Neelu Berry aka Chaudhari is a former pharmacist whose license was taken away as part of stifling her attempts of getting justice on behalf of her niece. She says she was murdered by the NHS. She publishes www.hampstead.webs.com with more details.
Neelu has published videos of talking to Police at Christ Church Hampstead where she was on Sunday 22 March 2015. Two weeks later, she was arrested, together with Christine Ann Sands, outside the Ecuadorian Embassy where they participated in a protest for whistleblowers.
Neelu and Christine were held in Police cells from Saturday until Monday and were heard in court on the subsequent Monday and Thursday. Christine was sentenced to 12 months prison, suspended as she wants to catch her plane back to the US. She was also fined £165. More on
Neelu has become an expert on
- Commercial Liens
- Uniform Commercial Code
- 1930 Bankruptcy of Nations: UNITED STATES, BRITAIN, FRANCE, GERMANY, ITALY, SPAIN, PORTUGAL.
She also knows about Common Law as the real basis for law that has been hijacked to protect the hijacking of the creation of money. Now, however, we need to protect the creation and livelihood of future generations with international likeminded allies. Hence I set up www.meetup.com/whistleblowerkids as a platform for collaboration:
- to find ‘Listening Buddies’ who use skype to listen to each other for 10 minutes each – as a basis for personal commitment to each other to provide help, support and encouragement for individual and joined actions;
- to organise local events – based on victims or supporters to plan actions on- and offline;
- to share information and, above all, success stories!
As a first step, Witness Statements to accompany the Pauffley judgement have been collated on
Please note that this Infringement Notice has already been served upon the UK for having violated this EU Directive:
I’m still trying to find out how the UK has responded and whether
Next, we need to put together ‘Evidence of Treason’ to put before the
- Court of Justice of the European Union.
- If a State doesn’t comply, the European Commission may bring the matter before the European Court of Justice.
I have a telephone appointment with my contact at the Commission next Tuesday.