STOP FRAUD ON THE COURT IN THE UK
of 600 signatures
To: Secretary of State for Justice Rt Hon Michael Gove MP and Home Secretary Rt Hon Theresa May MP
The Public Enquiry is to establish people’s right according to the Protection from Eviction and Harassment Act 1977 and investigate fraud on the public purse and on the individual perpetrated against the Fraud Act 2006.
Fraud on the Court involves serious organised criminal activities such as:
1 – Court’s proceedings created without payment of the court’s fee to start fraudulent claims
2 – Production of fake warrants and bogus court’s orders obtained in full abuse of court’s process3 – Unlawful evictions and dispossession of families’ homes and assets often conducted using violence by private debt collector companies against innocent victims
4 – Refusal and failure by the police to record and investigate crime reports claiming that theft is a ‘civil matter’. Hence, there is no investigation into the scam by police or independent bodies leading to a fundamental breach of Human Rights for the victims left deprived of homes with all personal belongings and assets. This happens without protection and with no redress in full violation of the Tort (and interference with Goods) Act 1977.
Why is this important?
No matter what undeniable evidence is provided, there is no redress for the victims who are told that this scam is ‘it’s a civil matter’. It is a matter of fact that when victims DO REPORT this crime NO ONE INVESTIGATES. The only option left is to go back in the hands of the same staff in courts who are perpetrating the scam.
The victims are denied inspection and copies of data from the court’s file which remain concealed.Victims are also crucially denied access to and release of the computerised court records where all the documents and interactions with the court of any party into the proceedings are recorded.The nature, extent and sophistication of this fraud, is far beyond the comprehension and reach of the average litigant in person and law enforcement officers by the police force.
We are asking for the full support of: All Her Majesty the Queen’s servants who are designated to ensure a fair and just society against this serious organised crime. We are demanding urgently a Public Inquiry to investigate fully and independently the seriousness of the crimes involved by using Fraud on the Court.
The non-payment of the court’s fee is not only a major deception and fraud on the on the public purse but also on the individual. This theft on the public happens in a time when the UK court’s system is crying for more funds. The recent sharp increase in the court’s fees have already reduced considerably the access to justice for the most vulnerable that cannot afford to pay.Fraud upon the court is devastating for the victims waiting and hoping to receive relief from the courts. The victims lose their homes, their assets, their jobs, their companies and ultimately their liberty and health in breach of their fundamental statutory rights.
Any person who believes to be a victim of Fraud on the Court can send their opinions contacting UK PEOPLE at a new email address to come as ODDLY our 1st email address has been hacked and the account disappeared mysteriously from Google…..Strange he…. ?!? Useful links:
The Fraud Act 2006 –
The Protection from Eviction and Harassment Act 1977 –
The Tort (and interference with Goods) Act 1977 –
Fraud on the Court – What is it? –
Fraud on the Court – Some stories of honest families plainly wronged – here:
The next phase of the Crawford Castle – (Type and search for ‘The next phase of the Crawford Castle’ to watch one of our selected videos on Youtube)
Fraud on the Court – Evictees and families Unite:
Civil Matter or Criminal Matter? –
The drama of the Jackson’s Family exposed on BBC –
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