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Sunday, 7 September 2014

Theresa May, Woolf, Brittan, Grayling in a conspiracy to commit the ultimate 'fuck you' cover-up


Below we publish the full text of an open letter to Fiona Woolf on judicial bias and law in respect of 'Inquiries'  Its a bit heavy going but worth reading it all.

It is not for nothing that survivors and activists raised their twitter banners in protest crying out that Woolf's appointment was an insult and a joke.

Indeed the Home Secretary Theresa May  intended it to be an insult, Intended to demoralize the survivors.   May has the best legal advisors money can buy  she is also not without intelligence so the choice of Woolf  was a deliberate attempt to say. Fuck of serfs!    We claim the rights of lords of the manor and we can take your kids and rape them as we please.

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These people Woolf  and Brittan  move in the same circles, they go to the same functions and parties, they live in the same street. Alderney Street in London where spy Gareth Williams met his death.  Aldeney Street is a short walk from the Westminster Parliament and even shorter to MI6 headquarters. 
Woolf  goes to functions with Therese May and Chris Grayling and Cameron. There is not a shred of judicial independence in this appointment.  May killed two birds with one stone, she could intimidate and insult survivors and whistle-blowers  whilst at the same time handing around  £3 million of tax payers money as a fee to her buddy the already super rich Mrs Catherine Fiona Woolf.

Video showing MAY and WOOLF removed by State owned  BBC today 


Not only that if you look into Woolf's  business activities they smack of fraud. She uses many different names  and has bank accounts in many different names all over the world, OK not a crime  but the amounts  in her accounts are enormous. Her real name is Mrs Catherine Fiona Woolf. But she rarely uses her real name.  She mostly uses Fiona Woolf or Ms Catherine  Woolf or Miss Catherine Fiona Woolf, or Miss Catherine Fiona Swain (her maiden name) of just Ms Fiona Swain, or  Catherine Swain.  We have found a multicurrency bank account  in the Swiss Bank UBS  in the name of  Ms Fiona Woolf  with a balance of over 5 million swiss franks.  Her friend Leon Brittan QC  is the Vice Chairman of UBS.  What are Woolf and Brittan  hiding is this the Proceeds of Crime?   Could it be the profits from the global child porn network? Come on ask her?

Woolf was born in Edinburgh 

CSAInquiry: OPEN LETTER TO FIONA WOOLF ON BIAS

by 

Dear Lady Woolf
Perceived bias: the law
I write to you as one solicitor to another and as one officer of the Supreme (‘Senior’) Court to another. I am aware of the concerns expressed in the press and other media at your appointment to chair an inquiry on the variety of the long-standing child abuse allegations. I write to you as one solicitor to another to ask you to say what is your side of the story in relation to published allegations about your personal and public relations with individuals who may be required to give evidence; and to ask you to reflect upon whether or not you can be said to be biased in the light of your own contacts and the people who may be inquired into by the panel.
First, I assume you and the Home Secretary consider that you have the ‘necessary expertise’ to conduct this inquiry. Inquiries Act 2005 s 8(1)(a) requires that when a minister appoints, s/he must consider that, ‘as a whole… [an inquiry panel member has] the necessary expertise to undertake the inquiry’.
Inquiries Act 2005
The relevant parts of statute law on which your appointment turns is Inquiries Act 2005 s 9. This I believe can be explained, at common law, by reference to recent Supreme Court authority on the subject of ‘perceived bias’.
I take it as axiomatic that like any judicial or administrative process or inquiry the appointment, and operation of, the inquiry is bound by ordinary common law and other rules of fairness. I start from the assumption that, as stated by Administrative Law (2009) Wade & Forsyth (10th Ed) at page 801: all forms of inquiry have in common is ‘the independence of the person (or persons) who conducts the inquiry and writes the report’
The common law of England and Wales can reasonably said to be summarised in European Convention 1950 Art 6(1) and that this guarantees freedom of bias in any judicial or administrative process; and I assume that an inquiry like this comprises elements of both. Further Inquiries Act 2005 s 9 makes specific provision as to ‘impartiality’ (ie freedom from bias):
9 Requirement of impartiality
(1)The Minister must not appoint a person as a member of the inquiry panel if it appears to the Minister that the person has—
(a)a direct interest in the matters to which the inquiry relates, or
(b)a close association with an interested party,
unless, despite the person’s interest or association, his appointment could not reasonably be regarded as affecting the impartiality of the inquiry panel.
(2)Before a person is appointed as a member of an inquiry panel he must notify the Minister of any matters that, having regard to subsection (1), could affect his eligibility for appointment.
(3)If at any time (whether before the setting-up date or during the course of the inquiry) a member of the inquiry panel becomes aware that he has an interest or association falling within paragraph (a) or (b) of subsection (1), he must notify the Minister.
(4)A member of the inquiry panel must not, during the course of the inquiry, undertake any activity that could reasonably be regarded as affecting his suitability to serve as such.
In what follows I shall assume that s 9(1)(a) approximates to ‘actual’ bias (as defined below); and that in all other respects normal common and administrative law principles apply (see eg Porter v McGill (orse McGill v Weeks) [2001] UKHL 67, where the challenge of Porter was to a local authority appointed auditor and his inquiry).
Bias at common law
It has been said by the Court of Appeal that judicial impartiality is ‘thefundamental principle of justice, both at common law and under European Convention 1950 Art 6’ (Morrison & Anor v AWG Group Ltd & Anor [2006] EWCA Civ 6, [2006] 1 WLR 1163 per Mummery LJ at para [6]). If it is breached a judge is disqualified from hearing a case. If ‘bias’ – in the technical sense of the term, as considered below – is found then recusal (ie the judge must take him/herself off the case) must follow as a matter of law.
Bias arises where a judge may be said to be unsuitable to try a case because of a personal interest (however remote; and compare this with Inquiries Act 2005 s 9(4) above) in the outcome of the case; or because the judge is in some other way is, or appears to be (appearance of bias may be critical to this, as explained below), unable to form an independent view of the case before the court. Thus bias may arise in two ways:
  • ‘Actual bias’ – That the judge has, as a matter of fact, a personal interest in the outcome of the case; or
  • ‘Perceived or apparent bias’ – for example, because of an expressed point of view or because of the judge’s personal opinion of a matter in issue or a party in the proceedings.

The test for bias of either category is whether the ‘fair-minded and informed observer’ would conclude that there was a real possibility of bias (Lord Hope in Porter v McGill (orse McGill v Weeks) [2001] UKHL 67). In either case bias – in the general sense of the word – may not actually exist.

In the case of ‘actual’ bias it arises automatically on the facts of a case (eg a relationship with a party or witness in the proceedings; or where a judge owns shares in a company involved in the litigation). This may be equivalent to the impartiality required by s 9(1)(b). I shall assume that the Mayor has given sufficient thought (though in truth I wonder) to the question of ‘actual’ bias or s 9(1)(b) impartiality. I shall concentrate on perceived bias.
‘The fair-minded and informed observer’ – perceived bias
The modern test as to whether judicial bias may be present, as applied to civil proceedings, is defined by Lord Hope in Porter v Magill [2008] UKHL 62 and this test can be taken now to be the authoritative distillation of recent case law variants on a similar theme:
The question is whether the fair-minded and informed observer, having considered the facts, would conclude that there was a real possibility that the tribunal was biased.
Since that quote coined the terms the ‘fair-minded and informed observer’ and Lord Hope has  returned to the same ‘relative newcomer’ in the legal lexicon in Helow v Secretary of State for the Home Department and another  ([2008] UKHL 62 where he further explained his use of the term:
[2] The observer who is fair-minded is the sort of person who always reserves judgment on every point until she has seen and fully understood both sides of the argument. She is not unduly sensitive or suspicious… Her approach must not be confused with that of the person who has brought the complaint. The “real possibility” test ensures that there is this measure of detachment. The assumptions that the complainer makes are not to be attributed to the observer unless they can be justified objectively. But she is not complacent either. She knows that fairness requires that a judge must be, and must be seen to be, unbiased. She knows that judges, like anybody else, have their weaknesses. She will not shrink from the conclusion, if it can be justified objectively, that things that they have said or done or associations that they have formed may make it difficult for them to judge the case before them impartially.
Partiality and the informed observer
So how does Lord Hope’s formula in Helow fit with Inquiries Act 2005 s 9? In the final analysis it must be recalled why inquiries are set up under the 2005 Act. Section 1(1) provides:
1 Power to establish inquiry
(1)A Minister may cause an inquiry to be held under this Act in relation to a case where it appears to him that—
(a)particular events have caused, or are capable of causing, public concern, or
(b)there is public concern that particular events may have occurred.
I would suggest to you, Lady Woolf, that this requires a particularly high duty on you and the Minister. Further you must both have careful regard for the variety of ‘informed observers’ and commentators; and that you examine very carefully your standing in terms of that high duty given the reasons for and the background to the inquiry. Perhaps you should, as quickly as possible, make public your thoughts on Inquiries Act 2005 s 9.
I cannot be an ‘informed observer’ yet: I have not heard your side of the story (para [2] or Helow above). I do hope we shall all hear your side very soon. Then we the observer can consider how s 9 applies to you and whether in common law you can be regarded as biased in your proposed role.


Please sign this petition to stop Woolf from destroying CSA inquiry
https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/block-fiona-woolf-from-chairing-csa-enquiry



Leon Britten QC http://investing.businessweek.com/research/stocks/people/person.asp?personId=7817087&ticker=FONC:SW

Fiona Woolf  Speaker at Swiss Banking Conference Leon Brittan attended to hear her speak http://www.swissbanking.org/fr/medienmitteilung-20140523.htm

Woolfs  world  Bankers  and corporate lawyers leech off the toil and suffering of the poor.   http://www.businessweek.com/news/2013-10-02/credit-suisse-s-drew-sees-increase-in-senior-women-banker-ranks

Theresa May speaking on defence and security hosted by Fiona Woolf Home Secretary Theresa May is the keynote speaker at the annual Defence and Security Lecture, hosted by the Lord Mayor of the City of London, Fiona Woolf.
http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-27994771

Fiona Woolf  and Fiona Swain both directors of IOM (isle of Man)   company  MITRE SECRETARIES LIMITED A company which acts as  nominee secretary for companies who want to hide their beneficial owners.  This is called TAX EVASION but only if you are  not a Westminster pedophile friend   http://companycheck.co.uk/director/100324173/directors-secretaries

12 comments:

  1. A suggestion:

    Put the Open Letter on a separate web page on its own and then link to it.

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    1. Good idea, modified a little letter has own web page and link to original in article

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  2. I'm furious over this, It's disgusting they have no shame why are we having any kind of elites judging this anyway? They all need to go over this we can not let this go!

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  3. some excellent points there, but they make up these acts and statutes for the common man to follow, not for themselves... it's one rule for us and another for them! barstewards!!

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    1. Totally agree, Laws are for the plebs. Jail as many plebs as you can for misdemeanors whilst they (the Elite) are involved in organized crime and protected by the Police and the Security Services.

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  4. "She is not unduly sensitive or suspicious"… Don't ask too many questions.

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  5. This is appalling. Can't someone set up a petition on change.org. I am sure most people would be horrified to know the truth and would give their whole backing. How can they get away with this?

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  6. Why not send a copy to Keith Vaz Thee must be people with sufficient exiertire without links to T May etc Plus the other issues about her companies etc possibly don't indicate appropriate judgement

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  7. http://spotlightonabuse.wordpress.com/2013/02/15/keith-vaz-and-the-mystery-of-barnes-common/

    In 1982, early in his political career and before he was an MP, Keith Vaz was Labour’s prospective parliamentary candidate for Richmond & Barnes, as well as being Solicitor for Richmond Council.

    Elm Guest House on Rocks Lane, Barnes, was at the centre of a paedophile ring in 1982. Boys from Richmond Council-run care homes such as Grafton Close were supplied to Elm Guest House to be abused by VIPs.

    As Labour’s prospective parliamentary candidate, you would expect Keith Vaz to have spent a lot of time talking to local residents and asking them about their concerns. Local people had a good idea of what went on at Elm Guest House, as we can see from an extract from a book by Jilly Cooper, a Barnes resident at the time, about conversations she had whilst walking on Barnes Common.This is odd, because I would have thought Labour voters and other residents would have complained to him about the badly kept secret of what Elm Guest House was really used for. I’m also surprised there weren’t rumours amongst Richmond Council staff. Added to that, Elm Guest House was widely reported for 10 days in 1982 before the cover-up kicked in. Surely this would have led Keith Vaz to ask questions about what was going on in his prospective constituency?

    The whole of Westminster in 1982 would have known about Elm Guest House, and the stories would have been passed down through the years to our current set of MPs. It’s about time this collective amnesia stopped, and individual MPs start speaking up about what they knew.

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  8. How would you find out who had a bank account in Switzerland, or anywhere else for that matter, and how much that bank account contains?

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    1. Glad you asked this question. Same way police/intel find out. Not everyone with connections likes to see children raped and these serious crimes covered up by the likes of Woolf and May and Greyling. And not everyone with the power to get this info likes to see serious fraudsters and people into organised crime go scot free whilst the police target survivors and whistle blowers.

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  9. The Woolf -Theresa May Child abuse enquirey, or the lack of it, is a deliberate ploy by this goverment to frustrate the matter to a more convenient time. I am sure they would not want the findings of this appearing before, or in the run up to the next general election. They would have far more better time to deal with the matter after that no matter who was elected?

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