DON'T GIVE UP YOUR FIGHT
That is the message from one victim of #Tusla.
Tusla, the so-called âChild and Family Agencyâ might be better described as a âChild Trafficking and Money Making Agencyâ.
Families, and more shockingly, children, are abused by Tusla, they are abused and alienated from their families. Courts are held in Secret (in camera), files and evidence is withheld from families, Lies are told, false reports presented, mothers they are railroaded.
Judges, GardaÃ, Solicitors, and Barristers, Pen Pushers and Social Workers work in tandem, with no regard for either the rule of law or for justice â where these courts Coverup Corruption and Wrongdoing.
This may sound unbelievable, but it is #True and it is common practice.
It is the experience of countless vulnerable #children hildren and their #families amilies.
( Legal Notice - there has been NO breach of the so-called In-Camera Rule in the production or making of this recording, as this video, has been scrutinized)
What is the In-Camera Rule :
The purpose of the in-camera rule is to protect the identity of the parties and any child to whom family law or childcare proceedings relate. Part 2 of the Courts and Civil Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2013 amends section 40 (Proceedings heard otherwise than in public) of the Civil Liability and Courts Act 2004. It amends the in-camera rule in family law and childcare proceedings to allow bona fide representatives of the press to be present in court during these proceedings. The reform will enable the media, researchers, and legal professionals to gain access to valuable information on the operation of the law in this area.
However, the court may exclude representatives of the press from the court, or otherwise restrict their attendance, during the hearing or particular parts of it, or restrict or prohibit the publication or broadcasting of evidence given or referred to during the proceedings where a court is satisfied that it is necessary to do so (i) to preserve the anonymity of a party to the proceedings or any child to whom the proceedings relate, (ii) because of the nature or circumstances of the case or (iii) as it is otherwise necessary for the interests of justice.
Section 6 inserts a new section 40A (Prohibition on publication or broadcast of certain matters) into the Civil Liability and Courts Act 2004. The new section 40A prohibits the publication or broadcasting of any information that would be likely to lead members of the public to identify the parties to family law proceedings or any children to whom the proceedings relate.
It will be an offense to contravene this provision. Anyone breaching this prohibition will be liable (i) on summary conviction, to a class A fine or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 12 months or both, or (ii) on conviction on indictment, to a fine not exceeding â¬50,000 or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 3 years or both. The new section 40A will not affect the law on contempt of court.
Section 8 amends section 29 (Hearing of proceedings) of the Child Care Act 1991 to allow bona fide representatives of the press to be present in court during child care proceedings under that Act, similar to the provisions relating to the presence of the press at family law proceedings.
Section 9 provides for technical amendments to section 31 (Prohibition on publication or broadcast of certain matters) of the Child Care Act 1991, which prohibits the publication or broadcast of information likely to lead members of the public to identify a child involved in care proceedings under that Act. Those breaching the prohibition will be liable ((i) on summary conviction, to a class A fine or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 12 months or both, or (ii) on conviction on indictment, to a fine not exceeding â¬50,000 or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 3 years or both).
( Take Constructive Notice, any Social Worker or a party there off, found to be interfering with this broadcast may face Criminal Charges under the following act. )
Criminal Justice (Theft and Fraud Offences) Act, 2001
Section 6: Making gain or causing loss by deception.
6.â(1) A person who dishonestly, to make a gain for himself or herself or another, or of causing loss to another, by any deception induces another to do or refrain from doing an act is guilty of an offense.
(2) A person guilty of an offense under this section is liable on conviction on indictment to a fine or imprisonment for a term not exceeding 5 years or both.
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