His Honour Judge Stephen Waine

His Honour Judge Stephen Waine

An appeal by a father against the rejection of a request that a CAFCASS officer have the opportunity to see his child to discuss the possibility of future direct contact with him.  G (A Child) [2006] EWCA Civ 348

Family justice: who are protecting our children?

Posted on August 12, 2011
Where do we get proof that the care proceedings are indeed witch trials and are more about revenge than they were about justice?

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“Gerry Conlon dies: Guildford Four member who never gave up his fight for justice”

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After their arrest, all four defendants confessed to the bombing under intense amount of coercion by the police. These statements were later retracted, but nonetheless formed the basis of the case against them. They would later be alleged to be the result of coercion by the police, ranging from intimidation to torture—including threats against family members—as well as the effects of drug withdrawal. Conlon argues in his autobiography that a key factor in his purportedly coerced confession was the fact that strengthened anti-terrorism laws passed in the early 1970s allowed the police to hold suspects without charges for up to a week, rather than the previous limit of 48 hours, and that he might have been able to withstand the treatment he had received had the original time limit been in…

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