Black Cap Murder of English Justice

James Colton FIGHTING BACK against judicial corruption

Never in the field of English justice have so many been let down by so few!

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Knuckle Dragging Primates of the English Justice System



I sat in the court looking at the Coat of Arms behind the judge. It said Dieu et mon droit. God and my right or "God and my right hand”, or "God and my lawful right”, or "God and my right shall me defend". What it really means is “Fuck You”.

Quisling Trials often referred to as a:

Kangaroo trial ignores recognized standards of law or justice. It carries no official standing in the territory within which it resides. England is a prime example..


By The Grace Of Go I

In England and later the United Kingdom, the phrase was used over centuries, most famously in the Magna Carta's opening greeting. When a defendant is hauled before an English court, he stands before one of the world's most tortuous systems on this planet . On a UK government website, it states, "Our courts system is complicated and – in places – confusing, because it has developed over 1,000 years rather than being designed from scratch."

It wasn't until the emergence of a barrister William Garrow PC KC FRS in the 18th century who fought tooth and nail for the adversarial system or adversary system. A legal system used in the common law countries where two advocates represent their parties' case.

Think About It!

In the 21st century, no cameras are allowed in an English court. Take a camera into a court's public lobby, and you will be surrounded by police. In America, cameras have been allowed in courts for decades.

In my case, I was hauled before a Quisling Court and not allowed to present any evidence, call witnesses or even submit an alibi. My lawyers were my prosecutors while the judge withheld exculpatory evidence in the form of Affidavits.

When a judge sitting in the European Court of Human Rights. In a judgment refers to the English courts "Now we wouldn't want any of the precious lessons from Kafka's Trial to go to waste, would we?" We know things are bad, terribly, bad.

European Court of Human Rights


    (Application no. 18837/06)



  1. I concede I embrace far more radical views on the right of an accused person to be present during all the stages of the proceedings in which issues regarding his or her liberty are being discussed and determined, if the accused person so requires. Hard as I try, I cannot bring myself to see the presence of the accused, in proceedings which determine their rights and their liberty, as a discretionary concession that essentially depends on the court's conviviality or misanthropy, or on whether the presiding judge had started the day in a cantankerous or in an affable mood. At stake for the applicant at that hearing of 11 October were her freedom, her future, her incarceration. It strikes me as at least moderately weird that every person in the universe had a “right” to be present in the courtroom on 11 October everybody, that is, except the person most immediately affected by the goings-on in that courtroom. Anyone can be there when imprisonment is being decided, provided it is not the person who is risking prison. Issues intimately concerning the accused are best discussed and determined behind the accused's back, where else? Now we wouldn't want any of the precious lessons from Kafka's Trial to go to waste, would we?

This judgment can be found on my website in DOCUMENTS

In the 2nd world war, I had a dad and three uncles fighting the Nazi's along with the Americans, Canadians, Australians and Russians for what. Had these brave young men had a glimpse of how things would be in the future. On leaving landing craft, they wouldn't have gone more than ten feet on those Normandy beaches.