Freemason cop walks away from 96 deaths
Notorious British judge involved in multiple disturbing cases

It has recently been brought to our attention some very high profile legal cases with disturbing outcomes all had the same judge presiding over those outcomes. The judge in question is a Peter Openshaw knighted by the Queen and seemingly brought in to undermine cases that let freemasons walk away like David Dukenfield after the 96 deaths at Hillsborough.

Hillsborough: David Duckenfield found not guilty of manslaughter

The verdict came in a retrial at Preston crown court that began on 7 October. A first trial on the same charge, heard by the same judge, Sir Peter Openshaw, ended on 3 April with the jury unable to reach a verdict.

The former South Yorkshire police chief superintendent David Duckenfield has been found not guilty of gross negligence manslaughter more than 30 years after he commanded the police at the 1989 FA Cup semi-final at Hillsborough between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest, at which 96 people died.

He was also the judge that presided over the disturbing decision to allow fellow lawyer and homopaedo Greville Janner NOT to face trial because "he is not well enough to enter plea because of his advanced dementia". Lord Janner, who was Labour MP for Leicester West for 27 years from 1970, is accused of 22 sexual offences against nine boys and men between 1963 and 1988.

The former Labour politician, 87, is accused of a string of child sex offences dating back 50 years. But Mr Justice Openshaw, sitting at the Old Bailey, ruled he is not well enough to enter plea because of his advanced dementia.

It follows shambolic handling of the case by the Crown Prosecuton Service, which initally refused to prosecute the peer before public outrage forced an embarrassing U-turn.

The judge made his ruling today based on medical reports. He said: “The defendant is not and never will be fit to plead or to stand trial.

Another less well known case is Robin Garbutt whose family claim he was "wrongfully convicted of murdering his beloved wife Diana Garbutt on March 23rd 2010".

They state "No DNA of Robin is found on or inside this bar, only Diana’s, a Police Officer and one other unidentified male. (Please find more info on this and other findings under the appropriate headings) ROBIN IS GIVEN BAIL, He comes home and we now have a little hope. The trial begins in March 2011. It takes 4 weeks. The Judge in our opinion from day one hurried the barristers all the time to get finished for Easter. He started each morning by asking both QC’s if they were on schedule and making sure they would be finished on time.

At the end of the trial the Judge excused the jury to deliberate stating he would only take a unanimous verdict. The jury couldn’t do this so he said he would take a majority decision after 2 ½ days the jury returned a 10-2 majority against Robin, nobody could believe this, people were visibly shocked. Robin is convicted and sentenced to 20yrs.

Openshaw the judge in the case sentenced Garbutt to life in prison and told him he would serve a minimum of 20 years.


Prior to promotion to a judge Peter Openshaw QC was the prosecuting counsel in the case of Thomas Bourke

On the website 'Justice for Thomas Bourke' it is claimed

"We now know that prosecuting counsel, Peter Openshaw QC, held a secret meeting with the trial judge, Mr Justice Sachs, on 1st December 1994. This was during the final prosecution and defence speeches but before the judge’s summing up.

There is no mention of this meeting on the court log and HM Court Service has confirmed that it did not adhere to the protocol of the time. The defence had no knowledge of it until 2006 when Peter Openshaw mentioned it in a statement he made in relation to Thomas’s leave to appeal hearing. In this same statement he denied that there was any increase in security after he told Sachs that Thomas was responsible for bringing a gun into HMP Manchester.

In Openshaws statement for the leave to appeal hearing, he states that he may have been accompanied in this meeting by one of the investigating police officers to verify the information he gave to Sachs. We are now able to prove, and it has been accepted by the Court of Appeal, that Openshaw’s report to the judge was nothing but a pack of lies, albeit that he may have been duped into making such a report."

So here we have the 96 families of the Hillsborough dead crying of a miscarriage of justice. The victims and families of Greville Janner's homopaedo abuses crying of a miscarriage of justice. The family of Robin Garbutt crying of a miscarriage of justice and the family and friends of Thomas Bourke crying of a miscarriage of justice.

These are only the cases brought to our attention but there may be hundreds more and these are just maybe the tip of an enormous iceberg. The first two are without a doubt some of the most disgusting miscarriages of justice ever seen in British courts. The last two are family and friends of the two convicted while Openshaw was in charge of the court and also prosecutor. Whether there has or hasn't been injustice we will only know if and when these facts are heard in their appeals.

We have been reporting for decades that these same judges are residing over the family court system and have been getting away with murder framing divorcing men so they can be fleeced of their homes, bank accounts and children . Can we believe those facing criminal trials are being framed? Without a doubt the injustice perpetrated by the Law society lackeys of judges and lawyers makes a mockery of what should be courts that provide justice for victims of crime and those innocent of crimes they are being accused of.

That has seldom been the case as we bear witness to decades of court watching and how they maliciously usurp any form of JUSTICE with even our own membership having been utterly shafted, in some cases victims have been injected with anti psychotic drugs for daring to expose the paedo networks across the UK and beyond by court orders dished out by these evil bastards.

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  • Hillsborough police chief and freemason David Duckenfield will face retrial over 96 deaths


    Was the jury full of his lodge buddies on the previous occasion?

    The former South Yorkshire police chief superintendent who was in command of the 1989 FA Cup semi-final at Hillsborough, where 96 people were killed, will face a retrial on a charge of gross negligence manslaughter, a judge has ruled. Sir Peter Openshaw, who presided over the 10-week trial of Duckenfield earlier this year in which the jury failed to reach a verdict, handed down his ruling on Tuesday after the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) applied for a retrial. The new trial will be at Preston crown court on 7 October.

    Handing down his decision, Openshaw said: “I authorise a retrial of the defendant David Duckenfield, and refuse the defendant’s application to stay the trial.” Relatives of some of the 96 people killed at Hillsborough 30 years ago were in the court’s public seats to hear Openshaw order the retrial.

    Benjamin Myers QC, who conducted Duckenfield’s defence at the trial, had opposed the application. The jury that heard evidence in the prosecution at Preston crown court between 14 January and 25 March returned on their eighth day of deliberations on 3 April to say they had been unable to reach a verdict by the required majority of 10-2. Duckenfield, 74, was charged with gross negligence manslaughter in relation to 95 of the 96 people who died at the match between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest at Sheffield Wednesday’s Hillsborough stadium on 15 April 1989.

    Richard Matthews QC, the lead barrister for the CPS, told Openshaw on the same day the jury failed to reach its verdict that the service intended to seek a retrial. The jury did return a 10-2 majority guilty verdict against the other defendant, Graham Mackrell, the Sheffield Wednesday secretary and safety officer for the Hillsborough ground at the time of the disaster, on a charge of breaching his legal duty to keep people safe at his place of work.

    Mackrell negligently allocated too few turnstiles – only seven – for the 10,100 people with tickets to stand and support Liverpool on the Leppings Lane terrace, and only 23 turnstiles altogether for the 24,000 people with tickets allocated to Liverpool supporters. The 96 victims, aged between 10 and 67, were killed at the match in a crush in the central “pens”, 3 and 4, of the Leppings Lane terrace. No charge was brought against Duckenfield in relation to the 96th person to die, Tony Bland, who was critically injured in the crush and was maintained on life support in hospital until 1993, when support was lawfully withdrawn.

    According to the law in 1989, a criminal charge relating to a death could not be brought if the victim died more than a year and a day after the acts that allegedly caused it.

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    Are they really going to provide justice for Hillsborough victims when a freemason is at the head of the snake?

    Hillsborough match chief WILL face trial over 95 deaths as judge rejects legal challenge

    THE POLICE match commander during the Hillsborough disaster will face trial over the deaths of 95 fans after a legal challenge against his prosecution was rejected.

    David Duckenfield faces court along with other former police chiefs after a judge at Preston Crown Court today ruled to lift a stay on his prosecution. The 73-year-old faces 95 charges of gross negligence manslaughter over the crush in the terraces during a match between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest at Sheffield Wednesday’s stadium.
    Announcing the ruling, judge Sir Peter Openshaw said: "In respect of the defendant David Duckenfield I lift the stay. "I confirm that I grant the voluntary bill of indictment to allow prosecution against for manslaughter to proceed. I decline to order a stay on that charge."

    Around 10 family members of the 96 fans who were killed in the crush during the FA Cup semi-final were in court to hear the judgement on Friday. The disaster claimed the lives of 96 football fans, but under the law, no prosecution can be brought for 96th victim, Tony Bland, who died more than a year later.

    Duckenfield is set go on trial in September at Preston Crown Court alongside former Sheffield Wednesday club secretary Graham Mackrell. The Crown Prosecution Service applied to lift a historical stay – halting further legal proceedings – on Mr Duckenfield which was put in place in 2000.

    Mackrell, 68, is charged with an offence involving the stadium safety certificate and a health and safety offence. The prosecution decided not to proceed with a second charge of breaching the stadium safety certificate against Mackrell.

    Four other defendants charged with matters related to the disaster and its aftermath will also face trial following abuse of process arguments, which were heard at Preston Crown Court earlier this month. Three other defendants are scheduled to go on trial in January 2019 charged with doing acts intended to pervert the course of justice.

    The defendants are retired police officers Donald Denton, 80, and Alan Foster, 71, and retired solicitor Peter Metcalf, 68, who acted for South Yorkshire Police following the 1989 disaster. An abuse of process argument for Sir Norman Bettison, who is charged with misconduct in a public office, has been adjourned until August 21.

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    How much more will it take Britain's political mafia to get into their thick skulls that British police have a toxic and murderous bunch of freemasons operating at the top and NOT in the best interests of their victims? Our group have tasted the lengths freemasons, disguised as law enforcement, will go to lie and deceive to satisfy a very warped agenda of what they believe, in their deluded state, is proper policing.

    When you become a target of freemasons stealing your estate their lodge buddies with control of cops will take extreme measures to either psychologically push victims over the edge or use gross distortions of evidence and even brutally beat to death anyone who dares stand up to their vile murderous agenda.

    Hillsborough shows clearly freemasons in high office within the police used the same tactics they have used for decades but were caught only by the dogged determination of the families and friends of the 96 killed unlawfully by the utter failure of the police on that fateful day. Lawyers acting for the police smeared the dead and shows the lengths the cop and legal mafia's will go to protect each others vile regimes.

    Extract from the Daily Mirror in 2013

    Hillsborough: Freemason cops banned from working on criminal probe into cover-up.

    Police officers who are Freemasons have been banned from working on the criminal investigation into the Hillsborough cover-up. The revelation adds weight to the theory that members of the secretive organisation suppressed the truth after 96 Liverpool fans died in 1989. The Independent Police Complaints Commission took the unusual move after families of the football fans who died in the disaster demanded that no members of a lodge be involved.

    All of the employees in the IPCC investigation have also been told they cannot be from South Yorkshire or Merseyside, where the tragedy occurred. Former West Midlands Police officers have also been banned after their force carried out a review that led to the flawed inquest verdicts being quashed last year. Officers from the force have also been accused of changing witness statements.

    The probe into the police’s role on the day of the disaster – codenamed Operation Resolve – employs 170 people, including 70 officers. The latest review, led by former Durham chief constable Jon Stoddart, was expected to report soon but the team has been swamped with evidence and has to interview 237 officers who were on duty at the match. A source close to the probe said: “We have been told that no Freemasons are allowed on the investigation. “One theory at the time was that the whole conspiracy was covered up by the group’s members as there are so many Masons in the police.

    “The families have raised concerns… so we have prohibited them from being part of the investigation team. The deadline that officers were working towards is impossible and the review’s findings will be delayed.” An IPCC source confirmed that Freemasons and former officers from the three forces had been banned from the probe. The investigation team, while independent from the fresh inquests into the deaths, is helping coroner Lord Justice Goldring to prepare for and carry out the inquests, set to start by March 3, 2014.

    Hillsborough was Britain’s worst-ever sporting disaster. Thousands of fans were crushed on the Sheffield Wednesday ground’s Leppings Lane terrace during Liverpool’s 1989 FA Cup semi-final against Nottingham Forest. Last December verdicts of accidental death from the original Hillsborough inquest in March 1991 were quashed.

    The action was taken after the Hillsborough Independent Panel reported that there had been a huge cover-up. The IPCC has previously revealed that statements given by witnesses could have been changed by police.

    Secret society pervades the establishment

    The Freemasons is a “fraternal brotherhood” dating back to the 14th century. It started as an organisation to monitor the qualifications of stonemasons. But in modern times the organisation is seen as an elitist group that has been dogged by allegations of corruption.

    The all-male group, governed by the United Grand Lodge of England, has 250,000 members. Many figures in authority are Freemasons. The first US president, George Washington, and another leading American revolutionary, Benjamin Franklin, were Masons. Today a significant proportion of the Royal household are members, and the Duke of Kent is grand master of the UGLE. Despite royal patronage, and their presence in the judiciary and the higher reaches of the City, the Masons deny being an underground arm of the Establishment.

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