It is clear that the British people are being systematically asset-stripped by corrupt
insolvency practitioners and legal professionals using fake court paperwork to fleece
people of millions of pounds, their homes and assets by claiming fictitious debts are owed.
More often than not, insolvency hearings are heard in private, depriving victims of the protection of the law and their fundamental human rights under the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) are blatantly breached.
Section 6(1), Human Rights Act 1998 states –
“it is unlawful for a public authority to act in a way which is incompatible with a
person’s Convention rights.”
Taking this as it is read, simply by Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS) allowing private hearings to take place on their premises, they are acting in a way which is incompatible with a person’s Convention rights under ECHR.
THIS HAS TO STOP AND HMCTS EMPLOYEES INVOLVED MUST PAY THE PRICE OF THEIR MISFEASANCE BY LOSING THEIR JOBS AND, WHERE INVOLVEMENT IN CRIMINAL ACTIVITY IS EVIDENT, THEIR LIBERTY. ALSO, ANY MEMBER OF HER MAJESTY’S JUDICIARY PARTICIPATING IN SUCH FRAUDULENT HEARINGS MUST SUFFER THE CONSEQUENCES OF THEIR INVOLVEMENT BY BEING STRIPPED OF THEIR OFFICE AND DISBARRED (IF A BARRISTER) OR STRUCK-OFF (IF A SOLICITOR) AS WELL AS LOSS OF LIBERTY.
What of those who have turned a Nelsonian blind-eye to all this?
English Law is written in a way which provides that such people do not escape the long arm of the law. For example, Fraud is an indictable offence which carries a maximum penalty, on conviction on indictment, of a term of imprisonment not exceeding 10 years. It is an offence, at law, for a person to aid, abet, commit, encourage, incite or be an accessory to an indictable offence. Knowing something is happening, but doing nothing to report or stop it is Being An Accessory to An Indictable Offence. And the penalty? Exactly the same as the perpetrators.
We have the names of corrupt insolvency practitioners, judges, court staff, police officers and others involved and are amassing increasingly incriminating dossiers of evidence against them on a daily basis. They can run, but they cannot hide. There will be no sanctuary for them. They will be caught. They will be brought to justice. They will face justice. And justice will be exacted on them.
The offences these crooks in suits commit include:-
Making A False Instrument (Section 1, Forgery and Counterfeiting Act 1981) [10 years];
Using A False Instrument With Intent to Deceive (Section 3, Forgery and Counterfeiting Act 1981) [10 years];
Using A False Instrument With Intent to Defraud (Section 4, Forgery and Counterfeiting Act 1981) [10 years];
Fraud by False Representation (Section 2, Fraud Act 2006) [10 years];
Conspiracy to Defraud (Common Law) [10 years];
Falsely Claiming to Be Acting Under the Authority or Process of A County Court (Section 135, County Courts Act 1984) [7 years].
Note: Figures in square brackets indicate the maximum custodial penalty on conviction on indictment. Conspiracy to Defraud under Common Law includes offences involving land and property.
Are the police investigating these crimes?
Many police forces just do not want to know, claiming they are “civil matters”, which is
incorrect. There are, we know, decent and honest men and women in the police forces within the United Kingdom who want to go out and catch these crooks and bring them to justice, but are being prevented from doing so by senior officers who are either
compromised or being told by higher authorities not to take action.
What can those whose know this is going on, but are being bullied and marginalised into keeping quiet about it?
The Great Insolvency Scam invites those with information which could lead to the
apprehension and eventual conviction of those involved to come forward. Also, Section 24A, Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 provides that anyone not being a Constable is empowered to apprehend (arrest) a person whom they reasonably suspect of committing or having committed an indictable offence, which is nay offence for which the maximum penalty on conviction on indictment is a term of imprisonment not exceeding 5 years or more. http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1984/60/section/24A
And what of police officers who fail or refuse to act?
On 13 April 2015, the Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015 came into force. Section 26 of the Act specifically refers to police officers and creates the offence of Corrupt or Other
Improper Exercise of Police Powers and Privileges. The maximum penalty on conviction on indictment is a term of imprisonment not exceeding 14 years, or an unlimited fine or both. It is an Indictable Only offence, which means it can only be tried before a judge and jury at a Crown Court. It is a draconian measure to clamp down on police corruption and inaction and long overdue. In fact, it was police inaction which lead to Section 26 ending up on the Statute Book after a police force failed to act on reports of a young woman’s violent ex-partner threatening to kill her and her two young children and which resulted in the ex-partner murdering her and the two children.