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Offline Joanne

Re: What is Kevin Craigie guilty of?
« Reply #1380 on: October 03, 2012, 08:17:18 AM »
Paranoid comes to mind. He'll be on there somewhere but I don't think he's any of those, however, I'm fairly certain she has been in conversation with him severaal times in the last month. They deserve each other, it's not on here, so the blue forum are welcome to both of them and Jackie who is posting on there at the moment.

Hepburn

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Re: What is Kevin Craigie guilty of?
« Reply #1381 on: November 04, 2012, 06:27:12 PM »
I did once ask and this is what I got back-Elizabeth is his mum. I think when he was due to move to London he asked a 3rd party to contact his mother and ask her to call him back but I don't think she did. This was after he'd asked the same person to take him to London (from Leeds, so like Leeds, Derby, London and back) and she said no and then I said no too.

Joanne Howe
Did you keep in touch with your brothers? I'm guessing no.....
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27 February Kevin Craigie you guessed rightly so
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27 February Joanne Howe
I take it you don't keep in touch with any of them?
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27 February Kevin Craigie No, The Wicked Witch of the North destroyed all possibility (Elizabeth)
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That is funny. As he reckons Judy Garland was his birth mother, lol.

Hepburn

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Re: What is Kevin Craigie guilty of?
« Reply #1382 on: November 04, 2012, 06:34:32 PM »
Just to let everyone know.  The idiot who is posting spam is KEVIN CRAIGIE.


If you don't stop that immediately Kevin I will post your contact details.

does anyone else think that the joint enterprise law on this occassion was used in the way it was intended?

Yes.
Has he found God now?
He did attend catholic school.

Hepburn

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Re: What is Kevin Craigie guilty of?
« Reply #1383 on: November 04, 2012, 06:38:25 PM »
He claims he is Kevin O'Connell the illegitimate grandson given up for adoption.

He was adopted and brought up in Clydebank.

Offline John

Re: What is Kevin Craigie guilty of?
« Reply #1384 on: November 04, 2012, 06:47:28 PM »
He claims he is Kevin O'Connell the illegitimate grandson given up for adoption.

He was adopted and brought up in Clydebank.

Hi Hepburn.

Would you mind introducing yourself here please.
A malicious prosecution for a crime which never existed. John Lamberton exposes malfeasance by public officials.
Check out my website >   http://johnlamberton.webs.com/index.htm?no_redirect=true     The truth never changes with the passage of time.

Offline Joanne

Re: What is Kevin Craigie guilty of?
« Reply #1385 on: September 20, 2013, 11:33:40 AM »
http://www.britishmurders.co.uk/murder-content.php?key=13276&name=Kevin%20Craigie
Has anyone got access to this site?
http://www.courtnewsuk.co.uk/crime_archive/?id=24149

http://www.brugada.org/support_group/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=3904
Re: Still non the wiser any ideas???
by Kevin Craigie » Tue Aug 06, 2013 2:40 pm

They fitted me with a heart monitor this morning at University College Hospital, this measures the hearts activity, so you could perhap's ask about having this device fitted.

http://kevincraigiex.wordpress.com/2013/09/18/kevin-craigie-3/
« Last Edit: September 20, 2013, 11:38:47 AM by Joanne »

Offline puglove

Re: What is Kevin Craigie guilty of?
« Reply #1386 on: September 20, 2013, 11:59:55 AM »
http://www.britishmurders.co.uk/murder-content.php?key=13276&name=Kevin%20Craigie
Has anyone got access to this site?
http://www.courtnewsuk.co.uk/crime_archive/?id=24149

http://www.brugada.org/support_group/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=3904
Re: Still non the wiser any ideas???
by Kevin Craigie » Tue Aug 06, 2013 2:40 pm

They fitted me with a heart monitor this morning at University College Hospital, this measures the hearts activity, so you could perhap's ask about having this device fitted.

http://kevincraigiex.wordpress.com/2013/09/18/kevin-craigie-3/

Ooh er. I find it so hard to take Kevin seriously, with his 3 deaths, and his chocolate eclair enema fantasies. And, of course, he did live his life like a candle in the wind.

Then I remember what happened to poor Mr Rothwell.    8(8-))
There was an old woman called P@
Who worshipped a murdering tw@
She typed all day long
Getting everything wrong
Then her pussyc@ sh@ in her h@.

Offline John

Re: What is Kevin Craigie guilty of?
« Reply #1387 on: September 20, 2013, 02:45:07 PM »
http://www.britishmurders.co.uk/murder-content.php?key=13276&name=Kevin%20Craigie
Has anyone got access to this site?
http://www.courtnewsuk.co.uk/crime_archive/?id=24149

http://www.brugada.org/support_group/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=3904
Re: Still non the wiser any ideas???
by Kevin Craigie » Tue Aug 06, 2013 2:40 pm

They fitted me with a heart monitor this morning at University College Hospital, this measures the hearts activity, so you could perhap's ask about having this device fitted.

http://kevincraigiex.wordpress.com/2013/09/18/kevin-craigie-3/

Interesting links Joanne.  It must be said there is something definitely missing in a person who would post their own death notice on-line.  I have yet to hear of a stiff who can answer the phone.
A malicious prosecution for a crime which never existed. John Lamberton exposes malfeasance by public officials.
Check out my website >   http://johnlamberton.webs.com/index.htm?no_redirect=true     The truth never changes with the passage of time.

Offline jimmyjjohn

Re: What is Kevin Craigie guilty of?
« Reply #1388 on: July 03, 2014, 09:06:31 AM »
Yes, I've read it, it didn't specify what the piece of wood was but it was said it was a similar shape and size to a chair leg.

Offline charliesnike

Re: What is Kevin Craigie guilty of?
« Reply #1389 on: November 23, 2014, 06:04:52 PM »
Except Mr Craigie, He doesn't supply personal information to anyone, His words not mine.
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Offline researcher

Re: What is Kevin Craigie guilty of?
« Reply #1390 on: January 21, 2015, 02:49:19 PM »
Kevin Craigie was convicted in 1991 of the Joint Enterprise murder of Kenneth Rothwell in his home in London.  His co accused was a Mark Fuller.  Craigie went on to serve a 13 year sentence but Fuller only served 10 years.  Fuller later admitted to clubbing Mr Rothwell over the head with a piece of wood while Craigie for his part says that he tried to intervene and was accidentally hit by Fuller.

Craigie admits that Mr Rothwell was still alive and breathing after the attack but he and Fuller failed to provide any assistance to the victim who later died of his injuries. Craigie and Fuller then set about ransacking the property and stole several items from the house.  They also stole Mr Rothwell's car and were later picked up by police driving the wrong way up a one-way street in London.

In recent years Craigie has been involved with the Citizens Advice Bureau rising to the post of Deputy Manager. He has also been involved with the Justice on Appeal Group and claimed to be the Managing Director while Darren Bolger was registered as a Director.

http://uk.linkedin.com/pub/darren-bolger/31/1b9/564

Darren Thomas Bolger, a 41 year old male from SW19, was found to have taken amounts of money prior to starting building works such as residential extensions and loft conversions under the name of several different companies including Building Matters London Ltd. Once he had obtained money from the home owners he would then leave the works unfinished and only return to collect his tools.

Thanks to the diligent work by officers from Hammersmith and Fulham led by DC Angela Mills and DS Richard Gilbert,  Bolger received a three year custodial sentence at Norwich Crown Court due to one of the victims being a QC who occasionally sat in London Court. The trial was scheduled for three weeks but actually ran for four months. Witnesses were flown in from America and three defence witnesses were arrested for failing to answer summonses.

http://www.westlondontoday.co.uk/node/4644
http://content.met.police.uk/News/Builder-found-guilty-of-defrauding-local-residents/1400008180757/1257246745756

After Bolger's conviction for fraud in April 2012, Craigie took over running the Justice on Appeal group.

http://uk.linkedin.com/pub/kevin-craigie/15/a26/480

We have been informed by individuals named as Trustees by Craigie on the Charity Commission return for this group that they were neither aware of this, had never signed any documentation in relation to this nor had they ever had any meetings with their fellow Trustees.
Darren Bolger has recently resurfaced (possibly a bad pun in the circs) in another context.  Forum members might have noticed the flurry of publicity in the summer of 2014 about the 'Harry Potter lawyer', a gent by the name of Alan Blacker (though he frequently poses as Lord Harley of Counsel, Lord Harley of Dublin &c) (Google will give lots on it/him).  One of the things about Mr Blacker that excited interest was his rather remarkable LinkedIn profile - at https://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=88508720 (hours of fun and years to deconstruct, I suspect).  Mr Blacker goes in for some quite florid recommendations and a recent one (8 Jan 2015) is for Darren Bolger, in these terms:
"Darren Bolger
Founder Trustee (Chair)
I am not really keen to recommend people in the building industry but Mr Bolger is different, with both a strong academic background he has turned several business into prosperous and thriving communities for both clients and staff. His wide and diverse experience serves him well and makes him the exception to the building expert rule.
January 8, 2015, Dr. Alan was with another company when working with Darren at Justice on Appeal (Registered Charity)"
There are so many things wrong with this it is difficult to know where to start.  But of some significance is that a solicitor is apparently prepared to recommend a convicted fraudster.  That recommendation by Alan Blacker led me eventually to this site so it had some benefit!
If any one is curious about Mr Blacker I can recommend this site: http://lawbytes.boards.net/.

Offline Nicholas

Re: What is Kevin Craigie guilty of?
« Reply #1391 on: October 26, 2018, 01:11:54 PM »
Darren Bolger has recently resurfaced (possibly a bad pun in the circs) in another context.  Forum members might have noticed the flurry of publicity in the summer of 2014 about the 'Harry Potter lawyer', a gent by the name of Alan Blacker (though he frequently poses as Lord Harley of Counsel, Lord Harley of Dublin &c) (Google will give lots on it/him).  One of the things about Mr Blacker that excited interest was his rather remarkable LinkedIn profile - at https://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=88508720 (hours of fun and years to deconstruct, I suspect).  Mr Blacker goes in for some quite florid recommendations and a recent one (8 Jan 2015) is for Darren Bolger, in these terms:
"Darren Bolger
Founder Trustee (Chair)
I am not really keen to recommend people in the building industry but Mr Bolger is different, with both a strong academic background he has turned several business into prosperous and thriving communities for both clients and staff. His wide and diverse experience serves him well and makes him the exception to the building expert rule.
January 8, 2015, Dr. Alan was with another company when working with Darren at Justice on Appeal (Registered Charity)"
There are so many things wrong with this it is difficult to know where to start.  But of some significance is that a solicitor is apparently prepared to recommend a convicted fraudster.  That recommendation by Alan Blacker led me eventually to this site so it had some benefit!
If any one is curious about Mr Blacker I can recommend this site: http://lawbytes.boards.net/.

Written evidence submitted by Justice on Appeal
"I have watched the evidence session, and felt extremely disappointed. Major factors were either skimmed over or simply not taken into account. Some of those giving their evidence had clearly not done their research.
My organisation Justice on Appeal has a substantial amount of people contacting us maintaining that they are not guilty of the index offence. They have all been convicted under Joint Enterprise and many of them are serving a minimum of 20–30 yrs of a life sentence. When two or more people are clearly involved in the commissioning of the crime, then that is not our concern. While they are guilty of a lesser offence, and that should be reflected we currently concentrate on the cases where the person is most certainly not guilty. There is overwhelming evidence which confirms this.
I have had the unenviable and tedious task of sifting through several dozen of these cases since last year. I have studied the prosecutions side and the defences side in addition to the summing up. The evidence reveals that these people are being unjustifiably convicted based on several factors, the most prominent being:
Fabricated and manufactured evidence.
Blatant corruption.
Judges misdirecting the Jury on the law of evidence and interpretation of the law.
Jurys being denied their request to acquit one defendant and convict the other, thus depriving the defendant of not just a fair trial, but ANY trial. This breaches ECHR article 6. In some cases they are accepting separate verdicts for separate defendants.
Lawyers not representing their clients properly, as they ought to under the Solicitors Act 1922, which stipulates that the Lawyer has a fundamental duty to their client at all times.
The defence not introducing crucial evidence and telling the defendants that they can rely on this at a later appeal. This is actually flawed, as evidence which is available cannot be relied upon at a later date.
The law of Joint Enterprise does need seriously amended or even abolished. It is damaging people’s faith in the Criminal Justice System, and the human impact is truly horrendous. Young people committing suicide, and Families being destroyed. 
http://www.statewatch.org/news/2012/jan/uk-jhrc-joint-enterprise-report-vol2.pdf

"List of additional written evidence
(published in Volume II on the Committee’s website www.parliament.uk/justicecom)
 1 Dennis Demery
2 Dr Peter Freeman
3 Professor Lee Bridges
4 Janet Cunliffe
5 Tim Moloney QC and Simon Natas
6 Professor Graham Virgo
7 Progressing Prisoners Maintaining Innocence
8 Prison Reform Trust
9 Howard League for Penal Reform
10 Committee on the Reform of Joint Enterprise
11 Wrongly Accused Person Organisation
12 Gillian Phillips
13 Justice on Appeal
« Last Edit: October 26, 2018, 01:19:37 PM by Stephanie »

Offline Nicholas

Re: What is Kevin Craigie guilty of?
« Reply #1392 on: October 26, 2018, 01:40:41 PM »
"Alan Blacker has had his application for a fresh hearing rejected by the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal (SDT).

Following several failed attempts to have the hearing moved to Manchester, Blacker — who sometimes opts for the name Lord Harley of Counsel — was struck-off in July. This came after the SDT found the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) had proven seven out of eight charges against him, including dishonesty.

The Rochdale lawyer, who first hit headlines after an in-court spat with Judge Wynn Morgan, was also slapped with a hefty £86,000 costs order.

Today, during the public part of the re-hearing application, Goldsmith Chambers’ Anton van Dellen, representing Blacker (who wasn’t present), questioned the SDT’s decision not to have the hearing moved to accommodate his client.

But Edward Levey, of Fountain Court Chambers and representing the SRA, stressed the overwhelming evidence against Blacker and the significant costs that would result from another hearing. Citing Blacker’s failure to participate in case management hearings via telephone, Levey warned of the dangers of proceeding on medical evidence not disclosed to the other side.

Having heard a number of further submissions relating to Blacker’s medical evidence in private, the SDT eventually rejected his application. Blacker still has the option to appeal the tribunal’s original strike out decision
https://www.legalcheek.com/2016/09/alan-blacker-re-hearing-bid-fails/


More on Alan Blacker https://www.legalcheek.com/tag/alan-blacker/


SRA makes Alan Blacker - aka 'Lord Harley' - bankrupt August 2018
"Struck-off solicitor-advocate Alan Blacker has been declared bankrupt following a petition from the regulator.

Blacker, who was removed from the roll of solicitors two years ago, was made subject to a bankruptcy order last month. A notice published in the London Gazette confirmed the Solicitors Regulation Authority filed the petition in March at Manchester County Court.

The Rochdale-based lawyer was ordered to pay £86,000 costs by the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal after he was found to have breached accounts rules and falsely claimed to have academic and other qualifications.

Following an unsuccessful bid for a fresh hearing into the case, he was also ordered to pay a further £7,500 to cover further regulatory costs.

A spokesman for the SRA said it was committed to using the profession’s money efficiently, which includes recovering costs where appropriate. He added: ‘When we are recovering costs, we aim to take a fair and pragmatic approach, tailored to the circumstances of each individual. Petitioning for bankruptcy can help us properly establish someone’s assets through an independent trustee.’

Blacker, 46, is still registered with Companies House as a director of JAFLAS, which stands for Joint Armed Forces Legal Advocacy Service.

The solicitor-advocate came to public attention in 2014 when he was criticised by a judge in court for looking like ‘something out of Harry Potter’ and for wearing medals and ceremonial ribbons on his gown.

His discredited claims included that he studied at Oxford, Cambridge and Dublin universities, as well as having two honours degrees and accreditation in Ireland, Denmark and Canada. Blacker also went under the name Lord Harley
.

https://www.lawgazette.co.uk/news/sra-makes-alan-blacker-aka-lord-harley-bankrupt/5067285.article
« Last Edit: October 26, 2018, 01:51:00 PM by Stephanie »

Offline Nicholas

Re: What is Kevin Craigie guilty of?
« Reply #1393 on: October 26, 2018, 02:27:32 PM »
Written evidence submitted by Justice on Appeal
"I have watched the evidence session, and felt extremely disappointed. Major factors were either skimmed over or simply not taken into account. Some of those giving their evidence had clearly not done their research.
My organisation Justice on Appeal has a substantial amount of people contacting us maintaining that they are not guilty of the index offence. They have all been convicted under Joint Enterprise and many of them are serving a minimum of 20–30 yrs of a life sentence. When two or more people are clearly involved in the commissioning of the crime, then that is not our concern. While they are guilty of a lesser offence, and that should be reflected we currently concentrate on the cases where the person is most certainly not guilty. There is overwhelming evidence which confirms this.
I have had the unenviable and tedious task of sifting through several dozen of these cases since last year. I have studied the prosecutions side and the defences side in addition to the summing up. The evidence reveals that these people are being unjustifiably convicted based on several factors, the most prominent being:
Fabricated and manufactured evidence.
Blatant corruption.
Judges misdirecting the Jury on the law of evidence and interpretation of the law.
Jurys being denied their request to acquit one defendant and convict the other, thus depriving the defendant of not just a fair trial, but ANY trial. This breaches ECHR article 6. In some cases they are accepting separate verdicts for separate defendants.
Lawyers not representing their clients properly, as they ought to under the Solicitors Act 1922, which stipulates that the Lawyer has a fundamental duty to their client at all times.
The defence not introducing crucial evidence and telling the defendants that they can rely on this at a later appeal. This is actually flawed, as evidence which is available cannot be relied upon at a later date.
The law of Joint Enterprise does need seriously amended or even abolished. It is damaging people’s faith in the Criminal Justice System, and the human impact is truly horrendous. Young people committing suicide, and Families being destroyed. 
http://www.statewatch.org/news/2012/jan/uk-jhrc-joint-enterprise-report-vol2.pdf

"List of additional written evidence
(published in Volume II on the Committee’s website www.parliament.uk/justicecom)
 1 Dennis Demery
2 Dr Peter Freeman
3 Professor Lee Bridges
4 Janet Cunliffe
5 Tim Moloney QC and Simon Natas
6 Professor Graham Virgo
7 Progressing Prisoners Maintaining Innocence
8 Prison Reform Trust
9 Howard League for Penal Reform
10 Committee on the Reform of Joint Enterprise
11 Wrongly Accused Person Organisation
12 Gillian Phillips
13 Justice on Appeal

"Justice on Appeal
Noting the frustrations in the  British Legal System in-justice, both from Universities Trainee Barristers and those claiming that they were 'wrongfully convicted' of Crimes, I decided to form a Registered Charity to address the concerns of both. Prisoners were siting on piles of Legal Papers (Depositions) and the Trainees wanted Papers to read and cases to work on. A simple but effective partnership which was said by Sir Michael Napier CBE QC as, "an initiative for Justice
"
https://darrenthomasbolger.com/history

Darren Thomas Bolger describes himself as "AUTHOR, PHILANTHROPIST, ENTREPRENEUR, MENTOR"
« Last Edit: October 26, 2018, 02:32:25 PM by Stephanie »

Offline Nicholas

Re: What is Kevin Craigie guilty of?
« Reply #1394 on: October 26, 2018, 03:28:52 PM »
A rogue builder who never seemed able to complete home renovations across Hammersmith and Fulham but was content to pocket vast sums has been jailed for three years. Darren Thomas Bolger, a 41 year old builder from the SW19 area, was found to have taken large amounts of money prior to starting building works. These included residential extensions and loft conversions under the names of multiple companies like 'Building Matters London Ltd.'  His modus operandi was simple, he collected money from homeowners, left works unfinished, and returned to collect his tools. The homes would then be left strewn with masonry and all manner of junk , even WCs (pictured).

His luck ran out after he was confronted by a Queen's Counsel (QC), one of his victims who ocassionally sat in a London Court. Witnesses also had to be flown in from America whilst three defence witnesses were arrested for failing to answer summonses. Added to that, diligent work by officers from Hammersmith and Fulham led by DC Angela Mills and DS Richard Gilbert, who made sure Bolger was eventually nailed. He received a three-year custodial sentence at Norwich Crown Court.

Detective Sergeant Richard Gilbert from Hammersmith and Fulham CID said: “This was a complicated investigation involving many victims and culminating in a fourteen week trial. I am pleased that the defendant has been found guilty of defrauding four families of almost a quarter of a million pounds. Hammersmith and Fulham Payback Unit will continue investigations into his finances to try to secure compensation for the victims. “

http://www.westlondontoday.co.uk/node/4644

Interesting comment at the bottom of this article:

'I am also owed a large amount from Darren Bolger when he tried to set up a dodgy charity called Justice on Appeal.'

Police sued over pub murder November 2009
"THE brother of a convicted murderer is suing Essex Police over claims they fabricated evidence in his brother’s case.

Darren Bolger, 40, served county court papers on the force at its Chelmsford headquarters on Tuesday.

The writ claims he is suing the force over claims they fabricated and altered evidence in the case of his brothers Jason and Brian Bolger.

Jason Bolger, now 32, formerly of Celandine Close, South Ockendon, was caged in May 1999 for the killing of pub customer Gary Edwards at the Village Inn pub, in South Ockendon.

His brother Brian was ordered into psychiatric care indefinitely after admitting manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility.

Mr Bolger said: “My claim is that Essex Police fabricated evidence and corruptly acted in a murder investigation.

“It has been a long process I have taken, with a number of others involved.

“But now I finally have the evidence to support the claim in a court. I am happy to fight them in any court.”

Nicola Bastendorff, spokeswoman for Essex Police, said: “Essex Police has been served with court proceedings which relate to the murder of Gary Edwards.

“The documents are being examined by the force solicitor.”

During a trial at Chelmsford Crown Court, jurors head how the Bolger brothers had been drinking at the pub on March 11, 1998, when they are alleged to have launched the attack on fellow drinker, 40-year-old Mr Edwards.

Mr Edwards was felled by a single punch before a bar stool was smashed over his head.

He was also slashed with broken bottles and ashtrays before he was dragged into the street where he was kicked, punched and stamped on.

Mr Edwards received eight broken ribs and his jaw was broken in four places.

Passer-by James Buckingham, who tried to help, was also attacked and was left with a hole the size of a golf ball in his skull.

Murder charges brought against a third man were discharged by the court.

In April last year Jason Bolger launched a bid to challenge his conviction.
https://www.thurrockgazette.co.uk/news/4757792.police-sued-over-pub-murder/
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