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    DEALING WITH AUTHORITY

    This is a continuation from the other, from which i have been banned, my son has also been banned there, after a day as a member.
    i am not exoecting anybody to read my posts, but it is important to me to have a chronlogical record that you can provide.
    the vast majority of members will not have experienced the onslaught from the police that i have received since 2014, and all over a £50 charge for access.
    recently my house phone and mobile have been monitored, as has the phones of a person and his girlfriend who occassionally do some work for me.
    from what i have gathered so far they were treated as modern day slaves by a distinguished dairy farmer from holsworthy, we shall see.

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    Right then, last nights episode, there was a knock on the front room doors after 10 roughly, opened the doorand 4 cops trooped in uninvited, son came over and asked them to leave, he was led away to be spoken to somewhere out of sight. meanwhile, they spotted 2 kitchen paring knives, a battery hedggetrimmer and a pair of loppers
    within handy reach of a dangerous criminal that i clearly was, this was further reinforced by the sight of the air rifle i keep there to get the rats feeding under the bird tables. I was sat on my swivel chair by the computer, so clearly a danger to life and limb , the handcuffs were applied behind my back whilst still sitting.
    Obviously in the sumwhat restricted space a lot of jostling for the best position was ineviatable . during this my best reading glasses were trodden on and by foot carried the full weight of a struggling officer. i can now, this morning tell you they no longer favour soled boots.
    all this frezied activity gave me a turn and i slipped from their dainty grasp as i fell to the floor. the sturdy skirting board prevented my head from damaging the plaster.
    they then had a short debate on wether it was safe to remove the hancuff that had been incorrectly applied, and is still trobbing this after noon.
    whilst awaiting the arrival of the ambulance a whispered disscussion took place on how to explain how a disabled, seated 70 year old with 30% lung capicity had ended up hospitalised whilst in their custody, i finally discharged myself at 4 am, we got a taxi home at 6am at a cost of £20 .
    At least on wenesday when i was arrested and breathalised outside carphone warehouse they did not use handcuffs.
    I tell you , we pensioners with the blue badges are a menace to society.
    i was only at carphone warehouse marsh mills to return a faulty phone purchased the day before, seems skew wiff parking is dangerous in an empty car park and must be stamped down on hard

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    Re: DEALING WITH AUTHORITY

    mods chucked me off tother forum again, had the men in white coats visit again, coming again tomorrow,
    all i doing is writing as it plays out, JPI keep turning me off, if i ever meet he............
    tis important to me to keep accurate record of events as they happen we a time stamp.
    i'll stay yer if mods can stick we me

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    spoke we ann gof, man i dealt we fer years an appealed fer help, was turned away, same we paul burrows, boss of RABI, he got real angry we i.
    he were in hurry to wring he hands over a dead carcass, as if twold help, a man the i got put into he's present position, could hardly believe it, i thought better of he, especially after all the work my wife put in supportin the organisation over the last 50 years

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    then there's the attonery general, a man i introduced to my contacts when he first tried to get elected to MP. too posh now to even speak to me, day before yesterday got turned away at door of constuincy office along we another young couple looking fer help

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    by wednesday night twill be over i hope, just hope twaddles pull together enough fer us to celebrate our Golden wedding on 24 April next year.
    she got important scan at 4.00 today an wont let me drive her in, this has really got me stirred up anger aint the word fer it

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe soapy View Post
    spoke we ann gof, man i dealt we fer years an appealed fer help, was turned away, same we paul burrows, boss of RABI, he got real angry we i.
    he were in hurry to wring he hands over a dead carcass, as if twold help, a man the i got put into he's present position, could hardly believe it, i thought better of he, especially after all the work my wife put in supportin the organisation over the last 50 years
    Thatís a little unfair Joe.
    If you look (assuming you can view the other place) you will see I put up a post asking forum members and the mods to cut you some slack. That post has received numerous likes.
    If resolution is hopefully to be achieved on Wednesday just keep your head down and letís hope all will be ok.
    Iíve done what I can ..... hope you get it sorted for your sake and for your family. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by An Gof View Post
    Thatís a little unfair Joe.
    If you look (assuming you can view the other place) you will see I put up a post asking forum members and the mods to cut you some slack. That post has received numerous likes.
    If resolution is hopefully to be achieved on Wednesday just keep your head down and letís hope all will be ok.
    Iíve done what I can ..... hope you get it sorted for your sake and for your family. Good luck.
    well i have just completed the most grueling indepth examination of my mental state, blood test, brain scan, 4 days with 2 mental nurses, 1 day with a brain consultant and nurse.
    the end result was the conclusion that the consultant new zilch about the problem and neither did the nurshes, also i scored in the top 10% on the written an mental arithmetic tests.
    if you want a challange, count down from 100 to zero in steps of 7, also i can speak words beginning with p, except when i had to redirect in deference to the young nurse.
    i have come to the conclusion that i know probably more about the problem i is having to deal with tan any body in the UK

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    now, as the final stages approach, i am just beginning to tot up the costs.
    my neighbours have bet their houses on the final result, many cops have bet their pensions.
    at nearly 70, they dave mad half my expected life a misery, caused severe stress to my wife of almost 50 years,
    have caused a severe rift amonst my imediet family that may by now be irrecoverable

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    Re: DEALING WITH AUTHORITY

    and so it goes on, wednesday, an interview under caution was planned , the given reason was illegal parking of my pickup at a junction. the fact that i had a copy of rule 253 of the highway code was seen as argumentive, also the fact that i owned the land my pickup stood was seen as irrelevant.
    the 3 cars actually parked illegaly were ignored.
    had trouble when i got to the cop shop, they had filled all the disabled bays and the rest of the visitors car park, i put my good foot down and would not moth untill a suitable space was cleared, that seemed to wind them a fair bit, not to worry the got a female cop they use to ferry cars for servicing, think she on £40,000 a year fer 4 daw week
    went in with my solicitor to the pre interview room, he looked grim haveing been shown a page and a half of serious charges the cops want to bring against me.
    i had a very clear idea on how i wanted the interview conducted, he violently dissagreed, so i left him shaking with rage and procedeed towards the interview room,
    on the way i got accosted by what i assumed was a cleaner lady. /big mistake, turned out to be a VIP cop, told me they would not allow me to proceed without a solicitor so i came home
    Monday was a good day though, the boss at Plymouth Land Registry sent me a letter asking if i would like to object to a change in the wording to be made to the registration of a piece of land i own, the changes were requested by my neighbours solicitor.
    the fact that this makes the house totally land locked and un usuable seems to have passed completely over their heads, paying council tax on a house worth north of £400000 is going to be very painfull after the first 6 months.
    now i have just turned away two coppers who had to tell me i could not wander round my garden after dark, if i did so i would be immediatly arrested.

    this getting arrested is getting infectious, son was in Somerset today, 2 chave was sitting in car trowing chicken legg bones out the windows, a cop passed by and boy followed him in to a building where he sccosted him and suggested the cop went back out and did summit. boy was shook when was told he would be arrested fer calling em chavs, and would be only it would make him late fer dinner break
    gonna be a long night.
    yesterday my house was broken in again using the key stolen by cops when 7 of them burst in and arrested me, this culminated in me being hospitalised at 1 am,
    by 6 am i was fed up and got a taxi home, i still being treated for a problem with my foot after 2 weeks.
    Quite proud that a 70 year disabled bloke sat quietly in a swivel chair was considered so dangerous that 3 cops was needed to hold him whilst they got the cuffs on.
    They must have been pretty week though, i only weigh 70 odd K and they let me fall and knock mysely out against the wall.
    i layed stil when i come to so as not to agrevate the hand cuff they put on wrong, the pain was wus than getting kicked be a steer when belly clipping.
    whilst laying there, they stardted whispering, thying to work out what the was going to put in reports that would sound believiable, then one remembered a previous job and a the scheme that worked then, then the conversation turned to how best to stretch out the overtime, remember all this had to be carried out in whispers else the controll room would hear em.

    think i finally worked out me problem, the human brain is just a computer, they come in all sorts of configurations, some have massive processing power, some have massive hard drives. the main thing that controls the speed is the RAM. people with good processors cant do exams very well, those with large hard drives find it easy even if they have tiny processors. My problem lies in the RAM, mine is small and easily filled to capacity, this leads to frustration with others who find it impossible to keep up

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