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Twelve weeks imprisonment: how victims are being criminalised, while criminals occupy the moral high ground

English: Aminetou Haidar visiting former Nelso...

English: Aminetou Haidar visiting former Nelson Mandela cell in Robben Island prison, South Africa.  (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

It all boils down to communication: in writing and in person, speaking legalese and using common sense. But the playing field is far from being fair:

  • when Police force you to leave your home, something must be ‘fishy’
  • when you discover one fraudulent act after the other, you wonder about the difference between law and ‘law enforcement’
  • when you end up not only made homeless, but also being bankrupted, you need to become a Nelson Mandela to transcend your emotions of pain and fury
  • while trying to be rational, you study the law, but you are not being heard, for “they” are not interested in acting according to The Rule of Law: neither the judiciary, nor the Police or court staff
  • the ‘establishment’ is sticking together, protecting each other in their jobs with their pensions and perks.

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Who’s on Trial: CPS, Police, Land Registry, Insolvency Service, Financial Institutions or a Lone Litigant in Person?

You can’t make it up, but life always writes more dramatic stories than anybody could invent:

  • it all started when 30 policemen deprived Mr and Mrs Ebert from their home in 2000
  • it ended up with Mr Ebert spraying his name on that house in 2011
  • this led to next week’s trial scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday, 6th and 7th June in Wood Green Crown Court: Court 8 with Judge Ader and two Magistrates.

Some of the evidence that Mr Ebert will present is this remarkable transcript of the previous hearing that omits the names of both judge and crown prosecutor.

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