In a letter received today (but dated 18 December) from MP Henry Bellingham, he claimed that he would not appear as a Witness in the forthcoming case on 12 January 2015 at the Inner London Crown Court.
As a barrister, Mr Bellingham ought to know that he has no say in the matter. On 09 October 2014, he stated in front of witnesses that Brian Pead (now FREEMAN) could not be guilty of the Harassment of his daughter and granddaughter on 01 November 2011 and nor could he be guilty of the Incitement of a 14-year-old girl because she did not exist and because “both convictions are deeply flawed.”
On 10 May 2014, Mr Bellingham was provided with a comprehensive 80-page INFORMATION MEMORANDUM INFORMATION MEMORANDUM SHORT VERSION version6 which outlined significant police and judicial corruption. FOUR DAYS LATER Brian was illegally imprisoned. “You do the Math”, as our American cousins say.
You should write to your MP and the Home Secretary to ask why Mr Bellingham believes himself to be above the Rule of Law.
Mr Bellingham claimed in his letter that he “did not have sufficient information” about this case to make the statement he made on 09 October 2014. Little wonder that in any poll, MPs are usually top of those public servants least likely to be trusted.
For the avoidance of doubt, Mr Bellingham has received sufficient information about this case. All he needs to know is that on 01 November 2011, Brian Pead was found guilty of the Harassment of his daughter (Sorrel Birch) and his then 12-year-old granddaughter, Emily Birch, but neither of them appeared in the Bexley Magistrates’ Court against him and neither had made a statement against him. He cannot, therefore, be guilty. It’s not rocket science, but it seems to perplex Mr Bellingham, a barrister. Perhaps this is why he left the legal profession to become an MP, where the Rule of Law is usually disregarded.
Mr Bellingham has also been provided with the information that Brian’s son-in-law, Paul Birch of Helical Gearboxes and Foxberry Garages, provides mechanic services to the … Metropolitan Police Service. (It is his best customer.) You do the Math…