Please find attached a letter from my MP proving my innocence.
I shall be calling in next week to meet with you about the role played by CPPD in a cover-up of child abuse in Lambeth. Please provide me with dates and times which would be most suitable to you.
Please note that I have reported Off Centre (Hackney) to the Charity Commission and to the BACP for its unlawful dismissal of me in June 2008.
You are invited to visit the following websites:
I look forward to hearing from you.
Justice delayed is Justice denied.
B.Ed (Hons) – University of Greenwich
Advanced Diploma in Humanistic Integrative Counselling
Liverpool: A Complete Record 1892-1986, 1892-1988, 1892-1990
a series of three books highlighting the entire history of Liverpool Football Club since its inception
Liverpool: Champions of Champions
a book providing comprehensive match reports for every game in every title-winning season since 1900-01
Liverpool: Ee Aye Addio, We’ve Won the Cup!
a book providing comprehensive match reports for every FA Cup game from 1892 to 1993
National Curriculum Homework Sheets (1999)
a series of five books containing homework sheets for primary school which were proven to raise standards
from Hillsborough to Lambeth (2012) Second edition due out 01 December 2016
the true story of a cover-up of child abuse, racism and bullying in Lambeth Council
original book still banned at the High Court in London
anatomy of a Crown Court trial in which Brian Pead was unlawfully found guilty of a crime after out-stinging a police sting operation
10 Prisons 12 Weeks (2015)
The true account of author Brian Pead being ghosted between 10 prisons in just 12 weeks in order to silence him and prevent him from exposing child abuse in Lambeth and elsewhere
Letters to my Grandchildren (due 01 December 2016)
a series of heartrending letters from Brian Pead to his three beloved grandchildren in which he explains the reasons their forced separation by the State
Tony Martin: THE TRUTH (due 01 December 2016)
THE TRUTH shines a spotlight on an anatomy of a Crown Court trial, a seriously flawed police investigation and fresh evidence which shows that the Norfolk farmer should never have been on trial for murder, never gone to prison and never vilified as an eccentric loner