Conference will lift lid on secret injustices of the UK’s family courts
- Children Screaming to be Heard conference will take place in London on Friday 25th July
- Vicky Haigh, former racehorse trainer, who was jailed on spurious charges and separated from her daughter, will address the conference and speak from personal experience
Vicky Haigh could not believe it was possible until it happened to her. She is not a criminal, just a normal mother who tried to protect her daughter from an abusive ex-husband, and who found herself jailed and separated from their child as a result.
The seemingly incredible series of events unfolded after Ms Haigh was sentenced to three years in prison, in 2011, for breach of a ‘non-molestation order’ relating to her daughter. Her only offence had been to run into the girl at a petrol station after her ex-husband was awarded custody.
To her surprise, the Family Division published a very hostile verdict of three years in prison on the non-molestation charge, the longest ever sentence received for breach of a NMO order in history, but Vicky was allowed to return home on probation after serving ten months as a model prisoner.
On Friday 25 July, she will address the Children Screaming to be Heard conference and question the government’s role in allowing the family courts to steal children away from their parents for no good reason. Continue reading
Mind the Gap – between Online and Mainstream Media. That was the title for the meeting, as awareness is clearly growing about
With the exception of Christopher Booker who writes regularly in The Telegraph, the mainstream media are still far too silent.
Hence we brought together John Ward as one of the most prolific and influential bloggers with Vicky, the only victim of the Family Courts who can be named thanks to John Hemming MP.
Since ‘child snatching’ is one of the ‘seven deadly syndromes and media cover-ups‘, we must do our best in the online world!…
After her ‘manifestly excessive’ sentence, a mother and ‘model prisoner’ is home again.
This latest article by Christopher Booker in The Telegraph does illustrate what we, as supporters and investigators of institutionalised child abuse, are up against:
Last month, I twice reported on the strange case of Vicky Haigh, a former racehorse trainer, who was appealing against her three-year prison sentence for breaching a “non-molestation order”, after she encountered her daughter by chance at a petrol station. This was by far the longest sentence ever given for breaching such an order, and she was given right to appeal by a High Court judge on the grounds that it was “manifestly excessive”.
There is an interesting collection of points, supposedly made by John Hemming on this post by Anonymous.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t reveal the source and the link to his article in the Huffington Post doesn’t work. Here it is: Vicky Haigh Case Raises Important Issues.
This article in the Daily Mail is an excellent account of Vicky’s saga and drama.
It reveals that her appeal for sentencing has been reduced from three years to two years and three months. But also that she expects to be free by Christmas.
The battle around access to her daughter remains, while the daughter is bound to live in hell… But judges ‘know better’ about the interest of a child, don’t they!…
In the Telegraph, Christopher Booker described it on 3rd December 2011 as Behind a wall of secrecy, parents who lost their children are now in jail. Lord Justice Wall has personally taken over two curious and troubling cases. Sir Nicholas Wall used to be excellent regarding keeping families together, I am told. Why is he separating these children from their mothers???
Christopher Booker is talking about
- Vicky Haigh who was jailed for three years for supposedly violating a ‘non-molestation order’
- The Musas whose next court hearing will be on 28th December, after they were jailed on 28th November 2011 for supposedly
- having abused their five children
- having attempted to kill their sixth child
- and for jumping bail.
It is unbearable to have to accept a world of lies and fabricated allegations that are sold as ‘truth’ to and by the meainstream media.
It is equally unbearable to learn that and how ‘higher’ judges hide behind the judgements of ‘lower’ judges. They just don’t challenge or question in the interest of
- fairness or respect.
They steamroll their decision through and protect their bretheren, for there is nobody (yet) who checks, who challenges or who might ‘judge the judges‘.