DEAR MEPs: Please ensure Seven Action Points for Petitions Committee of EU Parliament

Sabine Kurjo McNeill:

I will have the Musa drama in my mind as long as I campaign against forced adoptions. The hearing to adopt their youngest kids was scheduled to coincide with our Brussels meeting!…

Originally posted on No Punishment without Crime or Bereavement without Death!:

19 March 2014 will be forever memorable for all of us (some 30) who were in Brussels. My unsorted, uncommented photos are here .

Here’s the official video where Committee business is on the agenda, before individual petitioners make their plea and I present Abolish Forced Adoptions without Parental Consent on behalf of 1,000 children taken into ‘care’ every month.

Here’s the 3-minute summary that Portuguese TV put together:

Here’s the video of my 6-minute presentation.

It was accompanied by these 9 slides.

And these are the seven action points mentioned during the meeting of the Petitions Committee of the EU Parliament:

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MEPs must investigate this child-snatching scandal: conclusion of pilgrimage to Brussels

Before travelling to Brussels, we put this press release together.

There and then, we had the benefits of

  •          A 3-minute clip produced by Portuguese TV as an overview of the day;

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HOW CAN ONE take this charade seriously? When judges deliver “justice” by covering each other

The Royal Courts Of Justice - The Strand - London

The Royal Courts Of Justice – The Strand – London (Photo credit: nick.garrod)

You must see it to believe it:

  • this antiquated system of heartless people behaving as in Kafka’s and Orwell’s writing – ‘just doing their job’ as ‘professionals’, while we are all unpaid, but passionate ‘amateurs’;
  • this utter pretence and show at the expense of real [imprisoned] people whom they never see, let alone hear; in fact it is USUAL for prisoners NOT to be there for their appeals;
  • the preference given to cover-ups of crimes than to real investigation, actual evidence and proper examinations – first in family courts and then in criminal courts – most eminently experienced by Maurice J Kirk BVSc who helped the Musas as McKenzie Friend big time.

Sir Brian Leveson, the President of the Queen’s Bench Division had been replaced by Lady Justice Macur DBE. HHJ Griffith-Jones was just sitting there, while Mrs Justice Thirlwall DBE read out what she and the other judges supposedly had read and deliberated: there was NOTHING to any of the grounds for appeal that Barrister Owusu had masterly drafted.

Supposedly, all the papers before the court HAD been read… Our six-page Witness Statement, however, was not taken into account. We are not part of the Club. But McKenzie Friends have become a ‘talking point’ in the Legal Services Consumer Panel!

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MUSA LEAVE for APPEAL ADJOURNED until Friday 21 February – can we do more than pray?

Spin Dry vs. Leveson

Spin Dry vs. Leveson (Photo credit: dullhunk)

Three judges were sitting to decide what to do with the application to ask for permission to appeal the judgement and sentence by two barristers: Ms Raana Sheikh and David Owusu who were working pro bono. They are used acquittals and not having to appeal, they said.

Sir Brian Leveson of Leveson inquiry fame besides Mrs Justice Thirlwall and HHJ Lewis who mainly watched “the people at the back of the court.” Six of us with a seventh supporter coming at the wrong time.

It’s a strange situation:

  • the defendants don’t have an automatic right to be present;
  • a McKenzie Friend had informed the Court that Mr Owusu was sacked – he therefore could not speak on behalf of the father;
  • at least not before he visited him in HMP Maidstone. Hence the adjournment.

The December hearing was cancelled because the mother had sacked her barrister. But the Court insisted in her being represented by a barrister.

A new legal team could only be assembled once leave to appeal is granted.

Meanwhile, McKenzie Friends are doing their best to make sense of the situation until next Friday. Continue reading

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LIGHTS in the MUSA TUNNEL? Possible criminal hearing Feb 12 & secret adoption hearing Mar 19

The Royal Courts of Justice Sign, London

The Royal Courts of Justice Sign, London (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Once again: real life tells far more un-believable stories than any fiction that comes from Hollywood. But fiction is meant to brainwash sheeple.

We are here to shine some light into areas of darkness that are too evil to contemplate, really.

If you want to join us at the Royal Courts of Justice in Court 5 next Wednesday, please check first on http://www.justice.gov.uk/courts/court-lists/list-cause-rcj#COA-Criminal The barristers are asking for an adjournment, for they had only six days to prepare!

The hearing in March will be secret and coincides with us presenting our petition Abolish Adoptions without Parental Consent to a special meeting of the EU Committee. Seasoned victims know that the scheduling of court hearings to coincide such that supporters cannot support each other, is part of the way in which those in power ensure that they are never wrong. See my latest post on behalf of one of the biggest Musa supporters.

Fortunately, the web and my computer have better memories than any filing cabinet of papers:

  1. one of the Musa supporters discovered that HHJ Patrick, the judge in the staged criminal case of fabricated allegations, is also an ordained priest, i.e. in ‘competition’ with Bishop Gloria Musa
  2. he was also a co-founder of the Marriage Foundation, together with Dame Butler-Sloss
  3. Dame Butler-Sloss is very well known among paedophilia experts and was President of the Family Courts at some time.

Here she apologises in the House of Lords for lying about Fathers for Justice: Continue reading

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OPEN LETTER to Haringey Council by McKenzie Friend re consular access to children

Paul Randle-Jolliffe has been involved as a McKenzie Friend (lay legal advisor) with the Musa case long before I tried to help.

Here he writes to Haringey’s Children’s Care Services reminding them of the many times they ignored or transgressed the law, especially their Social Workers and Police Officers. He also criticises judges but according to John Hemming MP, the only MP who consistently stands up for this cause, Parliament is the only authority for them, but it doesn’t exercise this privilege.

The trigger was Sir James Munby’s judgement regarding a Slovak boy that resulted in the Daily Mail reporting: UK Courts must not decide fate of foreign children.

He mentions the pilot Maurice J Kirk BVSc whose arrest is held against him for not attending court! That is in Cardiff where he is wrongfully imprisoned; but Wales seems to be particularly bad.

But, actually, every case seems to be the worst and every council seems to be particularly bad…

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COURT 4 HEARING tomorrow CANCELLED – after a tiny victory in Court 18 today

20131205_135206[1]This is just to let all of you supporters know that the hearing will NOT take place for the following reasons:

1) The Registrar had not been consulted on the constitution of the Court prior to the matter being listed ie he wanted to be in a position to approve the presiding judge’s appointment (ie the judge who is effectively in the position to determine the outcome of the appeal.)

2) Apparently the presiding judge who had been chosen had to recuse himself as his wife had had dealings with the Family Court matter.

3) In addition in the last few days the Appeal Court had received submissions from both Gloria and Chiwar Musa advising the court that they did not wish their current legal team to represent them, the office having also been contacted by Chiwar Musa to advise that he was in the process of submitting a 30 page document to the court and that this would have to be considered by the case lawyer before a decision was made on how to proceed. Continue reading

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