Dear Sir Henry Bellingham MP, Because I am being given the runaround by Norwich Crown Court (who do not respond to my emails or letters), I am copying Sir Henry into the Court Listings for tomorrow (Friday, 26 April 2019) and will do so until the foreseeable future. Please archive these Listings as I will need to refer to them in my claim v. HM Government under Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights. As you will know, Sir Henry was himself a barrister for 8 years and I feel sure that he would be staggered to learn of the ways in which my Rights are being denied in this spurious case: 1. The trial date was moved without notifying the Defendant (me); 2. The defendant is unable to call witnesses because the fixed date has now become moveable on the whim of the Court; 3. The defendant called for full Disclosure in the case, particularly the name of the 14-year-old girl I was alleged to have incited, her victim impact statement and the names and statements from … Continue reading
BRIAN PEAD MAKES APPLICATION FOR STAY IN CROWN COURT CASE On the 30th anniversary of Hillsborough, Liverpool FC author Brian Pead made a written application to Norwich Crown Court for a stay in the proceedings brought against him by the Police, who claimed that he had breached a Sexual Offences Prevention Order or SOPO. Brian has never signed the Sex Offenders Register (not being a sex offender) and in any event, the SOPO expired in 2015. The Police claim it is still active so that they can bully him, enter his flat without a warrant and search it unlawfully. They are using the SOPO in order to control him. He is currently under house arrest in King’s Lynn. Brian has argued that the original conviction at Southwark in 2009 for the alleged attempted incitement of a non-existent 14-year-old girl is unsafe and unlawful (a view corroborated by his MP and former barrister, Sir Henry Bellingham) is currently under Appeal and therefore any proceedings in that matter would be an abuse of the court’s process. The decision of the Norwich Crown … Continue reading
BRIAN PEAD AND JULIAN ASSANGE On Monday 18 August 2014 from my prison cell in HMP Peterborough, I wrote a diary entry which read: “I put the tv back on and the eleven o’clock news. It appears that Julian Assange is about to leave the Ecuadorian Embassy after two years in residence there. I have contemplated joining him there because it is not possible for me to obtain a fair trial in this country.” I was being unlawfully held in prison as a political prisoner, and wrote the book 10 Prisons, 12 Weeks whilst held in captivity. I see that Julian Assange has now been forcibly removed from the Ecuadorian Embassy and in 2015, and made forcibly homeless at the time by corrupt State officials, I also went to the Embassy to seek asylum after my country declared war on me and took my life apart stitch by stitch. The Embassy staff, realising the depth of police and judicial corruption in the unlawful convictions against me, decided not to offer me asylum. Julian Assange exposed corruption and was labelled a sex … Continue reading
BRIAN PEAD AND HILLSBOROUGH It is, of course, the 30th anniversary of the Hillsborough tragedy in which 96 innocent Liverpool fans died following which various governments colluded to cover up the truth about police inadequacies and much more. I attended the match with three friends: Neil Cowland, Sue Burgess and Elaine Bates (all from the University of Greenwich at Avery Hill in southeast London). We attended many games throughout the three years of the university course, all around the country and there was a trusting bond between the four Liverpool fans and students. When I arrived home from Sheffield, there was a voice recording left for me by my beloved daughter, who had called me to see if I was alive. For three decades, the authorities (mainly the police and the judicial system) conspired to lie to and cheat the Liverpool public (especially the families) and the nation as a whole. Ten years later, a similar conspiracy occurred in the trial for murder of the Norfolk farmer, Tony Martin. He was fitted up by rogue officers in the Norfolk Constabulary. … Continue reading
Upon hearing of the death of former Liverpool legend Tommy Smith, Brian Pead made the following comments: I am naturally sad to hear of Tommy’s passing. I was highly impressed with him following the publication of my book Ee Aye Addio – We’ve Won the Cup! which was a complete historical record of Liverpool FC in the FA Cup. Not only did Tommy write a complimentary introduction, but he then joined me in a book-signing session in WH Smith’s in Liverpool. We spent a couple of enjoyable hours together and he wouldn’t take a penny in fees – not even his petrol money. I can’t see today’s players being so generous. My condolences go out to his family.” Brian Pead is the author of several books on Liverpool FC, including the much acclaimed Liverpool: A Complete Record 1892-1986 and Liverpool: Champions of Champions (published in 1990). These were the days before Brian was turned into a State-created sex offender after he reported child abuse, racism and bullying in Lambeth (see the forthcoming video for further information).
Brian Pead at Norwich Crown Court – 12 April 2019 (Court 2) More public funds were wasted at Norwich today, not that those who hold the reins of power will be bothered because it’s not their money; it’s public taxes. The hearing was a further unnecessary waste of those taxes because Brian is up on a charge of a Breach of a Sexual Offences Prevention Order (SOPO for short). In 2009 at Southwark Crown Court – though there is no official record of the case – Brian was found “guilty” of the alleged attempted incitement of a non-existent 14-year-old girl. The case been invented after Brian duly reported child abuse in his role as Head teacher of a pupil referral unit in Lambeth in 2006-7. You do not have to be a legal genius to know that you can’t incite NOBODY – in other words, there has to be ANOTHER PERSON to incite. There never was and yet Brian was found “guilty”. Since 2009 he had consistently appealed that conviction and the appeals go nowhere. The courts claim they … Continue reading