I'm new to "legalese" and have only read as many of Maurice's documents as I deemed necessary in the attempt to understand the big picture and to clean up his website so that I could promote it.
Today's 40-page "judgment on preliminary issues" is most fascinating reading. So far, it has revealed the following - in order of my consideration of significance and importance:
- to urge that, on principle, justice is most likely to be done if pre-access is had to all relevant documents is pointless, for it carries no weight in our adversarial system of law……”; to change the adversarial system into a truth-seeking one, is the campaign of the author of Our Corrupt Legal System
- “the one great principle of English Law is, to make business for itself…”; this principle is clearly working for solicitors, barristers and judges, especially when they're paid by the public purse or gravy train, as Maurice would put it; however, to draw out stages of argument such that an action for civil damages that tries to argue the malicious intent behind 18 years of harassment is clearly not in the interest of a litigant in person
- the word "principle" appears 48 times in the judgment. So I thought that his 'legal battles' now change into a 'battle of legal principles'; however, HHJ Seys Llewellyn mentions many principles without necessarily giving them names.
- So what are "principles of law"???
- Which are the principles at stake for Maurice?
- Which are the principles that HHJ Seys Llewellyn feels he needs to defend?
The essence of harassment is that it consists of more than one incident. Whether it has been dealt with in legal actions is irrelevant.They have all taken place. They are real.
Here is the core of my arguments:
- Given Maurice's medical condition, it is inhuman and barbaric to conduct any hearing. What prevents HHJ Seys Llelwellyn from ordering the release of the medical records from any of the 5 possible sources that we mention in our online petition?
- To go into the details of each incident is not nearly as important as to look at the overall picture of compounding the behaviour of harassment by South Wales Police:
"Public policy" cannot be used as an excuse when an "organisational policy" appears to be in operation, i.e. orders to target an individual in his place of residency and professional activity by a particular police force.
- motoring incidents
- false imprisonments
- the non-investigation of crimes
- MAPPA surveillance
- non-disclosure of critical documents
- the use of judges' discretion rather than judgements of a jury.
In all cited cases of precedence, the offenders are individuals rather than an organisation covering lots of individuals.
The Chief Executive of this organisation is likely to be part of the Association of Chief Police Officers who have a Memorandum of Understanding with the Law Society not to Investigate Crimes.
The only people benefitting from drawn out court procedures are the legal professionals involved. A litigant in person would like actions to be over and done with.
The fact that the harassment has been going on for such a long time is the reason for actions having been put before various courts for a long time - at a success rate of nearly 90% for Maurice!
Given the adversarial system, the sources of money for the legal profession and the extreme and unusual circumstances surrounding the litigant as well as the Police, Maurice is seriously disadvantaged.
The petition WANTED: Fair Trials and Compensation shows the Court of Public Opinion is distinctly in his favour, especially given the comments.
The petition Stop the Oppression of the British people also created lots of comments in the same spirit:
The three websites (in order of chronology) Room 14 - A Foundation for Change, Enforcement of Bank of England Act 1694 and Victims Unite! all paint a picture that acts as Court of Public Opinion instead of a jury and represent, in attitude, victims of legal oppression and manipulation, rather than justice and truth.
- the legal profession is not trustworthy any more
- the legal profession protects HM Partnership
- as a law enforcement agency to keep the Queen's peace and a professional oath of allegiance to HM The Queen, the Police is part of HM Partnership