Thursday, May 19, 2011

Read this at your peril


Here is an extract from the mega hyper super injunction that prohibits it being mentioned anywhere in the world including on Twitter and Facebook. Scary stuff eh?

"This order prohibits, pursuant to rule 92(2) of the Court of Protection Rules 2007, the publishing or broadcasting, in any newspaper, magazine, public computer network, internet site, social network or media including Twitter or Facebook, sound or television broadcast or cable or satellite programme service, of any information (including any photograph) that is likely to lead to the identification of:

(1) M;
(2) Any person as being
(a) a party or former party to these proceedings;
(b) a witness in these proceedings (as defined in paragraph 3(8) of this Order), other than an expert witness instructed in the case;
(c) a current or past treating healthcare professional or member of M's care team referred to in proceedings in relation to M's care and/or treatment listed in Schedule 2 to this order;
(3) the Care Home as being the place where M is residing;
(4) any address or location as being an address or location referred to in the proceedings, save that the location may be stated to be the "North of England";"

Click here for the W, B, M, S, A NHS Primary Care Trust and Times Newspapers Limited injunction - and be warned that you must never disclose this to anyone, ever.

For a comprehensive review of this injunction ...

http://ukhumanrightsblog.com/2011/05/19/life-or-death-injunctions-not-so-super-or-controversial/

5 comments:

  1. Tread carefully. "Litigation friend" is someone on behalf of a party incapable of representing themselves. Potentially, you're making fun of disabled people here.

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  2. Litigation friend can also be used so that a wealthy person can protect their wealth by getting their less wealthy partner/friend to do the suing and therefore the risk is less.

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  3. For anyone who chooses to look, this is a case of a woman with minimal conscious awareness, lacking capacity, and the decision of the court of protection regarding the continuation of treatment to maintain her life. How exactly is this relevant to the topic of this page? If the ruling here is being quoted as case law to inform the superinjunction issue then that could be an issue, but please? In this case this woman and her family and partner had a complete right to privacy and protection. To use it in this way seems wholly innapropriate, unless you can further explain the link?

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  4. EVERYONE KNOWS ITS RYAN GIGGS SO WHY ALL THE S**T,GET OVER IT RYAN AND GET A GOOD WHOOPING OFF YOUR MISSUS.
    PS YOU CAN SUE ME IF YOU WANT RYAN,I AINT GOT DIDDLEY SQUAT UNLIKE YOU!!!!!

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  5. "Litigation friend can also be used so that a wealthy person can protect their wealth by getting their less wealthy partner/friend to do the suing and therefore the risk is less. "

    No, it can't. lrn2civilprocedure.

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