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Real professionals and clowns dressed up?

Filed under: General — MurrayBacon @ 2:52 pm Wed 18th December 2013

Real professionals work under the Fair Trading Act and have a professional complaints process, that pro-actively investigates complaints
and clowns work under the Judicial Complaints Hider.


  1. We shouldn’t discriminate, clowns should be allowed to wear black dresses.

    Comment by Downunder — Wed 18th December 2013 @ 4:12 pm

  2. Exactly spot on, thats the deceit, we as members of the public – are held to account at every turn, but the Justice System will never investigate its own – Their motto should be – no complaints – no problem – and rather than actively look into a matter, they spend every second looking at ways and reason why NOT TO INVESTIGATE – oh sorry your time has run out, you only had a second to prepare a complaint and sorry that time is up, OR please go back and do some more work with the offending department – or rather – please use up what remaining time you have left to complain, trying to get the offending department to address the very concerns you are complaining about…….a bit like asking the dog that just shit on your lawn to come back and clean up the mess – not going to happen……as an analogy – Dog ranger – sorry not my concern go speak to the dog about it –

    there must be an excuse manual they are trained in, as to how to avoid taking complaints or investigating anything……..this is why the industry are currently working in direct conflict of interest to the best interests of the Child and the Parent – that can ONLY be fixed if there is an independent oversight by CITIZENS…..NOT lawyers…..

    This is the HYPOCRISY facing the worlds PEOPLE today – by comparison – watch how quickly we the PEOPLE are persecuted to the end of the earth in record time if we dare speak out or do something incorrect………that is the Tyranny and Corruption we are fighting as a people today…….

    Comment by hornet — Wed 18th December 2013 @ 4:34 pm

  3. I will be making a complaint to the Judicial Conduct Commissioner regarding the misconduct of Judge Lex De Jong. According to several lawyers I have spoken to the ruling he pressured me into accepting was not legal.

    I will also be making a complaint about Lawyer for Child Wendy Galvin of Galvin Law to the Auckland District Law Society, who worked against the interests of my child, and broke several laws of the code of ethics.

    I would encourage anyone else who has had problems with these individuals to make a complaint, to speak about it publically as well.

    The more light is shed on the misdeeds of these people the harder it will be for them to rob children of their birthright.

    The legislation has changed to reflect the research on the important of a father’s role in their child’s life, but, as long as Judges like Lex De Jong are allowed to act with impunity, in contrast to the letter of the law, then more child will be worse off.

    I was told by one lawyer that Judge De Jong and McHardy both had their decisions frequently reversed by high court Judges, so if there is a decision that is not in the interest of your child, then I encourage you to appeal it.

    Comment by Mart — Wed 1st January 2014 @ 6:32 pm

  4. De Jong, McHardy and Galvin. That’s quite a line up of Family Court bitches – you must have given them a run for their money. They’re all well known here. Let us know how you get on.

    Comment by Downunder — Wed 1st January 2014 @ 6:43 pm

  5. I will also be making a complaint about Lawyer for Child Wendy Galvin

    The position of a counsel for the child is ‘considered’ an Officer of the Court and responsible only to the judge in your case. If you do make a complaint about behaviour or law breaking the Law Society will probably laugh you off.

    If you deliver the complaint from your point of view that will make it even easier for them.

    You may be able to identify specific issues outside of the Judge’s jurisdiction which will compel them to consider your complaint.

    Comment by Downunder — Wed 1st January 2014 @ 7:20 pm

  6. The Lawyers are indeed responsible for their conduct, not simply and exclusively to the Judge. In theory at least, perhaps not in practice or actuality.

    But, one thing I’ve learned is that complaints about an individual, if enough of them accrue, do make a difference. The people in the system certainly cover each other and protect the system, but, if a person in that system starts to make them or the system as a whole look bad, then they become a liability, and expendable.

    If the people in the Men’s Movement had no power to change things, then it would be a waste of time. They do and they have, in more ways than one.

    I’m sure complaints to the law society are laughed off, I’ve had that happen to me, but it wont stop me from making complaints and trying whatever methods that are at hand (within the confines of the law of course) to ensure my child gets to spend as much time as possible with his father.

    I’ve hung in there and my son loves me for it and respects me for it. I’m very lucky to have a relationship with him, and to have beaten the social engineering system, that would have loved my child to have been fatherless, weak and emasculated.

    I’m ready to fight and keep fighting. I’m also ready to accept a peaceful solution. But with the war my sons mother has waged on us both, thats unlikely.

    Comment by Mart — Wed 1st January 2014 @ 11:02 pm

  7. Dear Downunder, the notion of “officer of the caught” is soooo convenient, for enabling legal workers to slide out of responsibility to the customer.

    If we were to take this slimy, greasy concept seriously, then we would see legal workers jailed for making without notice (ex parte) applications, in which incomplete and misleading or even completely false information is supplied to the judge. I have heard of over 20 cases in which misleading or downright false information was supplied in without notice applications. Often the consequences for the other party were very severe, in terms of relationship vandalism and financial damage too.

    I have never heard of a single legal worker being disciplined after one of these devious and manipulative situations (that they made a lot of money out of).

    Thus, we can see that it is really just a dishonest smokescreen for some care and no responsibility. Then miraculously, the situation needs to be sorted out by more legal work, with associated charging, rather than in accordance with Fair Trading Act, where a trader must sort out the problems with defective product, at his own cost. It is not just the individual legal worker who is dishonest, it is the whole system, including complaints resolution.

    So have a laugh at “officer of the caught”, don’t be taken in and remember its real world significance.

    Complaints about these types of issues need to be made to the devious practitioner with phenergan or fast moving lead, as the visible complaints systems are just palliative. (In the longer run, many lives could be saved by establishing a responsive, responsible, honest complaints handling system. Lives of customers, as well as lives of legal workers.)

    As Mart says above:

    I would encourage anyone else who has had problems with these individuals to make a complaint, to speak about it publicly as well.

    There are some links to suitable websites, which will take copies of complaints and make them public.

    It is important that the complainant puts these complaints into the public domain, as for some unexplained reason the Judicial Complaints Hider does so only after a massive time delay. This denies the public important warnings, to which they are entitled and that they need access to, to try to protect their relationship with their children.

    If they don’t work under the Fair Trading Act, they aren’t professionals in any sense (even sex workers are real professionals).

    Comment by MurrayBacon — Thu 2nd January 2014 @ 8:12 am

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