FW: How MPs support Victims of Financial Exploitation and Legal Oppr

From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2011-01-22 17:18:40

#ygrps-yiv-1807425902 { MARGIN:0px;FONT-FAMILY:Verdana;BACKGROUND:#ffffcb;COLOR:#000;FONT-SIZE:12px;} #ygrps-yiv-1807425902 TABLE { COLOR:#000;FONT-SIZE:1em;} #ygrps-yiv-1807425902 .ygrps-yiv-1807425902body_msg { TEXT-ALIGN:center;PADDING-BOTTOM:5px;PADDING-LEFT:5px;WIDTH:100%;PADDING-RIGHT:5px;COLOR:#000;FONT-SIZE:10px;PADDING-TOP:5px;} #ygrps-yiv-1807425902 .ygrps-yiv-1807425902body_msg A { COLOR:#000;} This sounds similar to what has happened to David Raymond Amos… From: Forum for Stable Currencies [mailto:sabine@3d-metrics.co…] Sent: 22 January 2011 14:45To: ad.johnson@ntlworld….Subject: How MPs support Victims of Financial Exploitation and Legal Oppression You are receiving this e-mail for (EMAIL) as a registered user. If if doesnt display correctly, please click here (online) . News Release Lewis Nicholson[1] who is suffering from cancer, will be among the victims hoping for support from MPs on Tuesday, January 25th, when a meeting of the Forum for Stable Currencies[2] will be held in Committee Room 16, from 2 to 4pm. However, his case of being defrauded by NatWest and the misconduct of solicitors is far from being the worst. In terms of commercial value, the bankruptcy of David Fabb Holdings[3], even though solvent, is assumed to be the worst. In terms of multi-agency harassment, Maurice J Kirk BVSc[4] who is currently in asylum in France is bound to be the most spectacular one. These samples of “white collar crime” will be the subject of discussion, as the Government promises that its Economic Crime Agency will take white collar crime as seriously as any other. However, Victims wonder whether their concerns will be covered: regarding victims of fraud and legal oppression o       there is no effective remedy for criminal actions by lawyers, solicitors and barristers o       there is no access to justice, let alone a fair trial o  litigants in person are a thorn in the eye of the legal profession, and are given an undue hard time regarding the legal profession: o  the Rule of Money is more important than the Rule of Law o  decisions, affecting the victim, are taken despite the victim’s excused absence o  overcharging seems to be standard practice with respect to complaints procedures o  the Police is unwilling to investigate white-collar criminal activities o  the Law Society’s Legal Complaints Service (LCS) seems to exist mainly to protect its members o  the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) is as ineffective as the Police in its investigations o  reporting of fraud is so complex that Early Day Motion 516[5] has been tabled to bring the issue to the attention of Parliament with respect to the funding of justice o       public funds serve to feed the legal profession, but not to pay restitution to victims.   Besides Austin Mitchell MP, Chairman of the Forum for Stable Currencies, Nic Dakin MP, Pat Glass MP, John McDonnell MP, John Hemming MP and a researcher for Caroline Lucas MP as well as Lord Sudeley, co-founder of the Forum and Lord Ahmed, the current host, are expected.For more information, please contact: Sabine McNeill on 07968 039 141. [1] loveforlife.com.au/c… [2] www.forumforstablecu… [3] victimsunite.files.w… [4] mauricejohnkirk.file… edmi.parliament.uk/E… If you do not want to receive this e-mail (to: ad.johnson@ntlworld….) any more, you can cancel it here.

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