Sunday, 5 January 2014
Another Good, Honest, Brave Man Joins The Fight For Truth And Justice.
More good news over the weekend.
We are pleased to announce that Councillor Steve Hunt of Seven Sisters and Leader Of The Independent Group Of Councillors on Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council has publicly declared his support for the " Justice 4 Linda Lewis Campaign."
Linda and myself have met with Steve on a couple of occasions since he was originally approached about this case by a member of Linda's team and we admire his openness and bravery in allowing us to release the following statement on his behalf.
For Immediate Release
The " Justice 4 Linda Lewis Campaign."
After careful scrutiny of the evidence which includes the letter dated 5th December 2013 sent to Mr David Rees AM from Mr David Michael , Head of Legal Services at Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council I am 100% convinced that the local authority of which I am an elected Councillor for Seven Sisters, have to answer very serious questions on whether they did indeed act both illegally and unlawfully in removing the 12 year old daughter of Linda Lewis from her sick children's bed in Florida in 1998 without any valid legal or lawful authority.
I wish to make it clear that I also agree with the conclusion reached by the UK Column of the 20th of December 2013 and if again the evidence presented is proven then this is indeed a clear case of kidnapping and trafficking of a minor.
I also believe that if Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council did deliberately mislead the courts in the past in order to obtain an injunction to cover up for the actions of agents of Neath Port Talbot Social Services then these very agents or officers should be brought to justice.
Councillor Steve Hunt.
On behalf of everyone involved in the campaign who fully support Linda and her family in their quest for justice , welcome on board Steve.
We look forward to working with you.
Councillor Steve Hunt is applauded for his actions on todays UK Column Live which can be viewed HERE starting 41 minutes and 30 seconds into the programme and again at the end.
Posted by Kevin Edwards at 17:35:00