In an obvious reason for his unlawful arrest at Ramblewood Farm, Pott Row, Norfolk, Brian is taken to Norwich Crown Court, where he appears on a charge of criminal damage. He is released after a 5-minute hearing in which he is told to engage with the “legal process” and he is given bail. He is given no travel warrant by which to get back from Norwich to King’s Lynn. It must be clear to all readers by now that Brian is very unpopular with MPs, the police and judiciary for his exposure of child abuse and corruption. More of this remarkable incident in future posts.
A little more than 2 weeks after Lambeth Council failed to obtain a permanent gagging order against Brian Pead, he is arrested (unlawfully) by armed police in Norfolk. The circumstances were such that Brian had been providing legal information to pig farmer Richard Fulcher and his wife, Karen, about their legal problems in which Fulcher was found guilty of Threats to Kill in a Magistrates’ Court (instead of in a Crown Court with a jury). Brian is neither a solicitor nor a barrister but acts as a McKenzie Friend to people who have little legal knowledge (Brian having studied law at the University of Greenwich in 2010). On 01 August, two operatives claiming to be from the power giant EON drove illegally on to private land and said they wanted to read Mr Fulcher’s meter. (EON were attempting to bankrupt Mr Fulcher, claiming he owed them some £11,000 for a meter which does not exist on his farm.) Brian asked them to show some ID, at which point they said they would leave. They were wearing long-sleeved fleeces on a … Continue reading