Shocking #truth about #police corruption in #Britain!

With more laws enabling the prosecution of campaigners etc ie under Protection from Harrassment,  Restraint orders,sexual allegations and even MHA and removal under MCA,policing community care orders and Care Orders- the police have huge power over the public.

And these powers, other than an internal complaint, appear largely unchecked and unaccountable.

The rule of law and separation of powers appear to be eroded with police now becoming poltical enforcers.

| truthaholics

The shocking truth about police corruption in Britain | Neil Darbyshire | THE SPECTATOR | 7 March 2015

It’s a growing problem.
But they’re hunting whistleblowers instead!

Imagine you lived in a country which last year had 3,000 allegations of police corruption. Worse, imagine that of these 3,000 allegations only half of them were properly investigated — because for police officers in this country, corruption was becoming routine. Imagine that the police increasingly used their powers to crack down not on criminals but on anyone who dared speak out against them. What sort of a country is this? Well, it’s Britain I’m afraid — where what was once the finest, most honest service in the world is in danger of becoming rotten.

Some of this was revealed in a little-noticed report by HM Inspectorate of Constabulary, which went on to deliver some even more shocking news. Nearly half of 17,200…

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The EU believe ”Brexit will die” if they keep postponing it – Part ii

If we can’t brexit we can do nothing,

and are at the mercy of a ruthless State, that only has its own interests at heart and the will to use us per se, as commodities – the old, distressed, disabled, our babies and children, our health and education all for profit and their benefit.

What power to we have if a one person one vote has no effect ?


These EU people delude themselves if they believe that the British people will simply let Brexit die. They really don’t know the British people very well do they? We have long memories & do not give in to foreign threats or intransigence. when Nigel Farage returns to Brussels with 70 Brexit MEPs they will get a flavour of what their attempts to block our decision is going to cost them. And as Corporal Jones would say: ”They won’t like it up ’em.”

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A Land Uncharted: the Persecution of Julian Assange

As globerlisation takes hold, all will be owned by corporate internationals who control all everywhere including all media.

All will be hidden. We will be at the mercy of profit and PR.

Brexit threatens this, so is avoided, although France, Germany, Italy and most are now against the EU project.

We must fight against global totalitarianism of all .

We will have no information, law and be controlled zero hour slaves owning nothing with no rights.

Desultory Heroics

Drawing by Nathaniel St. Clair

By Kenn Orphan

Source: CounterPunch

“The freedom of the press is not safe. It’s over. And I think our republic is in its last days, because unauthorized disclosures of this kind are the lifeblood of a republic.”

– Daniel Ellsberg

The persecution and arrest of Julian Assange is the first and most definitive step toward full blown global fascism. The symbolism of a gravely ill journalist being manhandled by uniformed henchmen is the exact imagery it needed to send a chilling message to whistleblowers and the press. The assault and eventual dismantling of what remains of a free press has always been that first step, and it is what lies on the horizon barring mass dissent. For decades the mainstream media has acquiesced to the demands of the corporate world of high finance that now owns them outright and the military and surveillance state that…

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62 million a year profit NHSPriory fined £300,000 for Amy’s death- No accountability, oversight or justice so deaths continue


The Priory Group was fined £300,000 this week for the death of 14 year old Amy .

The Health and Safety Executive prosecuted the Priory, who admitted a breach of Section 3 (1) of the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974, by failing to discharge its duty to ensure people were not exposed to health and safety risks.

The conviction was mainly because, a ligature audit of Amy’s room had been carried out by an untrained member of staff and had identified risks which were not then followed up.

And, despite an Inquest finding on the checking of ligatures, the Priory Healthcare had failed to make the appropriate changes required by the CQC

So much for the power and oversight of the CQC, it would appear it can’t even make our hospitals safe.

Since the prosecution we are told,

‘that following work between the Priory and the Care Quality Commission there was now a much better understanding of young person suicide, and that “vital lessons have been learned”

But Amy’s mother insists that the Priory’s contract with the NHS should be ended.

95% of the Priory income is from the NHS.

Declaring “I don’t believe there’s any lessons learned’

How could they be, when Amy’s actual care was condemned by a jury, but apparently there do not appear to have been checks on whether these failings were rectified – ie staffing, levels, training, nor of Amy’s history that had made her a secure patient.

So we do not know what lessons the Priory learned nor how they learned them ?

And from a recent death of 16 year old William, in a North London Priory hospital in January, little appears to have changed.

It is in any event, a shocking indictment on the NHS, that their only regulation, is from an executive charged with prosecuting employers ( not NHS hospitals ) for unsafe systems of work, resulting in a small fine on a billion pound corporation.

The Priory Group, bought by USA Acadia for 1.28 billion, and now provides nearly a third of all NHS mental hospitals, the others mainly owned by UHS/Cygnet

Joey Jacobs, Acadia’s CO earns 8,241,847 dollars a year in emoluments.

Amy’s Prosecutor stated the starting point for the Priory’s fine would be £2.4 million.
Priory Healthcare had a turnover of £133 million,

95% is public money from NHS.

It had an operating profit of £62 million in 2017.

Last year 5 of its executives were paid 15 million

But the Judge said he was unable to support this figure of £2.4 million, as he could not find any aggravating factors and took into account the company’s guilty plea, lack of previous convictions, “good” health and safety record and its steps to close and refurbish the unit where Amy lived.

The later has shades of Winterbourne View which was razed to the ground and then sold to Danshell for a knock down price of 30 million.

The Judge stated;
“There was common ground between the experts that the care planning was of good quality, that the suicide of 14-year-olds is extremely rare and prediction is likely to be extremely difficult.”

How could Amy’s care planning be of ‘good quality ‘?

When staff admitted at Amy’s Inquest they were under so much pressure, they had not always been able to give the teenager one-to-one time.

So much so, a Jury ruled staffing levels were inadequate, and a lack of one-to-one time caused, or contributed to Amy’s death in a ‘significant’ way

Even basic training for her Tourettes was not given, a member of senior staff had ‘put on training on Tourette’s, but nobody had attended’.

Amy had been repeatedly restrained by 5 members of staff and sedated.

in under three months in the Priory, Amy had been subjected to at least six incidents of restraint, sometimes involving forced injections.

the day before her death, she had been held down by five staff members and orally sedated

Would all this not make anyone, let alone a very disturbed child, cry out for help as Amy had that night and died as none was there ?

Yet UK taxpayers had paid £13,000 a week to provide it

Where is the blame and investigation of CAMH’s diganoses of Amy’s Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Conduct Disorder Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)ADHD Tourette’s, and Gender Identity Dysphoria

Labels that had lead to ,a then 13 year old hormonal Amy’s death in the Priory.

Nor how much Amy’s treatment in her £200,000 tax free a year Banardos school contributed to these labels .

If, as the Judge stated ‘the suicide of 14-year-olds is extremely rare and prediction is likely to be extremely difficult.”

For £13,000 a week one would expect the most vigorous systems, at least enough staff and treatment other than drugs and restraint, based on the actual child’s individual needs, not on objective speculations based on age ?

The Priory Group has been criticised at more than a dozen inquests in just 6 years

Seven years after Amy’s death, 16 year old William hanged himself in a Priory hospital.

So lessons have definitely not been learned

Why should they be when there is no accountability and profits are put before patients;

Like Amy, William had been left unattended in the hours leading up to his death, despite clear instructions that he required checking four times an hour, staff then falsified logs to make it appear as if they had checked on him.

Days before William had told his psychiatrist that he was worried about the lack of staff observation.

And safety concerns had been raised about this hospital in 2016 when government inspectors found a high risk of ligature points in all wards.

How many more Amys,Williams,Georges, Jodies and Jonathans must be ‘helped’ by suffering untold agony and death for profit from public funds?

Their sad young deaths are just the tip of the iceberg, most die a statistic and even these are unknown unless the hospitals inform the CQC, or an Inquest is held and these are decreasing under the new death certification procedures.

Why is a cashstrapped NHS funding 62 million a year profit from unsafe hospitals and wholly inadequate treatment?

This is the revolution in mental health promised by May and Cameron.

And ever more are being harvested.

Care Orders – Ultimate Profit and Control not Protection ?

Foster Care Associates sold to private equity firm CapVest Partners. …
When we wrote our Foster Care Business report in 2015, Core Assets Group had paid out over £18 million in dividends in just the previous two years.

The man behind CapVest is Irish tycoon Seamus Fitzpatrick, reckoned to be worth €97 million.

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95,837- 1% of UK children, have now been made statutory orphans by care orders, their home, parents and family replaced by a multibillion pound, largely


So no accountability or transparency for public billions and 1% of our children.

As this industry is ever greedy, these numbers continue to rise , adoption and fostering adverts are every where.

Heads of the Family Division- Sir James Munby and McFarlene continue to protest at the numbers in care.

Tony Blair and subsequent governments knew child protection could be a huge public money spinner and by media, executive structures and the law, conspired to feed it


So much so, LAs are now bankrupting themselves by siphoning off public money into private coffers.

Increasingly, LAs protection duties are being replaced by community trusts, such as Doncaster Childrens Services Trust, Achieving for children and CORAM, ripe for full privatisation.

These companies and LAs assess, and outsource via court order placements to private companies for fostering, adoption and residential homes,.

It has been estimated that it costs an LA £250,000 a year per child for a foster/care home placement.

Childrens homes are paid three times more than Eton at 200,000 + a year per child.

So children have a huge bounty on their heads and this produces a huge profit motive to remove to a care placement rather than reunify with their families.

All that is required for removal, is an application to a care court and proof on the balance of probabilities of ‘a risk of significant harm’.

Harm’ has been continually widened by the NSPCC to now nebulous ‘neglect’ and by statue to witnessing abuse including financial,

significant’ appears to be forgotten, and any future risk only is sufficient.

So it is impossible to perceive of a more expansive requirement for a care order which appears legally and practically impossible to oppose.

European and HRA law stating permanent removal should be exceptional, as a last resort, is ignored.

This means that Private quasi companies and LAs can control all aspects of family life including our children’s education , emotional welfare and medical treatment by care orders.

And their overriding ethos is profit or sustainability, not child welfare.

So much so, LAs have tried to exempt themselves from liability for child protection services by statue, but failed because of Munro opposed it, and more recently the High Court in respect to fostering.

80% of care orders are for neglect these including children deemed to live in ‘dysfunctional’ families.

Very few removed have suffered any actual physical or sexual abuse, prevention of harm is  the ethos.

Hospitals classify an injury as either accidental, therefore neglect, or non accidental – abuse, making it risky to take your children to casualty.

As many as can be harvested feed this industry. GPs ,schools, clubs and all agencies are trained to look for neglect/abuse first and communicate anything suspicious on secret MASH ( multi agency safeguarding hubs) computer sites.

Despite the rule of law, each LA assessor has it own definition of ‘harm’ and removal is by easily controlled local magistrates and care courts, whose judgements and proceedings are in secret and even judgments are rarely published.

So justice need not be even seen to have been done.

Appeals are practically almost impossible, even to the High Court, and an adoption reversal impossible, no matter how great the injustice, see the Webster Case.

Whether your child is removed also depends not only on your LA, but on where you live in the UK., only 35 per 10,000 children are in foster/residential care in Northern Ireland, 82 in Scotland and 62 in Wales and 52 in England.

England could save 1.5bn if it followed Northern Ireland’s example, which spends half its budget on preventing removal with no worsened outcomes for children shown. nhs

But there is no evidence, or even research that all our public billions with its destruction of millions of lives, has actually improved UK child protection.

UK has one of the highest child mortality rates.

Indeed, the much publicised horrific failures of protection were at the hands of the State itself-, Baby Peter and Victoria Climbie died in LA approved care.

And the boys in Doncaster, convicted of attempted murder were in foster care.

And this media exposure was then used to privatise LA child protection in Doncaster, and increase care applications .

Nor is there any evidence that it has improved outcomes for children, as outcomes for children in care continue to be much worse than for their peers.

only 14% achieved 5 A*-C GCSEs in 2015 compared to 55% nationally.

They are five times more likely to face exclusion from school and are hugely overrepresented in the youth justice system.

In 2015-2016 it was estimated that approximately 39% of the children in secure training centres had been in care.

The fostering industry is worth 1.7 billon of public money but largely unaccountable for its services.

22.7 % of foster placements breakdown and more than a fifth of UK children in foster care have moved home two or more times a year,

That equates to a lot of disruption and paid strangers in a child’s life time.

24,320 children went missing from care between 2012 -13, less than 2 years and in 2008  police searched for 10,000 a year in one year, spending even more public money and we have no definitive numbers of those still missing.

Read here the fate of one girl,who was adopted and only revealed because a High Court judge thought it ought in the public interest

Many have been groomed and raped as was Katie.

Far more emotional abuse than if left with their families.

But no one researches the affect of being taken from your family and brought up by several sets of strangers and it is not on the statutory welfare check list.

These children grow into adults who have had a lifetime of disruption, lost their family network and are left alone in the world.

Many suffer mental illness and even commit suicide.

Some mothers prefer to kill their children rather than see them in care – one after 60 professionals had arrived at her home and care was imminent for her 3 disabled children,

Another a child protection LA manager, Lianne Smith, took her baby son and infant daughter on the perfect holiday before suffocating them in their Hotel Miramar room.

Forced removal of babies is at an all time high as each baby is worth a minimum of £27,000 up to £54,000 to an adoption agency.

Between 2007 and 2014 a total of 13,248 babies were removed by the authorities.

Each baby was worth 27,000 up to £54,000 IF deemed hard of adopt easy to do, of public money to the adoption agency.

One mother had 17 babies removed.

in 2013, 2,018 babies were taken into care at birth or soon afterwards as opposed to 802 in 2008.

A senior judge in Milan declared that an Italian mothers treatment by a secret court resembled a horror film an unprecedented ‘act of extreme violence’ that could not have happened in Italy.

The mother had stayed in a hotel to attend an interview with Ryan air, she got the job, but lost her baby, when she was sectioned in the hotel, detained for weeks until her baby could be removed by Caesarean without her knowledge by court of protection order.
This Italian exposure -not allowed in UK- forced social workers to have to explain their actions to the head of the family division.

But the little girl is now adopted estranged for ever from her siblings, mother, father and grandparents.

Adoption and ever earlier State intervention have been seen by courts to be in a child’s welfare and the best option for a child, as the most ‘permanent’ of placements.

Yet we have no definitive number of adoption breakdowns nor those re entering care or outcomes for these children.

CORAM in 2008 paid £3,000 to assess families but £27, for an adoption from care so there is a huge conflict of interests between these roles

Care Orders are also the ultimate weapons of social control

Children are changing sex without their parents knowledge and being taken into care if their parents object

Such is the inference of State between parent and child the basic tenant of family life and society.

NHS can use them to enforce any NHS treatment as shown by Ashya King, whose parents were arrested and imprisoned when they arranged alternative treatment, which has now cleared their son of cancer.

Parents Rail Against Big Business Inside The Family Courts.

As millions are being made from tearing families apart and destroying lives nothing is being done except more greed and ease of removal of very lucrative commodities by courts LA outsourcers. Its our money, our children, our courts, our law we finance it all and private profits.
The foster care industry is venture capital backed private unaccountable and worth 1.7 billion on public money.via Parents Rail Against Big Business Inside The Family Courts.

The average foster placement is for less than two years, a fifth breakdown and many have over 3 placements a year, that is a lot of disruption- schools, friends, community and contact with many paid strangers, who replace their family.

Over 10,000 go missing, some never found. Read Sun expose and profit involved and think of the fate of these children so expensively cared for by the now for profit State.