This entry contains the following documents:
23 April, 2009: Letter to John Smith MP
19 March 2009: Email from Martyn Jones MP who is a member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons
7 April 2009: Maurice's response to Martyn Jones MP
John Smith MP, Labour Member for the Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales, UK.
House of Commons
23nd April 2009 Your Ref k/20
ABUSE of PROCESS
South Wales Police, Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons & Welsh Assembly
Dear Mr Smith,
Further to our constructive meeting on 21st I feel my complaints be narrowed, for the time being, to:
- 1. HM Attorney General's seven year investigation into having me certified as a vexatious litigant.
- 2. South Wales Police destruction of police records/revealing erroneous police records, contrary to Home Office Regulations, 45/1987 to the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and others.
- 3. Direct interference by MPs and AMs to have my name removed from the veterinary register using erroneous information. (My 6th March 2009 to you as a sample of some of their conduct)
Ministry of Justice and MP Malfeasance
HM Attorney General's seven year investigation re having me certified as a vexatious litigant
Bridgett Prentice MP 25th March letter to you, referring to me, on behalf of the Ministry of Justice, is not just insulting it is a deliberate act to protect the scandal surrounding a team of lawyers in some dingy back alley of Whitehall, all frantic to gain Brownie points if one of them can get me certified as a ‘vexatious litigant' and block both South Wales Police and Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons disclosure of public records.
Contrary to your indication it is your responsibility to ask why the following is going on?
- a. 7 years of tax payers' expense for what? What is the sinister reason behind all this?
- b. RCVS failed disclosure of evidence from my very own Barry clients on your patch, why?
- c. I left you on Tuesday to visit the Judicial Committee Offices of the Privy Council, Downing Street....oh, what a joke. None appeared to know to whom I complain for the Clerk of the Privy Council refusing to put my Humble Petition, about one member of RCVS refusing my application to practice, even going before their court or to go before the Privy Council while their Registrar simply refuses it in the recorded post!
- d. The 1966 Veterinary Surgeons Act clearly indicates, backed by your colleague, Martyn Jones MP in his 19th March 2009 letter, below, that the Privy Council have the power to intervene if abuse is occasioned by the current lot in the college, all enjoying immunity to criminal prosecution due to 1844 /1966 Royal Charters.
The PC cannot not if they do not know about it, can they, Mr Smith?
Statutory Instrument 2004 No. 1680
The Veterinary Surgeons and Veterinary Practitioners (Disciplinary Committee) (Procedure and Evidence) Rules Order of Council 2004
20.2 The applicant may submit with his application any documentary evidence which he wishes to have drawn to the attention of the Committee in support of his application, including references.
20.3 On receipt of an application to which this Rule applies, the application shall be listed for hearing within 3 months.
Mr David McClean MP just happened to be the other Member of Parliament lay member of the RCVS jury due to sit in a few weeks.
David McClean MP's warning to the RCVS was that my case, "needed to be ‘cast iron' or he would immediately seek a Judicial Review", "I decided to look at his website and I must admit it is bizarre". The Court of Appeal has sat on it for nearly a year!
[Internal RCVS mail information on MP/AM pressure obtained under the Data Protection Act]
19th March 2009
Dear Mr Kirk,
As a member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, and more importantly a member of the Disciplinary Committee, I cannot possibly get involved in any correspondence relating to any past or future involvement you may have with the Disciplinary Committee.
Any actions of the Disciplinary Committee are subject to appeal by the Privy Council and therefore this would be your resort if you have any concerns over the administration of discipline by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.
Martyn Jones MP
Martyn Jones MP
House of Commons
7th April 2009
Malfeasance and Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons
Thank you for your 19th March 2009 indication that all I need do is to apply to the Privy Council.
Both the Registrar to the Judicial Committee and Chief Clerk to the Privy Council have refused to lodge any of my applications before the Privy Council contrary to statute law.
Similarly, the chairman to the RCVS disciplinary committee, sitting alone, refuses my application to go before the RCVS court, again contrary to the 1966 Veterinary Surgeons Act and 2004 rules.
I wish to visit your constituency with the battle bus to see if you will take me seriously but in the first instance, seek an appointment with you at the House of Commons to serve the evidence.
Maurice J Kirk BVSc
Copy to John Smith MP, Registrar to the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons & http://www.kirkflyingvet.com/
Mr Smith, one member of the RCVS has just again refused to put my application to practice before the court. These are matters for a criminal court not our civil, money grubbing nonsense.
Just what are you prepared to do about the conduct of Bridget Prentice MP and her ‘Ministry of Justice', David McClean MP, Martyn Jones MP and Ms Randerson AM before many of us take the law into our own hands here in the Vale of Glamorgan?
Maurice J Kirk BVSc
Copy to http://www.kirkflyingvet.com/
NONE OF THIS CONTENT CLASHES WITH CURRENT JUDICIAL PROCESS