Prisoner;s diaries can be quite revealing about the justice system



The Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984

67 Codes of practice-supplementary

(1) When the Secretary of State proposes to issue a code of practice to which this section applies, he shall prepare and publish a draft of that code, shall consider any representations made to him about the draft and may modify the draft accordingly.

(2) This section applies to a code of practice under section 60 or 66 above.

(3) The Secretary of State shall lay before both Houses of Parliament a draft of any code of practice prepared by him under this section.

(4) When the Secretary of State has laid the draft of a code before Parliament, he may bring the code into operation by order made by statutory instrument.

(5) No order under subsection (4) above shall have effect until approved by a resolution of each House of Parliament.

(6) An order bringing a code of practice into operation may contain such transitional provisions or savings as appear to the Secretary of State to be necessary or expedient in connection with the code of practice thereby brought into operation.

(7) The Secretary of State may from time to time revise the whole or any part of a code of practice to which this section applies and issue that revised code ; and the foregoing provisions of this section shall apply (with appropriate modifications) to such a revised code as they apply to the first issue of a code.

(8) A police officer shall be liable to disciplinary proceedings for a failure to comply with any provision of such a code, unless such proceedings are precluded by section 104 below.

(9) Persons other than police officers who are charged with the duty of investigating offences or charging offenders shall in the discharge of that duty have regard to any relevant provision of such a code.

(10) A failure on the partó

(a) of a police officer to comply with any provision of such a code ; or

(b) of any person other than a police officer who is charged with the duty of investigating offences or charging offenders to have regard to any relevant provision of such a code in the discharge of that duty,

shall not of itself render him liable to any criminal or civil proceedings.

(11) In all criminal and civil proceedings any such code shall be admissible in evidence; and if any provision of such a code appears to the court or tribunal conducting the proceedings to be relevant to any question arising in the proceedings it shall be taken into account in determining that question.

(12) In this section " criminal proceedings " includesó

(a) proceedings in the United Kingdom or elsewhere before a court-martial constituted under the Army Act 1955, the Air Force Act 1955 or the Naval Discipline Act 1957 or a disciplinary court constituted under section 50 of the said Act of 1957 ;

(b) proceedings before the Courts-Martial Appeal Court;


(c) proceedings before a Standing Civilian Court.





This Act gives a statutory definition .....



HRH Queen Elizabeth 2nd Her Royal Highness, England


NCSC ROYAL OPENING - Her Majesty The Queen opened the NCSC on the 17th of February 2017. There are several agencies in the UK that are supposed to tackle fraud, cyber crime, drugs, sex trafficking and money laundering, but when you ask any one of them to take a look at corruption in Wealden-land, they don't appear too anxious to open a case file. It's more a case of pass the buck .... and keep passing it ... until the complainant fades away. Sorry to have to report this to you Your Majesty, but it is the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth - so help me God.





Concealment of vital evidence equals fraud


NEGLIGENCE: If your legal team do not mount a full defence, your right to a fair trial as per Article 6 may have been compromised. If the investigating officers decide to ignore evidence found at the alleged scene of a crime that points away from guilt, they have a duty to collect that evidence and present it to the defence as part of a fair and balanced investigation as per their Codes of Practice Order April 2005.


In the case in question Gordon Staker, James Hookway and Jo Pinyoun failed to secure the diaries of the Psychiatric Nurse, who hid her work diary in her loft to prevent Sussex police from including it in their evidence for disclosure. These officers also failed to include the hand written entries of the Psychiatric Community Nurse in the defendant's diaries, reminding him about Valentines Day. The Crown Prosecution Service obtained a conviction using a Valentines Day card sent to the claimant, without the defence being able to show why that was. In the absence of an explanation the Jury found the accused guilty, not based on any eye witness testimony other than that of the complainant, but also including junk science in the equation where a perfectly innocent and naturally occurring mark on the girl's hymen was said to be indicative of assault - when in fact all women and girls have such features from a young age.


The CPS further disadvantaged the defence by not supplying colour photocopies of selected diary pages to enable the defence to disprove an allegation as to menstruation cycles on the part of the Psychiatric Community Nurse.


We consider that the standard of investigation by these police officers constitutes a serious malfeasance in public officer where they worked together to conceal the evidence that the defence needed to mount any kind of robust rebuttal.






Aran Boyt

Chris Sherwood

Colin Dowle

Dave Tye

Jane Rhodes

Jo Pinyoun

Joe Edwards

Giles York

Gordon Staker

James Hookway

Kara Tombling

Keith Lindsay

Keith Stoneman

Ken Jones

Maria Wallis

Mark Jordan

Martin Richards

Neil Honnor

Nigel Yeo

Olivia Pinkney

Paul Whitehouse

Peter Coll

Robert Lovell

Sarah Jane Gallagher

Sir Ken Macdonald QC

Timothy Motram



Patrick Scarpa, solicitor Wealden District Council Christine Nuttall, solcitor, Wealden District Council corruption and monument protection English Heritage David Phillips, perjury and corruption Wealden District Council, the Energy Age, Nelson Kruschandl


Victorio Patrick Scarpa, Christine Nuttall, David Phillips & Charles (Charlie) Lant


    Douglas Moss 


Kelvin Williams, J. Douglas Moss and Ian M. Kay



The above picture is of Victorio Patrick Scarpa over 10 years ago, also Christine Nuttall & David Phillips. David Phillips was still working for WDC as of 2018. He was the enforcement officer working with Vic Scarpa concerning the alleged ongoing malicious prosecution - a series of malfeasances in public office that probably deserves at least one life sentence. How many other officers might have been involved, or know enough to be able to blow the whistle? We know Christine Nuttall and Vic Scarpa were the solicitors preparing fraudulent papers for this council for this case as part of a conspiracy. Derek Holness and Charles Lant are also involved in the mix somewhere.



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