When is it Lawful to Remove Children from their Parents?
- The Theft Act 1968
- The Children are the property of their parents and not of the State.
- Children are stolen by the State with the aid of MAPPA: Multi-Agency Public Protection Agreements.
- The Fraud Act 2006; Fraud means:
- obtaining property by deception (at risk of future emotional harm)
- obtaining services dishonestly (reports from fake ‘experts’)
When is it Lawful to Assist Victims as McKenzie Friends?
- The Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015
- Police commit an offence, if s/he exercises their powers and privileges improperly.
- The Criminal Damage Act 1971
When is it Lawful to Report or Expose Crimes?
- The Protection from Harassment Act 1997
- …his course of conduct was pursued for the purpose of preventing or detecting crime.
- The Local Government Act 1888
- All duties and liabilities of the inhabitants of a county shall become and be duties and liabilities of the council of such county.
- the civil service
- local government
- the police
- the courts and probation services
- non-departmental public bodies
- health, education, social and care services
Are Local Councillors complying with the Principles of Public Life?
Here are four of the Acts mentioned and the relevant Sections:
(1) A police constable listed in subsection (3) commits an offence if he or she—
(a) exercises the powers and privileges of a constable improperly, and
(b) knows or ought to know that the exercise is improper.
(2) A police constable guilty of an offence under this section is liable, on conviction on indictment, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 14 years or a fine (or both).
Section 5: “Without lawful excuse.”
(1) This section applies to any offence under section 1(1) above and any offence under section 2 or 3 above other than one involving a threat by the person charged to destroy or damage property in a way which he knows is likely to endanger the life of another or involving an intent by the person charged to use or cause or permit the use of something in his custody or under his control so to destroy or damage property.
(2) A person charged with an offence to which this section applies, shall, whether or not he would be treated for the purposes of this Act as having a lawful excuse apart from this subsection, be treated for those purposes as having a lawful excuse—
REMEMBER: children are property of their parents, NOT the State.
Section 4: Putting people in fear of violence
A person whose course of conduct causes another to fear, on at least two occasions, that violence will be used against him is guilty of an offence if he knows or ought to know that his course of conduct will cause the other so to fear on each of those occasions.
(2) For the purposes of this section, the person whose course of conduct is in question ought to know that it will cause another to fear that violence will be used against him on any occasion if a reasonable person in possession of the same information would think the course of conduct would cause the other so to fear on that occasion.
(3) It is a defence for a person charged with an offence under this section to show that—
(a) his course of conduct was pursued for the purpose of preventing or detecting crime.
(2) All duties and liabilities of the inhabitants of a county shall become and be duties and liabilities of the council of such county.
Maybe it’s worth questioning the validity and veracity of The Judgement?
Here is the Bigger Picture as the Wider Global Context: