A Muslim father whose children have been taken into care after a High Court judge decided that they had been abused has complained of social workers being prejudiced against him.
He concluded that the couple had used physical abuse in a bid to discipline their large family and has ruled that all their children should live away from home.
The man had spoken of the racism in this country and he and his wife thought that there had been a conspiracy against them.
The parents, in particular the father, thought that there had been a conspiracy and that the professionals had not acted appropriatelyMr Justice Baker
Detail has emerged in the latest in a number of rulings on the case by Mr Justice Baker following private family court hearings in London.
Local authority social services bosses had asked the judge to make decisions about where the youngsters’ best interests lay. No one involved was identified.
The father had put forward a complex conspiracy theory to explain allegations made by his children, said the judge.
He had also said at one stage you have to understand the racism in this country and had added a white jury will always a convict a black man.
“They acknowledged that they had used physical chastisement, but not that there had been significant harm caused to any of the children as a result, said Mr Justice Baker.
“There was further evidence that the parents, in particular the father, thought that there had been a conspiracy and that the professionals had not acted appropriately.
“The parents reported physically chastising the children by a tap on the bottom, a clip on the ear’ and a tap on the hand’.
The judge said: He acknowledged that he and his wife had practised physical chastisement in a minor way but not the kicking and punching described by the local authority which this court had found. He … asserted that the local authority is prejudiced against him.
However, Mr Justice Baker concluded the allegations had been proved and said: The parents used physical abuse as a method of trying to maintain discipline over their large family which they struggled to control.