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February 2016 newsletter from SAFARI

SAFARI is an organisation dedicated to helping victims of false allegations and wrongful convictions, and as such their work often overlaps with INNOCENT’s. As the number of scattergun-approach police trawling operations grows, SAFARI’s work is becoming ever more important in helping separate real perpetrators from innocents swept up the police net. 385 more words

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When Cheating is Okay

From my opinion column written for the Egremont 2Day newspaper.

I write for a lot of educational publications and course providers which never fails to bring me a continuous stream of new and novel subjects to write about. 499 more words


Modern Women want Freedom without Responsbility

If you meet a modern woman who waxes eloquent about being a “strong independent woman” and who is brainwashed with the rhetoric of #YOLO and “my life my choices”, tell her that: 312 more words


Ashpal Kaur Bhogal is a deranged, dangerous slut

So this British citizen woman of Punjabi descent has complained to Punjab Police to book her ex on charges of sexual harassment and “mentally, physically and emotionally torturing” her. 948 more words

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How to Prepare a Motion to Dismiss (Exemplified by Using the Blog Author’s Case)

The previous post concerned strategies for defendants who may not be able to afford a crack team of attorneys to advocate on their behalf to nevertheless defend themselves capably. 1,759 more words

Restraining Order Abuse

Darius Fleming's Character Was Questioned for One Reason: He Wears a Patriots Uniform

I hear it all the time in various phrases, but it basically comes down to this: “Cheatriots fans are the worst! Always got an imaginary chip on their shoulder.” 772 more words


Do-It-Yourself Approaches to Challenging Restraining Orders and Charges That Arise from Them

The next post will highlight and examine a sample case about “harassment” charges based on critical speech about someone to the public at large and explain how an appellate ruling from a case related to a defendant’s can be used to have charges dismissed. 1,782 more words

Restraining Order Abuse