#Negligence and #Misfeasance: private law remedies against @ProPublica bodies #CSAInquiry

15 12 31 Child Protection ResourceWhat an interesting site that came my way thanks to Len Lawrence, victim turned starfighter par excellence:

From our point of view as the threatened breed of McKenzie Friends, hence ‘branded’ also as McKenzie Angels, here’s what matters:

  1. Key Legal Principles
  2. Bringing Proceedings for contempt against a professional
  3. Bringing Public Bodies to Account
    1. Data Protection and Freedom of Information
    2. Judicial Review
    3. Negligence and Misfeasance
    4. Claims under Human Rights Act 1998

What’s lacking is the experience of victims of white collar crimes outside the family courts:

  1. The lack of transparency or ‘disclosure’ is extremely dangerous for trying to get ‘justice’.
    1. See our petition Abolish the ban on recording court proceedings
  2. Royal Charters are the ticket to immunity from prosecution
    1. Star and veteran victim Maurice Kirk has even been before courts of the Privvy Council to discover the Civil Abuse of Royal Privileges
  3. Article 13 [the right of an effective remedy against national authorities] of the EU Convention of Human Rights was omitted from the UK version of the act.
  4. The cultural inversion of ‘private’ vs ‘public’ begins in boarding schools:
    1. Britain’s Elite Boarding Schools are facing an explosion of abuse allegations
    2. The ‘public interest’ overrides everything, but is really the private interest of everybody who is part of the elite – whether in the City, in politics or the judiciary.

We are in a spiritual battle between good and evil, each of us having to decide which side we’re on, no matter whether we are part of the elite or ‘serve’ them, for whatever reason or purpose.

John Lennon said it beautifully.

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About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is www.smartknowledge.space
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