Tag: Prison


I originally published the following post on the 29th October 2015, and for reasons that are not relevant, nor is there a pressing need to divulge here, I opted to use the ‘Protected‘ feature, which required a password available only from myself to read the post in its entirety. At the time of publication, a […]


“Beware that, when fighting monsters, you yourself do not become a monster….  For when you gaze long into the abyss, the abyss gazes also into you.”  – Freidrich W. Nietzsche I have been asked by a number of readers, to write an account of what I believe really happened, in regard to the very recent […]


The fourth in a series of articles which recognises real-life outlaw Heroes. GUNS N’ ROSES FOR THE BANDIT QUEEN Phoolan Devi (1963-2001) was born in the north of India into an impoverished low-caste family. She was married at the age of 11 to a man three times her age, but was abandoned by her husband […]


Another of my childhood heroes gone. Rest easy Rubin Carter. Rubin “Hurricane” Carter (May 6, 1937 – April 20, 2014) RUBIN ‘HURRICANE’ CARTER – WIKIPEDIA


From the earliest times right through until the end of the Victorians, ‘Debtors Prisons’, were in existence but even they were not what you think. Sure enough, people lost their liberty just for being in debt in some capacity, but once incarcerated it was extremely difficult to get out. The whole system was designed purely […]


On 31 August 1972 the strike committees of North Wales building workers’ met in the upstairs room of the Bull and Stirrup in Chester. This was to be a fateful day for these men. They would go on to be the victims of one of the worst miscarriages of justice seen in Britain since the […]


I have not bought a newspaper for years. The mainstream media has been the anathema of the truth for decades, the tabloids screeching out their lurid ‘Celeb’ headlines from every front page, regardless of what is happening in the world. The latest drunken antics of Katie Price, or the vacuous whining of the likes of […]


Anybody that has a new idea, especially one that falls outside the mainstream way of collective and controlled thought, instantly becomes a target. I have been often ridiculed and sometimes feared on account of the way I have lived my life, provoking strong reactions is second nature to me, and that makes people like me, in […]

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