Monday 16 April 2018

Law Report

Today, I am reporting Jeremy Hunt to the Police for his breach of the Companies Act. I am doing so in my capacity as the Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for North West Durham. In that same capacity, I still intend to pursue the matter of the larceny of the Royal Mail, and I still intend to return to the matters of sexual assault and the supply of Class A drugs by Toby Young should there ever be any attempt to secure another public position for him. Young is of course free to take me on over those matters as himself a candidate for this seat. But all of these cases would obviously be far more vigorously pursued by and on behalf of a Member of Parliament. You know what you have to do, brothers and sisters. You know what you have to do.

Today, I can confirm that a Chambers and Partners Band 1 legal practice, which to my utter astonishment had already heard of me, is now on standby to pursue an action to bring about a Coroner's Inquest into the death of Dr David Kelly, an action before the International Criminal Court against those who had brought slavery back to Libya, and an action before the High Court of Justiciary of Scotland inviting it to exercise its declaratory power against Tony Blair and his accomplices in the aggression against Iraq in 2003. We are of course also keeping a very close eye on the situation in Syria. All of these actions are to begin immediately upon my election to the House of Commons. You know what you have to do, brothers and sisters. You know what you have to do.

And today, my case as a legally persecuted political dissident has been referred to Amnesty International. I do not even have a trial date now, even though it is rightly a criminal offence in itself not to turn up to one's trial. The legal persecution of me, which has been going on for over a year, was initiated only in order to deter me from seeking public office or to prevent my election to it, and its continuation is only to one or both of those ends. As of today, Amnesty International is on the case.

The Crown should have 12 weeks from charge in which to present its case, or be told that it had no case, so that the accused should never have been charged. And the decision as to whether or not to charge should be made the Police, who have always been on record that they would not have charged me. Any high street firm of solicitors would have a partner whose specialisms included prosecution, and such work would be built into the firm's ordinary caseload. The Crown Prosecution Service would be abolished. Or, one might say, disbanded. You know what you have to do, brothers and sisters. You know what you have to do.

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