TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
This is to confirm that, following the publication of my website www.vickyhaigh.wordpress.com in May this year, Ms Jo Dean consulted with me because her case was ever so similar.
I have received many emails from her and she sent me a number of documents. But as a system analyst, software designer and web publisher, I have hardly any court experience. Hence, as in all victim stories, I was struggling to make sense out of the puzzle pieces, before being able to publish anything coherent and sensible.
Whilst updating Vicky Haigh’s website recently, I eventually published some of Ms Dean’s documents – without her knowledge or consent, trying to put them into an appropriate context – as one of many cases that have come to my attention – of UK Social Services stealing children aka state kidnapping.
In the same spirit, I also published The Secrecy of the Family Courts should be lifted NOW which has attracted 537 signatures and nearly 6,000 page views to date. The Twitter page on David Tune, the perpetrator in Vicky Haigh’s case, has been viewed over 38,000 times. It was published as one of 14 superinjunctions, as the only one relating to child abuse. The Untold story of gagging orders published by The Independent points out that only 69 gagging orders apply to celebrities, while 264 of them apply to children and young adults.
Given that I am publishing information for and about many victims of white collar crimes, I was following Jeremy Bentham’s quote: Publicity is the very soul of justice. It is the surest of all guards against improbity. It keeps the judge himself, while trying, under trial.
However, in my experience, publicity does not keep solicitors from acting unethically. Hence there are websites such as Solicitors from Hell or Crooked Lawyers with an interesting video by one victim.
My first websites concentrated on publicising the CAUSES of monetary ills. Lately I concentrated on victims as the EFFECTS. A full history can be viewed here.