MISCONDUCT IN PUBLIC OFFICE

MP Case Study

This page contains a record of the email exchanges that took place between a constituent and their MP

This Case Study follows on from the allegory on the previous page.

Reading the allegory is not a prerequisite to understanding the content on this page.

Dates of emails: 26.10.2020, 30.10.2020 (x2), 02.11.2020, 03.11.2020, 06.11.2020 (x2), 11.11.2020, 12.11.2020 (x2), 16.11.2020 (x2), 17.11.2020 (x2), 24.11.2020 (x3), 02.12.2020, 07.12.2020, 08.12.2020, 17.12.2020.

In this document the Case Reference Number is replaced by the code PN1984.

[IMPN] is short for insert MP name.

*Everywhere where the MP had originally been addressed by their Title-and/or-Surname now reads ‘Dear Sir

PN1984: [Local Area] Constabulary Criminal Investigation Request

From: Constituent To: Local MP

Date: 26 October 2020, 13:49

 

Dear Sir*

 

 

My name is [Constituent Name]; I reside in [your Constituency]. I have corresponded with you before (Your Ref: PN1984).

 

I hereby request that you please write a letter to [Local Area] Police asking them to conduct a criminal investigation to look into the matters that I am reporting to you in this letter.

 

I bring to your attention this day, the attached ‘injunction’ document that was sent to me by [the Local Authority’s] Legal Clerical Assistant <□□□□@□□□□.gov.uk> in email of 21 August 2020, 10:13hrs. The paper shades surrounding the ‘High Court stamp’ on that NE19C00733 Order, are indicative of the fact that the document is a forgery. I made enquiries with the High Court’s Family Division on 24.08.2020 and they told me that according to their records, NE19C00733 is not one of their cases (which was to be expected, the ‘High Court stamp’ on the attached NE19C00733 Order does not look authentic).

 

Not only did [the Local Authority] serve this false instrument to me on email, they are actually using said ‘injunction’ against me (as evidenced by their letter of 21.08.2020 that they emailed me).

 

All these are criminal matters. The ‘injunction’ fits the R. v. Dodge and Harris [1972] 1 Q.B. 416 definition of a false instrument in that it tells-a-lie-about-itself. It fits also the definition in the Forgery and Counterfeiting Act, 1981. The fact that [the Local Authority] are using this document against me is an offence contrary to s.1 of the Fraud Act, 2006. And with [the Local Authority] being a Public Authority, the Common Law offence of Misconduct in Public Office would also apply.

 

Seeing as the Police are the appointed agency for dealing with criminal matters, I hereby request that you please write a letter to [Local Area] Police, asking them to conduct a criminal investigation regarding this false instrument. The Police will be the ones having the resources and powers and training to follow all the lines of evidence in this case. They will be the ones able to then put all the evidence together and take the matter to the Criminal Courts who are equipped with effective remedies for such tortious actions.

 

I am sure you already appreciate the negative impact that the  [Local Authority] actions have been having on my family.

 

I look forward to hearing back from you soon. As in all criminal matters, time is of the essence.

 

Yours Sincerely

Constituent

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From: Legal Clerical Assistant <□□□□@□□□□.gov.uk>

Date: Friday, 21 August 2020

Subject:  [Case Reference]

To: [Constituent name]

 

Sent on behalf of [Local Authority Solicitor]

 

Dear Sirs

 

Re: [Case Reference]

 

Please find attached sealed Court Order from the hearing on 29th May 2020, by way of service upon you.

 

 

Kind regards

 

□□□□

Legal Clerical Assistant [Local Authority]

 

[Local Authority] Council

County Hall

26th October email ends here.

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Re: PN1984: □□□□ Constabulary Criminal Investigation Request (Case Ref: PN1984)

From: Local MP

To: Constituent                Date: 30 October 2020, 11:52hrs

On Friday, 30 October 2020, Local MP > wrote:

Dear [Constituent name],

 

Good morning – thank you for your email, attached letter and document, which our team has read.

 

As per [their] previous communications with you, as a Member of Parliament, [IMPN] is not in a position to investigate criminal matters or take them forward on a constituent’s behalf and is not qualified to give legal advice, so will not be able to take any further action on this matter.

 

Thank you for your understanding.

 

Best wishes,

□□□□□□□□ (Head of Constituency Office for Local MP)

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From: Constituent To: Local MP Cc: Head of Constituency Office for Local MP

Sent: 30 October 2020 14:21

 

Subject: Re: PN1984: □□□□ Constabulary Criminal Investigation Request (Case Ref: PN1984)

 

Dear Sir*

 

PN1984 refers.

 

I acknowledge safe receipt of your email of 30 October 2020, 11:52hrs (quoted below).

 

I did not ask the MP to investigate a criminal matter, I asked the MP to ask the POLICE to investigate a criminal matter. There is a difference, you know.

 

I did not ask for legal advice either.

 

When the MP writes a letter to refer a constituent concern to the PHSO, for example, [is the MP] thereby claiming to be a qualified Health Professional who is competent to conduct the investigation [themselves]? No! The PHSO are the ones qualified, so the MP refers the matter to them.

 

In this case, the POLICE, are the ones qualified to investigate these criminal matters, and my letter of 26th October was requesting (from the MP), a referral.

 

Please re-read my letter of 26th October and write the requested referral. Time is of the essence.

 

 

Yours Sincerely

Constituent

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From: Local MP To: Constituent

Date: 2 November 2020, 16:44

Hi [Constituent name],

 

Good evening – to reiterate, [IMPN] is not in a position to comment on criminals matters or tell the Police whom to investigate.

 

Regards,

 

□□□□□□□□ (Head of Constituency Office for Local MP)

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Re: □□□□ Constabulary Criminal Investigation Request (Your Ref: PN1984)

From: Constituent To: Local MP, Head of Constituency Office for Local MP.

Date: 3 November 2020, 17:16

 

Dear Sir*

 

 

Reference is made to your PN1984 email of 2 November 2020, 16:44hrs.

 

A request is not command, it is a request. In my letter of 26th October I was asking the MP for □□□□ to write a letter to □□□□ Police, REQUESTING that □□□□ Police please open a criminal investigation to look into this matter.

 

The Steward and Bailiffs of the Chiltern Hundreds and of the Manor of Northstead are not in a position to write a letter to □□□□ Police on my behalf regarding this matter, but the MP for □□□□ sure is.

 

If [IMPN] is the incumbent position holder for the post of MP for □□□□, he will write the letter as requested. If [IMPN] would much rather not write the letter, [they are] better suited for the positions: Steward and Bailiffs of the Chiltern Hundreds and of the Manor of Northstead. The choice is [theirs]. Being a Public Office is a choice, not a force matter.

 

Further copy of my letter of 26.10.2020, for the attention of the MP for □□□□ please, is attached.

 

I look forward to hearing back from the MP soon. Time is of the essence.

 

 

Yours Sincerely

Constituent

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From: Local MP To: Constituent

Date: 6 November 2020, 10:08

Dear [Constituent name],

 

Thank you for your email.

 

MPs cannot offer legal advice and have no jurisdiction over the police or the courts. Constituents are therefore advised to consult with a solicitor should they need professional advice for legal disputes. MPs have no role in decision making or law enforcement.

 

If you feel that the issue you are dealing with is a criminal matter, we would ask that you approach the police yourself in the first instance. As this is an ongoing case you have going on with the council, we would also ask that you go back to the council if you feel that your case has not been resolved.

 

Kind regards,

□□□□ (Senior Parliamentary Assistant to Local Area MP)

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PN1984: The Criminal Matter

From: Constituent To: Local MP

Date: 6 November 2020, 12:04

 

Dear Sir*

 

 

I hereby acknowledge receiving your email of 6 November 2020, 10:08hrs. Thank you for writing.

 

In your 6th November email, you state:

‘MPs cannot offer legal advice and have no jurisdiction over the police or the courts.’

I think that there is evidence of misunderstanding.

 

I will quote my email of 3 November 17:16hrs:

‘A request is not command, it is a request. In my letter of 26th October I was asking the MP for □□□□ to write a letter to □□□□ Police, REQUESTING that □□□□ Police please open a criminal investigation to look into this matter.’

 

[Q1] Is the constituent asking the MP for legal advice?

No.

 

[Q2] Does the constituent need legal advice right now? 

No.

What [the constituent] needs right now is for the MP to write a letter to the Police requesting that they conduct a criminal investigation to look into the matters specified.

 

[Q3] Is the constituent implying that the MP has jurisdiction over the Police?

No.

In [the constituent’s] email of 3 November, the constituent explicitly said ‘A request is not command, it is a request.’

 

[Q4] Is the MP able to write a letter? 

Yes.

I know for certain that [IMPN] can write letters because [IMPN] has written one to me, and a letter of [IMPN’s] is proudly displayed online here

https://www.MPwebsite.org.uk/news/IMPN-demands-action-□□□□

 

[Q5] Is the MP able to speak to the Police?

Word on the web is that [they are]:

https://www.MPwebsite.org.uk/news/IMPN-thanks-police-their-assistance-resolving-issue-□□□□

https://www.MPwebsite.org.uk/news/IMPN-meets-local-police

“[IMPN] MP for □□□□, has been meeting with police across [the] County to see what they have been up to and what [IMPN] can do to assist them.

[IMPN] visited [Local Area Name] Police Station to meet with □□□□□□, the Neighbourhood Inspector who is responsible for the □□□□ and □□□□ districts. □□□□□□ works with residents, stakeholders and police across the [wider area] to reduce offences, assist victims of crime and work with local communities to ensure they remain safe for residents. □□□□□□ introduced [Local MP] to the team at [Local Area Name] Police Station and they discussed local crime…”

 

[Q6] Is the MP able to write a letter to the Police?

Based on the answers to Q4 and Q5 above, the answer is a resounding yes.

 

[Q7] Has the constituent [themselves] tried to contact the Police?

Yes. See email of 30 September 2020, 21:45hrs that is quoted below. The Police are refusing to record the complaint. The law says that they must record all complaints that they receive from members of the public.

In email of 18 September 2020, 11:36hrs <complaints@□□□□.pnn.police.uk>  informed me:

‘The regulations and guidelines changed Nationally during February 2020 – as such we no longer do local resolutions nor are we able to make non-recording decisions.’

This means therefore, Dear Sir*, that [Local Area] Police are obligated to record my 30 September complaint.

 

[Q8] Is the 30 September complaint that the constituent submitted to □□□□ Police a criminal matter?

Yes.

The Home Office publishes guidance that states what is a criminal matter and what is not. Fraud & Forgery are criminal matters.

 

[Q9] Is the constituent asking the MP to intervene in a Family Court matter?

No.

The constituent is asking the MP to ask the Police to investigate the criminal matter that [the constituent] brought to the MP’s attention in email & letter of 26th October.

I will explain a bit further: Not all Courts are created equal. The Civil Courts deal with civil matters, the Criminal Courts deal with criminal matters. If your neighbour is parking her car on the street in front of your house, it is not a criminal matter. If someone serves on you a forged Court Order, that is a criminal matter.

I have not asked the MP to write to the Family Court, I asked him to write to the Police. The specifics regarding what I want the MP to write about are contained in the email of 26 October 2020, 13:49hrs that I sent to  <□□□□.mp@parliament.uk>

 

An investigation is necessary because the attached NE19C00733 Order of 29th May is very clearly a forgery (observe the paper shades surrounding the ‘High Court stamp’). For the Police to fail to investigate this matter is to pervert the course of justice.

 

I don’t need ‘legal advice’ to tell me that that document is a forgery, I need to the Police to find the criminal who is behind that forgery. That ‘injunction’ there is infringing on my rights.

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Please write [the Police] a letter Dear Sir*, the clock’s ticking.

 

Yours Sincerely

Constituent

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From: [the Constituent]

Date: Wednesday, 30 September 2020, 21:45hrs

Subject: Crime Report: Fraud & Forgery

To: □□□□@□□□□.pnn.police.uk

 

Dear [Local Area] Police

 

My name is [Constituent Name]. My submission to yourselves today is related to the submission I made in email of 3 June 2020, 19:22hrs (it was attended to by □□□□).

 

Today I bring further allegations of Fraud (and forgery).

 

The allegations are described below. And my question to you, following your reading is simply this: Do you consider this too, to be ‘a civil matter’?

(If not, please open an investigation).

 

I look forward to hearing back from you in due course.

 

 

Yours Sincerely

Complainant [the Constituent]

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This is how perverted [the Local Authority] are:

 

The attached Order was sent to me in email of 21 August 2020, 10:13hrs by [the Local Authority’s] Legal Clerical Assistant <□□□□@□□□□.gov.uk>  The Order names both myself and my children. I expect that [the Local Authority] have been showing the foster carer (& others) that Order, as ‘evidence’ that there is an injunction against me. Please note the Case Reference Number on that ‘Court Order’: NE19C00733.

 

The attached Order makes-itself-out-to-be-a-High-Court-Order, so I contacted the Family Division of the High Court to ask after it. The Family Division of the High Court told me that NE19C00733 is not one of their cases. My 24th August correspondence with the High Court regarding this Order is quoted below the text of this email (you will have to read from the bottom up).  

 

Even before making enquiries with the High Court, one has only to look at the paper shades surrounding the ‘High Court stamp’ on the attached Order to see that something about that Order is not quite right. Examine it yourselves and see.

 

Documents such as the attached have no other use except for fraud.

 

If the Case Reference Number on any Court Order document that you ever get shown by [the Local Authority] is NE19C00733, that means it was produced by the same office that produced the Order that is attached here.

 

If the Case Reference Number on any ‘Court Order’ you ever get shown by  [the Local Authority] is NE19C00733, that means it comes from the same ‘legal’ proceedings as the 29th May ‘Court Order’ that is attached to this email.  If the Case Reference Number on any ‘Court Order’ you ever see is NE19C00733, that means it it is invalid.

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Case Law:

A void order is incurably void and all proceedings based on the invalid claim or void act are also void. Even a decision of the higher Courts (High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court) will be void if the decision is founded on an invalid claim or void act, because something cannot be founded on nothing (Lord Denning in MacFoy v United Africa Co. Ltd. [1961]).

 

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The general rule, (based on the evidence in this particular case, and on the Case Law quoted above), is this:

If a Court Order bears the case reference number NE19C00733, then it is invalid. Due to the sophistication of the criminal activity in this case, each NE19C00733 Order requires detailed explanation for to expose its invalidity. (The 21st October Interim Care Order of course, does not exist).

 

If I had not seen the attached Order with my own eyes, I would never have believed that such things happen, never. [the Local Authority] are not doing safeguarding, that much is clear.

 

There is no valid Court paperwork that says that my children should ever have been taken from me. What [the Local Authority] did is just… a kidnapping.

 

I allege fraud (and forgery), what say you?

 

I look forward to hearing your thoughts on this matter.

 

 

Yours Sincerely

Complainant [the Constituent]

 

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No oppression is so heavy or lasting as that which is inflicted by the perversion of legal authority — Joseph Addison.

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24.08.2020 CONVERSATIONS WITH THE HIGH COURT WERE INSERTED HERE

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Do not fear your enemies. The worst they can do is kill you. Do not fear your friends. At worst they may betray you. Fear those who do not care; they neither kill nor betray, but betrayal and murder exist because of their silent consent.  — Bruno Jasienski.

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You cannot look at the attached Order of 29th May and tell me that an investigation is not in order. That ‘Court Order’ of 29th May calls for Investigation!

6th November email ends here.

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On Wednesday, 11 November 2020, Local MP > wrote:

Dear [Constituent name],

 

If you wish to make a complaint about how your case was handled in court, you can follow this link – https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/hm-courts-and-tribunals-service/about/complaints-procedurehttps://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/hm-courts-and-tribunals-service/about/complaints-procedurehttps://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/hm-courts-and-tribunals-service/about/complaints-procedurehttps://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/hm-courts-and-tribunals-service/about/complaints-procedure – which tells you how to do so and how the complaints procedure works.

 

 

As you have a court order against you, this is not something we can help you with.

 

Kind regards,

□□□□ (Senior Parliamentary Assistant to Local Area MP)

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From: Constituent To: Local MP

Sent: 11 November 2020 17:01

Subject: Re: PN1984: The Criminal Matter (Case Ref: PN1984)

 

Dear Sir*

 

 

Reference is made to your email of 11 November 2020, 16:44hrs (which is supposed to be responding to my email of 6 November 2020 12:05hrs), and I have a couple of questions for you:

 

Q1 Are you saying that [IMPN] is in receipt of a Court Order that says I am not entitled to access justice in the event that I find myself the victim of crime?

Q2 Do you consider the attached to be a valid Court Order please?

 

I look forward to hearing back from you in due course.

 

 

Yours Sincerely

Constituent

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On Thursday, 12 November 2020, Local MP <□□□□.MP@parliament.uk> wrote:

Dear [Constituent name],

 

Yes, the attached is a valid court order. If you have a query about the court order, you need to contact the court.

 

Kind regards,

□□□□ (Senior Parliamentary Assistant to Local Area MP)

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Re: PN1984: The Criminal Matter (Case Ref: PN1984)

From: Constituent To: Local MP

Date: 12 November 2020, 14:20

 

Dear Sir*

 

Reference is made to your email of 12 November 2020, 13:12hrs.

 

Thank you for answering Q2 from my email of 11 November 2020, 17:00hrs. How do you know? How do you know that the attached is a valid court order?

 

And the answer to Q1 is still outstanding. The question again was:

Q1 Are you saying that [IMPN] is in receipt of a Court Order that says I am not entitled to access justice in the event that I find myself the victim of crime?

If ‘yes’, please supply me with copy of said Order. If ‘no’, I ask that [IMPN] please write the Police a letter as per my 26th October request, further copy of which is attached to this email.

 

Time’s awasting.

 

Yours Sincerely

Constituent

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Re: PN1984: The Criminal Matter (Case Ref: PN1984)

 

Local MP <□□□□.MP@parliament.uk> To: Constituent

Date: 16 November 2020, 10:12

Dear [Constituent name],

 

 

Thank you for your email.

 

If you have a query about a court order, whether about the validity of it or the content of it, you need to contact the court. As this is a legal matter, [IMPN] is unable to assist you.

 

 

Kind regards,

□□□□ (Senior Parliamentary Assistant to Local Area MP)

 

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From: Constituent To: Local MP

Sent: 16 November 2020 14:47

Subject: Re: PN1984: The Criminal Matter (Case Ref: PN1984)

 

Dear Sir*

 

 

I acknowledge receiving your email of 16 November 2020, 10:12hrs.

 

Reference is made to my letter of 26th October 2020 that was delivered to yourselves in email of 26 October 2020, 13:49hrs.

 

Further to that 26th October email, I have had to send you emails of 30 October 2020, 14:21hrs, 3 November 2020, 17:16hrs, 6 November 2020, 12:04hrs, 11 November 2020, 17:00hrs, and 12 November 2020, 14:20hrs all in response to your creative efforts to avoid doing what you are supposed to be doing (you are supposed to be writing a letter to □□□□ Police requesting that they conduct a criminal investigation of [the Local Authority] on allegations of fraud and forgery).

 

The ‘Court Order’ document that was attached to my email of 26 October 2020, 13:49hrs is very clearly a forgery. You can tell just by looking at it (examine the paper shades that are surrounding that ‘High Court stamp’), that the document is a false instrument. Fraud & Forgery are criminal matters, therefore this is a matter for the Police.

 

In your email of 12 November 2020, 13:12hrs you said: ‘Yes, the attached is a valid court order.’ And in my email of 12 November 2020, 14:20hrs I asked you how you knew. You haven’t answered that question.

 

I mentioned in my email of 26 October 2020, 13:49hrs, the 29th May ‘injunction’ was served on me via email by  [the Local Authority’s] Legal Clerical Assistant <□□□□@□□□□.gov.uk> in email of 21 August 2020, 10:13hrs. It was [Local Authority] Council who emailed me that false instrument, [Local Authority] Council. In your email of 16 November 2020, 10:12hrs you say ‘If you have a query about a court order…’ I do not have a query about a court order, I have a criminal matter (fraud & forgery), that I want the POLICE to investigate. Criminal matters = Criminal Courts (via the Police). Very simple. Let the Police do their job. They need a bit of a nudge (letter from the MP of □□□□), but the job is theirs.

 

Hey, you said in your email of 12 November 2020, 13:12hrs ‘Yes, the attached is a valid court order’, and my simple question in answer to that (as contained in my email of 12 November 2020, 14:20hrs) was: How do you know? How do you know that the attached is a valid court order?

You haven’t answered that question.

 

I will repeat what I said in my email of 11 November 2020, 17:00hrs, unless [IMPN] is in receipt of a Court Order that says I am not entitled to access justice in the event that I find myself the victim of crime, (if [they do], please provide me with copy of it), [IMPN] needs to write the letter; and quickly.

 

Fraud is a criminal matter, and so is forgery. It is the job of the Police to investigate criminal matters, the Police. Stop playing games and write the letter Dear Sir*. The criminals behind that false instrument need to be apprehended and brought to book!

 

 

Yours Sincerely

Constituent

 

I do not have a query about a court order, I have eyes, and my eyes can clearly see that that ‘injunction‘ is a false instrument.

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From: Complainant [the Constituent]

Sent: Sunday, 4 October 2020 13:52

To: Neighbourhood Inspector — □□□□ Police

Subject: Regarding your [Local Area] Team

 

Reference is made to the email of 30 September 2020, 21:45hrs that I sent to >

 

Dear Inspector □□□□□□

 

I emailed a Crime Report to your [Local Area] Team last week but it has not been acknowledged. Am I to expect a response please?

 

Yours Sincerely

Complainant [the Constituent]

 

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being further copy of the message sent by the Constituent 

To: □□□□@□□□□.pnn.police.uk

Date: Wednesday, 30 September 2020, 21:45hrs.

Subject: Crime Report: Fraud & Forgery

[content in body of the 30.10.2020 email is not repeated here]

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From: Neighbourhood Inspector > Date: Sunday, 4 October 2020

Subject: Regarding your [Local Area] Team

From: Neighbourhood Inspector

To: Complainant [the Constituent]

Cc: [Name of delegated Sgt]

 

Thank you [Name of Constituent] for your email- the [Local Area] NPT address is no longer used.

 

You should have hopefully received a automated reponse outlining that this isn’t a reporting method and directing you to ring 101 and report an incident or crime.

If this didn’t happen I apologise.

 

I have copied Sgt □□□□ into my response. I will get him to review your compliant and update you.

 

Regards

□□□□ [Neighbourhood Inspector]

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16th November email ends here.

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On Tuesday, 17 November 2020, Local Area MP > wrote:

Dear [Constituent name],

 

Thank you for your email.

 

I am afraid [IMPN] is unable to assist you in this matter, and I advise that you seek legal representation if you believe that the court order is fraudulent.

 

Kind regards,

□□□□ (Senior Parliamentary Assistant to Local Area MP)

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On Tuesday, 17 November 2020, Constituent > wrote:

 

Dear Sir*

 

 

I hereby acknowledge receiving your email of 17 November 2020, 11:26hrs.

 

Why are you avoiding the question that was twice stated in my email of 16 November 2020, 14:46hrs. I asked you:

How do you know? How do you know that [the document that was attached to my 26 October email] is a valid court order?

 

If someone were to right now try to pass off on me a YELLOW £20 note as legal tender, that would be a criminal matter and I would go to the Police. I wouldn’t ‘seek legal representation’, (or ‘Royal Mint representation’, as the case may be), I would go to the Police, the Police! (and if the Police refuse to listen, I’d get my local MP — MP for □□□□ — to write the Police a strongly worded letter over their breach of duty. The Royal Mint don’t just change the colour of bank notes on a whim, they consult, they give notice, and they PUBLISH, ahead of time, what the changes will be. Procedural impropriety results in a nullity).

 

[IMPN] needs to write the letter (as per my 26th October submissions), and [IMPN] knows it. If [IMPN] doesn’t want the job, [they] must tender [their] resignation (and leave the job to someone else, but the job needs to be done), as all respectable people do. It’s that simple.

 

Please do the honours.

 

 

Yours Sincerely

Constituent

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From: Constituent To: Local MP

Sent: 24 November 2020 04:57

 

Subject: Re: PN1984: The Criminal Matter (Case Ref: PN1984)

 

Dear Sir*

 

 

Reference is made to my PN1984 emails of 16 November 2020, 14:46hrs & 17 November 2020, 18:52hrs.

 

My answers please.

 

 

Yours Sincerely

Constituent

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On Tuesday, 24 November 2020, Local MP <□□□□.MP@parliament.uk> wrote:

Dear [Constituent name],

 

Thank you for your email.

 

I am afraid [IMPN] is unable to assist you in this matter, and I advise that you seek legal representation if you believe that the court order is fraudulent, or that you go to the police if you believe that this is a criminal matter.

 

Kind regards,

□□□□ (Senior Parliamentary Assistant to Local Area MP)

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Re: PN1984: The Criminal Matter (Case Ref: PN1984)

From: Constituent To: Local MP

Date: 24 November 2020, 18:10

 

Dear Sir*

 

I hereby acknowledge receiving your email of 24 November 2020, 13:12hrs.

 

What do you mean ‘or that you go to the police if you believe that this is a criminal matter’? My letter of 26th October very clearly stated that this is a criminal matter. There are no ifs about it.

 

In your email of 6 November 2020, 10:08hrs, you stated ‘If you feel that the issue you are dealing with is a criminal matter, we would ask that you approach the police yourself in the first instance.’ I did approach the Police myself

 

Evidence of that interaction is available under the email 16 November 2020, 14:46hrs that sent to  <□□□□.mp@parliament.uk> and I am almost certain that we had covered that ground before… yes, see Q7 in my email of 6 November, 12:04hrs.  I have been to the Police, the Police are (apparently) refusing to do what is their duty to do, in response to my request; hencewhy I contacted my local MP (MP for □□□□) asking him to please write a letter to the Police on my behalf.

 

I am well-aware, (as are you), that working with the Police is part of the MP’s duties, and my email of 6 November 2020, 12:04hrs spoke on that issue at length.

 

The Police are required to record all reports of criminal activity that are brought to them. Not only are they required to record all allegations, they also need to investigate them all. (‘all’ means everybody, myself included. I brought to □□□□ Police allegations of fraud & forgery, they are refusing to take my report). The Police are discriminating against me, hencewhy I have approached my MP. Is the MP positioned to be able to assist? Yes, that’s his job! 

 

Please write the Police a letter as per my 26th October request, and please explain to me the basis of the ‘Yes, the attached is a valid court order’ statement that was contained in your email of 12 November 2020, 13:12hrs. (I first put this question to you in email of 12 November 2020, 14:20hrs, and you keep avoiding it. The question again is: How do you know that that 29th May Order is valid? And there was a Q1 in my email of 11 November 2020, 17:00hrs. I was asking if [IMPN] is in receipt of an Order that says I, [Constituent Name], am not entitled to access justice in the event that I find myself the victim of crime? I will today add a third question to the two I posed in my email of 11 November 2020, 17:00hrs Q3: Do you have conflict-of-interest issues, [IMPN]? I am trying to make sense of why you are finding it so hard to write a letter to the Police?) My answers please.

 

[IMPN], the office that you occupy is a position of service. You are required to serve all constituents indiscriminately.

 

MP for □□□□, please write a letter to the Police requesting that they please investigate the fraud & forgery allegations that I brought to your attention in email of 26 October 2020, 13:49hrs. ‘Fraud’ is a crime, ‘Forgery’ is a crime. Crime-Criminal Courts (via the Police), please write the letter Dear Sir*.

 

Yours Sincerely

Constituent

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PN1984: Outstanding response to 26th October letter

From: Constituent To: Local MP

Date: 2 December 2020, 10:25

 

Dear Sir*

 

Reference is made to my PN1984 email of 26 October 2020, 13:49hrs. Will [IMPN] please write me a signed letter of response on [their] nice MP paper that has a letterhead?

(MP for □□□□ to respond to my letter of 26.10.2020, further copy of which is attached. I allege that the ‘injunction’ that [Local Authority] Council served on me in email of 21 August 2020, 10:13hrs is a forgery for several reasons, the most obvious of which is because the paper shade surrounding the ‘High Court stamp’ differs from the rest of the document, and also because the shade of red on the ‘date digits’ of the ‘High Court stamp’ is different from the shade of red on the rest of the stamp. The High Court have confirmed that NE19C00733 is not one of their cases. Given the facts of this case, it is imperative that a criminal investigation be conducted).

 

 

Yours Sincerely

Constituent

 

  • I have not forgotten that your response to my email of 24 November 2020, 18:10hrs is still outstanding.
  • If your ‘Yes that is a valid Court Order’ is baseless, a letter to the Police —as requested in my 26.10.2020 email —is most certainly in order. The matter needs to be investigated.

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From: Local MP To: Constituent

Date: 7 December 2020, 22:19

 

Re: PN1984: Outstanding response to 26th October letter (Case Ref: PN1984)

 

Dear [Constituent],

 

As mentioned, this is legal matter and □□□□ as a Member of Parliament is not in a position to give guidance. As previously mentioned, you should seek legal advice if you believe the court order to be fraudulent or speak to the Police and discuss this with them directly.  

 

Regards,

□□□□

□□□□  □□□□ – Head of Constituency Office for Local MP

[For IMPN]

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From: Constituent To: Local MP

Date: 8 December 2020, 01:00

Subject: Re: PN1984: The Criminal Matter (Case Ref: PN1984)

 

Dear Sir*

 

 

I hereby acknowledge receipt of your email of 7 December 2020, 22:19hrs

 

My 26 October letter was addressed to [IMPN]. In my email of 2 December 2020, 10:25hrs, I asked that [IMPN] please write me a letter back (responding to my letter of 26 October).

 

 

Yours Sincerely

[Constituent]

 

Regarding the ongoing conversation:

  • I asked some direct questions in my email of 24 November 2020, 18:10hrs you need to engage with the questions.

 

  • If your ‘Yes that is a valid Court Order’ is baseless, a letter to the Police — as requested in my 26.10.2020 email — is most certainly in order. The matter needs to be investigated.

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From: Constituent To: Local MP

Date: 17 December 2020, 06:09

Subject: Re: PN1984: The Criminal Matter (Case Ref: PN1984)

 

Dear Sir*

 

 

Reference is made to the  PN1984 email of 8 December 2020, 01:00hrs that I sent to <□□□□□□□□.mp@parliament.uk>

 

The requested letter please — letter responding to my letter of 26 October.

 

 

 

The questions from the ongoing conversation remain unanswered:

  • Is [IMPN]is in receipt of an Order that says I am not entitled to access justice in the event that I find myself the victim of crime? (if [IMPN]is in receipt of an Order that says I am not entitled to access justice in the event that I find myself the victim of crime, I’m going to need to see copy of that Order)
  • How do you know that that 29th May ‘injunction‘ (further copy attached) is a valid Court Order? If your ‘Yes that is a valid Court Order’ is baseless, a letter to the Police — as requested in my 26.10.2020 email — is most certainly in order. The matter needs to be investigated!

 

Letter to myself, or letter to the Police, the choice is yours. [IMPN] is long overdue writing a letter concerning this matter.

 

 

Yours Sincerely

[Constituent]

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From: Local MP <□□□□□□□□.mp@parliament.uk>

To: [Constituent]

Date: 23 December 2020, 15:42

Re: PN1984: Outstanding response to 26th October letter (Case Ref: PN1984)

 

[Constituent],

Further to the previous correspondence on this matter and the reasons referred to by myself and my colleague [Senior Parliamentary Assistant], [IMPN] and the team are not in a position to provide further guidance on this matter.

Kind regards,

□□□□□□□□ (Head of Constituency Office for Local MP)

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Re: PN1984: Outstanding response to 26th October letter (Case Ref: PN1984)

From: [Constituent] To: Local MP

Date: 23 December 2020, 17:11

 

 

Dear [IMPN]

 

 

I hereby acknowledge receipt of your email of 23 December 2020, 15:42hrs.

 

[IMPN]: Do you know that you incur liability when you say/intimate that I asked you for guidance when I did no such thing?

 

My PN1984 request of 26th October very clearly stated that I was asking the MP to write a letter. I attach to this email further copy of my 26.10.2020 letter for your consideration.

 

(The total lack of comprehension that you are exhibiting in the handling of this matter is possibly enough to qualify you to be classified as a ‘vulnerable adult’? A contract is valid only if a meeting-of-minds is demonstrable. If you are incapable of understanding the difference between being asked for advice and being asked to write a letter, you lack the mental capacity to contract with ANYONE. Do you understand what I just said?)

 

I will end by quoting from the email of 17 December 2020, 06:09hrs that I sent you:

‘Letter to myself, or letter to the Police, the choice is yours. [IMPN] is long overdue writing a letter concerning this matter.’

(My email of 2 December 10:25hrs was crystal clear, crystal.)

 

Letter please Sir, before the year is out.

 

 

Yours Sincerely

[Constituent]

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[as of 2020 year-end, the Constituent was yet to receive a signed letter from the MP regarding this matter.]

EVALUATION TIME

Please evaluate the MP’s behaviour against the Code of Conduct available here,

against the Seven Principles of Public Life,

and against the Humanity Test.

Is it demonstrable that the essence of being human is present in IMPN?

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