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8 April - Kent Police. Useless or what?

Kent PoliceTwo weeks ago this blog listed some of the letters sent to Kent Police making criminal allegations against Bexley Councillor Maxine Fothergill. One was acknowledged, none were answered.

On the same day I sent a letter by Recorded Delivery to the Chief Constable of Kent alleging an attempt to Pervert the Course of Justice by Maxine Fothergill. I would have thought that two weeks was sufficient time in which to send out a brief acknowledgement and the requested crime number; but I was wrong.

That being the case a start has been made on Indexing those letters and making them more widely available. The Fothergill Index has been updated and there is now a sub-section for police letters. More will be added as they become available.

A complaint against the Swanley Sergeant who made no attempt whatsoever to verify Councillor Fothergill’s false Statement has also been submitted. It has not yet been acknowledged and before long it will be added to the Index.

If Kent Police wish to create the impression that they are corruptly sheltering Councillor Fothergill they are doing a pretty good job. She has admitted losing “about £100,000” of client’s money and accused four people of its theft. All four were promptly arrested by Kent Police. Unfortunately when the police found no evidence to support the allegations they were not inclined to peer under any other nearby stone. Far from it, in writing they refused to look at any new evidence.

 

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