Un-named "Magistrate" "Orders" "attempted murder" by 5 security guards in Court
89 viewsPublished on 17 Sep 2015A so called "magistrate" who would not give his name, "ordered" 5 well built security guards on a man for asking the judge's name and whether he was acting under his oath - the man, Barry Lyndon, was thrown on a court bench with his arm twisted behind his back, then picked up by the arm and thrown on the floor, left for dead. No ambulance was called despite the man clearly needing medical attention. He was left on the floor unconscious, whilst the security guards, who removed their badges and turned their name badges over so as not to be identified, threatened him further with arrest. The court officials refused to name the judge and the security guards from Serco & Mitie. One was apparently a Police officer.
Thames Magistrates' Court Tuesday 15 September 2015, court 6,Waltham Forest Council V Barry Lyndon- no listings in court for 2000 fraudulent claims for Council Tax,Attempted murder on Barry Lyndon, by 4 security guards & Police Officer GD308, under manager Anthony Wallcott, security guards from Mitie & Serco Security firms, official witnesses, Vishu Bar 0014, Ms Goodge to reckless endangerment by security, upon orders by a judge (who refused to give his name but claimed to be a District Judge, refused to confirm if he was acting under God's oath to serve and protect God's children) who abandoned the court twice- The judge committed High Treason by ordering security staff to disregard the life of Barry Lyndon - Barry "I'm glad I got out alive" "I've seen before, not this worse"— with Barry Lyndon and Frances Inglis at Thames Magistrates Court.
- John Banks Fucking scumbag’s, unnecessary unprovoked violence metered out on Barry Lyndon when the courts jurisdiction and the councils claim is brought into question! It’s clear; these rooms of grand theft are protected by steroid enhanced thugs who think nothin...See More
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