Here are my first ideas for you to add suggestions to:
- Secret Family Courts sanctioning child snatching by Social Services – the tip of the iceberg of white collar crimes
- Social Services without ‘checks and balances’ or ‘levels of threshold’ regarding their often very arbitrary actions
- White Collar Crimes committed by public authorities – with useless complaints procedures and endless cover-ups – and immune from prosecution thanks to Royal Charters
- the hope for a Parliamentary Inquiry, thanks to John Hemming MP.
Just in case you’ve become a victim of a financial institution, local authority or other respectable professions, here’s a chance to use the Court of Public Opinion for feedback.
Victims of ‘white collar crimes’ have been learning from their experiences and decided it’s time to practise what the law preaches. Hence we are inviting readers to participate as
- victims who are invited to submit their cases
- lay advocates who advise victims of white collar crimes
- jury members who can vote on judgements.