MRISG Forum Secutiry

Open Personal Message sent to all MRISG Members.


MRISG Forum Members,
The MRISG Members Only Forum has recently been upgraded and had a firewall added. The new look is cosmetic and all messages and previous functionality remains.
However, members trying to connect to the forum through a Proxy will encounter difficulties.  This has been necessary because you will be aware there have been many attempts to hack the forum by person/s unnamed, so in an attempt to capture the true IP address of those using the Members Only Forum Admin have installed this extra level of security. Most genuine members will not notice any change but those using Proxy Servers will notice a slowing down of use or for serious breaches of protocol a 403 Error will be displayed informing them they have no permission on the forum. Since installing there have been 4 users identified as using Proxy IP addresses and their true IP is logged with the Admin. Those users have been added to a Suspect List and their activity closely monitored.
If you are blocked because you use a corporate network to connect contact MRISG by e-mail - Contact Form for advice on how to remove the problem.

The MRISG Forum Admin work tirelessly to keep your forum safe for genuine users and hope that this upgrade and extra level of security will continue to allow genuine forum members to continue their campaign for justice, un-hindered or harassed by others. Remember that conversation on the forum is private so can not be stifled by fear of being spied on or sited in a court of law. Especially, at this crucial time when certain people are attempting anything to frustrate and prevent this group functioning and trying to disrupt legal action against MacAnthony and his Directors and associates in Spain.

All members and specificity those who are not genuine members are advised to read the Terms and Conditions again and seriously consider if you can afford to be caught out identified and prosecuted for a blatant breach of those very plain Terms and Conditions, copyright breaches and/or Computer Hacking.

Blog Admin have also asked members to also look at all the recent work conducted there for your benefit - They also ask for any members who have experience in writing media articles suitable for the blog to submit prepared material directly to the MRISG - Contact Page. This will be reviewed and may be published.

All the Web, Blog and Forum Administrators have worked hard for two and a half years to keep your specific plight high on the web and succeeded despite attempts by others, so make the best of the facilities provided free of charge to you the victim and do not let Darragh MacAnthony or his associates get to you because now in the closing stages of his fame and fortune they will try anything to silence you and keep you from seeking justice. Keep Fighting.

The MRISG Members Only Forum Team.

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BBC Cambridge - A First?

On the 7th October 2011 the BBC in Cambridge have finally published a negative story about Darragh MacAnthony.

MRISG members are now wondering if the love-in has finally ended….  However, it is noted that there is no facility to add comment about the article.

See the original article at BBC Sport:-


Darragh MacAnthony

Peterborough United chairman Darragh MacAnthony has been fined £2,000 by the Football Association for comments he made on Twitter.

He questioned the referee’s performance on the social networking site following their defeat at West Ham.

“Wouldn’t it be nice to get referees with balls the size of melons instead of peanuts sometimes?” he wrote of match official Tony Bates in September.

The owner of the Championship side added: “Another home ref today.”

After requesting a non-personal hearing the Posh chairman was fined and warned as to his future conduct.

Posh lost the game 1-0 with Mark Noble’s penalty proving the difference.

MacAnthony has since reacted to the charge through his Twitter account: “No comment or I’ll be charged again. Re managers and referees: The FA police managers etc, who polices the officials when they make errors or mistakes etc?

“My comments are private and for friends only so weird how I was charged but haven’t got time to fight it to be honest.”

Meanwhile, manager Darren Ferguson and his assistant Kevin Russell have received a similar charge for an incident in Saturday’s 2-1 loss to Doncaster.

They have until 10 October to respond to an accusation of using “language and/or behaviour amounting to improper conduct”.

FA - MacAnthony Charged

Darragh MacAnthony

MacAnthony charged

Thursday, 06 October, 2011

Peterborough chairman charged with misconduct.

Peterborough United chairman Darragh MacAnthony has been charged by The FA for Twitter comments amounting to improper conduct which he made in relation to his club’s match at West Ham United on 24 September 2011.

MacAnthony has admitted the charge and requested a non personal hearing.

Read the Original Post on the FA website HERE


MRISG Members want to know why the police have not charged him?

Anyone who knows please comment…….