Every ‘case’ is the story of emotional pain and financial suffering that is generally extremely difficult to make sense of. When Brad Meyer began to video people’s accounts, we tried to follow Lord Sudeley‘s suggestion to group cases to change the law.
30 case stories are on the site that advocates the enforcement of the Bank of England Act 1694.
On Victims Unite the cases are grouped according to the particular white collar cirme.
Now we want to move on from publicising cases to analysing judgements – “nameless stories”.
This requires my producing an appropriate FORM to make life easier for all concerned, covering:
Court / Date / Judge / Area of Dispute
Points of Law disputed / ignored / violated
Case law cited
And we will concentrate on ‘child snatching’ first, since the Education Select Committee has launched an investigation into ‘child protection’. Deadline for submissions – not on individual cases though: 23rd January 2012.
Meanwhile, please feel free to send me whatever you feel is appropriate.