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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Jasmine Forrester, 11, killed by ‘mentally ill’ relative

Jasmine Forrester, 11, killed by ‘mentally ill’ relative

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Jasmine Forrester died at a house in Kent Road, Wolverhampton on 9 February.

At the start of his trial, Wolverhampton Crown Court heard Delroy Forrester inflicted 100 “catastrophic” injuries on his great niece.

The 51-year-old admits killing the girl but denies her murder on the basis he was “legally insane” at the time. Continue reading →


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Lord Mayor’s Deposit Guarantee Scheme



Lord Mayor’s Deposit Guarantee Scheme

(Mayor Joins Charities In Fight To Ensure No One Forced To Sleep Rough.)

Project summary

This scheme aims to help people who are in need of housing and on a low income afford to move into private rented accommodation.


Who is eligible?

Those considered to be: Non-statutory homeless, aged 18 or over, homeless or threatened with being homeless. Those receiving benefits, on a low income, or who has no savings or other source of financial assistance. Able to prove to the Lord Mayor’s Depos

Client services
  • Housing Benefit assistance
  • Deposit guarantee
  • Practical support for tenants (e.g. advice on setting up tenancy/deposit)

How are referrals made

To book an appointment please contact the Lord Mayor’s Deposit Guarantee Scheme at St Aldate’s Chambers. Continue reading →


A coalition of 18 charities has united for the first time and joined forces with the Mayor of London to launch a new campaign to help rough sleepers in the capital.

via Mayor Joins Charities In Fight To Ensure No One Forced To Sleep Rough.


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America #1 in Child Sex Trafficking and Pedophilia – CPS and Foster Care are the Pipelines


America #1 in Child Sex Trafficking and Pedophilia – CPS and Foster Care are the Pipelines

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by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News

Many Americans hold to a national pride that believes the United States is, or at least was, the greatest country in the world. Continue reading →


The negligence on the part of a group that is supposed to protect children is outrageous! 

Many have asked why the local media will not report on this story. That is a great question. The answer is pure speculation.

Are there financial connections?

via Alabama Child Protective Services Steals New-born Breast-feeding Baby from Rape Victim While Still at the Hospital.




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R (on the application of AR) (Appellant) v Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police and another (Respondents

Judgment date

30 Jul 2018

Neutral citation number

[2018] UKSC 47

Case ID

UKSC 2016/0144


Lord Kerr, Lord Reed, Lord Carnwath, Lord Hughes, Lord Lloyd-Jones Read full Judgment by clicking here→

The Times

Police forces can reveal whether individuals have been acquitted of criminal charges when issuing information for enhanced record checks, the supreme court has ruled.

The decision establishes new guidelines in balancing an individual’s right to privacy when applying for employment against the need to protect public safety.

The supreme court only granted permission to appeal in respect of the right to privacy and did not consider the presumption of innocence. We are now considering whether to make an application to the European court of human rights in respect of both these issues.”

Stefano Ruis, a solicitor at the law firm Hickman and Rose, said: “Today’s judgment represents another nail in the coffin for the presumption of innocence. [It] indicates support for the notion that the police do not need to believe that the allegation is more likely than not to be true when deciding whether to disclose it, even where the allegation led to an acquittal.

“This means that, even after being acquitted by a jury, an individual can still face the penalty of losing their job or employment prospects. After acquittal, there is little more an individual can do to prove their innocence and today’s decision accepts that such disclosure amounts to a killer blow for those in particular types of work.”

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On reflection, in the case of the original Stephen Lawrence murder investigation, the police refused to charge his murderers upon the advise of the Crown Prosecution Service.  Bearing that in mind, the belief would be Crown Prosecution Service believed the men who murdered Stephen Lawrence were innocent and there was no evidence to give rise to a charge by the police or prosecution in a Court of Law. Thereafter, the men in question enjoyed a good quality of life.

Stephen Lawrence’s mother did challenge the decision of the police for eighteen whole years, including a Private Prosecution., which she did lose. he fought them and did win.

Just, because Crown Prosecution Service decides to charge a person, does that mean they are indeed guilty and they have the evidence to prove a a crime did take place?

The Stephen Lawerence case proves one thing the Police tend to be corrupt as with the Crown Prosecution Service.


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Crown Proceedings Act 1947 


Crown Proceedings Act 1947 

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Proceedings to bring writs of mandamus and prohibition were always available against ministers, because their actions derive from the royal prerogative this had the effect of allowing proceedings for tort and contract to be brought against the Crown. Proceedings to bring writs.

Mandamus is a judicial remedy in the form of an order from a superior court, to any government subordinate court, corporation, or public authority—to do (or forbear from doing) some specific act which that body is obliged under law to do (or refrain from doing)—and which is in the nature of public duty, and in certain cases one of a statutory duty. It cannot be issued to compel an authority to do something against statutory provision. For example, it cannot be used to force a lower court to reject or authorize applications that have been made, but if the court refuses to rule one way or the other then a mandamus can be used to order the court to rule on the applications.

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Before the Act, the Crown could not be sued in contract. However, as it was seen to be desirable that Crown contractors could obtain redress, they would otherwise be inhibited from taking on such work, so a petition of right came to be used in such situations, especially after the Petitions of Right Act 1860 simplified the process.

Before the petition could be heard by the courts, it had to be endorsed with the words fiat justitia on the advice of the Home Secretary and Attorney-General.

Similarly, the Crown could not be sued in tort. The usual remedy was for the complainant to sue the public servant responsible for the injury. A famous example was the case of Entick v Carrington. The Crown usually indemnified the servant against any damages.

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Bishop of Rome: Pope Francis

Bishop of Rome: Pope Francis via Spurred by Pope Francis, Spain Charges 10 Priests In Country’s Largest Known Pedophilia Case. Incumbent: Francis since 13 March 2013 Style His Holiness Province Ecclesiastical Province of Rome Diocese Rome Cathedral Archbasilica of St. … Continue reading

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The Mess Created By Former American President Barrack Obama


The Mess Created By Former American President Barrack Obama


The Freedom of Information Act(FOIA), 5 U.S.C. § 552, is a federal freedom of information law that allows for the full or partial disclosure of previously unreleased information and documents controlled by the United States government.

via In reversal, Trump signs order stopping family separation.

No, the Government Did Not Make the Deadline to Reunify Children With Their Parents.

The Trump administration claimed in court filings Thursday evening that it had met the court-ordered July 26 deadline to reunite the children it wrongfully separated from their parents.

It did no such thing.

In fact, what the government did was reunite upwards of 1,500 children it deemed eligible for reunification and whose parents it could find. Hundreds of children were not reunited for a variety of reasons. Some 463 parents were deported without their children — and the government isn’t even trying to reunite them — and the administration said it doesn’t know the identities of the parents of 40 children.

What’s worse, until last Friday, the government did not provide the ACLU with lists of the most vulnerable families in our class — the ones who are at risk of imminent deportation. The lack of notification is particularly egregious because the Trump administration has said that it plans to immediately deport all of the parents who have final deportation orders once they are reunified, even though evidence suggests that many of those parents may have mistakenly given up their asylum claims. We and our allies are now working to get these families connected with lawyers, so that they can make decisions based on sound advice, rather than misleading or confusing information from immigration officers.  Continue reading →

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#AGreenRoad Project – Central Banks Are Too Big To Fail And Too Corrupt To FIx Or Bring Anyone To Justice…


 #AGreenRoad Project – Central Banks Are Too Big To Fail And Too Corrupt To FIx Or Bring Anyone To Justice…


Banks have become a global empire unto themselves, and are now ‘too big to fail’.

Because they are so large, they have also become corrupted to the point where even the Vatican bank has been caught dealing with shady underworld characters and worse. The CIA uses shady banks such as HSBC to conduct deals that they otherwise couldn’t in a legal way. Huge banks are also the money changers for drug dealers and arms dealers who bring in suitcases full of cash.  Of course, all of these enterprises are based on a foundation of death, suffering and moral decay, so there is no good outcome to any of it.

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Northern Ireland Paedophile Hunters


Northern Ireland Paedophile Hunters



An alleged ‘paedophile hunter’ has admitted breaching his bail conditions which banned him from being on social media.

Father-of-three David Foster (28), with an address at Orkney Drive in Ballymena, is alleged to have committed the breach by being on Snapchat in the early hours of Sunday.

The defendant was originally granted bail after he appeared in court earlier this year charged with 10 offences including false imprisonment of three males; intimidation and attempted intimidation of individuals from their homes and employment and criminal damage to a man’s jacket.

The charges relate to dates in the first three months of this year and the charge sheets show there was an attempt to intimidate a man from his home in Newcastle, Co Down.

In April this year, the defendant had been released on bail with conditions including having no access to a mobile device with a capability beyond voice calls and simple text messaging. Continue reading →


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Prince Charles will give evidence at child sex abuse inquiry — Metro

Prince Charles will give evidence at an inquiry into the handling of a child sexual abuse case involving a paedophile bishop. The Prince of Wales’ written submission will be read out next Friday at the final day of the hearing into how the Church of England managed the case of 86-year-old Peter Ball. Ball, who…

via Prince Charles will give evidence at child sex abuse inquiry — Metro

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