Campaigner: 'My actions a direct appeal to the Queen'

A Fathers4Justice campaigner who has been found guilty of defacing a portrait of the Queen said his actions were "a direct appeal to the Queen."

"I didn’t only act for my children, but for all the families that will be touched by the cancer of family breakdown," Tim Haries said.

Whilst I disagree with the verdict reached by the Jury, I take full responsibility for my actions.

I would not hesitate to petition the Queen again by peaceful protest on behalf of my children, and the millions of children separated from their fathers by the British Government.

Every Family Court Judge who separates fathers from their children does so with the authority of the Queen and sits in front of the Queen’s Coat of Arms.

– Tim Haries, Fathers4Justice campaigner

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