-at-the-criminal-court-of-appeal-sitting-at-cardiff-crown-court.aspx and have just posted this as a comment: In … Continue reading

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Police misconduct database needed, says lawyer Stuart Hutton

Good news on the BBC News Wales: (with my emphasis added, while I seriously wonder whether it might make ANY difference to Maurice in his cell where he is incredibly and most unlawfully hindered from carrying out his court cases!…) … Continue reading

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“Scandalising a Judge” may be out of date, suggests Peter Hain MP’s lawyer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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I am an unconvicted Political Prisoner and will continue my hunger strike

This is one of the texts I received from Maurice in his cell where he is in bad shape: walking now difficult and hip and ankle hurt after assault in cells on 4th April and still no-one will come clean … Continue reading

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Is Maurice Kirk doomed to die in Prison? Refused Glasses, Bail and any other Human Rights…

Maurice has been in prison since 22nd December. On remand. But without any charges in writing. There had been a warrant for arrest for him and he was arrested when he was attending a hearing for the Musas whose six … Continue reading

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Some call it “Justice” and the “Right to Fair Trial”: Draconian Prison Conditions to Stop Litigations

You can tell from Maurice’s recent phone calls how frustrated he is how impossible it is for him to defend himself as Litigant in Person how Prison, Police, Courts and Judges in South Wales all seem to act in unison … Continue reading

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The less and less Credible Rule of Law and the Cruel Power of Law Enforcement

The Law is only as good as the integrity of those entrusted to administrate it. Maurice sprayed his insight on the wall of his veterinary surgery in Guernsey, over twenty years ago. When I last spoke to him, he seemed … Continue reading

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It’s the Whistleblower Treatment: first prison, then sectioning, to avoid trials of “landmark cases”, especially juries!

The more cans of worms I open, the more I do wonder where our efforts will lead to. But, as The Psalm of Life by Henry Longfellow reveals most beautifully, it’s not about achieving a goal: it’s about our footprints … Continue reading

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