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#MelanieShaw Given Two Years Following Secret Court Hearing @IICSA_Media @UKHomeOffice @MoJGovUK

News from UK Column by Brian Gerrish — Thursday, 12th January 2017

On Wednesday 11 January 2016, Melanie Shaw, the whistleblower on the horrific abuse of children which occurred at the then county council-run Beechwood Children’s Home in Nottinghamshire in the late 1980s, was given a two-year custodial sentence in a secret court hearing.

The nature of the charge against her is unclear and that information is refused when requested of court staff. The case took place late yesterday morning but it did not appear on any court lists until the hearing was past.

Melanie Shaw did not appear in person in court for this hearing, which was conducted by video link from her prison, as has also been the case with previous of her court ‘appearances’. She states that without fail, whenever in the past she has given testimony by such video link, she has been cut off on the pretext that “you were shouting”, which she denies. Continue reading

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Are You About To Be Cross Examined By Your Abuser In Court? Ask for 12J

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The news this week that the government is finally getting around to addressing the practice of abusers cross examining their victims in the family courts has been welcomed by domestic violence campaigners and the President of the Family Division.

However, this is going to require legislation, which is going to take time.

If you are currently going through the family courts and are worried that your partner may be going to question you directly at an upcoming hearing, you don’t have to wait for the law to protect you.

Practice Direction 12J   advises all family law judges to step in and prevent victims and alleged victims of domestic violence from being cross examined by partners who have already been convicted of abusive behaviour or have been accused of such behaviour by the victim. Whilst this Direction is only guidance and does not have the same binding effect as law, its…

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In the UK #SocialServices didn’t listen; in the US I’m treated as a criminal #CSA #AbuseSurvivors @UKHomeOffice @becki_p20

“My biological father (in Hull) is the ring leader. He told me that he was going to kill me. And I knew he was capable of doing it. For I had seen it.

I was abused since I was 4. When I was 15, I was moved into foster care. But the abuse didn’t stop. Social Services didn’t believe me.

In 2015 I quit college. I was scared that I would be trafficked or killed. Something was going to happen that hasn’t happened before.”

The rest is institutional cover-up across borders and oceans…

Please try to join the dots between:

  • removing children from their biological parents – against their wills;
  • using the secrecy of UK family courts for legitimising such ‘child snatching’;
  • forcibly adopting children without parental consent – a punishment without crime;
  • organising ritual abuse;
  • satanic crimes…

Spot the pattern, ADMIRE this beautiful young lady and ask yourself why a blog like The Unspoken Spoken has become necessary in our ever so enlightened and ‘democratic’ society – besides her own The Power of Voices

And Why I know Pizzagate is real.


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