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by Steven Dawe, who has spent a week up on Hyde Park Gate in London, protesting against the secret ‘family’ court system.

Hi Guys.

Well its been an amazing week up on the roof 😀

Thanks to every one for all the support – and especially everyone who came down to support down on the ground xx

When I was eventually arrested I took up a common law position against the police’s authority – something I suggest more campaigners do.

This is a way of stating that you do not recognise the corrupt legal system that incorporates secret, undemocratic courts, without any public access or burden of proof.

So when I got to the station the custody Sergeant asked for my name and I replied ‘No Comment’.

His ill-advised reply to that was “Oh So you’re going to be a Git are you?”

They then proceeded to search me and only removed my belt.

During my 8am interview I would not give a name or any details about my self.

When they called me by my alleged name I just ignored them until they asked again – at which point I replied ‘Are you talking to me?’

Police interviews obviously all go on a record and it’s important to make clear that you don’t recognise the legal contract the state binds you with, with your legal name.

Instead of complying I voiced some home truths about the family court system and the police not enforcing court orders from the alienated parent – but always enforcing them when it comes to the resident parent.

The police of course tried to quickly move on from that but I stayed on the topic and made sure it was part of any future court proceedings.

After about 15 to 20 minutes it was back to the cell for a few hours sleep.

After 18 hours in custody we were released on bail about 12 noon to return 0n 15/10/2014.

They said the charge was aggravated trespass but on checking the paperwork the alleged offense is causing a public nuisance.

We were also banned from entering 20 named parks.

When asked if i understood I repeatedly replied ” I do not stand under.”

This tracks back to the legal contract the state keeps us in – and any cursory You Tube search will make clear why it is important to make this answer to any police question about ‘under-standing’.

I also didn’t sign for anything with my name.

When asked why I would not sign for anything I replied “No contract, No joinder “.

When they asked if i would agree to having my finger prints and DNA taken I said only under stress, duress and threat if violence.

On the plus side I did manage to educate them while I was there with the Cestui Que Vie Act 1666 and the Cancer act 1939.

I also told them they are in breach of their sworn common law oath by enforcing statutes for profit. 😀

UK law is corrupt and we must stop recognising the authority of the police and courts.

Only when enough people do this in enough numbers will we get back our inalienable human rights and our right to a family life.

Anyone with a conscience has a duty to protest a system of law that is entirely in secret, that is not democratic jury law, and which does not even rely on evidence to decide legal outcomes.

Until we are free and the people responsible for violating our family rights and abusing our children are brought to justice there will be no peace for anyone in supposed authority over us.

Posted by on August 21, 2014. Filed under UK AND GLOBAL NEWS. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry


  1. Steven Dawe

    August 21, 2014 at 12:22 pm

    Hyde Park Corner Protest against the corrupt family court system trafficking children for profit and abuse…..

    The Governments real agenda is to destroy communities, destroy families and destroy children(s) and Fathers/Mothers lives to sustain a continuous supply of customers for the corrupt secret family courts..

    Family courts are an industry of corruption trafficking children for abuse and for profit.

    The Government and the family courts are a private corporation for profit.

    The Government are the real Terrorists



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  2. gwen

    August 21, 2014 at 1:25 pm

    This family court system is out of hand,there is no justice,people and children are screaming to be heard,that’s why protests take place,this has to. Bee changed,it is not working in the high amounts of forced adoptions,it is the goverment that should sort out the this mess and stop the corruption of the social services falsifying reports etc,we the people want. Justice you are duty bound. To correct this

  3. Steven Dawe

    August 25, 2014 at 10:43 pm

    Incompetence by Design for profit.

  4. David mortimer

    September 13, 2014 at 6:17 pm

    False allegations of domestic violence and child abuse are used in the family courts on a daily basis right across the country by resident parents (mothers in the vast majority of cases) to dictate the outcome of contact and residence applications with impunity.

    The family courts view separating couples as two legal components: the ‘resident parent’ and the ‘non-resident parent’ (who does not live with the child). Although these two legal concepts might sound similar they are treated completely differently in the family courts. The only legal right a non-resident parent has is they can apply to the courts for contact. They do not have any other significant or presumptive rights over their children.

    Most people believe they have the right to be presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law if they were accused of domestic violence or child abuse given they are criminal offences. However, this principle only applies in criminal trials which have to prove a person is guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. It does not apply in the family courts which are civil proceedings where the best interest test is applied to all decisions which are made on a balance of probability.

    Family court judges do not believe it would be in a child’s best interest to question what the resident parent has said (to see if it is true or not) because they claim do so would undermind their authority as the primary care giver. You might wonder how any decision could ever be reasonably considered as safe and in a child’s best interests if they do not check.

    As a result of being separated from the father, children are placed at higher risk of child abuse, academic difficulties, conduct problems, and involvement with the criminal justice system.

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