If only… the relevant authorities had listened… @SWEveningPost @SWGuardian #SouthWales

First he was criminally over-drugged and complained, complained, complained – in letters, a book and on videos:

Did he now commit this act to expose organised white collar crime???

So sad that nobody listened to him…

We would NOT be in this position today, had all the relevant authorities acted as they should have…

Where does the blame lie?

Who’s responsible when victims of white collar crimes don’t get justice???

What has happened so that speaking the truth has become a crime???

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About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

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8 Responses to If only… the relevant authorities had listened… @SWEveningPost @SWGuardian #SouthWales

  1. Kizzy says:

    The only reason he lost the plot is because hes being investigated for an historic case of sexual abuse against a minor while he lived in Liverpool over 30yrs ago …He thrives when hes gathering bad news on others but falls at the first hurdle when the spotlights on himself ……this blokes always has been and always will be a big frigging joke….

  2. Anonymous says:

    I always thought that he left Liverpool at 16 years of age.
    How strange that this has come to light at a time he is exposing truth.
    How also strange whistleblowers get tainted in so many ways when they become a threat to brown envelope culture and wrongdoings in public life.

    • Kizzy says:

      You’re right he did leave Liverpool not long after leaving school. He left to join the merchant navy, only to return some yrs later where he met and married his now ex wife, they lived in Liverpool for several yrs before they parted, that’s when he left Liverpool again, after a yr or so he re joined merchant navy … As for the whistleblowers having a rough time you maybe right but I can only comment on what I know..

  3. Reblogged this on Victims Unite! and commented:

    From victim to whistleblower, McKenzie Friend and exposer of white collar crimes…

  4. Kizzy says:

    I known about this for around 30 yrs , you may of noticed a change in him these last few months , it be the surprise he got opening his door to officers from Merseyside investigating the case……you suggested the unnecessary stabbing to Mr Irons was caused by stress over the whistleblowing , Bellett is so calculated it more than likely his aim to get sectioned as no way what so ever could he cope in prison with the tag paedophile if he was sentenced over the accusation . .I have nothing more to say on the subject of Bellett, except be aware , at the moment your useful to him so he be really nice , , but while you doing for him he be searching for dirt on you , so if you was to fail him in anyway your be next on his list of whistleblowing if he dont have enough on you his motto is give a little bit of the truth that is well known ,then fill the rest with shit , because shit sticks … i been on his hit list before and no doubt be there again once he reads this .but that’s life…

  5. Anonymous says:

    Thank you for enlightening me on this historical issue. I have known him for many years and your comment did obviously eyebrow me. I respect your information and obviously cannot comment.
    I must stick to what I do factually know and what I have witnessed as evidence to support his writing.
    In this particular incident, it could have been avoided. If only the Police had not shown wilful blindness by refusing to investigate and act on the jigsaw puzzle of evidence that presented a compelling picture of unlawful activity between a Doctor and a Pharmacist.

    The question is, how many other patients has this been done to, and how many patients have died as a result?

    Peter always argued to the Public Authorities that it is a criminal offence to ignore a crime, to fail to report a crime or to do anything which obstructs the investigation into the crime – it is called perverting the course of justice – it includes threats to harass, intimidate, kidnap, falsely prosecute, falsely impute mental illness, falsely imprison or section under the Mental Health Act whistleblowers or witnesses of the crimes. There has been abject failure by the Police to investigate the Surgery and this particular Pharmacy. The truth was right under their noses. It was so close under their noses that they could not see it. Or: chose not to see it.

    This matter has far wider implications and reaches. Hopefully Peter will safely emerge from where he is and simply be allowed to say the truth.

    Nobody is above the law. But for too long corrupt professionals have tried to evade justice by hiding behind a veneer of respectability. This new offence sends out a clear message to those individuals: if you are helping to oil the wheels of organised crime, you will be prosecuted and face being jailed.

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