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October 2008 - Posts

About anything from Warrant for Arrest to our online petition demanding Fair Trials and Compensation, for Maurice and other victims, in the spirit of human rights. For first time visitors, a one-page summary is on a complementary and introductory blog. The latest video of a 12-minute interview with Maurice on Jersey in Dec 2010.

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Political asylum and protection from extradition granted - for the first time since the French Revolution, to a British citizen. See this post here.
  • Metropolitan Police Blocks RCJ Protest

    Islington Borough, North East London

    Whilst looking for a place to sleep in the car, before the Royal Courts of Justice Protest and Meeting with MPs, out of the dark came a police car with all blue lights flashing.......breathaliser..... police re enforcements.....Irishmen everywhere....enough paper thrown around and written on for a new threat on the Amazon rain forest .....then traffic wardens....more paper.....lose car key... Full Blog after the Court Case.....see photo gallery

  • House of Commons RCJ Protest Monday 20th October

    John Smith MP
    House of Commons

    16th Oct 2008

    Dear Mr Smith,

    There is another meeting at the House of Commons on Monday when we all hope to hear the progress so far from Mr Vince Cable's questions in the House concerning the current state of our courts and apparent lack of accountability for all who work there.

    Can we rely on your attendance?

    Yours sincerely,


    Maurice J Kirk BVSc



    Press Release

    Bankruptcies Used As Weapons Of Terror By Solicitors!

    Demonstration at the Royal Courts of Justice

    20 October 2008 against unscrupulous solicitors and the failure of the self-regulatory system to control them.
    Demonstration starts at 11.30 on Monday 20 October 2008 at the Royal Courts of Justice.  We will move on to the Law Society . From there we will make our way to Parliament . Committee Room No 13 has been booked at 3 o'clock not 4 so that Dr Vincent Cable and hopefully other MPs can address the meeting.

    After the meeting in Parliament the demonstration will move to Dean & Dean Solicitors to see Mr Shahrokh Mireskandai at 21 Gloucester Place. 

    The demonstration is open to all those who have been the victims of solicitors, in particular members of CASIA,  (Complaints Against Solicitors action for Independent Adjudication), SACL (Scotland Against Crooked Lawyers), Unjustis, and Liberty, (Wales Against Crooked Lawyers),  etc.


  • 'Rick on The Roof' Beaten Up in Hospital

    After 27 months protesting on his 'own roof', following dubious court cases that deprived him of his home, Rick was beaten up and "trussed up like a chicken", as he said, before being dragged off the roof by two Welshmen in the employ of others.

    The two Irishmen who had 'bought' the property at auction were also arrested at the scene. The Irishmen were questioned on the possible matter of 'attempted murder', but later released while a seach goes on for the two Welshmen. Rick was taken to Cardiff hospital before he appeared in Cardiff Magistrates on Wednesday morning charged with criminal damage.  When released on bail, Rick, still suffering from his head injuries, was soon back in hospital following a collapse on the road... Arrested again this morning and out again 3.30pm Thursday........full story later.

    Rick can be contacted on 07966523940

  • Rescue Stranded USA Aircraft

    Piper Pacer PA 20, 4 seater, in Puerto Rico needs being flown out of US airspace...... North, south, east or west does not matter.

    Piper Cubs in Maine and Texas need flying over the borders to Mexico and Canada for Maurice to retrieve.

    For Sale     4 aircraft in UK for £17,000 quick deal....Auster 6a, Minimax, 1940 Taylorcraft and  rare Pipestralle 2c

    to pay  for  rescue of Pacer and cubs in US A   tel mob +447966523940     home  +441446792109


  • Barbara Wilding Buzzes By

    Filed under:

    Tuesday was a somber day for the church service in the little Monmouthshire village of Skenfrith next to an old ruined Norman castle. It was in memory of a legend in the veterinary world, Alisdair Steele-Bodger CBE  MA BSc FRASE FRAgS FRCVS, our President in 1972-3. I had the honour to get to know him in the good old days of the college, when it was based in Belgrave Square, but that is another story, for another day! 

    The church was full of family, 'vets', past BVA presidents, friends and old farm clients from his working life in Staffordshire. Before the service, however, having left the wee cub in a nearby stubble field, I leaned over the river bridge while thinking back on the good years with dad in veterinary country practice. I spied the many trout and a 2lb grayling in the clear fast running water. "Must fly back with the rod next time and bring Kirstie for lunch in the pub", I thought. It only took 30 minutes to get there from St Donats castle, with a turbulent 30 knot tail wind, passing at least 5 more castles on the route. I could see from the air just why Henry V and King Richard had instilled so much hatred and apparent resentment into the locals, still very much evident today.

    Now the weather was inclement both ways causing me to have to land, on the way home, on the bank of the beautiful salmon river, the Usk, to look for 'go juice' or 'motion lotion', as brother Mike would call it, from the nearby Esso station.  Apart from coming face to face with an 'all working', singing and dancing live Russian tank, another story for later, the flying time from Skenfrith back to St Donats castle was 1 hour 25 minutes + with a ground speed, in gusts, down to 30 mph......memories of the Arabian desert in 2001 London to Sydney Air Race!.

    The old girl suffered significant carburettor icing with loss in engine power on both legs of the journey, pushing up the already high adrenalin blood titre and all was not yet over, for one wet and windy evening, as my letter to the South Wales Police Chief may suggest:

    Ms Barbara Wilding,
    Chief of South Wales Police,
    Bridgend Police HQ, South Wales,

    Thursday 2nd October 2008

    30th September 2008, Police Incident number:  [requested]

    Upon my arrival at St Donats, Llantwit Major, South Wales, in my aircraft I soon became aware of a helicopter in the immediate vicinity.  The police helicopter remained in the area for some time and then circled, low level, several times, sufficient for the horses to break through the fence in panic.

    At around 19.05 local I telephoned air traffic who imparted information. I also telephoned the police station who also imparted to me more disturbing information. I was then made to wait approximately 25 minutes on the telephone in order to get through to someone who could leave a message for the helicopter crew. I hoped I would receive information that may explain that their actions were reasonable. I have received no reply.

    In daylight of the 1st October 2008 I found one horse in the field in so much pain he had to be shot.

    As I am in court, yet again, against the South Wales Police on 3rd October 2008 on the very same issue of the helicopter and deliberate destruction of police records, can I have your personal assurance, this time, all records of the helicopter flight are preserved, including voice tapes, film footage, communications with Cardiff Air Traffic, on all frequencies, etc? At the last incident, when the helicopter was seen flying dangerously close to my Piper Cub, a ‘tail chase' across the Vale of Glamorgan, you refused to disclose any record of the event at all!

    When I regularly request, under CPR Part 31, disclosure and inspection of routine police records, I find your officers have conveniently destroyed them or cherry picked confidential police records to be revealed to the Royal College of Veterinary surgeons in support of your written complaint to have me struck off the veterinary register.

    In case there may be doubt, I enclose my now answered 11th September 2008 letter to my current Member of Parliament as summary of your past conduct and the current state of the UK's judiciary. Also enclosed is a rough copy, by way of e-mail attachment, of 5 of the current court actions for damages in various HM kangaroo courts around the land, should you, as the defendant, wish to deny later, having any knowledge of what has been going on, on your very own patch, for the past 16 years.


    Maurice J Kirk BVSc

    Copy to RCVS,
    John Smith MP, House of Commons