LBDUK – Open Letter 1

130 Hanson Drive



IG10 2EA



To home secretary

By recorded delivery


Over the last couple of years I have contacted your department with complaints regarding criminal acts performed by several British judges, i.e. contempt of the law, abuse of the power of their office and their collaboration in fraud.

So far I have always been “fobbed off” with answers about the “judicial independence” and how the government cannot interfere.

As you and I both know, the government, (PARLIAMENT & European Union Provisions (under the combined treaties) IS the highest court in the country so such excuses are NOT JUSTIFIED.

Therefore, I DEMAND that you make one thing clear to me and to the public in general:

is there a procedure in place whereby judges performing criminal acts can be investigated AND CHARGED according to the written law? AS WAS DONE in respect of other matters and allegations, about judges, that lead to prosecutions?

There are just two possible answers to this question:


There are provisions in law to ENSURE judges are accountable and that THEY ACT WITHIN THE REMIT OF THE LAWS they are meant to administer on behalf of parliament IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE JUDICIAL OATH THEY TAKE when they are ‘appointed to serve Justice and the citizens, no other interests.

In any event I demand that the maters I have been raising and now raise again, be investigated by a senior police officer, and that on recognition of the obvious attempts so far, to indulge in the usual constructive frauds, that charges be levelled at them in which case I demand criminal charges be brought against the following judges:

Nicholas Medavar QC, Central London court – guilty of abuse of the power of his office, acting outside his jurisdiction (dealing with child contact and property issues), condoning perjury, fraud and being a party to fraud and theft.
District judge Green (Principal Registry, Principal Registry of the family court
High Holborn, , London) – acting outside jurisdiction, contempt of the law, party to attempted fraud by lending himself and office to such activities..

Mr justice Charles, RCJ London – contempt of the law, abuse of the power of his office, party to fraud, refusal to act upon the law as presented to him, contempt for the evidence before him and attempts to obstruct justice by ordering that evidence be not adduced, bluntly evincing his part in the relentlessly attempted ‘constructive frauds’.
Mr justice Singer, RCJ London – as Charles above.

There are also a number of other participants in these criminal acts that I would like considered for prosecution:

Mz Chaudhry, barrister for the opposition: party to perjury, fraud, theft, presentation of false instruments and forgery, abuse of public funding facility, as a loan for the conversion of assets targeted, to repayment of the improperly secured Legal Aid funding certificate.
Tessa Lindop, Coldham Shield and Mace solicitors, charges as above.
Mrs Janet Lee, CAFCASS “officer” – racial prejudice, perjury, party to SEXUAL DISCRIMINATION, constructive frauds AND BLUNT VIOLATIONS of Article 8 of the European Convention for Human Rights.
Inspector Harvey – Loughton, Essex Police, this man is unfit to be in charge of public servants who aid and abet in theft, falsify evidence, mishandle property, use threatening behaviour and harassment, aid and abet in unauthorised entry, withhold evidence, disregard evidence, ignore rules and procedures of investigation and are thieves themselves (several complaints to the Police Complains Authority have been upheld).
Hugh Fayers, (ex-solicitor, struck off because of embezzlement of clients funds) – perjury, forgery, fraud and providing false information to be used by the police for and in their parts as accessories and promoters of constructive frauds for conversion of targeted assets, (which as I understand it now, it is nothing unusual for / by the police)

All of the above individuals have also shown total disregard for and have violated numerous articles of the Human Rights Act as set out in national and international laws and treaties.

I reserve the right to add more names to the above lists.

The evidence supporting all the charges above is available for your scrutiny at: under following links:



Also see:


There IS NO remedy under the existing PRACTICES for application of Parliament’s and international law and we are truly living in a lawless society. In that case it is every man for himself and all law abiding citizens have a duty to deal with all crimes that are committed either by exercising their rights to ‘citizens’ arrest’ or to apply the law themselves as they see fit.

I have been under constant assault by the criminals listed above, and several others, my health and the future of my children and myself have been totally destroyed. I am therefore not prepared to roll over and play dead anymore. I expect your answer within 10 working days so it can be published alongside this letter at (Letter of Demand link) and on various email lists and forums on the Internet. Failure to respond within the given time will be taken as admission of your inability to deal with this situation and will confirm the state of lawlessness in our society.

If you require any assistance with further evidence you can contact me, anytime on 020 8508 6980.

And, by the way, I do not feel suicidal AT ALL, very seldom go out (unlikely to have an accident), have been robed of everything of any value by the criminals mentioned above and I am awake up to 22 hours a day, so, the burglars have no interest in me (only burglars I have ever come across so far were local police, or does it make difference that they had the only set of keys to my house and had me incarcerated when the theft occurred?).

Len Miskulin

Enclosed: letter to Justice Singer (who had issued a court order AFTER being challenged to stand down, yet another example of wilful intent FOR criminal activities)

Copies to:

Tony Blair, Lord Irvine of Lairg, District Judge Green, Medovar q.c. justice Charles, justice Singer, Chowdhry (via Coldham Shield and Mace), Inspector Harvey and Janet Lee. Eleanor Laing MP, Croat Embasy.

Also to: Media, numerous forums, groups, websites and email lists worldwide.

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CBD Oil And The Endocannabinoid System

Cannabidiol, also known as CBD oil is a chemical compound extracted from hemp or cannabis sativa plant. CBD is known as an external source of cannabinoids. This article focuses on the interaction between CBD oil and the endocannabinoid system.

Endocannabinoid system is responsible for responding to endogenous cannabinoids found in the human body. Scientists have however proven that endocannabinoid system can still respond to external sources of cannabinoids such as CBD and phytocannabinoid cannabidiol. National health institute has issued a statement claiming that manipulation of the endocannabinoid system through external sources of cannabinoids is useful in the medical field for treating ailments that scientist did think had a cure.
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Cannabinoid Receptors and CBD

Endocannabinoid system has binding site receptor that is:

  • Cannabinoid Receptor 1
  • Cannabinoid Receptor 2

THC the psychoactive element of cannabis binds perfectly to CB1 and CB2 receptors, whereas, cannabidiol does not bind with either receptor perfectly. CBD will only stimulate the receptors activities without having to bind. The action caused will make any cell containing either of the receptors to change.

CB1 and CB2 work in a systematic manner as they are found throughout the body.

Indirect Effects of CBD on the Endocannabinoid System

Introducing CBD to endocannabinoid system triggers the release of 2-AGan endogenous cannabinoid. 2-AG also stimulates CB1 and CB2 receptors which will improve the body’s functions. National health institute has made an analysis showing cannabidiol inhibits activities of FAAH (Fatty Acid Amide Hydroxylase). Slowly the anandamide is damaged. Anandamide is another endogenous cannabinoid with important functions in the body.

If you are going to use this compound, you should get a high-quality tincture like the ones from

More Effects of CBD

CBD has more effects on the human body other than stimulating the endocannabinoid system. They include:

  • CBD interacts directly with the G-protein receptor called TRPV-1. This protein is responsible for relieving inflammation, mediating pain perception and regulating body temperature.
  • Cannabidiol is known to activate the serotonin receptors.
  • CBD inhibits the ID-1 gene that is responsible for causing pancreatic, ovaries, lungs, brain, breast and several other severe forms of cancer.


Effects in Medicine

Cannabidiol’s interaction with the endocannabinoid system and other cells found in the human body. This interaction has proven its importance in treating a variety of illnesses. THC, for example, is used to treat the side effects that most cancer patients get as a result of chemotherapy. CBD contains 0.03% of THC which is applied in such instances. Note CBD and THC have a synergy effect hence the two substances should be administered together.
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Stimulation of the endocannabinoid system by CBD promotes homeostasis in the body, inhibits the inflammation process and reduces chronic pain. CBD works on systems and genes such as ID-1 gene. It is an indicator that CBD can be used in treating some types of cancers.

Take Away

More medical research is still being carried out and the list of illness treated by CBD oil is growing too. At the moment CBD treats conditions such as:

  • Stroke
  • Asthma
  • Glaucoma
  • Heart disease
  • Diabetes
  • Mood disorders
  • Epilepsy

Before using CBD oil it is important for patients to do their own research since cannabidiol cannot be mixed with other pharmaceutical drugs.



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Live Beat Dads UK Mission – LBDUK

Our legislatures have turned into mills, grinding out useless laws in most all areas. At all points, legislation gives an exaggerated importance to political passions and conflicts, and to politics in general. Certain kinds of legislation, inarguably, make things only more difficult for the very people we would like to help. This should be obvious to the average observer. But, what is not so obvious, are the problems brought on by such legislation which lie out of sight; and, when, finally felt by the general population, cannot be cured without a heavy dose of time and pain. The underlying problems, are these: that passing laws in areas where laws should not be passed will first bring disregard; and, then, will come contempt for the law followed by social disorder. This process of disregard and contempt, while brought on by bad law, will take its toll on all laws, some of which are very important to the continued functioning of society.

Peter Landry

If you make peaceful change impossible… you make violent revolution inevitable.

John F. Kennedy

“The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil,

but because of the people who don’t do anything about it.”

Albert Einstein


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