Patient’s Experience in 35 slides at the Mental Health Conference #LenLawrence @MoJ @UKHomeOffice

17 03 31 Len LawrenceThe Edith Ellen Foundation organised the 2017 conference on the Mental Capacity Act where Len was presenting 35 slides.

The gist of his experience over many years is:

  1. the origin of poisoning by the fumes of aeroplanes is a problem that has hit MANY pilots and does NOT seem to have been addressed properly yet by the ‘regulators’;
  2. the effect of Len’s health, wealth and lifestyle can’t be underestimated;
  3. his discoveries result in:
    • a major critique of the Court of Protection as the most sinister part of the secret Family Court system;
    • the identification of particular judges, barristers and other staff of the judiciary committing ‘misconduct in public office’ – a serious offence which is currently under scrutiny by the Law Commission;
    • an appeal to MIND THE GAP: between paper realities, people realities in court rooms and money realities in bank accounts – besides the Land Registry that should register the RIGHTFUL owner of a property.

Edith Ellen Foundation PRESENTATION

Victims Unite – is that the only answer?

 

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3 Comments

Filed under Court of Protection, CoverUps, Judges, Misconduct in Public Office, Organophosphate poisoning

3 responses to “Patient’s Experience in 35 slides at the Mental Health Conference #LenLawrence @MoJ @UKHomeOffice

  1. Pingback: When Criminals rule our lives: with #FalseFlags and #FakeNews to #FakeCases | Len Lawrence - Poisoned Air Pilot

  2. JM

    wishing you some measure of justice Len, and for the rest of us…..

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