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Sunday, 24 November 2013

Mark Hynd PBCC 'facilitator', abuser, and CEO of Norfolk based EduLab

Should this chap turn up on your doorstep lying about his name then offering you vast sums of cash to prevent you telling the truth about the Plymouth brethren Christian church simply slam the door and dial 999!

His chum and CEO of a large flooring company is due to stand trial tomorrow which will be interesting to say the least.


Mark when you read this please call me to discuss formatting a correct and thorough audit of detriment and harm caused by the PBCC, I can be contacted on 07968 981819

23 comments:

  1. This is a rather enigmatic posting, Laurie.

    It needs to be precisely evidenced if anyone has ever been offered money by a member or associate of the Hales Exclusive Brethren, particularly if the proposed 'deal' involved buying someone's silence in any way. That would be a very serious matter and I would think that the Charity Commission would be interested in the details.

    There is an urgent need for a properly conducted audit of abuse by this group of Exclusive Brethren - and carefully calculated and documented compensation might be part of a settlement. I'm surprised that the Exclusive Brethren leaders haven't seemed to understand that churches are now undertaking this kind of work. (Today there is news that the Roman Catholic church in Scotland is about to conduct such an audit, looking at abuse within the church from the 1940s onwards.)

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    1. Hi Joan.... He offered money to Marion Evans to buy her silence.

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    2. Yes, he called me just after 06:00 on Friday and offered me a large sum of money to cancel the airing on Channel 7. He disagreed that it was bribery.

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    3. Thank you Marion and Anonymous.

      Marion, my heart goes out to you and I wish you well.

      Had Mark Hynd telephoned me like that I'd have politely told him that it's extremely bad manners to call anyone at that time in the morning, except in an emergency. Had he offered me money not to tell my life story, I'd have called it bribery and said a firm 'Goodbye'.

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    4. I am of the understanding that a book that may be published soon , the author was offered money to change a name in it.

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    5. Concerning the buying of silence, my understanding of UK law is that any deal that anyone signs to promise silence in exchange for money cannot legally be used to prevent them from giving evidence in court. If you promise in writing not to criticise the Exclusive Brethren, for example, then you still have the right to tell the truth about them in court. No written contract can take that right away from you.

      Actually, there are several other rights that are unalienable. There are rights that you cannot sign away.

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    6. Thank you, Joan. I was happy to keep the conversation going whilst making it very clear to Mark Hynd that was he was suggesting was bribery. He appealed to me several times to at least delay the programme. I refused.

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    7. Ian,

      I think you are correct about the invalidity of a deal that prevents one from giving evidence in court. But could the Hales Brethren create a deal whereby one promises not to criticise them in return for a fee, but then include a clause that if they exercise their right to testify in court then the full fee is returned? They are probably quite desperate right now as they are near collapse. If the Separation doctrine is to stay, then their charitable listing may well have to go. Perhaps buying silence is their only real hope of staving off the inevitable, and they may need to get very generous and creative to even get that tactic to have enough of the desired effect. It will cost a lot to silence people, and some people's silence is not for sale.

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    8. What was the outcome of the trial?

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  2. Well this could run into £Billions! What price do you put on all the emotional abuse? Then there is the more practical matter of family inheritances stolen, to swell the coffers, over 50 years. They owe my family £320,000!

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  3. I must be missing something here: the link takes me to the court schedule involving a gentleman from Preston. Can you clarify?

    To offer money to stop someone talking to the press is reprehensible. To offer it to stop a court witness would be criminal. Am I confused? Probably not for the first time.

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  4. Laurie, I am concerned about your posting. If you carry on tormenting the saints like this, the following chain of events may occur:

    More pie days will be cancelled - this means the poor and hungry will starve to death and our population will decrease, and there will be less doctors and nurses out there to look after us and less Egyptians to spoil; firefighters will go hungry, leading to the collapse of the fire brigade, and all our houses will burn to the ground; the very principle of separation will be challenged due to a dearth of JND Bibles circulating among the wider community; those of us left will run out of pompous audacity to marvel at and will have to find something else.

    It's enough to drive a man to private jets. What the El is this coming to?

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    2. Thanks Anon - that sounds like him, lived with his parents (quite elderly).

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  6. I trust this matter has been brought to the attention of the C.C.

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  8. Re Mark Hynd

    Is he South African by the way?

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    1. Might be... They resettled mainly in the UK, Oz and NZ when the late Nelson Mandela came to power.

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  9. Bribery isn't characteristic of EB behaviour. Isn't this just a lot of tosh?

    Boney M

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  10. Bribery is the least of their sins.They are a despicable sect who have no place for our Lord Jesus. I know l was once a member who managed to escape with my family intact in 1973.

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