GUY TALOR JAILED

GUY TALOR JAILED

Postby MikeThomas » Tue Apr 12, 2016 9:10 am

This is hot off the presses from our good friends over at Get Out Of Debt Free.com

NEW AFTERNOON UPDATE BELOW .....

( am) URGENT-URGENT-URGENT...PLEASE SHARE, SHARE, SHARE.....

.Have just spoken to Linda Taylor regarding Guys Taylor appearance in Aberystwyth wales this morning, just to give you a heads up on what has happened previously the Police came to Guys house earlier in the year and arrested him for non appearance of bail, Guy has never been arrested or charged with any crime in Aberystwyth and so therefore he could never have been on bail - NOW THE MOST URGENT OF MATTERS- Guy appeared in court and the court clerk (Micheal Cray) who seemed demented or on drugs said you pleaded not guilty MR Taylor to which Guy replied that he had NO CASE TO ANSWER, upon Guy's response the Court clerk went balistic and ordered the Police to take Guy down to the cells for contempt of court they then proceeded to hear the case in Guys absence this was after they had cleared the court of witnesses, this court clerk does not sit at this court and was shipped in especially to commit this crime, this court has just broken The Universal Declaration of Human Rights 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 basically nearly all of them.
PLEASE PHONE AND CONTACT THE MAGISTRATES COURT IN ABERYSTWYTH AND THE POLICE INFORMING THEM THAT A CRIME HAS JUST BEEN WITNESSED AND ALL THOSE INVOLVED WILL BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE....According to Company check the CEO OF THE COURT, THE COURT MANAGER IS MR MEINIR WILLIAMS.....if anyone can attend the court Guy & Linda would be very grateful for any assistance
(pm) NEW UPDATE FURTHER TO EARLIER MORNING COURT APPEARANCE 11TH APRIL 2016
PLEASE SHARE .....Update regarding our good friend Guy Taylor Guy has been found guilty of contempt of court despite not being guilty of what he has been accused of, he has been sent to Swansea prison for 7 days, and this afternoon a women prosecutor appeared in the court and lied in the dock about guy's behaviour, she was not even present at the morning hearing and she purgered herself in court by lying about his behaviour. The Magistrates appeared to be on Guy's side however the Court Clerk Micheal Cray instructed the magistrates to retire because they appeared uncomfortable with what was happening and when they re-appeared with the clerk they found Guy guilty the Clerk more or less lead the whole proceeding's and he was especially shipped in..
What is happening in Aberystwyth Magistrates Court ? Complete corruption and it's outrageous what is going on in this court it is run by criminals against the people. Once Guy has been released we will discuss what Lawful Action (unlike them) can be take against these criminals running Aberystwyth's Magistrates court and in particular this Man Micheal Cray (criminal) Clerk of the Court.

Here's a link to the whole piece: http://www.getoutofdebtfree.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=60&t=98022#.Vwy7cPkrLIV
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Re: GUY TALOR JAILED

Postby musashi » Thu Apr 14, 2016 7:07 pm

For those who are interested you can go to today's ukcolumn and hear Guy tell the story.
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Re: GUY TALOR JAILED

Postby musashi » Thu Apr 14, 2016 7:24 pm

For those others of you who might be interested, the following is an extract from an old FOIR I made some years ago to HMCTS when we first started having trouble with these guys.
I was asking for a precise description of the powers of the clerk of the court, now called the legal advisor. I've cut out the bullshit they gave me for a while and just pasted the meat here.
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Your emails have been passed to the Criminal Operations Branch HMCS for a reply. Our response will deal, from an operational view, with the precise job description, powers and authority of magistrates' court clerks in criminal proceedings in the magistrates' court. Where other courts are referred to they are mentioned by name. I have divided your initial enquiry into segments in order to address each element.

Question: Does the clerk have anything other than a supporting role to play in court proceedings?

Answer: It may be useful for us to give some background. A clerk is defined as a justices' clerk or assistant clerk i.e. legal advisor. Cases in the magistrates' courts are usually heard by a panel of three magistrates (Justices of the Peace) supported by a legal advisor.

Functions
The legal advisor in a magistrates' court has many functions. These are found in the Courts Act 2003 and include giving advice to any or all of the Justices of the Peace to whom he is clerk about matters of law (including procedure and practice) on questions arising in connection with the discharge of their functions, including questions arising when the clerk is not personally attending on them. See section 28 in the attached link:

http://www.opsi.gov.uk/RevisedStatutes/A...

Description of role
There is also a detailed description of the clerk's role in the magistrates' court in the Consolidated Criminal Practice Direction V.55 CLERK RETIRING WITH JUSTICES.
http://www.justice.gov.uk/criminal/procr...

Question: may the clerk assume the authority, for example, to order an arrest, or removal from the court?

Answer; Where there is an incident in the court then the Courts Act 2003 sets out the role of the Court Security Officer (CSO). Should there be a disturbance in the body of the court it is the responsibility of Court Security Officers under instruction from the clerk or the bench to deal with this in accordance with the provisions of the Court Act 2003.
http://www.opsi.gov.uk/RevisedStatutes/A...

A brief overview of the relevant sections is as follows:

Sections 51 - 56 of the Courts Act 2003 provide for the establishment of Court Security Officers and set out the powers that these officers will have in respect of searches, exclusion, removal and restraint, surrender and retention of articles etc.

Section 57 makes it an offence to assault or otherwise obstruct a Court Security Officer in the execution of his/her duty.

This Act only applies to Crown, County and Magistrates' Courts (including combined and family courts as appropriate) at all times when court business is taking place. For all other buildings, including tribunals, the act does not apply, but policy arrangements should be made to ensure that the security and safety of the building is maintained

CSOs will obey the instructions of the court, and this will include instructions from the bench, passed through the clerk, to remove someone from a courtroom. The Act specifically says that this particular power can be exercised at the request of a judge or justice of the peace (section 53 (4). Court Security Officers, do not have any specific powers of arrest: the Courts Act 2003 only mentions specifically powers of restraint, exclusion and removal (section 53, 1) to 3). The powers of restraint and exclusion may be employed (a) to enable court business to be carried on without interference or delay; (b) to maintain order; and (c) to securie the safety of any person in the court building. Exclusion from, or removal from may be employed when someone has refused to be searched or to surrender an item when requested.

V54 of the Consolidated Criminal Practice Direction deals with contempt in the face of the court:
http://www.justice.gov.uk/criminal/procr...

Question: Is the clerk's role purely advisory Their role is advisory and executive, but responsibility lies with the Bench.

Question : does the clerk have executive power, or authority, to act as might a judge or magistrate?
Answer: This depends on the function that the justices' clerk is carrying out. See Courts Act 2003 section 28.

http://www.opsi.gov.uk/RevisedStatutes/A...

The Justices' Clerks Rules 1999 may be found on the UK Statute Law Database. Rule 2 of these Rules provides that the things specified in the Schedule which are authorised to be done by, to or before a single justice of the peace, may be done by, to or before a justices' clerk This includes:
3. The issue of a warrant of arrest, whether or not endorsed for bail, for failure to surrender to the court, where there is no objection on behalf of the accused.
http://www.statutelaw.gov.uk/

Question where is the job description ( which will include a limitation of clerk's powers) laid down? - otherwise no-one would know how to do the job, or how to train others to do it Answer The legislative provisions are found in various Acts, Practice Directions and Rules. A 'job description' might include:

* Manage the court room so that it runs efficiently and effectively
* Advise the Bench on law, practice and procedure
* Facilitate the decision making process applying a structured approach, identifying relevant issues to be incorporated into Justices' reasons
* Assist with the drafting of Justices' reasons
* Communicate in clear and concise language
* Promote partnership and team work with colleagues and the Bench
* Use delegated judicial powers effectively for the purpose of effective case management
* Facilitate the administration in the court room, with the use of IT as appropriate
* Conduct legal research as appropriate to carry out the functions of the role

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Re: GUY TALOR JAILED

Postby MikeThomas » Fri Apr 15, 2016 8:28 am

So, if I'm reading this right Lance, the clerk of the court (in Guy's case) was well out of order?
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Re: GUY TALOR JAILED

Postby musashi » Fri Apr 15, 2016 9:31 am

Hi MIke.
It's been a while since I read this stuff but I think it safe to say that the geezer was well out of order!
I've passed the Foir on to Guy and a couple of others good with law and we'll see where we can go with this. I think he's up for grabs, especially with the new statute out regarding their obligation to have public indemnity bonding. I've done a lot of work on the insurance angle over the years and they are vulnerable there.
For anyone interested in that angle they could make a start with one of my old posts - The Uniform Bonding Code - on this site. It's easy reading.

I liked the bit where the instant background check happened and it turns out the guy might just be one of those pervy willy-watcher types. As they try to discredit us, just so may we discredit them and let their friends and family know what they get up to when no-one's looking. We are getting better at this. :grin:

Stay tuned to the column, there are several short vids coming out soon.
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