To Sir Charles Pollard Q.P.M., Ll.B.,,
Thames Valley Police,
Oxon OX5 2NX
Although Judge Tyrer, Princes Risborough, is a
minor judge, he got himself caught up in the escalating problem
caused by judicial misconduct in the major secret family courts.
Miskulin embarked on a hunger strike when, in the High Court, Judge
Tyrer stole his children. This was reported on by the Daily
Tyrer's major error when in the Royal Courts of
Justice was to slap a worldwide gagging order on hunger striker
Miskulin, which linked Tyrer with the later outrageous behaviour of
a senior judge who jailed my colleague Mark Harris for ten months on
a spurious claim of Contempt of Court. The court was secret, and his
real reason for attacking Harris was that he disliked the
demonstrations outside his home in protest against the judge's
previous repeatedly illegal behaviour in secret family courts.
As an interesting side issue, the Police Federation
should consider whether they should act for judge who jails a
citizen for alleged contempt of court in a secret court, where there
are no witnesses.
Although I believe that tainted senior family court
judges should already have 24 hour police protection, I believe
there is a chance for me and my temperate colleagues to hold the
line against illegal reaction to attacks on children by these
disgraceful, ignorant judges. However, we need help from the police,
and it will also be helpful if you try to get Tyrer to remedy his
abysmal ignorance of the subject he is mishandling so spectacularly.
If he communicated with us, we could give him access to the crucial
statistics and other information he needs on the outcomes for
children from his kind of ignorant misconduct in the family courts.
It is possible that he would then alter his presently destructive
behaviour. Teenaged pregnancy for Miskulin's children is three times
more likely as a result of Tyrer's behaviour, as is future
criminality. Death is fifty times more likely.
which has been suggested, is an uncouth indicator of the seriousness
of the situation that Tyrer and his
colleagues have created, led by Sloss. I feel that it might be
possible to hold back more and more outraged fathers if you could
convince Tyrer of the seriousness of the developing situation.
Chief Justice Taylor said; "The law responds
to public opinion." However, these judges refuse to communicate with
the victims who come before them in their secret courts, or to
remedy their crass ignorance. Our alliance of reform groups will
continue to try to maintain the peace. However, if the judges remain
incommunicado and continue their misbehaviour, we will be brushed
aside by extremists. We have to show results in the medium future,
or lose control of an increasingly volatile situation.
Ivor Catt M.A.,
Editor, "Ill Eagle".
121 Westfields, St. Albans AL3 4JR
tel. 01727 864257