Harcus Sinclair are reported for attempting to suborn a defendant into removing true reviews.
Because some complaint reviews can only be removed by submitting a notary statement stating the facts were false (under penalty of perjury) any solicitor or barrister threatening to cause loss to a defendant, or threatening to commence criminal proceedings upon a defendant UNLESS they perjure (ie under duress) – clearly commits the crime of subornation of perjury, and is cause for a solicitors or barristers debarement.
It is also a breach of the codes of ethics laid down by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
It can also result in a prison sentence and a finding of contempt of court. From the internet, whoever procures another to commit any perjury is guilty of subornation of perjury, and shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than five years, or both.
I was threatened with harm or loss, and being defamed as a man of bad integrity, if I did not perjure myself to remove true reviews.
I refused, because I know better than to be coerced or bullied into committing a criminal offence. Harcus Sinclair tried filing for a Court order to make me suborn to notaries.
The public should know that Harcus Sinclair are of bad integrity and as part of their incisive style tactics, attempt to suborn people, which is a very serious criminal offence and is an abuse of free speech It is also an attempt to alter the course of justice and to obscure the truth, an ethical failing of the worst kind.
Public interest allows people to speak out with immunity from suit to prevent people being the victims of crime. The crime is subornation.
99.99% of the time people are afraid and do it anyway.
When the other 0.01% says no, then there is the recipe for catastrophic scandal, for it leads to solicitors going to prison.