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Post  moonstone on Sun Oct 28, 2012 3:20 pm

Hello anti rspca fans Very Happy i am sure that most of you know me from other forums so i will not go over old ground again but just messaging to say "hi" to you all and looking forward to some interesting conversations Smile

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Hello Guys and Girls, Moonstone and Basil!

Post  Trilby Bee on Sun Oct 28, 2012 6:09 pm

I am really glad this forum will now be monitored, I think the fact that it was free-range put a lot of people of getting involved. One thing that I really like is the fact that we no longer have navy blue background with black print - I almost had to turn my monitor on its side to get it in a certain light sometimes to be able to read it! Very Happy
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Hello and welcome..

Post  Admin on Mon Oct 29, 2012 10:19 pm

There`s a couple of reasons why i`ve set this forum up. 1. As already mentioned, the colour tone on the other forum was driving me nuts!! And 2. I wasn`t keen on no one having any control over who was reading what anyone was writing. Apart fron guests, now we have.
I know the forum will take a while to get going buy hopefully soon a few more will join and some topics will start.
Anyway, for now ... welcome!!
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Post  moonstone on Tue Oct 30, 2012 2:22 pm

Thank you Basil Smile as i have said before rspca monitor all forum's looking for evidence to help their prosecution cases Evil or Very Mad so the fact that you are monitoring this one will be give us member's the opportunity to speak out without fear of having our onversations snooped on Smile
Do you intend to access new member's to try to spot the "enemy"? Wink

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Post  Admin on Tue Oct 30, 2012 5:34 pm

The amount of the forum that guests can see can be reduced so snoopers won`t be able to snoop. (Still got to work that one out)
Any dodgey members won`t get much chance to interfere as they`ll soon be evaporated!!
I want people to be able to bring their concerns out into the open and be discussed without fear of being picked on.
I`m no pc whizkid but as long as i know where the delete button is everything will fall into place later.
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I'm back

Post  millie1* on Wed Oct 31, 2012 4:46 pm

Your friendly RSPCA prosecutor (as in prosecuting them!)is now up and running on this site. Specialilty equine cases, advice available to all who believe they have been wrongly accused.
Hoping to meet Nigel Weller Friday as he is defending a case in my local court (sadly missed his performance throughout as I did not know it was him defending) but hope to catch a word after he's finished Friday - doing a dog case but he's done so many his knowledge of the law and its 'loopholes' and pitfalls the RSPCA fall into is beyond question.

Am only online a few days a week so cant always respond immediately but I have responded to all so far I think!

Trilby the prosecution of them is in relation to 2 horses, but the summons will add weight to my section 20 return claims for both them and the last 4 and if successful I might put in for the other 4 as well - get the whole family back together again!

123Tom if you are out there let me know if you want help with your case as I am sure a lot will cross over from mine.

Hope to hear from people soon (no trolls!)
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Welcome Millie

Post  Trilby Bee on Wed Oct 31, 2012 6:02 pm

Amazing news that you are taking them on and look forward to discussing it with you in person soon. 123 Tom has had his case adjourned until December which I hope will give him time to speak to his vet (who I believe will go to court with him) Poor guy, his dad was ill last I heard so hope all is well there. . I have sent him a PM wishing him/his dad well and advising him that he should in future use this site which is now monitored. The message is still in my outbox so I posted a message on the forum to him.

Speak soon Millie. X
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Post  Trilby Bee on Wed Oct 31, 2012 6:05 pm

Admin wrote:There`s a couple of reasons why i`ve set this forum up. 1. As already mentioned, the colour tone on the other forum was driving me nuts!! And 2. I wasn`t keen on no one having any control over who was reading what anyone was writing. Apart fron guests, now we have.
I know the forum will take a while to get going buy hopefully soon a few more will join and some topics will start.
Anyway, for now ... welcome!!

Thank you Basil...it was time someone sorted out the other Forum as it did have quite a following.
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Welcome Millie1

Post  moonstone on Wed Oct 31, 2012 10:10 pm

Millie i am so pleased that you have Nigel Weller to help you Smile he has a reputation for dealing with the slippery/slimy antics of the animal thugs Evil or Very Mad
I am sure that he will give them as good as he gets and i hope that you feel better for having him on your side Smile I really hope that you get ALL your horses back Smile

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nigel weller

Post  millie1* on Thu Nov 01, 2012 2:43 pm

thanks moonstone but he is not helping me i am doing this all by myself. thankfully nigel is defending another case that is concluding in my local court tomorrow (if I had known he was defending I would have been in every day to see how he does it!) but i just want to ask him one simple question that I am having difficulty persuading the courts of: - when does the police responsibility towards my horses end, technically by the law they can had over care but not ownership/possession and therefore I would argue they have overall control over the horses they place in the care of the rspca, however, the legal adviser at the courts says that they cannot be held jointly responsible and is refusing to summons them on the same allegations as the rspca. incidently i have one statement from an rspca officer in relation to my case which does not disply the normal rspca logo, but a rather interesting symbol - when i showed the legal adviser he descibed the symbol as abusive!!! (might show nigel this too since he has proven their underhand ways in the past).
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Post  millie1* on Thu Nov 01, 2012 2:54 pm

Please dont be put off but the feeling of taking on the RSPCA is not dissimilar to Die Hard story line! One (wo)man against the armed mob.
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