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THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE

PRINCIPLE REGISTRY

Before the Honourable Sir James Laurence Munby,
one of the Justices of the High Court sitting at the
Royal Courts of Justice,
Strand, London.

Between (the mother) Petitioner
and
Mark Dean Harris Respondent

on the 23 march 2001

Mumby's London base

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By orders dated the 3rd day of July 1998 as subsequently varied on 18
September 1998, 25 November 1998, 20 January 1999, 11 March 1999 and 7
February 2000 (SEE ATTACHED HERETO)

Upon the application by the Petitioner by notice of Motion dated 18th October
2000.

AND UPON HEARING Counsel for the Petitioner, Counsel for the respondent and
Counsel for the Official Solicitor

AND UPON READING the affidavit of Peter Stewart Smith sworn on 12 October
2000, Charles Oliver 12 October 2000, "The mother" sworn on 13 October 2000,
"The mothers boyfriend" sworn 13 October 2000, Lianne Verna Katibeh sworn 16
October 2000, Mark Dean Harris sworn on 8 December 2000 and "the mother"
sworn on 4 January 2001.

And the respondent accepting that a copy of the said orders and said summons
have been served upon the Respondent Mark Dean Harris,

AND having taken the oral evidence of "the mother", "the mothers boyfriend",
Lianne Verna Katibeh, and Mark Dean Harris

AND UPON it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the said Mark
Dean Harris has been guilty of contempt of Court namely that;

1) On 2 April 2000 he approached the children (eldest), (middle) and
(youngest) outside Chaplins superstore in Plymouth and talked to them there
by breaching paragraph (h) of the order,

2) Shortly before 20 April he sent to the mother through the post a cheque
for 900
post dated to 29 April 2000, with a note stating that the Cheque
could be cashed if (the eldest) attended the next session of contact and
continued to attend contact, thereby breaching paragraphs (d) and (i) of the
order,

3)On April 25 2000 he did enter (road A) in a car seeking
contact or communication with the children and driving past the mother
thereby breaching paragraphs (a) (d) and (h) of the order,

4) On 26 April 2000 he did hand birthday presents to (middle) and
(youngest) during the session of contact and without the presents first
having been approved by Plymouth City Council

thereby breaching paragraph (h) of the order,

5) On 27 june 2000 he left a note for (the youngest) in one of her school
books after attending an evening at (her school) to discuss her work
and
without the note first having been approved by Plymouth City Council thereby
breaching paragraph (h) of the order,

6) On 7 August 2000 he entered (road A) , Plymouth, in a car seeking contact
or communication with the children and driving past waving to the mother and
the children thereby breaching paragraphs (a) (d) & (h) of the order,

7) On 24 August 2000 he entered (road A) in a car seeking contact or
communication with the children and driving past the mother and the children
thereby breaching paragraphs (a) (d) and (h) of the order,

8) Shortly before 30 August 2000 he sent or caused to be sent through the
post to (the eldest) an article
from "Families Need Fathers" and without the
article first having been approved by Plymouth City Council thereby breaching
paragraph (h) of the order,

9) On 5 October 2000 he entered (road A) in a car seeking contact or
communication with the children thereby breaching paragraphs (a) and (h) of
the order,

10) On 7 October 2000 he approached (the eldest) in New George Street,
Plymouth and spoke to her
thereby breaching paragraph (h) of the order.

It is ordered that;

(1) for each of his said contempts 1 and 10 above the Contemnor Mark Dean Harris do pay a fine of 250 each (total 500) to be paid within 12 months
from today,

(2) for each of his said contempts 2,4,5. and 8 above the Contemnor Mark Dean
Harris do stand committed to Her Majesty's Prison at Pentonville for a period of 4 months or until he shall be sooner discharged by due course of Law
(these sentences to run concurrently with each other)

(3) for each of his said contempts 3,6,7 and 9 above the Contemnor Mark Dean
Harris do stand committed to Her Majesty's Prison at Pentonville for a period
of 6 months
or until he shall be sooner discharged by due course of law (the
sentences to run concurrently with each other but consecutively to the
sentences in (2) above

AND the Contemnor Mark Dean Harris can apply to the Judge to purge his
contempt and ask for release,

And it is further ordered that any application for the release of the said
Mark Dean Harris from custody shall be made to a Judge,

And it is further ordered that there be no order for costs, save that there
be detailed assessment of the publicly funded costs of the assisted parties,

DATED 23 MARCH 2001.


Ivor,


It should be noted that throughout the period these heinous crimes were
committed, I had a contact order for unsupervised contact.

Someone should explain as to why the mother breaching the Contact order (see
breach (2) ) attacted no penalty for her at all, but got me 4 months for
trying to bribe her to comply with the order ?

And, perhaps someone can tell me the logic of giving me for months for giving
the children birthday presents on an unsupervised contact (breach 4). ?

I think this particular piece of Judicial abuse of power should be recorded
for future history, as this sort of behaviour is in the class of the Nazi
extremes, and in future may be viewed in the same catagory by historians.

Mark Harris