Search results matching tags 'Cardiff County Court' and 'news release',news+release&orTags=0Search results matching tags 'Cardiff County Court' and 'news release'en-USCommunityServer 2007 SP2 (Build: 20611.960)10 09 23: Kept Fighting, while wounded in legal battles, 23 Sep 2010 10:51:00 GMTc7306cf9-8c9b-4f2c-8f21-f8b2637dc339:1570SabineKMcNeill<p><b>Flying Vet ruled unfit for trial but fit for Preliminary Matters<br /></b> </p><p>In his case before Cardiff County Court, Maurice Kirk, the Flying Vet,  charges South Wales Police with countless false imprisonments, malicious prosecutions and failure to investigate crimes against him, his family, surgery and law courts, in particular, the court of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. However, his hip replacement, scheduled for July 22nd, is still awaiting the release of medical reports by the Police’s Psychiatric Clinic in Bridgend. Meanwhile he is on morphine sulphate and other pain killers. Hence Judge Seys Llewellyn QC adjourned the trial, which, due to its complexity, is planned to last for 10 weeks, for six months. Until then, however, Mr Kirk is ruled to be fit enough to defend himself talking law about preliminary matters. <br /><br />On trial day 9, September 20th 2010, Mr Kirk was told about a number of shortcomings in his pleadings, while the essential challenges have yet to be met: (1) key witnesses Dr. Tegwyn Williams of Caswell Clinic, and Barbara Wilding, former Chief Constable of South Wales Police have not responded to subpoena witness orders; (2) executive summaries of MAPPA (Multi-Agency Protection Arrangement between Prison, Probation and Police) meetings are in the hands of Judge Seys Llewellyn QC but not Mr Kirk, who learned following a court order that he had been categorised MAPPA level 3 from June 2009 until December 2009; (3) medical records need to be released urgently to allow for his delayed hip operation to take place. <br /><br />Mr Kirk has been jailed 20 times and spent 12 weeks in Caswell Clinic, where he was diagnosed with supposedly incurable brain damage and possibly cancer. These medical records are now required by his surgeons for an urgent hip replacement. On trial day 9 the judge did not address the issue. <br /><br />"We have been following your ‘trials and tribulations’ with some sadness here in Florida. So sad that your own country men would treat one of the last true British Explorers with such cruelty and stupidity. Please know that at least all the tail dragger pilots in the world are rooting for sanity to prevail in your case.” Tom Frohne, Florida <br /></p><p><b>CONTACT  <br /></b>Maurice J Kirk on 07907 937 953, <br />Sabine K McNeill on 07968 039 141 or in Germany 0049 33876 90166, email<br /><br /><b>EDITORS' NOTES<br /></b>1. <a href="">The Forum for Stable Currencies</a> campaigns to comply with the rule of law, see also  <br />2. <a href="">Victims Unite!</a> and <a href="">Flying Vet challenges South Wales Police</a> are published by <a href="">Sabine K McNeill <br /></a> </p>