It’s called the Court of ‘Protection’. But just as ‘public’ schools are in fact private, and children are given to abusive fathers ‘in their best interest’, so is the Court of Protection one that protects nobody’s interest except those who abuse their position and power of public office for their own private gains: sex, money or both.
Len has boiled it down to the solicitor in the Treasury Solicitors Office Helen Clift.
- But who will be removing her from office or taking her to court?
- How can she be expected to sue solicitors?
- Which judge will sentence them?
- Who is ‘protecting’ whom from whom?
What can ‘the public’ do when it needs protection from its authorities and ‘public servants’?
- Sir James Munby says he’d be happy to remove the secrecy of the Court of ‘Protection’, but ministers don’t want it!
- Cui bono? Who benefits???
Families Against Court of Protection Theft can tell you many more horrendous stories.
- Maybe it’s time to Bring Back the Bradbury Pound to compensate victims of white collar crimes rather than bring white collar criminals to justice?
- Maybe the Daily Mail got it right with this title: Democracy? No, Britain is now a judicial dictatorship – and it’s time for a revolution?