THE SYSTEM

 

 

 

FICTION

 

The System is a fictional work inspired by a true story. The names and locations have been changed to protect the identities and characters both living and dead. The book offers an insight into several aspects of the British judicial legal system, how once targeted by those in authority, when influenced by secret societies, anyone can have their lives destroyed as those in trusted positions bring to bear unlimited resources against their victims. Quite literally, these are the Witch Trials of the 21st Century.

 

 

Plot Outline

 

A dysfunctional family invite a man to a birthday party, which arranged meeting sparks a romance. Some years later a serious car accident leaves the mother disturbed, after which tensions build to breaking point and the relationship ends abruptly when the man finds that she has lied about their finances to her father, a local man with powerful masonic connections and influence within the local constabulary.

 

This does not sit well with the teenage daughter, who blames her lot in life on the man leaving, after her real father had rejected her for a second time. The double rejection causes her to hate men and to wants to take out her anger on the most disposable: the mother's departing boyfriend, who she had been secretly fantasizing over. She accuses the man of sexual assault, having first threatened him that she would do so if he did not return to her mother. The boyfriend does not respond to blackmail, especially from a 14 going on 15 year old girl. But there is no stopping her. He is tried, convicted and sent to prison. During the trial, the man realises he has been manipulated from the start................. He then sets about clearing his name......... a journey that shows the judicial system for what it is..... a witch hunt .......

 

 

 

 

Opening Scene: a Cliff top in Sussex

 

Standing on the edge of a lesser known cliff top overlooking a sleepy Sussex town, Jane caught her breath, taken away briefly by the stunning sunset playing across the English Channel. It was a balmy evening, the wind softly gusting onshore, the sea a dark steel grey, waves gently rippling split by a golden swath of light coming from the bright orb of a Sun slowly sinking into the ocean and silently drawing a close to another glorious day.

 

Jane waited until the Sun disappeared below the horizon, she was sobbing. Tears rolled down her cheeks. She felt let down, abandoned and life seemed pointless, it had for some time and she'd cried for help, but real help was not on hand. She stood up and leaned into the empty air, describing a perfect dive. The air rushed to greet her for a few moments of serene freedom, then inevitability a sudden and final end. Yet nobody witnessed her passing. A few seabirds briefly looked sideways and that was that. It was as if she'd never existed, except for a few crustaceans, alerted to the possibility of a fresh meal.

 

It was late the next day when a couple walking along the shore spotted her broken untidy form..........

 

 

Scene Two: an inquest

 

Marie is a community nurse working with disturbed patients. She likes her job because it offers her the chance of working part time and gives her freedom during the day ..... But her home life is empty without a partner to share her time with, She has two children, a girl and a boy, separated by a few years. The children's father left the family when Marie became pregnant, sexually gratifying himself with several other partners. To make matters worse, the natural father of her children suffers from a personality disorder which compels him to lie constantly to make himself appear more important. This, it turns out may be hereditary ........

 

 

 

 

ATONEMENT

 

Another superb work of fiction where the distortions and jealousy of a young girl send an innocent man to prison and ruin the lives of himself and the girl he loves. This story in not based on fact, but us brilliantly written and faithfully portrayed in a film version.

 

 

Atonement water fountain scene, James McAvoy and Keira Knightley  Saoirse Ronan as Briony Tallis (age 13)

 

James McAvoy as Robbie Turner and Keira Knightley as Cecilia Tallis  -  Saoirse Ronan as Briony Tallis

 

Movie poster for Atonement, starring James McAvoy and Keira Knightley

 

Atonement movie poster, James McAvoy and Keira Knightley

 

 

 

 

LINKS and REFERENCE

 

 

 

 

A - Z ACTORS INDEX

 

 

 

Adam Sandler

Al Gore

Alec Baldwin

Angelina Jolie

Anthony Hopkins

Arnold Shwazenneger

Arnold Vosloo

Ashlea Kaye

Ben Affleck

Ben Stiller

Brad Pitt

Brendan Fraser

Bruce Willis

Burt Lancaster

Cameron Diaz

Catherine Zeta Jones

Charlize Theron

Chris Cooper

Clark Gable

Clint Eastwood

Collin Farrell

Daniel Craig

Demi Moore

Dennis Hopper

Denzel Washington

Dermot Mulroney

Drew Barrymore

Dwayne Johnson

Eric Bana

Eva Green

George Clooney

Gerard Butler

Gerard Depardieu

Glen Close

Goldie Hawn

 

 

 

Gregory Peck

Gwyneth Paltrow

Halle Berry

Harrison Ford

Harvey Keitel

Hugh Jackman

Humphrey Bogart

Ian Holm

Ingrid Bergman

Jack Black

Jack Nicholson

James Caan

James Cromwell

James McAvoy

Jason Statham

Jean Reno

Jeff Bridges

Jeff Daniels

Jennifer Garner

Jim Carrey

Joaquin Phoenix

John Hurt

John Travolta

John Wayne

Johnny Depp

Judi Dench

Julia Roberts

Julie Andrews

Kate Hudson

Kate Winslett

Kathy Bates

Keanu Reeves

Keira Knightley

Kevin Spacey

Kim Basinger

 

 

 

Kirk Douglas

Kirsten Dunst

Kristen Bell

Kurt Russell

Leonardo di Caprio

Liam Neeson

Linda King

Linda Kozlowski

Lindsay Lohan

Liz Hurley

Mads Mikkelsen

Marilyn Monroe

Mark Wahlberg

Marlon Brando

Matt Damon

Matthew McConaughey

Megan Fox

Mel Gibson

Michael Cain

Michael Douglas

Michael Fassbender

Michael J Fox

Michael Keaton

Michelle Pfeiffer

Mike Myers

Morgan Freeman

Naomi Watts

Nicholas Cage

Nicole Kidman

Orlando Bloom

Owen Wilson

Paul Bettany

Paul Hogan

Penelope Cruz

Pierce Brosnan

Quentin Tarantino

 

 

Rachel Weisz

Rebecca De Mornay

Reese Witherspoon

Rennee Zellweger

Richard Gere

Robert de Niro

Roger Moore

Russell Crowe

Sally Edwards

Sam Neil

Sam Worthington

Samuel L Jackson

Sandra Bullock

Scarlett Johansson

Sean Connery

Sharon Stone

Shia LeBeouf

Shirley Temple

Sigourney Weaver

Stanley Baker

Stephen Chow

Steve Martin

Steve McQueen

Steven Segal

Slyvester Stalone

Ted Danson

Tim Roth

Tobey Maguire

Tom Cruise

Tom Hanks

Tommy Lee Jones

Uma Thurman

Willem Dafoe

Will Smith

Yul Brynner

 

 

 

 

 

 

A - Z FILMS INDEX

 

 

 

13 GOING ON 30

16 BLOCKS

20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA

A PERFECT STORM

ALIEN

AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH

ATONEMENT

AUSTIN POWERS

BABE

BACK TO THE FUTURE

BATMAN

BIG MIRACLE

BRAVEHEART

BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S

BRIDGET JONES' DIARY

CASABLANCA

CASINO ROYALE

CAST AWAY

CATWOMAN

CHRISTINE

CON AIR

CROCODILE DUNDEE

DAREDEVIL

DEAD CALM

DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER

DIE HARD

DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS

DISCLOSURE

DOLORES CLAIBORNE

DOLPHIN TALE

DR. NO

DUMB AND DUMBER

ERIN BROCKOVICH

FATAL ATTRACTION

FIRE ON THE AMAZON

FLIPPER

FLY AWAY HOME

FREE WILLY

FRENCH KISS

FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE

GLADIATOR

GOLDFINGER

 

 

GONE WITH THE WIND

HARRY POTTER

HORNBLOWER

INDIANA JONES

JAMES BOND

JAWS

JURASSIC PARK

JUST LIKE HEAVEN

KING KONG

KUNG FU HUSTLE

LEON

MAN ON FIRE

MASTER and COMMANDER

MEAN GIRLS

MEDICINE MAN

MEN OF HONOUR

MISERY

MISS CONGENIALITY

MOBY DICK

MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY

NAKED GUN

NATIONAL TREASURE

OUT OF TIME

OVERBOARD

PARENT TRAP

PAYBACK

PEARL HARBOUR

PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN

PLANET OF THE APES

PRETTY WOMAN

PROMETHEUS

PSYCHO

P2 DEAD MANS CHEST

QUANTUM OF SOLACE

RACE THE SUN

RAMBO

ROB ROY

ROBIN HOOD PRINCE OF THEIVES

ROBOCOP

ROXANNE

SCHOOL OF ROCK

SCOTT OF THE ANTARCTIC

 

 

SEABISCUIT

SHORT CIRCUIT

SKYFALL

SPEED

SPIDERMAN

STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN

STAR GATE

STAR TREK

STAR WARS

THE 39 STEPS

THE AVIATOR

THE COUNT OF MONTE CHRISTO

THE DA VINCI CODE

THE DAMBUSTERS

THE FLY

THE FOG

THE MASK

THE MATRIX

THE MUMMY

THE MUMMY RETURNS

THE PATRIOT

THE PERFECT STORM

THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS

THE SOUND OF MUSIC

THE TERMINATOR

THE THING

THE WITCHES OF EASTWICK

THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH

THE WORLDS FASTEST INDIAN

THUNDERBALL

TITANIC

TOMORROW NEVER DIES

TOP GUN

TRADING PLACES

TREASURE ISLAND

TROY

TRUE GRIT

UNFORGIVEN

YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE

WAR OF THE WORLDS  

WATERLOO BRIDGE

ZULU

 

 

 

 

A TRUE STORY

 

 

Prison Diaries, Chapter one, Crucifixion, Nelson Kruschandl - An Innocent Man

 

 

Noble Cause Corruption - is where the cause is noble, but the means to achieve it is corrupt. The cause in this case was increasing the conviction rate for sexual offences. Rapists and pedophiles are the targets, and nobody would deny that the objectives are sound. The corruption is that the methods used were certain to convict a proportion of innocent men. Thus, the guarantee of a fair trial under Article 6 went out the window, and the right to challenge a wrongful conviction is in the hands of a Single Judge at the Appeal Court - but the single judges will not let sex cases through. Why? Because the British Government want to maintain the illusion that their justice system works. Meantime, hundreds of men are spending time in prison who should not be there, and because the appeal system is also corrupt (discriminatory), they never get a chance to overturn their conviction.

 

In this case, the state crucified him. The local police produced evidence at his trial that was guaranteed to convict him, then made sure the local press published details of his conviction so that nobody would believe his revelations about corruption in local government. The so-called forensic evidence turned out to be junk science, a natural feature that was understood in the USA to be just that - had not found its way into UK guidance. The prosecution of course knew all about that, but stayed silent. Presented in court as controversial, what the Crown's expert meant was that US studies did not accord with UK studies at the time. Two months after the trial the UK studies recognised the US studies, hence her testimony would not have been allowed. There is no room in any Courtroom for controversial evidence. Where that is introduced, a Jury is being asked to speculate as to science - where only expert testimony should be allowed. The victim of this injustice would not learn that until three years into his sentence. The CCRC did not tell him about the cases they had referred to the Court of Appeal - and in his case, they turned a blind eye. This is a true story based on official documents. Not to be published until after the subject's appeals in Europe are heard.

 

 

Prison Diaries, Resurrection of an Innocent Man, Nelson Kruschandl

 

His barrister didn't show the jury the accused' diaries, he should have, because the girl's mother reminded the accused to send Valentines cards every year - which she, err, seems to have forgotten to mention to the court.  She also forgot to tell the prosecution about the existence of her own diaries. These diaries reveal that the accused was not alone with the girl as she had claimed. Why do you suppose her mother might hide this information?

The accused was instructed not to venture why the girl should make up her story by his barrister, but of course he has a good idea. Sadly, that cannot be revealed just yet for legal reasons. He did say he could forgive a 15 year old for some kind of unthinking hormone driven revenge for not doing what she had wanted, but not a mature woman - who would have known better. The accused had refused to get together with the girls mother. The girl wanted the accused to get together with her mother. It's an or-else situation and the accused was threatened - which information the defence lawyers failed to introduce - despite instructions to the contrary.


Local newspapers breached a Court Order prohibiting publication, and published mid-trial, which to us seem the most damaging time to publish, to virtually guarantee conviction. Nearly all the local papers published at the same time - in orchestrated fashion - obviously from a shared source; presumably the reporter attending. Is that responsible reporting?

Once they had convicted the victim of this injustice, the Crown tried to prevent him publishing his story. Why would they do that? Fortunately, Judge Cedric Joseph (this was his last case) was persuaded by barrister Michael Harrison, that that would breach the chaps human rights. The Judge agreed, subject to not naming the girl or her mother.

 

Ascension of an innocent man, final appeal success vindicates his suffering



We think that the Crown's reluctance is to do with the way they obtained their conviction. It was based on medical testimony, which itself was based on out of date guidance from the Royal College of Paediatric and Child Health from 1997. New guidance was issued in 2008, just one month after the trial. Why did the Crown not wait the extra month before going to trial? Well, we know the answer to that, the new guidance confirmed that certain internal marks are naturally occurring. The prosecution told the jury (or, rather, allowed their pet witness to say it for them - which amounts to the same thing) that they were supportive of the allegations - which was a deception on the part of the Crown.

The Crown had kept the defence waiting for more than 18 months and delayed matters by refusing to hand back vital computer information that they'd confiscated - claiming they might find pornographic images. Of course the Crown were just making this up and instead of letting the jury know that all of the accused' computers were image free, they refused to confirm the results of their investigations! Normally, a report on confiscated machines is supplied to the defence. Don't you think the jury should have known that this man's computers were clean?

You'll have to wait for the subject's appeals in the ECHR to conclude before this book is published. Maybe then we'll see an official version in 2016/2017? European appeals take 4 years on average, from the date of lodge. But first you have to exhaust any domestic remedy. He has finally, as of February 2013.

This man served nearly four years for a crime he did not commit. If you would like to know more about this developing story, please Contact Us.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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