But at least you're now implicitly conceding that this is a child custody matter.
If you have facts that could change the interpretation of your case and choose not to share them, then we're not going to be able to help you. For you to insult us based upon that would, once again, be very rude on your part.Quoting my2children
If you believe a crime was committed, you report your suspicions to law enforcement.Quoting my2children
If you want to fight a custody case, you do that in the custody court.
There is no international organization that is going to involve itself in your situation. You need to disabuse yourself of that fantasy and focus on the remedies that have already been explained to you.
So in some other case that you believe to be similar, somebody broke the law, their legal violation was reported to law enforcement, and the person was prosecuted. There you go. No international agency needed.Quoting my2children
Odds are what he did was say something like, "If your story is true...." But really, if this "consul" works for the U.K. government and actually believes that U.K. officials broke U.K. law, that "consul" can help you report that belief to law enforcement. If it's some random person from a random consulate of a random nation, all the person can really do is tell you what we've been repeatedly telling you -- there's no international organization that will involve itself in your custody case.Quoting my2children
What you should do is work on your custody case with your solicitor. If you continue to tilt at windmills instead of focusing on your custody case, or if you lose your custody case, it won't change this fact: there is no international organization that is going to involve itself in your case.Quoting my2children