Posted on | August 25, 2011 | 9 Comments
More information is filtering into the public domain about the contempt of court proceedings connected to Vicky Haigh, and to the Children Act proceedings concerning her children, which have been held up by John Hemming MP as a case of injustice. Today the UK Human Rights Blog publishes the full press release, but we still await the judgment. What is notable from the press release but which was not reported yesterday was the absence of any appeal by the Mother against the finding of no sexual abuse or the finding she had manufactured those allegations. I have noticed a number of tweets from people who ought to know better today dismissing the press release as another example of corrupt judges and Wall LJ as untrustworthy.
The UKHR Blog post also lists some other good articles on the topic published yesterday and which are far more comprehensive than my short post of the same date.
I will link to the judgment when it is published, but as I am away this weekend you might also want to keep an eye on the UKHR Blog or Bailii.