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I’ve been blogging since 2012 and across my three top blog platforms, I’ve attracted over 3 million views, having posted about 2,000 blogs. A top writer in the alternative media, I’m making my own contribution in bringing the sick and evil regime which controls our lives, to it’s knees.
Sussex Police in conjunction with Katy Bourne, their Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) have banned my blog on grounds of harassment.
It all started when I called Katy Bourne a liar. Which is my God given right to do so, considering on the day before the 2016 PCC election she wrote on a sponsored Facebook post; that she’s never “claimed for expenses during her term in office.”
I know its a blatant lie because her office publicly published her expense claims which shows that she had indeed claimed expenses while during her term in office.
Katy Bourne is paid £85,000 a year to hold the Chief Constable to account, to set the police priorities and to administer a £250 million budget. Can she be trusted with this immense responsibility while she lies about £385 worth of expenses?
According to the official definition of harassment, anyone can call another person a liar if;
Its the truth, so much so that the Independent Police Complaint’s Commission (IPCC) have launched a criminal investigation into Katy Bourne, which is on-going and is expected to report it’s findings soon.
Its in my honest opinion because when I first discovered Katy Bourne had claimed expenses, (after promising the public she wouldn’t), I wrote her an email highlighting this error, to which she acknowledged her “error” and refunded a £322 train fare to Birmingham.
I’m exposing a crime, because as the IPCC investigation acknowledges; to make a false statement to influence a PCC election is a criminal breach of s106 of the Representation of the Peoples Act 1983.
As I’ve made clear on many occasions. I have not harassed anyone. I have simply delivered an extra layer of public scrutiny, which Katy Bourne welcomed when she pledged her Oath of Office.
Since taking on the mantle of Shadow Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner (SSPCC) following the election of Katy Bourne in 2012, many people have approached me with their stories of police corruption; which have all been chronicled and reported on the SSPCC blog platform.
The fact that my blog has been banned, means that these stories have been banned too.
My SSPCC blog was originally banned in July 2016; but I successfully argued for it to be reinstated due to the IPCC investigation, which vindicated my claims Bourne lied to the public.
On the 12 July 2016 you removed my blog, www.shadowsussexpolicecrimecommissioner.blogspot.co.uk from the internet, citing HARASSMENT as the reason for .
Now rather than approach me personally, Bourne, the Police and Mark Streater (her number one) prefer to complain about me behind my back, and use more devious means to silence me.
You wouldn’t be surprised to learn that the 24 cases of misconduct Streater investigated in relation to Sussex Police; he found all 24 cases to be ‘unsubstantiated,’ requiring no further action.
A complaint that the electorate was misled over the Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner’s expenses is being investigated by the police watchdog.
Since getting my blog back up and running, I thought I’d won and that it’ll be the end of it…
Hence I posted a further three blogs calling into question the involvement of Sussex Police in the 2015 Shoreham air-show crash and the 2016 Camber Sands tragedy.
Cover up : Noun 1. an attempt to prevent people discovering the truth about a serious mistake or crime. There can be no denying …
Do you remember the fuss about two Sussex Police officers taking a selfie at the scene of the Shoreham air-show crash and sending it to a colleague with the hash-tag – Human Barbeque? Read mo…
Camber Sands has been visited by sun seekers for a hundred years and then all of a sudden, six fit and healthy young men die with-in a few weeks of each other.
I can only assume Streater contacted the Google Blogger’s Team and used the ‘Harassment’ card for a second time.
I fervently deny harassing anyone; just as I fervently deny being a paedophile.
Read more: Matt Taylor fervently denies being a paedophile.
Sussex Police have banned a blog on grounds of harassment against Katy Bourne, the Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner (SPCC)
Exposing Corporate Frauds and Bringing Down the Chain Of Command Within the Lies Corruption Money Laundering and much more.
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Cover up : Noun
1. an attempt to prevent people discovering the truth about a serious mistake or crime.
There can be no denying there is a cover-up in place to hide the truth about the Shoreham air-show crash.
Its not a conspiracy theory, it’s happened.
High Court ruling: Police refused access to pilot statements over Shoreham Airshow crash.
An attempt to prevent Sussex Police discovering the truth about a serious mistake or crime on the 22 August 2015, at the Shoreham air-show, has been made after The High Court refused Sussex Police access to records held by the Air Accident Investigations Branch (AAIB), about what happened on that fateful day.
Specifically; Sussex Police are being prevented to know exactly what the pilot, Andrew Hill said in the moments after the crash, and what the data from the flight recorder revealed. The Chief Constable of Sussex Police, Giles York has been granted a copy of the cockpit footage, which former AAIB investigator Phil Giles says will provide the police with enough information to conclude their investigation.
With the public left scratching their heads as to why the AAIB are keeping crucial evidence secret, Sussex Police appear to totally understand. Detective Chief Inspector Paul Rymarz said, “We accept the reasons why our request has not been granted in full.”
But the public are none the wiser
A spokesman for AAIB said, “The AAIB is not able to release protected air accident investigation records of its own accord. Only the High Court can allow for their release. We note today’s judgment and will now release the film footage to the Chief Constable of Sussex Police.”
As the comments from the public point out:
While some members of the public are left guessing as to why Andrew Hill’s comments immediately after the crash are not being used in evidence:
The general consensus from the public:
Even Andy McDonald, the Shadow Secretary for Transport, said:
Andrew Hill – The Miracle Man
Mystery has surrounded the Shoreham air-show crash from the very out-set. Just how Andrew Hill miraculously survived the immense fire-ball without a cut or a graze is a miracle.
At the time the AAIB report said the aircraft broke into four main pieces which came to rest close together approximately 243m from the initial ground contact, in a shallow overgrown depression to the south of the A27.
The report goes on to say that investigators are not sure whether Mr Hill attempted to eject from the craft or was forcibly removed due to the significant impact. Investigators wrote: ‘During the initial part of the impact sequence the jettisonable aircraft canopy was released, landing in a tree close to the main aircraft wreckage. During the latter part of the impact sequence, both the pilot and his seat were thrown clear from the cockpit.’
Andrew Hill has been at the centre of the police investigation into the Shoreham Air-show disaster which claimed the lives of 11 men one year ago.
He spent weeks in an induced coma but miraculously survived and has since made a full recovery.
He was first spotted on his feet again last October when he was pictured walking in jeans and denim shirt, carrying a water bottle.
Police interviewed him under caution last December. He was not arrested. Then five months after the August 22 tragedy, images emerged of him driving a £40,000 Porsche Boxster.
Having already uncovered a cover-up involving Sussex Police, it comes as no surprise that they find themselves embroiled in another.
The country’s leading conspiracy researcher Chris Spivey has been vocal in his belief that the Shoreham air-show crash was a false flag event in the same league as the 7/7 London bombing, the Woolwich murder and the Paris attacks.
He said in his article “The Shoreham Plane Crash Part 1” dated 09 September 2015
“The Shoreham plane crash is without doubt the most easily pulled apart government hoax that I have investigated to date.
Indeed, it would seem that the more ambitious the hoaxes get, the more the script writers have to try and shore the old fanny up with the usual tell tale signs that point to a fraud having been committed – which is a bit of a Catch 22 situation for them really.
Mind you, it is no exaggeration to say that the Shoreham Flight Shite needed a lot of shoring up and as such every single indicator of a government hoax had to be brought into play… Or at least it did in their minds.
But all the same, having said that I also have to say that the hoax was a mighty ambitious project by anyones standards – especially going on their past Am-Dram efforts – and indeed, it must doubtlessly have taken an awful lot of planning as well as having been a logistical nightmare to set up.”
In light of Chris Spivey’s allegations that not everything is what it seems, I asked Sussex Police to comment on his allegations and this is how they responded:
I write in connection with your request for information relating to Shoreham Air Show.
I can confirm your request has now been considered and I am not obliged to supply the information you have requested.
Section 17 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 requires Sussex Police, when refusing to provide such information (because the information is exempt) to provide you the applicant with a notice which:
(a) states that fact,
(b) specifies the exemption in question; and
(c) states (if that would not otherwise be apparent) why the exemption applies.
The exemptions applicable to the information refused are;
Section 30 – Investigations and proceedings conducted by the Public authority.
Section 30 is a class based qualified exemption and there is a requirement to consider the public interest to ensure neither confirming or denying information is held is appropriate.
Overall Harm in Confirming or Denying that Information is held
Modern-day policing is intelligence led which is particularly pertinent with regard to any current investigation. The National Intelligence Model is adhered to by all police forces across England and Wales. It is a business process with an intention to provide focus to operational policing and to achieve a disproportionately greater impact from the resources applied to any problem. It is dependant on a clear framework of analysis of information and intelligence allowing a problem solving approach to law enforcement crime prevention techniques. To confirm whether or not Sussex Police has carried out a specific investigation would undermine the ongoing operation..
The prevention and detection of crime is the foundation upon which policing is built. The Police Service has a clear responsibility to prevent crime and arrest those responsible for committing crime or those than plan to commit crime. By confirming whether or not a specific line of enquiry has been used could directly influence the stages of that process, jeopardise current investigations, HM Coroner’s investigation, prejudice future law enforcement, the judicial process and any subsequent civil proceedings.
In order to fully investigate incidents it is vital that the police have the ability to work together, where necessary covertly, to obtain intelligence within current legislative frameworks to assist in the investigative process to ensure the successful arrest and prosecution of offenders who have committed offences.
Factors favouring complying with Section 1(1)(a) confirming that information is held
Confirming or denying that information exists relevant to this request would lead to a better informed public improving their knowledge and understanding of the investigatory process and may encourage individuals to provide intelligence in order to assist with investigations and reduce crime which could assist with the apprehension and prosecution of offenders, as all police investigations are publicly funded, confirmation that information is held would provide transparency with regard to the allocation of force budgets.
This in turn would highlight where police resources are being targeted and the public are entitled to know how public funds are spent, particularly in the current economic climate.
Factors against complying with Section 1(1)(a) confirming or denying that any other information is held
Confirmation that information is held would prejudice how investigations are carried out in the future by revealing details of investigative activity. This would hinder the prevention and detection of crime and affect Sussex Police law enforcement capabilities. Confirmation would also undermine the partnership approach to investigations. To disclose where these investigations are being undertaken to the world would seriously undermine the prevention or detection of crime and the force’s future law enforcement capabilities.
The points above highlight the merits of confirming or denying whether information pertinent to this request exists. The Police Service is charged with enforcing the law, preventing and detecting crime and protecting the communities we serve. As part of that policing purpose, various tactical tools may be used to gather information relating to high profile investigative activity.
Weakening the mechanisms used to monitor any investigative activity and specifically current and ongoing investigations could weaken that process.
In addition any disclosure by Sussex Police that places an investigation at risk, no matter how generic, would undermine any trust or confidence individuals have in us. Therefore, at this moment in time, it is our opinion that for these issues the balance test favours neither confirming nor denying that information exists.
No inference can be drawn from this refusal that information is or isn’t held.
Or in other words; its none of your business and we wouldn’t tell you anyway!
“The Shoreham plane crash is without doubt the most easily pulled apart government hoax that I have investigated to date.”
While Chris Spivey contends that the people who died that day were MI5 constructs and that the whole event was a staged event for reasons not yet fully understood; others like leading ufologist Richard Lennie and astrophotographer John Walson, pointed the blame to a UFO collision.
Sussex Police were quick to reply to the UFO crash theory by saying how “very grateful” they were for the information, but not so forthcoming when accused of being involved in a cover-up. (of which it appears they are becoming quite adapt in doing so.)
Make no mistakes, a cover-up is in full swing and everyone knows it.
Even local MP’s are calling for changes to the law after hearing that Sussex police were refused access to potentially crucial information about the cause of the Shoreham Airshow crash.
Brighton Pavilion MP and joint Leader of the Green Party Caroline Lucas said: “This judgment appears to hinder a crucial police investigation into this tragic incident, and it could set a worrying precedent. We need an open justice system that best learns from the past and prevents tragedies like this occurring.”
While Portslade and Hove Labour MP, Peter Kyle said “We are testing the boundaries of this law but that shouldn’t prohibit giving the families of victims the justice they need. If they can’t sort this out then maybe the law needs to be re-examined.”
Unrelenting in his goal of covering up what actually happened that day, Justice Singh said allowing police access to the statements made by Andy Hill would cause a “serious and obvious chilling effect which would tend to deter people from answering questions by the AAIB with the candour which is necessary. This would seriously hamper future accident investigations and protection of public safety by the learning of lessons which may help prevent similar accidents.”
He also denied access to details of experiments and tests because the reports were likely to be made public in the AAIB’s final findings and because there was “no reason why the police could not themselves investigate”.
James Healy-Pratt, the head of aviation at Stewarts Law lawyer who is representing six victims’ families, welcomed the judgment as a “significant development” which he hoped would speed up the investigation.
He added: “There are no real surprises here and this is the expected result.”
Detective Chief Inspector Paul Rymarz from Sussex Police said the ruling would allow his team to progress the investigation, adding: “We understand legally this case is without precedent in England and Wales and we accept the reasons why our request has not been granted in full.”
“As we have said before, this is an extraordinarily complex investigation, but we remain committed to finding answers for the families and friends of those who died.”
The very fact the AAIB have with-held information which Sussex Police went to the High Court to release, tells us the power struggle which is going on behind the scenes. As the Queen herself once alluded to; there are dark forces at work in this country of which the public have little or no knowledge about.
In much the same way that six healthy fit young men do not drown in rip-tides off Camber Sands, so too, doesn’t a pilot survive unscathed from an infernal fire ball which disintegrates his plane and kills 11 men on the ground.
The AAIB know the truth but they aren’t telling us.
Be it a UFO collision or a false flag event; there is a cover-up in full swing regarding the Shoreham air-show crash and that’s a fact!
A special report by Matt Taylor.
Five die at Camber Sands on hottest day of the year!
Isn’t it incredible that five fit and health young men, could all die along the same stretch of beach at Camber Sands?
Camber Sands has been visited by sun seekers for a hundred years and then all of a sudden, six fit and healthy young men die with-in a few weeks of each other.
Five friends from London and a 19 year old Brazilian man…
Sussex Police and its Police and Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne, were quick to blame the deaths on dangerous rip-tides and lethal quick sands, but then again, dangerous rip-tides and lethal quick sands have never claimed a life before, along the miles of soft golden sandy Camber beaches visited by hundreds of thousands people every year.
Something fishy is going on and I don’t believe the official story one bit.
But I just can’t work it out?
There are many absolute truths in life. Truths like:
Its also an absolute truth that fit young men DO NOT die at Camber Sands because of strong rip tides and dangerous quick sand.
Its an insult to my intelligence that the likes of Sussex Police and Katy Bourne are telling us otherwise.
But for the first time ever I’m flummoxed! – Someone has got to be lying, somewhere along the supply chain.
Hundreds of mourners attended the funeral of the five young friends who died during a day trip to Camber Sands; Are they lying?
A Hindu funeral for Kenugen Saththiyanathan, 18, the youngest of the group and his 22-year-old brother Kobikanthan, of Erith, and friends Nitharsan Ravi, 22, Inthushan Sriskantharasa, 23, and Gurushanth Srithavarajah, 27, began at dawn on Sunday 4th September 2016.
The very fact that so many mourners, friends and family turned up for the funeral, blows away my contention that the lads were refugees fleeing to the British shores.
But still, I cannot see how six fit young men could die in the safe and death-free sea off Camber Sands…
The 19-year-old Brazilian man, Gustavo Silva Da Cruz who died the week before the five lads from South London, was the only fatality of a group of three men who got into difficultly that day. The lucky two men who survived had no links with the Brazilian man.
We know Sussex Police have been known to cover-up false flag events before because of a FOI request in connection to the Shoreham Airshow crash, (which anniversary was about the same as the Camber Sand tragedy a year on.)
Nationally renowned conspiracy researcher Chris Spivey caused up-roar when he said, “The Shoreham plane crash is without doubt the most easily pulled apart government hoax that I have investigated to date.”
Sussex Police were asked whether they would comment and answer whether they had investigated Chris Spivey’s claim, only for them to reply:
“I (Sussex Police) can confirm your request has now been considered and I (Sussex Police) am not obliged to supply the information you have requested.”
Why on Earth would Sussex Police not want to quash claims that the Shoreham Airshow crash was a false-flag event?
Sussex Police continue, “Confirmation that information is held would prejudice how investigations are carried out in the future by revealing details of investigative activity.”
When ufo researchers Richard Lennie and John Walson notified Sussex Police that a ufo caused the Shoreham airshow crash, Sussex Police were said to be “very grateful” for the information.
But it would appear they aren’t so forth-coming in discussing anything to do with allegations of covering up a false flag event, of which Chris Spivey is so renowned for uncovering.
For a moment I toyed with the crazy idea that the five Tamil loving loyalists from South East London, travelled down to Camber Sand’s to commit a terrorist atrocity.
Just imagine the carnage and publicity? On the hottest day of the year, with thousands of jam packed sun-seekers on the beaches, five bombs explode killing hundreds and injuring many more… In today’s political/terrorist climate it could so easily happen.
My first thought was that the bombing mission had gone terribly wrong and that the five friends had either committed suicide together in a suicide pack, or died in the process of planting the bombs, which evidently never exploded.
It just goes to prove what an over-active mind I’ve got….
I now think the more likely answer is that the six men were refugees, coming to England for a better life, just as we’ve watched thousands fleeing to the Mediterranean from war torn Syria over the Summer.
After-all the Daily Express ran an article on the 30th May 2016 with the headline:
BRITAIN is at risk of having a massive migrant crisis like the Mediterranean, experts have warned after a boat of migrants was rescued from the English Channel.
Already this summer the UK’s Border Force rescued 19 people in the English Channel. A group of 18 Albanian migrants were among 20 people rescued from the English Channel just yards from Kent after their inflatable boat started sinking. The group, which included two children and a woman, was within striking distance of British shores when a call for help was made to the UK Coastguard.
Along the same stretch of coast between Dungeness, Dymchurch and Littlestone, rigid inflatable boats (RIB) have been found laden with refugees.
Considering no-one has died from quick-sand or rip-tides off Camber Sand’s in recent history, the more likely reason for six fit and healthy young men to be washed up to shore, is that they drowned out at sea, having fallen off a RIB’s coming into shore.
Let’s not forget that the English Channel is just 20.6 miles at its shortest distance between France and the Kent coast. The kind of migrant boat tragedies seen in the Mediterranean Sea could happen in the Channel, and may well have already happened but is being covered up by a government used to covering up bad news.
The last thing PM Theresa May wants splashed across the newspaper headlines, is that desperate refugees are being washed up dead on our British shores.
With security at the Channel Tunnel and on board ferries and lorries beefed up, its only logical that the people smugglers are resorting to RIB’s to ferry their cargo into Britain.
The President of the French coastguard, Bernard Barron, said: “It’s starting to become a very similar situation to that seen in the Mediterranean and my biggest fear is that the same kind of tragedies we see in Greece or Italy will start to repeat in the Channel.”
It would appear that the Camber Sand’s tragedy is the first sign of the above warning coming true.
Perhaps Mak knows something about it. (An extract from a POF conversation)
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Dear Google Blogger Team,
On the 12 July 2016 you removed my blog, www.shadowsussexpolicecrimecommissioner.blogspot.co.uk from the internet, citing HARASSMENT as the reason for doing so.
I am unable to contact you directly concerning this matter because I can’t find an email in which I can contact you. I have decided to make this appeal public because I know representatives from Google regularly monitor my blogs and trust that this appeal reaches the appropriate person(s) and department.
My blog has been active since 2012, in which I’ve written hundreds of articles about Sussex Police and the Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne, of which the blog was created to hold to account, adding an extra layer of public scrutiny and accountability. I am immensely proud of the work and effort I’ve put into this blog since 2012, I believe I am doing a worth while job which is in the public interest.
Once I discovered you had removed my blog I appealed your decision and on the 22 July received the reply as below:
But within moments, another message was delivered contrary to the above:
At no point has anyone in Google’s Blogger Team informed me of who or whom I have alleged to have HARASSED…
I can only assume that Mark Streater from the Office of Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner (OSPCC) was the person who made the complaint and that the allegation of HARSSMENT was against the Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner (SPCC) Katy Bourne.
I assume this because following a Freedom of Information request to the OSPCC about certain Youtube videos being removed from public view, it was revealed that Mark Streater was the person who made the complaint.
Through the lack of information from The Google Blogger Team, I am left to assume the allegation of HARASSMENT was made based on the many articles in which I call Katy Bourne a liar.
Calling Katy Bourne a liar is not HARASSMENT; its the truth and in the public interest to do so.
Katy Bourne has provably been caught out lying during the 2016 PCC elections about her expenses claims, and this has been vindicated and confirmed by both Sussex Police and the Crime Panel, by referring my complaint against her to the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) for further investigation.
The following article, (which I would have published on BlogSpot, but am now forced to publish on your rival’s blog place,) confirms what I’ve written above.
News-Flash Katy Bourne SPCC in serious trouble with the IPCC
Calling Katy Bourne a liar is not HARASSMENT, as confirmed by Sussex Police and the Sussex Crime Panel (set up to hold Katy Bourne to account).
By law the exceptions of HARASSMENT are three-fold:
1; Honest opinion.
2; The truth.
3, A matter of public interest.
I have proved to the satisfaction of Sussex Police and the Sussex Crime Panel that I am exempt from any defamation and harassment laws, because I meet all three exceptions of the defamation and harassment Laws.
Whoever complained to you citing HARASSMENT did so to cover-up the FACT that Katy Bourne lied during the PCC elections about her expenses. In theory Google could be prosecuted for covering up a crime.
You have made a serious error in removing my blog and I appeal you to reinstate the blog, as you originally agreed to do on the 22 July 2016.
You can contact me over this matter by emailing me directly at email@example.com.
I look forward to a response by The Blogger Team…