Highlights of the fight against court corruption

Part One

It is a shame that Social Services no longer try to keep families together and the public ARE UNAWARE of this.

“Evil is like cancer,when we fail to swiftly remove it then the whole body  is inevitably destroyed. This crippling infestation occurs individually as well as collectively as a group, a community & nation. The corruption that plagues society is a destroyer of public safety, peace & harmony,but when crime enters the arena of government, whether local,state or federal, it becomes especially diabolical & dangerous.” ~ cpscorruption.blogspot.com

Operation Rose Police Fight Back

“Police leading a huge but largely abortive child abuse inquiry denied yesterday they had encouraged false allegations and wrecked the lives of innocent teachers and care workers by “trawling” for evidence in children’s homes.  Dozens of professionals in the north-east, backed by MPs, have lodged complaints about the blunderbuss effect of the five-year Operation Rose that saw more than 200 people investigated but in the end only six convicted.  The £5m inquiry led to 558 claims of assault, rape and other sexual abuse from 277 residents or former residents of 61 care homes.

It is also important that people come to understand the failures of the family court do affect the population as a whole and this is just not a view belonging to a few people.  The general public still tend to believe that the family court system protects and promotes the rights of children and families. No!  Reform is not working and will never work, whilst those who are implementing policy are accountable to no one, if you are not strong enough to fight a system peppered with corruption. The recent reform reveals nothing has changed. This is why many are so happy about the recent phone hacking scandal happening here in the United Kingdom.  The public can not argue that Government is not an enterprise and its people come last!


About towardchange

Your ‘Family Rights’ believing in the best interest of children. The issues which are important to me are, children and their families, the injustices to parents, which may occur, because of inadequate information, mistakes or corruption. This is happening every day. every minute and every second. For years I have campaigned for the rights of children and their voices to be heard.
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