History of APS.IE WEB PAGE
This site was registered on 22 September 2004 as the official web page of Action Potential Simulation Therapy. Business was growing fast reaching it's peak in January 2008.
the available space on the server, some other site's also appeared in
Professional Safety – promoting and assisting industrial and home safety
- Another Pretty Sight – Personal web page of the owner of APS Technology
Pain Syndrome – Information on a condition suffered by many –
understood by few
- Andrew Prepare Supper – Photos and stories about a special little boy
- new business venture of the owner
Men's Prayer – A challenge to all men
- and more
On 22 february 2008
The owners of the site suffered an illegal attack on their family and within a few months three thriving businesses were closed – 13 breadwinners (the 2 owners and 11 employees) ended without a job or an income. APS, a thriving business with around €2,010,000 in capital and assets, ended up around €170,000 in debt. Due to the “in camera rule” further information published on the attack could get the author and the ex owners imprisoned.
The illegal attack was partly addressed in the Irish High Court and a limited compensation was granted by said Court in March 2013. Said compensation was immediately snatched up by creditors as part payment. No vindication of the families involved followed and this matter is still in the Court system.
Many pages of information and assistance followed helping many families, solicitors, barristers and judges. Some information from the pages was copied word for word – including the typo errors – in written judgments of Superior and other Courts in Ireland, England, Canada, and more.
Realising the dangers to families with the Irish Children's Rights Referendum, the Alliance was formed.
During this period, the site had so many hits that the bandwidth had to be increased with the service provider.
The Abstergo Puto Scio page still run in the background but did not get as much attention.
After the referendum, the page still stayed on line as a support page with the information as in the previous APS (Abstergo) page.
During the time of Abstego Puto Scio and Alliance of Parents against the State, 2 persons, (for clarity they will be referred to as “John” and “Jack”) assisted families, and as needed legal representatives, in matters under the Child Protection legislation in different countries. This work was done for free. (See separate Activity and Financial Reports).
As mentioned – the work was done for free – “John” and “Jack” carrying all the cost out of own pockets – telephone, stationary, logistics, travelling, court fees, payment of legal teams, expert witnesses and more. One office was based in Ireland, handling mostly Irish cases, the other in a EU member country handling specialist Irish and foreign cases.
Families and children helped, appreciated the work done. Unfortunately others did not like it at all attacking the persons.
Some examples of attacks:
- Allegations of child abuse against individuals – this fell flat as no
case could be proven against “John” and “Jack” had no children.
- Attempts at hacking personal computers – hackers in both cases traced to a security company in the UK.
- Attempts at infecting personal computers with child porn using trojan droppers in emails and documents – this attempt was realised and an investigation of the An Garda Síochána (Irish police) initiated after the evidence was handed to them by “John”. One day after the report by “John”, An Garda Síochána received an anonymous call informing them of the child porn on “John's” computer, the informant not knowing that they are investigating the attempted offence of planting the porn, not succeeding because “John's” computer run Linux, not compatible with the attempted infection.
- Attempts by Child Protection prosecuting solicitor to get “Jack” and “John” prosecuted under the In Camera Rule.
- Secret information session of “ Child Protection prosecuting solicitors” to discuss the work of “Jack” and “John”, appointing people to “scrutinise the web pages for contraventions under section 29 and 31”.
- Constant adjournments of cases where expert witnesses were flown in at “Jack's” personal costs without reimbursement of costs to bring them back.
- Verbal treats and insults in Courts where it cannot be prosecuted due to the In Camera Rule
- Unannounced visit and “inspection” of work to ensure “compliance with the law”
- Warning an assisting legal representative “Remember, you also have children that can be taken in care”
- Judge warning parents not to approach “Jack” or “John” for assistance.
- Attack and total destruction of the APS domain by Russian IT criminals apparently paid for by an American “widow” who is a Parental Alienator. The Alliance page was retrieved and rebuilt from backups but the Abstergo and other pages destroyed completely.
- Threats against the persons after they uncovered and exposed trafficking of children taken into State Care.
See separate report when available. Link will be placed on this page.
“John” had to cease accepting clients due to financial restraints and the serious deterioration in his health.
“Jack” had to cease accepting clients due to financial restraints.
Although thousands of Euro were spent to assist people, no money could be accepted as payments. The families involved also could not afford to even carry “reasonable costs”. Unfortunately those who can did not offer a cent.
Although “Jack” and “John” saved the Irish State millions in costs, not a single cent was offered even after requests were made to all the authorities.
At this stage, “Jack” is selling his valuables in a hope to raise money for rent and food. He is stranded in a place where he has no help or hope of employment or social assistance.
“John's” family is living on a mere pension – their savings spent. They do not have money for heating, school requirements, running the car or taking the pet to see the vet.
You can give a "financial gift of help". Donations cannot be accepted as neither “Jack” of “John” can supply you with a donation receipt.
Unfortunately the links on web.archive.org can not be used (as it was on the pages) therefore I suggest you contact the author by email at look4you (at) eircom (dot) net or contact “Jack” or “John” directly if you know them personally.
“John” informed the author that plans are in the pipeline. The only stumbling block is cost, time and his health. The commercial selling of the site is not an option although offers were received.