Christian campaigning group VfJUK calls for investigation of Scottish child abuse ring, and immediat...

Apr 14, 2014 by

From Voice for Justice UK On February 12, 2014, child rights’ campaigner, Robert Green, was arrested by Grampian Police at his home in Warrington and taken to Scotland. He is currently held at Her Majesty’s Prison Perth. He was not informed of any charge till five days after arrest, when it was alleged he had broken a non-harassment order. Grampian Police do not have jurisdiction in Warrington, but some years ago Robert Green had taken up the case of Hollie Greig, a Down’s...

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Family courts: Six months in prison for a woman who was careful to do the 'right' thing

Apr 2, 2014 by

By Christopher Booker, Telegraph The latest instalment of a curious story speaks volumes about the murky workings of Britain's child-care system Two years ago, I reported the curious case of a mother threatened with prison because social workers discovered that her 17-year-old son had been chatting on Facebook with his younger teenage sisters. The sisters were very unhappily in foster care, not for anything done to them at home, but for their own safety, because they had been physically...

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Law and ordure

Jan 29, 2013 by

By Alexander Boot Having admitted at his trial to the rape of a 13-year-old girl, Adil Rashid, 18, was facing four to seven years in prison. Yet Judge Michael Stokes suspended the sentence, for reasons that make one doubt not just his sanity but also that of our whole society. In fact, this case could provide a valuable diagnostic tool in any psychiatric examination. However, lacking medical qualifications, I’ll have to approach the stated reasons behind such lenience from other angles....

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Pro-life activist beaten, arrested, and accused of bomb plot by police while handing out pro-life fl...

Aug 25, 2011 by

From Mass Resistance The open hostility and even vitriol by police against pro-family and pro-life citizens in the public square has reached a frightening new level. We're now seeing pro-life activists innocently passing out flyers considered to be dangerous terrorists by police departments.   On August 11, Peter D'Attilio was merely handing out 2-inch-wide pro-life bookmark flyers at a local fair in Franklin, Massachusetts when he was arrested, handcuffed, and beaten by police...

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Amoral judges, shameless celebrities and a Britain that’s coming close to a police state

Apr 21, 2011 by

by Stephen Glover, Mailonline Every day brings a new lunatic ruling on privacy which curtails not only the media’s right to report the misbehaviour of public figures but also the right of ordinary people even to talk about it. The more the Press complains, the more judges seem to relish pushing out the boundaries of what can be kept secret in Britain. On Tuesday the Court of Appeal upheld the right to anonymity of a well-known married figure in the entertainment industry who had enjoyed...

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Church must ‘speak out against sexual violence’ in Africa

Mar 23, 2011 by

By Riazat Butt, Guardian Churches can "no longer remain silent on the issue of sexual violence", according to a Christian NGO, which said religious institutions were failing the communities they were meant to serve by not speaking out against the assault and rape of children.   Tearfund, a UK-based Christian relief and development agency, commissioned research on the current and potential role of the church to tackle sexual violence in Rwanda, Liberia and the Democratic Republic...

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