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.
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.
Well, that feels like a good day’s work:
Our meeting on June 23rd took place thanks to the ceaseless efforts of Brad Meyer who had videoed the previous meeting.
The visible result on the web is Enforcement of Bank of England Act 1694 – where ‘victims turned starfighters’ can publish their complaints. The idea is to group them so that the law can be changed.
Quite a few of us met in Committee Room 14 (decorated as the Gladstone Room) at the House of Commons on April 23rd, 2009 – after having participated in Challenging the Recession: Can we Change the Economy? Yes, we can!
We are now the hub of a network and can create an online community, also by using www.meetup.com, as Brad Meyer, our amateur cameraman and strategic advisor from Collaboration suggested.
The first task is for people to introduce themselves and their cases. Videos are the easiest way to tell your story.
Brad has recorded the first few. If you want to send yours, do let us know whether you are happy with the story to be shown in public or not.
We can always ‘hide’ stories, but it’s important to know them so that we can GROUP COMPLAINTS.
Getting individual justice and compensation AS WELL AS changing the law collectively – that’s what hopefully will happen thanks to more and more net- and web-working.
With all my German sense of order mixed with my Slavic passion,
Organiser, Forum for Stable Currencies