This portfolio is being built in addition to cases already publicised for the sake of raising public awareness:
- Cases, first videoed at the House of Commons thanks to Brad Meyer in Committee Room 14
- Grouping Cases to Enforce the Bank of England Act 1694 – following Lord Sudeley‘s suggestion
- Cases as Stories – as told on Victims Unite: to help each other while fighting fraud and white collar crimes.
- as books in the series The Forensics of Legal Fraud:
Unless in the public domain already or by explicit request by the victim, these cases are nameless to avoid legal problems and other embarrassments or annoyances.
Because of the investigation by the Education Select Committee, priority is given to victims of child snatching who seem to form the tip of the iceberg of white collar crimes, although the combine the coldness of paper crimes with the cruely of physical and emotional abuse.
Punishment without Crime seems to be the underlying agenda.