Sent: Friday, 11 April 2014, 1:36
Subject: Cheif inspector Reakes- Williams
Dear Mr Jeremy Reakes-Williams,
I think that Mr Fabbs enthusiasm to provide yourself, (a police officer) with a general picture of the overall concerns we all have in this particular matter may be confusing you somewhat.
Talk of "complaints" and the legal profession are clearly redundant when dealing with actual prima-facie crimes committed by individuals who may also "happen" to be legal professionals (or be falsely purporting to be so as is the case of the convicted thief and benefit fraudster Michael Kidwell Horne of Kidwells solicitors Hereford)
The issue that we require you to focus your attention on is very straightforward. Myself and my family along with 4 of my grandchildren were removed from our family home of 30 years along with 20 tenants and put onto the street as displaced persons without any notice. This was done by a private company who call themselves High Court Enforcement Officers and all this was overseen and assisted by numerous (30-50) officers of west mercia constabulary (i was physically assaulted and carried from the premises).
These actions were entirely based on a claimed "court document" which i asked for and was presented with (enclosed) .
As a Private Criminal Prosecutor and student in legal forensics it was clearly obvious that this was not a legitimate statutory instrument but just a badly copied fax of a form 66 writ of possession (which was not the correct form for such procedure even if it had been legitimate) Court seal, signature. High court No, dates, are all absent, the document is fraudulent.
These issues were pointed out to all the police officers present and in particular to the officer in charge, Inspector Crumpton, upon being questioned about this document was witnessed as stating he considered this document as being legitimate and he is therefore now under full personal commercial liability in this matter.
I find it quite extraordinary that these police officers were unable (or unwilling) to identify such an obviously fraudulent document as being an actual statutory instrument and then stand back watching, indeed assisting, the removal of families along with children being unlawfully thrown into the street by agents of a private corporation.
I am now therefore serving all parties who have engaged in this action, (which was based entirely on the merits of this document) the opportunity to now contact their legal teams and to certify and attest the validity of its authenticity, and by doing so confirming the legality of their actions. Failure by the West-Mercia police to stand under or recognize the validity of this document will be taken as their acceptance it is fraudulent. (Implied admission absent a response)."For the avoidance of doubt: Failure to address these concerns reasonably and in a timely manner will be considered to be negligence on your part, as well as on the part of Inspector Crumpton. Negligence is a Common Law crime, for which you can be prosecuted - together with other crimes, such as Misconduct in Public Office - by means of a Private Criminal Prosecution."
As of today's date April 11th 2014 Hereford County Court has still failed to respond concerning the origin and validity of this document.
If neither HMCTS nor West-Mercia police are able to validate its authenticity then we will request their compliance in assisting us in investigating these matters.
As of April 7th 2014 notice was served on Hereford magistrates court for an appointment to lay a private criminal prosecution against both Barclays bank (Fraud act 2006 sec 10) and its manager Rob Mills (multiple counts) on case connected issues.
In my capacity working as a Private Criminal Prosecutor i currently have charges of burglary successfully laid against British Gas revenue officers (bailiffs) for burglary. Similarly a legally unsupported "warrant of entry" was presented which is also patently fraudulent and forms part of the prosecution evidence against the 2 defendants and will provide further charges under section 135 County Courts Act 1984,