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Justice 4 Rosy
April 3, 2013 permalink
Rosy Stanesby wants a judge to apologize for keeping her away from her father for nine years. While she is demanding an apology father Jonathan (Jolly) Stanesby will be silently protesting at a church. He has been active with Fathers-4-Justice for the entire separation. In 2004 he handcuffed himself to then children's minister Margaret Hodge. In August 2007 he was one of two men to climb the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC the day before a rally for families. In June 2008 he climbed to the roof of minister for women and equality Harriet Harman while supporters marched through Bristol.
14-YR-OLD GIRL STAGES PROTEST OVER FAMILY COURT JUDGE
A 14 year-old girl from Ivybridge in Devon has said she is going to stage a protest outside the home of the judge who has refused to apologise to her after separating her from her father in the family courts in Plymouth for nine years.
Rosy Stanesby has said she will be begin her protest outside Judge Tyzack’s house in Farringdon at 11.00am on Sunday 7th April over his refusal to apologise for the trauma caused to her and her family by his actions.
Said Rosy, ‘All I am asking for is an apology from Judge Tyzack for the trauma and damage caused to me and my family by the actions taken in his court. He has so far refused and since I wrote to him the Police have now threatened to charge me with harassment.’
‘I will not be bullied into silence over this matter and I encourage other children to speak out over their experiences in the family courts.’
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The ‘Justice4Rosy’ Silent Protest with Children4Justice campaigner Rosy Stanesby, Jolly Stanesby, Matt O’Connor and others.
11.00am sharp, Sunday 7th April
Exeter EX5 2HY
Location: Farringdon Church
Silent Protest at the church of Judge Tyzack as we deliver requests for a public apology for Rosy Stanesby after 9 years at the hands of the secret family courts.
What to bring: Your children, family members. Pictures of your children to tie to fences. Purple Flags. Dress: Black & Purple. Phones/Cameras to photograph and update followers on Twitter. Polite letters to the Judge asking for an apology to Rosy Stanesby.
Source: New Fathers 4 Justice