Thursday June 20, 2013
England's Savage Treatment of an Immigrant FamilyPolitical Perspective by Tim King Salem-News.com
Racism in the UK: family terrorized over jailed children. Mainstream press ignores substantial case.
(SALEM) - A Wood Green Crown Court case in North London may be one of the ugliest debacles in a 'court of law' that I have ever heard of.
A case fabricated against an immigrant family on baseless, unfounded charges, reminds us that while the UK may have halted its colonizing of other lands (for the most part) it hasn't stopped trying to control people from other countries, in this case Nigerian immigrants who moved to the UK for a better life.
'Musa' as a word, has several meanings. In Arabic, 'Musa' موسى; means Drawn out of water. However in England, 'Musa' is increasingly becoming synonymous with two things: raw blatant injustice, and the government theft of children.
That is what happened to the Musa family from Nigeria who have had everything stolen from their civil rights to their infant baby; literally ripped from her mother's arms- a mother she has never been allowed to know.
Chiwar and Gloria Musa moved to the UK, only to be greeted by a nightmare. Among several charges, authorities claimed in an unfounded allegation that one of their beautiful children was 'drugged'. Kids were yanked from the household as if the family had no rights at all.
Authorities took five of the Musa children on the 8th April 2010. Eight policemen attained a key to the Musa family home in Haringey North London and the 'officers' took all of the youngsters into custody, without any notice or prearrangement.
The allegations; ambiguous at best, were disproved; they ranged from the children 'not being the Musas offspring' to false allegations of beatings, and drugging, and trafficking. It was all utter rubbish.
These authorities who removed the five children, could not place their hands on all of the Musa kids, as Gloria was pregnant.
So they waited.
Then, when the child was born, in June 2010, police forcefully removed the newly born infant at the hospital. Gloria as I have detailed in past reports, is an Evangelical Church Bishop who has never committed a crime, she has never been a suspect in anything at all.
The baby girl taken in June, was returned, for ‘failing to thrive’. She was vaccinated in June 2011, which seems to have caused that temperature and the staged drugging.
Bishop Gloria Musa told Salem-News.com in a letter dated 28 November 2010:
On the 28th November 2011: the entire family was imprisoned. Then, on 6th March 2012, came the birth of family's 7th child – 2nd boy – called Nasara, which means – the victorious one! He was taken immediately after birth IN prison in March 2012.
Indeed, there is a complicated story now, however the complications are concocted ones based on testimony from government agents that by all credible accounts are false, yet they bear merit because they are allegations that benefit the Haringey Court case against this family.
Now it is day three and the Haringey Court has issued, first:
a ‘Blanket Ban’ on all public reporting of these proceedings, including on the Internet
then, a 'no taking notes' order...
and now, a direct threat of 'arrest' for any reporting.
As we reported earlier this week:
It is a travesty of justice, Ian Josephs, Publisher of Forced Adoption, wrote "The parents were not allowed to give any evidence!"
I have news for the Wood Green Crown Court, they are going to become famous for their deeds and the Musa family case will eventually have a positive outcome. I have to say that the fact that this is taking place in North London, is appalling. Most people do not realize anything like this is possible over across the pond. Reporting is free speech.
At any rate, this court is in charge of its own destiny and legacy and they are wrong for savaging this beautiful family that I have corresponded with in the past, I have felt their pain and I admire their courage as they face state terror from the original home of state terror, Great Britain, where some things never change.
I know, I know... I'm an American, I mistakenly think England has similar laws, yet this one is outrageous even by American standards, and they do rip kids out of homes in the U.S. frequently. But it is usually because people are selling heavy amounts of drugs, or over physical abuse, danger, etc.
The Haringey Council by all accounts, made a mistake. Then they made another mistake, and then another. One of the daughters, Favour Musa, reports having been sexually abused in foster care. There has not been suitable response from authorities over that bit of horror, all of the official focus has been on imprisoning the Musa family and assuring that they are fully separated.
Now their trial is underway in a public court but it is not public, it is fascist. The court is ordering things just like you would have expected in Rome around '37 or so. They are apparently unaware of how foolish it all seems, how large the impropriety is.
The British press is ignoring this case yet they know it is taking place. The court has refused to answer questions for Salem-News.com and we are highly dismayed by the 'no reporting order'.
As a final note, it is clear that the story of the Musa family is highly suited to be the subject of a book and I suspect I may be the author. Then every barrister, the 'witnesses' and the judge(s) can be forever named in history for the kangaroo court they are in charge of. No, you don't need to venture to the old prison colony just to find a kangaroo in North London.
Tim King has more than twenty years of experience on the west coast as a television news producer, photojournalist, reporter and assignment editor. Tim is Salem-News.com's Executive News Editor. His background includes covering the war in Afghanistan in 2006 and 2007, and reporting from the Iraq war in 2008. Tim is a former U.S. Marine.
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