Harcus Sinclair Edward Parkes — dishonesty to court. lying to high court masters and judges. subordination concerns. abuse of self-represented litigants
Edward Parkes of Harcus Sinclair Solicitors is part of a London City law firm who do not tell the truth. In December 2015, Harcus Sinclair solicitor Edward Parkes told serious lies to the High Court, including lies of omission, in order to further the objectives of subornation of perjury (namely trying to make a defendant tell lies to a Notary Public)
Subornation of perjury, by its very nature, involves dishonest intent (trying to make someone else be dishonest).
He tried to coerce a defendant to tell black lies under threat of loss and prison, with the help of David Hirst of 5RB, the defendant then refused, citing concerns about perjury and the unethicality of lying.
Edward Parkes also tried to extract GBP 10, 000 from the defendant by lying to the High Court and saying the defendant had no moral justification for his conduct (of whistleblowing).
The truth is that Harcus Sinclair do not play by the ethical rules that govern their profession and use unfair means against litigants including threats of jail or loss, failing to honour proper pre-action protocol procedures, telliing lies of omissions in Court, general abuse, undermining peoples rights to a fair trail, signing off statements as true knowing they are false and supporting potential miscarriages of justice – not to mention threatening people with jail at Christmas
Harcus Sinclair also specialize in dishonesty and deception.
Some of their associates (Edward Parkes of Harcus Sinclair) tell lies to the High Court, its Judges and its Masters, or create orders to make people tell black lies, threatening them with prison if they do not.
Lawyers who mislead the court will end up with “exemplary and deterrent” punishments, the Lord Chief Justice warned in 2014.
Lord Thomas said misleading the court was “regarded by the court and must be regarded by any disciplinary tribunal as one of the most serious offences that an advocate or litigator can commit.”