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February 14, 2014 / Sabine Kurjo McNeill

ABOLISH ADOPTIONS without Parental Consent – to be presented in Brussels on 19 March

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NEWS RELEASE                                                                                          14 February 2014


Petitions of Latvian and Lithuanian Family and on behalf of thousands of victims in the UK before EU Committee

A court hearing to protest the forced removal of children from their parents by a London Council has been timed to coincide with the presentation of a petition to the European Parliament to seek redress for similar actions by different councils for thousands of families nationwide. The petition has attracted over 2,500 signatures on

A special meeting of the EU Petitions Committee will receive also a petition on 19 March from Latvian Laila Brice

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September 28, 2013 / Sabine Kurjo McNeill

Empty Pushchair Horrors on Empowerment Monday: 30 September 2013

‘Empty Pushchair Horror’ on ‘Empowerment Monday’: 30 September 2013

Public Attention for Secret Family Courts and Institutionalised Injustice

Empowerment Mondays[1] were created by Fiona James[2] of the Free Spirit Foundation[3] and Caul Grant[4], founder of the Campaign for Truth and Justice[5]. They were launched on 16 Sept 2013, the day of the inquest into the death of Mark Duggan[6] who was shot and killed by Tottenham Police on 4 Aug 2011.

Empowerment Mondays take place from 10am to 4pm outside the Royal Courts of Justice in the Strand in London. The organisers considered the first event a success, after 50 bus lines were effected and traffic had been brought to a standstill by going slowly on the zebra crossing. Subsequently Scotland Yard invited them to facilitate their lawful protest.

With Empty Pushchair Horror[7], this Monday will bring together many parents and grandparents who have lost their children due to the secrecy of family courts[8]. They sanction when Social Services take children from their birth parents and hand them to foster parents for £400 / week. Unique to the UK[9], children can even get adopted against the parents’ will. In over 800 cases a year, parents get criminalised and falsely imprisoned, as admitted by Harriet Harman MP in 2006[10]. The number of children in care keeps rising, as local authorities are incentivised by rewards and adoption targets[11].

Empty Pushchair Horror[12] will take place not only in London, but also Manchester, Leeds, Bristol, Bolton, Blackburn, Grantham, Teeside, Wakefield and Belfast. Read more…

November 4, 2012 / Sabine Kurjo McNeill

Child Snatching is One of Seven Deadly Syndromes and Seven Media Cover-Ups – A Media Report by Public Interest Advocates

NEWS RELEASE     04 November 2012

Child Snatching is one of Seven Deadly Syndromes and Seven Media Cover-Ups

A Media Report by Public Interest Advocates

The Association of McKenzie Friends[1]was launched in March 2012, to assist Litigants in Person with lay legal advice. In that function, its members have come across untold victims of paedophilia, child snatching and other white collar crimes[2], as well as deeply flawed miscarriages of justice.

As Public Interest Advocates, McKenzie Friends have identified seven Deadly Syndromes and seven Media Cover-Upsas their common causes:

  1. Secret Societies[3] – The Private Lives of Public People
  2. Mainstream Media Cover-Ups[4] – Strategies for Gagging, Controlling and generally Dumbing Down
  3. Crimes against Children and Families[5] – Paedophilia, Child Snatching and Premature Sexualisation
  4. Reporting Fraud and White Collar Crimes[6] – Public Services as Perpetrators and Non-Investigators
  5. The Illegality of Usury and Wars[7] – How Successive Governments Ignore National Law and International Treaties
  6. Policing[8]– Who Guards the Guards? Who Controls the Controllers?
  7. CONTEST[9]: Counter-Terrorism Strategies – How the Counter-Terrorism Strategies Drive Miscarriages of Justice – in the follow-up of 9/11 and 7/7.

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October 28, 2012 / Sabine Kurjo McNeill

Five Mothers on Hunger Strike in Holloway Prison, London – Protesting against Violation of Article 8: the Right to Family Life

Association of McKenzie Friends
assisting Litigants in Person
with Lay Legal Advice

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28 October 2012

Five Mothers on Hunger Strike in HMP Holloway

Protesting against Violation of Human Rights Article 8 [1]: the Right to Family Life

Melissa Laird is an American who started a hunger strike after having been refused bail by a UK immigration lawyer. She has not seen her now 5-year-old son for ten months and is seriously hampered from advancing her case inside prison. She has been joined by four other women, one of whom is Russian, who also protest against the separation from their children.

Melissa gave birth to her boy in August 2007, thanks to a test tube. In August 2011 she moved to Spain. There she had a job and acquired a house, when her son caught pneumonia and she took him to a hospital near Alicante. Strangely enough, Spanish Police arrested her, claiming that she is somebody else, on 13th December 2011.

Having been talked into signing an extradition document, she was flown to HMP Holloway, while Barnet Social Services took ‘care’ of her son. She was dragged not only through the family but also the criminal court and advised to plead guilty of ‘abducting a child’. Her 6 months sentence finished on 30th June, since when she is being held on ‘immigration issues’.

Two McKenzie Friends were at the hearing when bail was refused because the judge could not “go behind the judgement” and due to “the welfare the child”. She began to think about hunger strike even though she was advised that nobody would take any notice.

McKenzie Friends visited her on Saturday 28th October which was her 16th day of taking neither food nor drink. They asked the Visitors Centre to alert the Health Service and were invited to inform Safer Custody and the Family Rights Group.

Having worked as a legal secretary before, Ms Laird has complained to many officials about the violation of Article 8: the right to family life. Other McKenzie Friends have often pointed out that even Baby P’s mother had the right to see her child while in prison. There are many unanswered questions in this drama. But nobody answers the most important ones: how does the boy feel without his mother? Why has nobody ensured that they could see each other?

In the wake of the Savile scandal, it is hoped that investigations will include the institutionalised supply of children to foster parents and homes who also hand them to paedophiles.

More on child snatching[2] and Punishment without Crime[3].

For further information: please contact Sabine McNeill on 07968 039 141

Chairperson: Belinda McKenzie
Web Publisher: Sabine K McNeill; Treasurer: Peter Bellett

June 16, 2012 / Sabine Kurjo McNeill

Mainstream Media about Children Stolen by Social Services and Secret Family Courts

After four weeks of prosecution witnesses produced by Haringey Council, I produced this document about Children Stolen by Social Services and Secret Family Courts.

It summarises

June 2, 2012 / Sabine Kurjo McNeill

Victims Unite at Wood Green Crown Court, Lordship Lane, London N22 5LF

Who’s on Trial: Claimants or Defendants?

Victims Unite[i]is a website dedicated to being a voice for victims of financial exploitation and legal oppression. It opened in August 2010 and has had over 109,000 visits since.

Wood Green Court will unite one of the worst bankruptcies and the worst of all child snatching cases.

One of the earliest cases published was Mr Ebert’s bankruptcy[ii], in book form as The Forensics of Legal Fraud[iii]. It is believed to be one of the worst in terms of financial value and legal cover-up.

Mr Ebert’s trial will take place in Wood Green Crown Court: on Wednesday, 6th and Thurssay, 7th June, Court 8 with Judge Udder and two Magistrates. It brings to light astonishingly negligent (if not criminal) behaviour of major institutions that we rely on to feel secure in our homes.

Every person in the UK can potentially be affected by the outcome of this trial. For it will either acknowledge or bury the solid evidence that this Litigant in Person is bringing into Court to test the “beyond reasonable doubt” Rule of Law that needs to be applied in criminal court cases.

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May 22, 2012 / Sabine Kurjo McNeill

TAKING NOTES BANNED FROM COURT: Calling All Media Professionals Interested in Fair Trials


Calling All Media Professionals Interested in Fair Trials

Following a directive by his senior colleague, Sir Nicholas Wall, the President of the Family Division, Judge Patrick issued yesterday a ‘blanket ban’ on reporting, including the internet, on the Musa case[1] – a criminal trial scheduled to last 4 weeks in Wood Green Court.

People in the public gallery were not allowed to take notes either. However, professional journalists showed their credentials and seemed to get permission.

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