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Friday, 31 August 2012

Arrest Warrant Sought For Tony Blair.




An arrest warrant for former British prime minister Tony Blair is being sought by the Society for the Protection of our Constitution (Spoc).

“We filed a complaint with the SA Police Service yesterday and a ‘crimes against the state’ docket was opened,” Muhammed Vawda, secretary of Spoc, said today.

“A case number was issued and it will go to the National Director of Public Prosecutions for a decision.”

Blair and former US president George W Bush were found guilty in absentia of crimes against humanity by the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Tribunal in November last year.

They were also found guilty of genocide for their roles in the Iraq War.The tribunal was presided over by five judges.

The court acknowledged that the verdict was non-enforceable, but the findings were reported to the International Criminal Court in The Hague.

The Daily Maverick reported that the official UK government inquiry into the Iraq War, the Chilcot Inquiry, is only set to release a report late into 2013, which will run more than 1-million words.

It reported that part of the delay was due to a row over whether Cabinet officials were willing to publish certain sensitive documents, such as notes passed between Blair and Bush, and records of their conversations.

The inquiry held public hearings between the end of 2009 and the beginning of 2011 on matters including the background to the war.

Blair is in South Africa this week as one of the speakers at the Discovery Leadership Summit at the Sandton Convention Centre today.

Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu withdrew from the summit yesterday because of Blair’s attendance.

The Muslim political party Al Jama-ah said it planned to protest against Blair when he spoke at the summit.
Vawda said South Africa was legally bound to the requirements of international law, as it fell under the United Nations jurisdiction, and therefore was compelled to co-operate.

“Legally speaking, we expect to get the warrant…all the grounds are there…there is no obstacle,” said Vawda.

South Africa must operate without fear, favour or prejudice, he said, adding that the judiciary, police and National Directorate for Public Prosecutions must not bow down to political pressure.

National Prosecuting Authority spokeswoman Phindile Louw said she would comment on the matter after checking on the complaint.

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Currently Evil Scum Like This Literally Get Away With Murder And Child Kidnapping But They Won't Get Away With It Forever.Their Time Is Short.

Remember The Words of Mahatma Gandhi.

"When I despair, I remember that all through history the ways of truth and love have always won. There have been tyrants, and murderers, and for a time they can seem invincible, but in the end they always fall. Think of it--always."

Friday, 17 August 2012

Will This Woman Be Prosecuted ? I Doubt It.





She's not White.

Thursday, 2 August 2012

Two Good Jobs Available. No Conscience Required.




It is interesting that Neath Port Talbot Council now find it necessary to form it's own Childcare Legal Team headed by Childcare Legal Services Manager Mr John Hodge.

Something they have never had before.

Proof that removing children from families is a very lucrative business.

 or

They are getting themselves deeper and deeper into trouble on a daily basis in the knowledge that people are waking up to what is exactly happening in this Councils Social Services Department.

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NO INJUNCTION CAN EVER BE TAKEN OUT TO COVER UP FOR CRIMINAL ACTS  

The job description is below.   


Job Details


Assistant Childcare Lawyer x 2

Ref: HRA11353/3610
Salary: £29,236 to 33,661 per annum Closing Date: 
12:00,06 August 2012
  
Internal  Applicants Only

 







Are you looking for a challenge? 

NPT is establishing its own Childcare Legal Team and is committed to providing quality services.



This is a unique and exciting challenge to help create a new team within a high performing authority.


You will hold your own caseload and in appropriate cases conduct your own advocacy.

 
You will be supervised by a Senior Lawyer and assisted by a dedicated team of paralegals. You must be a Solicitor or Barrister.


Both posts are for 37 hours per week and will be based at Port Talbot Civic Centre.

For an informal discuss please contact John Hodges on 01639 763759 or e-mail j.hodges@npt.gov.uk

You may apply online, download an application pack or contact the HR Recruitment Team by e-mail at jobs@npt.gov.uk or by telephone (01639) 686837 quoting the post title and reference number.

Welsh : Desirable
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Directorate:FINANCE & CORPORATE SERVICES
Section:CHILDCARE
Hours:37 HOURS PER WEEK
Contract:PERMANENT
Location:PORT TALBOT CIVIC CENTRE