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Bonkers Blog March 2018

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26 March (Part 1) - Police record

13th July 2014
A client of AMAX Estates alleged theft by the company’s owner, Bexley Councillor Maxine Fothergill, to Gravesham PC 12360 and given crime reference SI/XY/006207/14. Nothing more was heard.
28th May 2015
The same client repeated the allegation in a letter sent by Recorded Delivery to the Chief Constable of Kent. There was no response to that letter or a follow up phone call.
27th January 2016
Michael Barnbrook wrote to the Chief Constable of Kent referring to those allegations and sought a response. On 12th February 2016, the Staff Officer to the CC replied and informed Michael that “a full review” was underway and he would be informed of the outcome. There has been no further response.
January 2018
More than one allegation of theft was made to an Inspector at Swanley Police station. He replied to say that he was not prepared to accept it and the correct channel was 101.
31st January 2018
Michael Barnbrook reported Councillor Maxine Fothergill to the Chief Constable of Kent for activities contrary to the Perjury Act of 1911. The CC’s Staff Officer replied on 15th February 2018 to confirm that the report was accepted and had been referred to the Investigation Management Unit. He has heard nothing more.
26th March 2018
Malcolm Knight wrote to the Chief Constable of Kent by Recorded Delivery alleging an Attempt to Pervert the Course of Justice by Councillor Maxine Fothergill.

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