Author Archives: Sabine Kurjo McNeill

About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is

Litigants in Person – A New Blog with a New Approach

This blog is the result of one ‘seasoned victim’ working with Brad Meyer who has been creating collaboration between many opposing camps in his professional life.

Here he is aiming at a better understanding between victims of white collar crimes who become Litigants in Person and the judiciary.



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The Forensics of Legal Fraud – The first two Volumes about Fraudulent Bankruptcies

I never thought I could get involved in individual cases. I felt too help- and powerless and too ignorant about courts and legalese.

But my colleague Brad Meyer began by designing a template and I got involved in writing one-page summaries. We wanted to group cases to enforce the Bank of England Act 1694 that was designed NOT to oppress Their Majesties’ subjects.

After spending a lot of time with Mr Ebert, Brad produced Volume 1 of The Forensics of Legal Fraud with him, one of four key cases of fraudulent bankruptcies.

I ended up producing Volume 2 with Paulette H Cooper who is one of these four cases.

These are real live cases – for students to study, for adults to consider – as a warning and possibly wake-up call – and as support and consolation for all other victims.

We believe that bankrupts have no chance of ever getting restitution or compensation for the injustice they have suffered. But we also trust that, together, we will make some difference some time.

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Bloggers as victims? They need to be gagged to protect child snatching from being shown up!

Bloggers unite! Get gagging orders or ‘injunctions’ to comply with people who don’t want you to expose their criminal behaviour.

Look at this terrible child snatching case that I documented below and got threatened with an “injunction” – less than two hours before a Court hearing…

Here’s what I published about state kidnapping before.

Now ask yourself why there seems to be only one British journalist (Christopher Booker at the Telegraph) writing about this crime that seems to be going on more than anybody knows – but that seems to be true for ALL styles of victimisation:

Another ‘horrible’ case for you, Mr Loughton

Here’s the announcement: Rise in number of children referred to child protection services in Wales. Just as 75,000 home repossessions were expected…


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29 Case Stories on Enforcement of Bank of England Act 1694 and Victims Unite!

Well, that feels like a good day’s work:

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Four online petitions with remarkable comments – expressions of the “Zeitgeist” in the UK

Gathering signatures with online petitions is one of the tools that NGOs (non-governmental organisations) can use to get support, get heard and apply some pressure. I’ve tried it four times so far:

  1. Stop the Cash Crumble to Equalize the Credit Crunch
  2. Financial Fairness for Voters and Taxpayers, please!
  3. Stop the Oppression of the British people
  4. WANTED: Fair Trials and Compensation

Click here for the latest statistics as well as collated comments.

For the complete chronology of websites please go here.

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Letter to the Guardian

Paulette has sent this letter to the Guardian about her traumatic experience which is documented by photos here:

Dear Sirs,

Please see on the link below photographs of a criminal breaking, entering and trespass by Lincoln County Court Bailiffs, locksmiths, an HBOS representative whilst three police officers stood by and watched them commit these crimes. There are hundreds of these illegal possessions and unlawful bankruptcies  happening every week in the UK leaving people shell shocked and traumatised, not to mention homeless. Many of them do not even understand their rights or why the Law and the Courts have failed them. We do however know that the greed of the criminals working within HMCS is the real problem!

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Independent test of the new Legal Complaints Service

This site is an invitation to submit any complaint you may have about any law firm.

The author is a professional tester with lots of experience since 1975 which can be viewed on this history page.

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