The Anonymous children Northampton Borough Council: Corporate Abuse – Corporate Bullying. Children of African decent who make up the population of black British foster care children. Don’t Shoot The Messenger. Innocent or not…In the blink of an eye…I have lost my child. For … Continue reading
Posted in Care Proceedings, Family Law, IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE, President, President of the Family Division, Secret family courts, Sir Nicholas Wall
Tagged African decent, Anonymous, bbc, cover ups, IN THE MATTER OF MINOR G a Child in the Royal Court of Justice, Ngozi Angeline Godwell BSc. (Hon), police officer, The Anonymous children
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Silence Is The Deadliest Weapon Of Mass Destruction Join us at the High Court the Strand London on 23rd April where we will be naming and shaming corrupt judges, who dares wins! We will be there from the 23rd … Continue reading
Parents Against Injustice. Parents Rights Blog — WordPress. Parents Rights UK Establishment. PART 1- Family Court Crisis – Our Children at Risk. PART 2 – Family Court Crisis – Our Children at Risk. Principles underlying a civil appeals system. Public … Continue reading
Posted in Care Proceedings, News, Parental Rights, Private Law, Public Law, Sir Nicholas Wall
Tagged adopted, Bill Bowen, Child Protective Services, Civil Rights, Court of Appeal of England and Wales, cover ups, His Honour Judge Waine, Lord Justice Alan Ward, Ngozi Angeline Godwell BSc. (Hon), toward change, USA, Wikipedia, women
Parents Rights UK Establishment. ’What the public need to understand is that child stealing and other abuses against parents and children by the State can only take place where openness, transparency and free reporting in Family Court are suppressed. Bias, … Continue reading
Voices silenced by fear, because you are bullied & silenced by a public authority or government agency? Add your voice and be counted! Speak out and tell your story today. THE COLLECTIVE VOICE OF A DEMOCRACY Family Law Courts Family Mediation Explained … Continue reading
Posted in Care Proceedings, Child Welfare, Family Law, Increase Transparency in the Family Courts, Information, Parental Rights, Public Law
Tagged Canada, Child Protective Services, Children Aid Society, cover ups, Family Court
Sir Nicholas Wall President Family Division attacks the Secrecy Rules and then decides to break them himself. Using a bottle of vinegar.