|Most of us by now, we have read this appalling story about the Italian national (a 35 years old woman) who was not a permanent resident in U.K., being living just a few months in Essex as a trainee , and whom has suffered an extraordinary barbaric ordeal.
The courts have made an order so this woman cannot be identified (the usual behind doors kangaroo court story).
This woman was treated in the most “barbaric” and inhumane way possible by having to endure a forced caesarean, so to have her child forcibly taken by the Essex social services, who have rushed to give this new born baby for an adoption.
For whatever reason, whether the mother suffered from bipolar, psychosis had mental problems, there is not law national or international that enforces barbaric abuses such as to having “cut open” a woman so to steal her unborn child.
The judge who made these barbaric decisions himself has not credibility as a family person, having been in the public domain for the wrong reasons.
Basically if Judge Mostyn was a “commoner” or a normal father f under age children, his children would have being in danger of being taken away by the social services (if he was not a judge), due to his careless, and shameful way he carries on living.
Simply Google on the name “just Mostyn” will bring up interesting stories about the careless lifestyle of Judge Mostyn.
So who is Judge Mostyn?
The Daily Mail on the 15th July 2012 reported the following: £50m court battle derailed after top judge criticises lawyers who represented his ex-wife in their divorce
One of the country’s top judges has caused controversy by making disparaging private remarks about a barrister involved in his own divorce battle.
Mr Justice Mostyn criticised Charles Howard QC, who represented the judge’s former wife during their acrimonious split.
He made the comments after Mr Howard appeared before him at the High Court in an unrelated divorce case involving Mark and Jennifer Evans, who were battling over their £50 million fortune.
Following Mr Justice Mostyn’s remarks, Mr Howard pulled out of the case – and warned that his withdrawal would have ‘serious consequences’ for Mrs Evans in her legal fight.
Mr Howard also suggested the judge’s comments were motivated by a ‘personal animosity’.
It is not known exactly what Mr Justice Mostyn said to upset the QC. But court papers show that Mr Howard claimed the judge ‘remarked disobligingly’ on his conduct and that of London firm Hughes Fowler Carruthers, who are also on Mrs Evans’s team.
After the comments, which were made in messages to Mr Justice Mostyn’s ex-wife Lucy on April 5, Mr Howard and his team withdrew from the case.
Mr Howard said this left Mrs Evans ‘without representation in relation to the finances’.
Following an appeal, Mr Justice Mostyn’s £26 million settlement in the Evans case was set aside by the president of the family division of the High Court, Sir Nicholas Wall.
At the time of the controversial remarks, Mr Justice Mostyn and Lucy were still thrashing out their own divorce, which was finalised in May.
It caused shock waves in the legal world in 2010 when Mr Justice Mostyn left his wife of more than 30 years for divorce lawyer Elizabeth Saunders.
Mrs Saunders’ alcoholic husband Mark, who was also a barrister, was shot dead by police marksmen in 2008 after he drunkenly fired a shotgun from the couple’s £2 million Chelsea home.
The extraordinary discord between Mr Justice Mostyn and Mr Howard was laid bare in a written submission to the court made by Mr Howard, supporting Mrs Evans’s attempt to block her divorce being finalised until a ruling has been made on how much she should receive.
In his submission, Mr Howard stated: ‘The remarks were later described to the wife [by her solicitor] as “indicating that Mr Justice Mostyn had personal animosity towards Charles Howard QC, my firm, and possibly me”.
On the 29th May 2012 the Daily Mail (and other National papers) reported the following:
Barrister son of top lawyer in cocaine and ecstasy shame (…but he is let off
The trainee barrister son of a former top divorce lawyer was caught with cocaine and ecstasy just weeks after being called to the Bar, a legal disciplinary panel heard today.
Henry Mostyn, whose father Sir Nicholas was dubbed ‘Mr Payout‘ for his big money settlements, was arrested by police as he queued for an east London nightclub.
Officers let the former Eton schoolboy and Oxford graduate off with a caution. But the Bar’s disciplinary tribunal officially reprimanded him and ordered him to pay £605 in fines and costs for his ‘lamentable lack of judgment’.
The 25-year-old lawyer is one of four children of Mr Justice Mostyn and his ex-wife Lucy.
As a divorce lawyer Sir Nicholas charged up to £500 an hour representing the rich and famous, with clients including Sir Paul McCartney and Earl Spencer, before becoming a family court judge.
The QC, 54, walked out on his wife in 2010 to live with divorce barrister Elizabeth Saunders, 42. Her barrister husband Mark was shot dead by police marksmen during a siege off the King’s Road in Chelsea in 2008.
Mr Justice Mostyn was set to have his own 31-year marriage examined in a court battle with his former wife, 53, over their assets, including the nine-bedroom £6million family home in a 117-acre estate in Hertfordshire.
But earlier this month the couple settled out of court and are understood to have agreed how to divide their assets, including the magnificent 18th Century Grade II-listed property.
Henry Mostyn was called to the Bar in October 2011 and accepted as a pupil at prestigious London chambers 4 New Square.
But in December he was arrested and held in a police cell after being searched by officers outside the nightclub.
Police calculated the street value of the drugs was £40 before letting Mostyn off with a caution, the legal tribunal heard.
Following his arrest he admitted the drugs were his and later confessed to his new colleagues. His chambers has since decided not to discipline him.
Handing him the official reprimand for professional misconduct, Judge Julia Dias, QC, said:’
‘You are very young and at the very start of your career, and have no doubt suffered very greatly already through the whole experience of being arrested, taken to the cells, and fingerprinted.
‘You are a pupil in a prestigious set of chambers, and four months ago you had a very promising career in front of you. I’ve absolutely no doubt you worked very hard to achieve that.
‘But the exercise of judgement is one of the most important qualities a barrister can possess.
‘Unfortunately, you demonstrated what can only be described as a lamentable lack of judgement.
‘You are a member of a profession which is expected to adhere to higher standards than ordinary members of the public.’
She said there was nothing to suggest Mostyn would have planned to ‘renounce the occasional use of recreational drugs’ had he not been caught.
‘The inference must be that, if you were not apprehended on this occasion, you would have continued to use them in the future.’
Richard Todd, QC, defending, had earlier asked for the Press to be excluded from the hearing because publicity would represent a ‘quadruple jeopardy’ for the young lawyer.
Mr. Todd added: ‘He most certainly has learned his lesson from the foolishness of his behaviour.
‘Everybody in his chambers is aware.
‘The caution itself has an impact – it will have a bearing on future applications, whether for [crown court] recorder or Queen’s Counsel.
‘It is going to have an impact on visas and a very lucrative line of work – working overseas.
‘Mr Mostyn wants to work in the commercial work and it may well be he’ll have to forget about that.’
In a statement read to the hearing, Mostyn – described as ‘ outstanding’ on his chamber’s website for his law school work before joining them – said he now realised taking drugs was ‘irresponsible and immature’ and vowed.
He added: ‘This behaviour will not be repeated.’
Mr. Todd said the pupil barrister had a record of ‘developing and using his skills for the benefit of the wider community’, having volunteered for charity work.
In an August 2010 newspaper interview about his work at a former chapel in King’s Cross helping former offenders get an education, Mostyn described his concern on his first tutoring visit when he encountered ‘a table with a pile of £50 notes, a huge bag of cannabis and wraps of other drugs’.
He said it was ‘a little worrying, but it later emerged that these were only props for a play the ex-cons were putting on.’
Another newspaper feature on the project described Mostyn as ‘what you might call typically posh, with floppy hair and the eagerness to please of a new puppy’.
Mostyn is quoted in the article as describing one ex-con, called Rikki, as ‘so charming, so bright in a way that we are not. He’d been in and out of prison and had such a different life to my incredibly privileged upbringing’. There are too many questions on behalf of the public.
How can Judge Mostyn be fit to judge such sensitive family law cases, when the judge him self abuses family life?
He cheats on his wife, leaving his wife to set home with another woman whos husband was shot dead by the police.
A father with such background having to deal with family courts, he would have been judged as unfit to care for his children.
And there is the case of his 25 years old son who was been arrested with drugs in his possession.
A fellow judge let him off the hook, and the bar association has not taken any action because he was a judge’s son.
Everything is wrong in here, everything is rotten undemocratic, a system that is corrupt from its root.
What have we learnt?
Cheat on your wife and risk losing your kids on the basis of being of future emotional risk to your children.
On the other hand if you are a judge it is perfectly normal to cheat on your wife, and abuse family values.
If a young man in his twenties gets caught with drugs in his possession will have a criminal record ending his career.
If this young man has a Judge as a father then he can get away with it.
So are we going to trust a rotten system that removes unborn children from their mother’s womb at a barbaric circumstances, a system that lacks of respect of human values, lacks of respect of Human rights, a system that steals thousands of children, with court orders made by family court judges whose lives are more dubious, and more criminal than the parents who losing their children on the basis of future emotional harm.
Judge Mostyn, perhaps, is the wolf that has been instructed to guard the sheep’s.