Henry Bellingham MP and the Ched Evans affair

25 November 2014 Dear Mr Bellingham, Re: Meeting You were furnished with an Information Memorandum as long ago as May 2014, following which I was illegally incarcerated. To date, notwithstanding your previous letter that you were determined to assist me in achieving justice, I have yet to receive the following: The names and addresses of those individuals who contacted you during my illegal incarceration, together with the dates of their contact; Copies of letters written on my behalf to the named individuals and organisations contained in the Information Memorandum; A copy of an Early Day Motion to Parliament regarding my situation; A date to meet pursuant to our meeting on 09 October 2014 in London Road. I did send a copy of the Minutes of that meeting which I assume stand as a permanent record since you have not challenged any of the points contained therein. Prime Minister’s Questions In view of the fact that no Early Day Motion has been achieved, I am presently minded to suggest that you table some substantive questions for Prime Minister’s Questions. In order … Continue reading

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Kim Everett, University of Greenwich law tutor, receives FRAMED! and From Hillsborough to Lambeth

Brian today visited Kim Everett, a law tutor at the Univeristy of Greenwich, and handed her the following: 1. a copy of from Hillsborough to Lambeth 2. a copy of Framed! 3. an Information Memorandum 4. an invitation to Court on 12 January 2015 (for the trial of Brian’s alleged Harassment of his daughter and granddaughter) Ms Everett also informed Brian that, “I didn’t stitch you up here at the University!” (Obviously someone else did. Might it have been Baroness Scotland? Only asking. She’s the Chancellor.) When Brian studied Law at the University in 2010, he secretly taped all of his tutorials with Ms Everett. She was heard to say that he should not use the word ‘corruption’ in relation to his unlawful conviction for inciting a female who never even existed! This person is worryingly a law tutor at the University of Greenwich and a barrister at the Supreme Court. Brian also asked Ms Everett to represent him at the trial in the Inner London Crown Court. Here’s her CV: Kim Everett LLB, Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and … Continue reading

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Framed! published

Framed! is the true and compelling story of police corruption on the scale of Hillsborough which leads to an innocent whistle-blower of child abuse being charged with false allegations of sexual offences against younger women and being wrongly convicted of a crime against a 14-year-old girl who never even existed, so that his beloved daughter and grand-children are turned against him by police and social services. This book unpicks a Crown Court trial at Southwark in 2009 and exposes abuses of process in every element of that trial: from a jury that isn’t sworn in, to key witnesses to illegal police activity not being called by the defence, to unsigned witness statements being entered as real evidence. And the catastrophic failure to call the IT manager of a social networking website whom the Court is told has emigrated to Australia, but  who is, according to his own CV, still living in London. Discover how — in a ten-minute house search with an illegal warrant — the police seize a computer (without placing it in an evidence bag) before returning it four … Continue reading

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