The Analogy Of The Unknown


The Analogy Of The Unknown

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Last updated on Friday 5th August 2016 15:13

The word analogy:
  1. a comparison between one thing and another, typically for the purpose of explanation or clarification.
    “an analogy between the workings of nature and those of human societies”

It almost seems like they were taught in school how to offend every moral fiber of rightness kindness justice goodness that is left in humanity, and twist and distort all of our culture into something unfathomably evil that promotes denigration, alienation, disenfranchisement of mothers at every level leaving no stone upturned and no mind unpolluted.
The fact is the family court, criminal courts and civil courts are very quickly being exposed due to technology,  in western cultures like United Kingdom, United States of America , Australia,  European Union, New Zealand, the justice system has become known as two things:

1 justice system, justice only is given to some often financial or bias.

2 there is no such thing in truth and justice its about a dirty game people play in a court room. Often our worst offenders in society (psychopaths) sit in judgement, you may start to hear the term systems of psychopathy.

 

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Dozens Of CPS Caseworkers Caught Lying, Falsifying Documents


Dozens Of CPS Caseworkers Caught Lying, Falsifying Documents When Child Protective Services received a complaint that a Harris County father had choked his teenage daughter, caseworker Michelle Robinson said she hurried to the house, conducted a thorough investigation, determined there … Continue reading

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Names And Addresses Of Some Judges


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The Ultimate Measure Of A Person 

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The Ultimate Measure Of A Person “The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy,” from Dr. King’s Strength to Love collection … Continue reading

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There Is No Legal Recognition Of A‘Common Law’ Husband Or Wife


 

George Oswick and Gumeie Omeben

George Oswick and Gumeie Omeben

Gumeie Omeben

Gumeie Omeben

Humanist Marriage Ceremonies – Commons Library Standard Note   Published 07 January 2015 The Marriage Act 1949 (as amended) provides for civil marriage; marriage according to the rites a…

Source: Humanist Marriage Ceremonies – Commons Library Standard Note

 

At present, humanist marriage ceremonies do not have legal force and the parties must have an additional ceremony (for example, at a register office) for the marriage to be legally valid. The British Humanist Association has campaigned for the law to be changed to allow humanist celebrants to conduct legal marriages.

Second marriages

I got married overseas, is my marriage valid?

Marriages which have taken place overseas (i.e. outside the United Kingdom) will only be legally recognised in English law if they are legally recognised in the country where they took place and also according to the domicile of the parties. The domicile of a person is the country whose laws that person must comply with in certain matters, such as marriage and divorce law. It usually relates to where you were born and brought up, although it can also relate to other factors.

For example, if you and your husband got married in Nigeria in a legally recognised ceremony according to the laws of Nigeria and were both born, raised and settled in Nigeria, it is likely that your marriage would be recognised in English law.

This is a complex subject and if you are not sure about your domicile it is important to seek legal advice. http://rightsofwomen.org.uk/get-information/family-law/marriage/

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George Oswick

How hard is it to get a piece of paper saying you’re legally married?

Court weddings aren’t like traditional weddings. No one exchanging money and throwing cow piss on anyone. Just nod your head and sign the damn paper.

You just need an official marriage license with your name, wife’s name, and two witnesses.

You will need your passport or ID to reserve a court date and time and make sure that you show up on time or you will have to reschedule again.

There are three types of Marriages recognized in Nigeria –
1. The Court Wedding
2. The Church / Nikai wedding
3. The traditional / customary weddings

That the traditional wedding is recognised is not enough, you need to ensure that you carry out the required documentations which means in this case, that you would get the Marriage Certificate form the Local Government office or the traditional ruler of your village. Note that since 1994, the marriage certificates in use in Nigeria has been harmonised and are the same for all the 3 types of weddings.

N v D (Customary Marriage) [2015] EWFC 28

Court finds customary Nigerian marriage ceremony proved on facts, and rules that this gave rise to a valid marriage in English  law. The couple are Nigerian.  Continue reading →

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Ending Rapists Parental Rights When A Child Is Conceived During Rape


  Ending Rapists Parental Rights When A Child Is Conceived During Rape Parental Rights Abuses People are always dumbfounded to learn this fact: under Maryland state law, men who impregnate women in the course of sexually assaulting them actually have … Continue reading

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Former Northamptonshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Adam Simmonds Appeared In Court On A Charge


 

Former Northamptonshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Adam Simmonds Appeared In Court On A Charge

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Andrew Simmonds is aged 39, of Northcote Road, Leicester, appeared at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday 18th October 2016.

After a thorough review of the evidence the Crown Prosecution Service have decided to charge Adam Simmonds with one offence of breaching the Data Protection Act 1998.

Northampton Chronicleand Echo Thursday 2 April 2015.

Former Northamptonshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Adam Simmonds says he feels unreasonably treated by the Independent Police Commission (IPCC).

REALLY?
Is the man taking the piss or what?
I turned the page to read a different article.

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Former county PCC to appear in court. Northants Herald & Post Thursday 15th September 2016. issue 1988

By | Fri 21st December 2012 – 11:21 libdemvoice.org

The reality in several areas is that many are hitting the headlines for the wrong reasons, and nowhere is this truer than in the case of Adam Simmonds.

Is one of Britain’s first Police and Crime Commissioners and the first to appear in court. On 18th October 2016 he is accused of passing information about Tory MP Peter Bone to friends in the Conservative Party.

Adam Simmonds, 39, denied disclosing information relating to a criminal investigation into the Wellingborough MP when he appeared at Westminster Magistrates’ Court.

He’s accused of passing information about a criminal investigation into Mr Bone to Tory colleagues between November 2013 and May 2014, while he was still in his role.

The alleged breach took place between November 2013 and May 2014, when Simmonds was still in his role as Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), and is said to involve him passing the information to colleagues inside the Conservative Party.  (Article from http://www.mirror.co.uk on 18th October 2016)

Mark Harries, defending for Simmonds, indicated that his client would plead not guilty to the charge and the case was sent to Southwark Crown Court.

My investigation found:

The hearing took place in the Southwark Crown Court on Tuesday 15th November 2016 at 09.50hrs – 10.04hrs. No plea was entered and a dismissal hearing is to be heard in the same court, date of Monday 23rd January 2017.

 

@HMICgov released their ratings for @NorthantsPolice Legitimacy & Leadership today. Read here: https://www.justiceinspectorates.gov.uk/hmic/northamptonshire/

 

 

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Criminal Law Act 1967 c.58


 

Criminal Law Act 1967 c.58

Common law, section 3 of the Criminal Law Act 1967 states that

Self-Defence Of Property In English law The defence of property is a common method of justification used by defendants who argue that they should not be held liable for any loss and i…

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An Act to amend the law of England and Wales by abolishing the division of crimes into felonies and misdemeanours and to amend and simplify the law in respect of matters arising from or related to that division or the abolition of it; to do away (within or without England and Wales) with certain obsolete crimes together with the torts of maintenance and champerty; and for purposes connected therewith.

[21st July 1967]

 

Arrest without warrant. 2. — (1) The powers of summary arrest conferred by the following subsections shall apply to offences for which the sentence is fixed by law or for which a person (not previously convicted) may under or by virtue of any enactment be sentenced to imprisonment for a term of five years (or might be so sentenced but for the restrictions imposed by section 33 of the Magistrates’ Courts Act 1980)] and to attempts to commit any such offence; and in this Act, including any amendment made by this Act in any other enactment, “arrestable offence” means any such offence or attempt.
[The said restrictions are those which apply where, in pursuance of subsection (2) of section 22 of the said Act of 1980](certain offences to be tried summarily if value involved is small) a magistrates’ court summarily convicts a person of a scheduled offence within the meaning of [the said section 22].
(2) Any person may arrest without warrant anyone who is, or whom he, with reasonable cause, suspects to be, in the act of committing an arrestable offence.
(3) Where an arrestable offence has been committed, any person may arrest without warrant anyone who is, or whom he, with reasonable cause, suspects to be, guilty of the offence.
(4) Where a constable, with reasonable cause, suspects that an arrestable offence has been committed, he may arrest without warrant anyone whom he, with reasonable cause, suspects to be guilty of the offence.
(5) A constable may arrest without warrant any person who is, or whom he, with reasonable cause, suspects to be, about to commit an arrestable offence

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Foster Care The Child Welfare System


Foster Care The Child Welfare System

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Two state agencies have placed a moratorium on sending youths in their custody to Good Shepherd Services, a Baltimore County residential treatment center cited by regulators for not providing proper supervision after one patient reported being sexually assaulted and others showed signs of overdose after taking medicine stolen from a medical cart (www.baltimoresun.com).

 

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As most child welfare stakeholders will tell you, the general public has a lot of empathy for kids who are in foster care, but very little empathy for the parents. 

Stephanie Wang-Breal

 

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A shocking look at the child welfare system

Disarm Parental Predators They can create an illusion of  caring for children in the name of the family court system.

 

Foster care is the term used for a system in which a minor who has been made a ward is placed in the private home of a state certified caregiver referred to as a “foster parent”.  The s…

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Within reach of adoption, toddler dies while in foster care

Aedyn Agminalis, died Dec. 11 while under the care of the state. The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office is conducting an investigation into the toddler’s death.

TAMPA — After about five months in foster care, and just weeks away from a new home with adoptive parents in North Carolina, little Aedyn Agminalis was rushed to the emergency room.

The 17-month-old boy arrived at St. Joseph’s Hospital for Children unresponsive and with signs of head injuries, according to information given to his adoption agency by a social worker. He suffered cardiac arrest, bleeding on the brain and acute respiratory failure. 

 

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Abduction or Adoption?

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  Abduction or Adoption?   Child laundering is a scheme whereby intercountry adoptions are effected by illegal and fraudulent means. It may involve the trafficking of children, the acquisition of children through monetary arrangements, deceit and/or force. The children may then be … Continue reading

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Foster Care In California

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Foster Care In California Summary California’s foster care system, responsible for about 63,000 children and youth who  have been removed from their homes because of maltreatment or neglect, has made some remarkable advances in the last decade. Foster care is an … Continue reading

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Children’s Services In Spending Review Exposes Government’s Hollow Rhetoric

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  Children’s Services In Spending Review Exposes Government’s Hollow Rhetoric More broadly, the Local Government Association (LGA) has said central government funding for local councils will fall by 24% by 2019-20, a £4.1 billion cut, which occurs in the context … Continue reading

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Fight The Enemy: Parents Rights Blog


Fight The Enemy: Parents Rights Blog

“If you still fight the enemy over your things, you may become distracted and fail to guard what he really is trying to destroy in your life – your faith, your hope and your love. For if your faith fails, you won’t have anything to bring about a conversion in your life. Your faith has to be not only the thing you fight over, but also the thing that you fight with – not your temper, not your wit – but your faith.”

~ Kent Wormley

Source: In Propria Persona (Person).

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