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  • Ex-cop helped mum fight law
  • By COLLEEN EGAN
  • The West Australian
  • 17/12/2011 Make a Comment
  • Contributed by: Johnno ( 2 articles in 2011 )
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Port Denison mum Heather Glendinning was encouraged to pursue long-running legal cases by a self-taught constitutional adviser who believes no WA courts have legitimacy and Supreme Court judges are frauds.

Former policeman Wayne Glew is part of "a group of like-minded people" who challenge the decisions and powers of courts and governments, claiming they are not properly formed under the Constitution.

Mr Glew, an inventor who has a long-running battle with the City of Greater Geraldton because he refuses to pay rates, this week handed over to regional broadcasters GWN7 several emails written by Ms Glendinning.

In the emails, written earlier this year to Mr Glew and a court official, Ms Glendinning claimed that she was in fear for her life and that judges and lawyers were conspiring against her.

The bodies of Ms Glendinning and two of her daughters, Jane and Jessica Cuzens, were found in her Port Denison home two weeks ago.

They had all suffered extensive injuries in an attack that police believe was a murder-suicide by Ms Glendinning, who friends say was obsessed with lengthy battles against her ex-husband and his family in the Family and Supreme courts.

Mr Glew said Ms Glendinning contacted him five years ago for help with her legal cases.

He said people often sought him out after seeing his many interviews on YouTube.

"I studied the Constitution for a long time and now I'm teaching people about it," he said.

"The Constitution is the rule above all rules. Every verdict that comes out of any court in WA is invalid because they do not sit under the crown.

"I told her the courts are, in my opinion, corrupt."

Mr Glew prepared court documents for Ms Glendinning, who represented herself in the protracted cases.

"She sent me documents and I rewrote them for her," he said.

"I put the Constitution and the Family Law Act in there. She presented it to the court and they just threw it out.

"I do not give legal advice; I do not profess to be a lawyer. I profess to be a sovereign subject of the Queen. I've got a high IQ and a good memory."

Mr Glew said Ms Glendinning was made to "look like a nut" in the legal battles.

"I found her to be a very well-spoken and intelligent woman," he said.

"She was very upset that they were trying to make out that she was mentally unstable.

"I told her to keep going and get what she's entitled to.

"We weren't out stirring trouble, we were trying to win the case for her.

"She was told enough times that she was a nut case. I advised her to go to a psychiatrist and get a certification that she was not."

One of WA's foremost researchers on violent crime, Associate Professor Guy Hall, examined the emails and described them as "paranoid ideas".

"The language is odd and that's an indicator of schizophrenia," he said.

"Delusion is a belief system: she misplaced a knife and that becomes someone has stolen the knife; she doesn't remember a court hearing right so she assumes that the transcripts have been altered. All of us remember things incorrectly but when we are faced with a transcript most of us accept that our memories were wrong, not that the judge altered the transcript." Professor Hall said the stress of legal cases and sense of injustice could make delusions worse.

Mr Glew did not believe Ms Glendinning was delusional and claimed the entire court system, including Chief Justice Wayne Martin, was corrupt.

"Justice Martin is a liar and a fraudster," he said.

Mr Glew said he believed Ms Glendinning was murdered and that he had urged her to go to the police over her fears, including once when he overheard a man threatening her while they were on the phone.

"I don't think she trusted the police and that was probably her downfall," he said.

"I'm convinced she would not have hurt those kids. A man did it.

"You can clean a crime scene. I spent 17 years in the police and you can make anything look like anything."

Mr Glew has not offered his information to police investigating the Port Denison tragedy.

Source: https://thewest.com.au/news/wa/ex-cop-helped-mum-fight-law-ng-ya-339095


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