Finding A Way Back From Defamation

Today is the beginning to the rest of my life 22/10/2018

Whilst browsing the internet, I came across my son Valdin Legister name on http://worldreferee.com.  They were asking for anyone with information about my son to get in contact. I promptly made contact and was able to supply the data request for with pleasure. As can be seen my contribution was copyright to me with an extra e in my name. But nevertheless there is acknowledgement of my intellectual property. The following was copied from the internet because I mistakenly clicked on http://refereeworld.dk instead of http://worldreferee.com/referee/valdin-legister/bio.  Suffice it to say that the response just left me feeling like crap and I am in negotiation with the person to try and help me untag my post from theirs.
The following is data copied from the internet, showing that I am indeed a credible witness and contacted World Referee. I am also using this as therapy for the way I was treated by LondonEAT@hmcts.gsi.gov.uk after I was stitched up by www.leyf.org.uk over the past 4+ years after the death of my mother from dementia. That’s why I have dedicated myself to supporting different communities and is a www.dementiafriends.org.uk. After having to miss yesterday https://www.parkinsons.org.uk/get-involved/events because my disabilities were exacerbated. I am putting the blame where it belongs at www.justice.gov.uk/tribunals/employment-appeals/ for denying my basic human rights and letting https://www.gov.uk/employment-tribunal-decisions/ms-m-myers-v-london-early-years-foundation-2300047-2016, make me a victim.
Plesase see below for information about my son.
© courtesy of Mervelee Meyers
Born
1979-00-00
Intl. since
2010-01-01
Hometown
Westmoreland
Country
Jamaica
Speaks
English
Occupation
teacher
Hobbies

Unusual Match

2012-07-26

Valdin Legister, from Jamaica, will probably never face a similar situation in his career as when Trinidad and Tobago Under 17 footballers broke the record for the highest number of goals ever scored in a regional Under 17 qualifying match when they beat British Virgin Islands 23-0 (one every 4 minutes on average!) in their opening Caribbean Football Union qualifier at the Hasely Crawford Stadium on July 24th 2012. During this match Legister most likely used his wristle more to validate goals than for free kicks…

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