All systems of government, much like the human mind, do not corrupt but become riddled. The trick is not to call the riddle a defect and then condemn it, but to explore it, experience it, embrace it, and eventually outgrow it like an old pair of shoes.
In 2015 as a result of excessive and intrusive surveillance, intimidation and sophisticated psychological warfare techniques being deployed against me the local member of parliament James Davies wrote to Lord Justice Pitchford the Chairman of the Public Inquiry requesting details
This website has been developed in order to provide an account of the experiences of undercover policing operations I have experienced since 1996 (over 23 years) for legimately campaigning for ex-British Soldiers human rights.
I have previously instructed Members of Parliament Chris Ruane MP, and Dr James Davies to contact the Home Secretary in order that I can give evidence at the Public Inquiry on undercover police operations of which I have experienced severe and excessive monitoring, surveillance, harassment and intimidation with the aim of inflicting irreparable physical and psychological damage.
In 1998, extrajudicial executions were carried out in 47 countries, 'disappearances' occurred in 37 countries, torture occurred in 125 countries, prisoners of conscience were held in 78 countries, unfair trials for political prisoners occurred in 35 countries, detentions without charge or trial occurred in 66 countries, executions were carried out in 36 countries, and human rights abuses were committed by armed opposition groups in 37 countries.
of what protection could be provided
as a result of increased intimidation I was experiencing, that is still
continuing to this present day. (25th October 2017).
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