Wednesday, 15 May 2013


Lord Falconer was in charge at the Ministry of Justice while I was going through 7 years of Secret Family Court persecution, falsely accused of Parental Alienation Syndrome (which was invented by the False Memory Syndrome Foundation paedophile network in America). I had absolutly no idea why I had been taken to court, and I fought like a tiger to clear my name from this utter crap.

I wrote to him and told him about Richard Gardner and Ralph Underwager. Falconer just covered it up, that syndromes invented by paedophiles were being used in secret courts all over the UK.

Falconer left the MOJ during Gordon Brown's reign (I use the word reign, because these Prime Ministers are acting like the kings described in The Golden Bough, who reign for a short time then are sacrificed by the pagan priests), and he walked straight into a cushy job at Gibson Dunn and Crutcher in America, who had previously won an award for fast track adoption - Falconer was involved in protecting the secrecy of the Secret Family Courts which has been forcably adopting God knows how many children from poor people in the UK.

Falconer and his evil friends are desperatly trying to get this legalisation of murder into British law.


Zoompad said...

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP is pleased to announce that the firm will receive the 2006 Corporate Award for Special Achievement in Adoption from the North American Council on Adoptable Children (NACAC). Through this award, NACAC honors organizations that have made a significant contribution to adoption or permanence for children.
The award ceremony will be held in Long Beach at the Hyatt Regency Long Beach Hotel on Saturday, July 29 in conjunction with NACAC's 32nd annual conference. Nearly 1,500 conference attendees are expected from across the U.S., Canada and beyond.
The firm is being honored for the strides it has made in expediting the adoption process for thousands of children. In 1998, the firm spearheaded the Adoption Saturday project, which brings volunteer attorneys and judges together to finalize adoptions and has resulted in the adoption of thousands of children living in foster care. Since the program was created, Gibson Dunn attorneys and staff have personally handled more than 2,000 adoptions.
"We are honored to receive this award from NACAC in recognition of the work the firm has done for children who deserve to be placed in permanent homes as quickly as possible," said Los Angeles partner Mark Pecheck, who heads the Adoption Saturday program. "The program is an integral part of the firm's pro bono efforts and we look forward to helping many more families come together."
10 May 2011 01:27

George said...

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