Ian Huntley may get £20,000 compensation

Yes Ian Huntley the Soham Murder. Ian Huntley could be awarded up to £20,000 in compensation after he was attacked in prison – the same amount as the parents of his two young victims. The double child killer will sue the Prison Service for negligence after a fellow inmate slashed his throat, claiming that they failed in their duty of care towards him. He is guaranteed at least £10,000 for the attack at high-security Frankland Prison in County Durham, but experts say the figure could easily double, depending on the seriousness of his injuries. By contrast, the parents of his ten-year-old victims Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman received just £11,000

So a murderer  could receive MORE compensation than the parents of the two children HE was CONVICTED of murdering, although money could never compensate for the loss of your children in such an horrific way. It seems in today’s society that criminals have more rights than victims.  Poor James Bulger’s parents and here. But kudos to his attacker even tho’ he is serving life for serious crimes.

BUT Dr RB John failed catastrophically in their care towards ME, as admitted by Dr KE James, and the NHS in Wales refuse to even admit, despite convincing evidence that corruption exist and yet he was found exemplary.


I asked the Patients Association if they could find a way to assist me or point me in the right direction and their response:

Thank you for sharing your experience with us. I was sorry to read about the problems you have encountered however due to limited capacity and resources we are unable to take up individual cases. The Patients Association is a charity providing patients with an opportunity to raise their concerns and share their experience of healthcare. We are pleased to offer a service ‘signposting’ patients to the most appropriate information and non-clinical advice. By listening to patients’ experiences we are able to campaign on behalf of patients generally and speak up for the changes needed to improve the health services of the UK. Please keep in mind that you can always get in touch with the Samaritans if you ever feel suicidal or need emotional support. Contact details at: http://www.samaritans.org/ Please do get in touch again if we can help in the future.

I realised, at the start,  that they would not be able to help me specifically (it says so on the Web site)  and I wrote to them to ask if they could point me in a direction that may help. What showed to me their total lack of interest were the highlighted and underlined phrases:

Please do get in touch again if we can help in the future. Implying that they have helped me now by their response.

and Please keep in mind that you can always get in touch with the Samaritans. Well fuck me never knew that. And was the mention of them, the Patients Association service of “‘signposting’ patients to the most appropriate information and non-clinical advice”

However I politely thanked them for responding. A less hurtful response would have been either NO response or one less patronising. Just my opinion.

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