Misconduct in Public Office, Papers laid at St Albans Court
On Friday the 25th of August 2017, papers were laid at St Albans Magistrates Court Hertfordshire, commencing the private prosecution of the Police and Crime Commissioner of Dorset, Martyn Underhill.
The alleged crime is Misconduct in Public Office in relation to his failure to hold the Chief Constable of Dorset to account after the IPCC directed him to record a criminal allegation against her for failing to bring action against the Head Magistrate of Dorset for the fraudulent issue of a court document.
Since Dorset Police and Dorset Magistrates are all pissing in the same pot, the initial case was laid in Hertfordshire. For some reason it was then transferred to Marylebone Magistrates Court where a Police Lawyer employed by Dorset Police Headquarters turned up with a Barrister, and a bent Judge allowed that Barrister to lead off and start speaking when it should have been the Dorset Victims Prosecuting the case that should have made an opening address.
The judge didn't even allow them to make representations, he just struck the case out as being vexatious without even hearing the merits.
We have major problems with this whole thing about vexatious rulings in civil and criminal cases, especially involving the police and the authorities. Considering what the victims go through at the hands of the authorities they will become vexed, and the longer it goes on, and the more things that are said to them, the more vexed they will become.
Considering these victims are a product of what the authorities have made them, it is completely wrong for the British justice system to use this phraseology as a get out of jail free card. No wonder the police and the authorities are arrogant when they know that there is some sort of covenant protecting them and denying the victims justice when the perpetrators have made them vexed.