The Liverpool Mayor versus The Mainman – how power abuse targets vulnerable people

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Five years on, the Mainman has won an out of court settlement from Autism Initiatives whom, along with Mayor Joe Anderson, had been doing their DAMNDEST to deter justice and to cover up the Mainman’s suffering.

Link here:

Disability Abuse by Autism Initiatives. The Mainman Receives a Substantial Out of Court Settlement

5th March 2015

The two year anniversary of the origins of this story came and went recently.

On 26th February 2013, an as yet unexplained incident took place, involving an autistic man and his alleged ‘carers’ in Liverpool.  This was both foreseeable and avoidable and occurred ata new day service centre known as Kaleidoscope, run by a company called Autism Initiatives.

We say it was foreseeable and avoidable because we all remember from our TV screens the shocking events that unfolded at Winterbourne View – which happened in 2012, well before this incident; events which to this day…

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