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These are the charges set against the flying Vet Maurice Kirk - an inncocent man | 29.11.2009 18:56 | Repression | World

The following gives the unsavoury flavour of the depth of corruption. The second article goes into greater detail concerning official corruption in this case. It is time honourable Members of Parliament took up the baton and demand answers. The behaviour of police and the judiciary is typical of the Middle Ages, not of the 21st century!

These are the charges set against the flying Vet Maurice Kirk - an inncocent man.


My Friend Maurice Kirk the flying vet on hunger strike


Criminal Charges against Maurice Kirk: Indictment:

“Count 1. POSSESSION OF A PROHIBITED WEAPON, contrary to section Blah, blah, blah, blah. PARTICULARS OF OFFENCE: Had in his possession a firearm ... so designed that two or more missiles could be successively discharged without repeated pressure on the trigger.”

Count 2.

SELLING ... A PROHIBITED WEAPON contrary to section blah, blah, blah. PARTICULARS OF OFFENCE: Sold ... a firearm ... designed etc. etc. etc. without repeated pressure on the trigger.”

Here we come to the best bit: The ancient Lewis gun (attached to a replica WW1 biplane), bought by Kirk & sold on by him did not HAVE a flippin’ trigger – it had been removed! It did have holes drilled in the side, & the spout bunged up. Even so, it could still cause serious injury – if you dropped it on your foot! The brave boys & girls in blue will say it could have a trigger fitted, the holes welded up, & the barrel bored out. No doubt it could. With much less trouble a 6” x 3’ drainpipe propped at an angle can be used to fire a high explosive mortar bomb, & any handyman could soon turn a 4” drainpipe into a rocket propelled grenade launcher.

YCMIU (2).

In London there is a very expensive wastepaper bin which calls itself ‘The Office for Judicial Complaints’ (OJC). It is there you send complaints about judges. I complained to them of criminal collusion between Judge Nicholas Cooke, South Wales Police & Dr. Tegwynn Williams. A reply from case Worker Anna Scranney dated 28th November 2009, ref. 6914/2009 dismissed my complaint, & said “You should refer this matter to the Police Authorities.”

So, if the Gestapo have committed crime, you should report them - to the Gestapo!

YCMIU (3). I understand that the first social worker's report states that Maurice is a grade 3 threat "due, in part, to the threat of his attracting media attention"!!

Can anybody find words to describe any of this? - Because I can’t!

Norman Scarth.


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The Flying Vet - Threat

29.11.2009 20:09

I logged in to Maurice's Flying Vet website and read the first social worker's report which states that Maurice is classed as a grade 3 threat and I quote
"In part due to the risk of attracting media attention" . As I see it this means that Maurice is "In part", a political prisoner..
You are so right, you couldn't make it up. But then we wouldn't want to. We leave that to the frauds and fabricators

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Kirk's no martyr

30.11.2009 13:15

Kirk’s a publicity-seeking mentally-ill person (and, no, that’s not libellous – he’s been sectioned at least once before, you can read the psychiatrist’s report on his website, and he has spent years describing himself as the “mad vet”).

I can understand his family and friends trying to protect him – that’s what family and friends are for – but I really don’t get this drive to present him as some kind of martyr.

Harmless eccentric? Tell that to the people he’s attacked. As the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons noted when they struck him off in 2002, he’d then been convicted of 20 offences in seven years, including three assaults. In one case, where he attacked a member of the public, he had to be subdued with CS gas.

His flying antics may fill him with joy, but his crashes in the Dominican Republic, Japan and so on have caused wasted time for the emergency services. And you’d have to be an utter moron to think that, post-911, the president’s security would be happy with some curious English bloke flying around the President’s ranch without clearance. Given his repeated crashes, and the risk he poses to safety, it’s a good thing he’s not allowed to fly any more.

His supporters think he's been done on trumped-up charges - and the case does seem weird. But the issue now doesn't seem to be the gun, but his own unwillingness to engage with the justice system (like some irate war criminal who refuses to accept the court). He has a history of making a fool of himself in court (including the case where he jumped out of the witness box and shouted at the prosecutor: "I will tip you upside down and use you as a money box"). Of course, when a judge suggests he gets representation rather than making his situation worse by rambling off paranoid digressions, Kirk has a go at him too.

Maurice Spock