13th article by Christopher Booker in The Telegraph

Lord Justice Wall takes on an alarming child-snatching case

This seems to be a classic instance of the way social workers make a crashing initial mistake, then add ever more questionable allegations to defend their blunder.

His eighth article appeared before Christmas last year:

18 Dec 2010
Does this family have human rights?
Social workers persist in their cruel treatment of an innocent family

Quote from this article:

“A council whistleblower has said that, at a recent case conference, the social workers admitted that maybe they had made a mistake, and that the mother they had falsely accused was in fact devoted and blameless. But apparently, because of “press interest” in the case, the officials agreed that the council could not afford the very damaging publicity which might follow if the unhappy children were reunited with their parents.
It was therefore vital that the council should continue to justify its actions.”

Here is the full list of articles.

Meanwhile, Maurice Kirk who acted as McKenzie Friend in two court hearings for the Musas is on hunger strike in HMP Cardiff “until he is taken seriously” has not telephoned for two days and we are asking for help and support.

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About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is www.smartknowledge.space
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