CHARLES (CHARLIE) LANT

  Council officers who abuse their positions of authoirty should be prosecuted under the Fraud Act 2006, a pension would then be proceeds of crime and not payable.

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Charlie, Charles Lant, Chief Executive of the Wealden District Council

 

PROPER CHARLIE - Charles Lant does his best to remain anonymous. Not for long Mr Lant, we want some answers. His council have been working behind the scenes to cover their tracks, but the action of covering up, is of course in itself, evidence of wrongdoing. Otherwise, why bother to cover it up?

 

The TaxPayers' Alliance sent requests under the Freedom of Information Act (2000) to every county, borough and district council in the country. The Alliance asked for details of council officers and executives who earned more than £100,000. Charles Lant, chief executive of Wealden District Council, received a total salary package, including bonuses and allowances, of £111,662 in 2006-07. With that kind of money at stake, a chief executive is going to do a lot of squirming to stay employed at what must be seen as scandalous rates. Serving the community, self-serving more like it. In our view, Fat Cats, should not be allowed at all in public service.

 

The burning question right now concerns the Serious Organised Crime and Police Act 2005, and with that goes the Proceeds of crime Act 2002. If it proves to be that there is a cover up of past misdeeds and impropriety, then who is likely to be in the firing line when it comes to heading the possible crimes that are uncovered? It seems likely to us that that may include the Chief Executive and being the all knowing and controlling mind. Unless of course, the CE is able to show that his siblings acted without his knowledge. The problem with that defence is that some of the correspondence we have seen is signed by Mr Lant. His signature could of course be a forgery.

 

 

 

It is alleged that Charlie Lant is the chief executive of one of the most corrupt council's in the United Kingdom. How long has he been steering Wealden District Council and is that legal?

 

We understand that Charlie took over from Sheelagh Douglas, apparently a good friend of Derek Holness, and that Ms Douglas resigned without working out her notice after she was asked to investigate corruption involving the previous administration of Mr Holness. Ms Douglas lasted only a couple of months in the post, presumably not wanting to be tainted by the apparent corruption that she must have found objectionable. It is standard practice in councils that when the water gets too hot, they have a convenient shuffle, until they think it is safe to resume where they left off.

 

What with the passing of  WD/2015/0090/MAO - an application for 70 houses on land that this council have fought tooth and nail through umpteen public enquiries to stop being developed, it occurs to us that with the return of a chief executive who was in the frame at the time of the Wealden Action Group allegations as to impropriety, that this application and grant of permission should be the subject of forensic scrutiny.

 

 

 

PUBLIC FOOTPATH - We're not sure who this chap is, but we are told that he asked the photographer what right he had to be on what is after all, a public footpath. He'd obviously not heard of The Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000 (c 37), known as the CRoW Act is a United Kingdom Act of Parliament affecting England and Wales which came into force on 30 November 2000. The freedom to roam, or everyman's right is the general public's right to access certain public or privately owned land for recreation and exercise. The right is sometimes called the right of public access to the wilderness or the right to roam.

 

Article 10 also guarantees everyone the right to receive and impart information - such as collecting evidence and passing that on to the authorities or a court. That is why we have so many street cameras, to collect and record evidence in case of wrongdoing. There is no suggestion at this stage that these gentlemen were doing anything wrong, if as they claim, there were operating under instructions and (allegedly) knew nothing about the well they were digging next to! 

 

The field at Lime Cross is criss-crossed with public footpaths. There are quite a few well trodden paths that still need to be officially recognized. Do not therefore, be put off from exercising your right to roam - even if the hired help are not welcoming. We are told that the two other chaps operating the spudder, were less cordial. Though not so bad the following day, having re-thought their strategy.

 

 

WD/2015/0090/MAO

 

This council were put on notice as to drinking water being taken from the historic well at Herstmonceux for over 30 years and since at least the time of Augustus Hare. The objectors asked that the members were made aware of this serious point where the topography is unfavourably inclined from the top of the hill, down to the well supplying Herstmonceux Museum. In other words where contamination of drinking water is bound to become an issue if houses are built on the slope. We need to know who the officers were at that meeting and what they explained to the members - where it seems nobody is taking this seriously - as demonstrated by the recent actions, in digging significant holes adjacent to the historic well. Contractors, Bainbridge (Bros) Brothers Limited and Card Geotechnics Limited (CGL), working for Gleeson Developments Limited (a name change from the original applicant: Tim Watson), were out in force on the 5th and 8th of January 2016 with heavy diggers and hole boring plant digging a substantial hole or two in the vicinity of the well supplying said drinking water.

 

The fact that Gleeson Developments have employed CGl to undertake this survey is an indication that the developers know that there is a potential problem in the years ahead. It might be that this latest move is akin to that employed by Pacific Gas & Electric at Hinkley, California - where that company employed so-called experts to assuage health fears, then tried to buy off the resident one at a time, with offers to purchase their properties.

 

 

 

LOCATION, LOCATION - Why here? Why would anyone dig a huge hole right next door to an ancient well. The burning question is, were the members advised about the potential problems. If they were, what measures did Mr Lant's council take to protect the drinking water for the well users. Council's have a range of statutory powers to prevent nuisance or other harm to existing rights. The usual way of telling a developer what he or she must do, is by way of a Section 106 legal agreement.

 

 

SIMILAR CASE HISTORY - HINKLEY, CALIFORNIA - GROUND WATER CONTAMINATION

 

The town of Hinkley, California, located in the Mojave Desert, (about 121 miles driving distance north-northeast of Los Angeles) had its groundwater contaminated with hexavalent chromium starting in 1952, resulting in a legal case against Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) and a multimillion-dollar settlement in 1996.

The legal case was dramatized in the film Erin Brockovich, released in 2000.

Residents of Hinkley filed a class action against PG&E, encaptioned Anderson, et al. v. Pacific Gas and Electric (Superior Ct. for County of San Bernardino, Barstow Division, file BCV 00300.

In 1993, Erin Brockovich, a legal clerk to lawyer Edward L. Masry, investigated the apparent elevated cluster of illnesses in the community linked to hexavalent chromium. The efforts of Brockovich and Masry, and the plight of the people of Hinkley, became widely known when the film Erin Brockovich was released in 2000.

After many arguments, the case was referred to arbitration with maximum damages of $400 million. After the arbitration for the first 40 people resulted in roughly $110 million, PG&E reassessed its position and decided to end arbitration and settle the entire case. The case was settled in 1996 for $333 million, the largest settlement ever paid in a direct-action lawsuit in U.S. history.

In 2006, PG&E agreed to pay $295 million to settle cases involving another 1,100 people statewide for hexavalent chromium-related claims.

In 2008, PG&E settled the last of the cases involved with the Hinkley claims for $20 million.

 

 

Hinkley sign, California

 

GIVE ME A SIGN - The writing has been on the wall for Wealden for a long time. They've tried just about everything to hide the truth, but the truth has a strange habit of coming out.

 

 

HINKLEY RESIDUAL ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES

Ongoing cleanup documentation is maintained at the California Environmental Protection Agency (Cal/EPA) page regarding Hinkley.

Samples taken in August 2010 showed that the plume of contaminated water had started to migrate into the lower aquifer. As of September 2013, the Cal/EPA reports that some progress is being made on cleanup, but also reports that the plume has expanded to 6 miles long and 4 miles wide.

A study released in 2010 by the California Cancer Registry showed that cancer rates in Hinkley "remained unremarkable from 1988 to 2008. An epidemiologist involved in the study said that "the 196 cases of cancer reported during the most recent survey of 1996 through 2008 were less than what he would expect based on demographics and the regional rate of cancer."

In June 2013 "Mother Jones" published an article discussing the work by the Center for Public Integrity that was critical of the study, and some others by the same researcher.

 

 

 

CAMERA SHY - We think that this is the surveyor employed by Card Geotechnics Limited, known as CGL. Contact CGL Limited:  Head Office, 4 Godalming Business Centre, Woolsack Way, Godalming, Surrey, GU7 1XW.  T: 01483 310600 F: 01483 527285  Emails: DanM@cgl-uk.com

JoS@cgl-uk.com

 

 

 

UPHILL STRUGGLE - We problem with gathering information for a prosecution is that the taxpayer is paying council officers to cover their tracks. No matter ho many processes that are put in place to try and stop corrupt practices, it only takes a handful of staff in key positions to to undo all the procedures that parliament intended should be strictly adhered to. See Operation Tippex as an example of how it is possible for an officer to comment on his father in-law's planning application with all of the other officers in on it, and yet the record looks at though the officer did not so speak to the committee. In fact Ian Kay did speak to the Area Plans South planning committee on an application put in by his relative B. Best, a former Mason.

 

Ian Kay lied to an Inspector at a Public Inquiry about aerial photographs and was part of the conspiracy to hide the truth about an electricity generating station at Herstmonceux, even doing his best to confuse the situation during a site visit when archaeologists were present - the objective being to cause delays and try to drive the applicant to an appeal. Instead the applicant vowed never to apply again for planning permission or seek an appeal, because he had identified the conspiracy and realised what the officer's game was, even though he had written to the Chief Executive hoping that the head of this council would not be in on it. Unfortunately, the CE did nothing to rectify the position - and that is likely to mean only one thing!

 

 

 

PROCEEDS OF CRIME - If an office is guilty of manipulating the system in any way shape of form, he may be found guilty of profiteering from a position of trust. That being the case, would his salary be classed as proceeds of crime, or rather what percentage of his earnings, including sums earned from massaging facts and figures and grants of permission that ought not to have been granted. Is this Mr Lant's car or is it a company car? This photograph was supplied by a member of the public in good faith, telling us that he saw the gentleman above parking the car, and that that man is none other than Charlie Lant. If that is not the case we would like to hear from Mr Lant and/or the owner of the car, to eliminate them from our enquires. Thanks.

 

 

LOS ANGELES (LA) TIMES APRIL 2015

Maneuvering his pickup through this Mojave Desert town, resident Daron Banks pointed at empty lot after empty lot.

"Last time I was here there was a home right here. There was a home here, there was a home here," he said, making his way down the bumpy road in the place made famous by the 2000 film "Erin Brockovich."

Fifteen years after the film showed triumphant residents winning a $333-million settlement with Pacific Gas & Electric Co. for contaminating its water — and nearly 20 years after the settlement itself — Hinkley is emptying out, and those who stay still struggle to find resolution.

For residents, questions remain about the safety of the water, just how much contamination PG&E caused and how to fix it.

 

 

Erin Brokovich  Julia Roberts

 

Roberta Walker 

 

COVER UP - Right or wrong, once a company engages in a cover up, one lie leads to another. The key to not being sued, is to tell it straight and admit mistakes as soon as one is discovered. Where we are aiming for a sustainable Circular Economy, cover-ups are wasteful of energy and so warm the planet. Go eco, tell the truth. Roberta Walker is seen in the lower left picture, a former resident of Hinkley. The real Erin Brokovich is at the top left.

 

 

This year, a final cleanup plan is moving toward approval. Last month, a long-awaited, five-year study to determine how much contamination PG&E may be responsible for finally got underway.

"At some point in the next few years we're going to get some closure," Banks said.

But today there's little left in Hinkley beyond some scattered homes and acres of alfalfa and other grasses, planted to help clean the contamination.

"You had a great community out here and now it's gone," said resident Roger Killian.

Hinkley was a small farming community in the 1990s when residents learned that groundwater was polluted with chromium 6, a cancer-causing heavy metal. It had seeped into the water after being dumped into unlined ponds at the utility company's compressor station in the 1950s and '60s.

 

 

A JCB tracked excavator was used during these operations

 

HERSTMONCEUX, LIME CROSS EXCAVATIONS - That's an awful lot of digging to test for the water table. The chap on the phone on the left mentioned that they were trying to find bedrock. Most interesting! They were two days digging holes using the JCB, a Coppard hire vehicle on the right of this picture.

 

 

Since then, hundreds of residents have left. Property values dropped because of the stigma surrounding the town, and PG&E launched a buyout program.

Roberta Walker, a plaintiff in the original lawsuit and Banks' mother-in-law, said that at the time of the settlement, residents like her believed the plume of contamination was limited to a well-defined area around the compressor station.

But in 2009, PG&E "let it get away from them and it started migrating toward other properties," said Lisa Dernbach, a senior engineering geologist specialist with the Lahontan Regional Water Quality Control Board, the state agency overseeing the cleanup. That resulted in a $3.6-million fine against the company in 2012, she said.

Jeff Smith, a PG&E spokesman, said what looked like growth of the plume was actually the result of additional testing in areas that had previously gone unexamined. Dernbach said the migration happened after the utility changed pumping in some extraction wells.

More recently, the contamination plume appears to have shrunk. Kevin Sullivan, director of chromium remediation for PG&E, said a system installed in 2007 to treat the contamination with injections of ethanol has reduced the chromium by 40%.

Starting in 2010, PG&E offered to either provide clean water or buy properties of residents whose wells tested positive for chromium.

 

 

 

COVER UP? - Here the subcontractors are replacing the earth to restore the land. There is no disguising the extent of the earth works. That chap spends an awful lot of time on his mobile. He was almost never off it whenever there was a camera around. He was probably recording the visit. The photographer was, and these guys knew it, so behaved themselves.

 

 

 

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Smith said that when the program was announced, there was a high level of anxiety in the community and many residents wanted to sell their properties rather than take the water. The company, he said, wants to see Hinkley thrive.

"I think sometimes it's misconstrued that PG&E wanted to come in and purchase a tremendous amount of land in Hinkley and that was just not the original intent," he said.

 

Between 2010 and October 2014, when the program was formally discontinued, PG&E purchased about 300 properties, he said.

With residents leaving, the school could no longer be sustained. It shut down two years ago.

The owner of the property that houses the town's post office and only market recently approached PG&E asking to sell and the utility agreed to buy, Smith said. The post office closed last month and the market will soon follow, an employee said.

As residents leave, the cleanup has progressed and technologies have improved. About 250 acres of alfalfa and other grasses now dot the town where some properties once stood and are used to help convert chromium 6 into the micronutrient chromium 3.

 

 

 

BENTONITE - Hello, hello, hello. What's all this then? Dynamite more like. The property of swelling on contact with water makes sodium bentonite useful as a sealant, since it provides a self-sealing, low-permeability barrier. It is used to line the base of landfills to prevent migration of leachate, for quarantining metal pollutants of groundwater, and for the sealing of subsurface disposal systems for spent nuclear fuel. Similar uses include making slurry walls, waterproofing of below-grade walls, and forming other impermeable barriers, e.g., to seal off the annulus of a water well, or to plug old wells. Maybe even wells still in use!

 

 

 

What then was Bentonite doing on site between the 5th and 6th of January 2016. We know that unscrupulous operators sometimes spike adjacent wells - or use it to falsify contamination readings, sealing contamination out. There is no suggestion of that in this case. We understand that as of January 2016, the company denies any unlawful activity, referring requests for information as to their instructions to Gleeson Developments Limited (the developer). One thing that was noted, was that on the 6th of January, as the photographer approached, there was a dash to put something in the back of the white Range Rover and get the tailgate up. This chap obviously did not want something to be seen or photographed. More Bentonite perhaps; we'll never know.

 

 

But despite the progress, many Hinkley residents still worry about how much chromium 6 will remain in the water. PG&E is required to clean up to the levels at which chromium 6 naturally occurs in the groundwater — a number known as the background level.

A study commissioned by PG&E a few years ago said chromium 6 naturally occurred in Hinkley groundwater at levels of 3.1 parts per billion.

"Anything above 3.1 provided a lot of anxiety to the people in Hinkley," said Dernbach, of the water control board.

Last year, the state of California set a safe drinking water standard of 10 parts per billion.

 

 

 

HINKLEY - Daron Banks looks over the ground where the contamination caused him so much concern.

 

 

Although levels of chromium 6 nearest to the compressor station — where no residents remain — exceed that by large numbers, PG&E's testing in domestic wells elsewhere in the community shows chromium 6 levels below 10 parts per billion, most often between 0 and 5, Sullivan said.

Smith, the PG&E spokesman, said the state-designated level has helped ease some residents' concerns.

But others say they are disturbed that chromium 6 is showing up in their wells at all. Some say neighbors and family members have suffered ailments they believe were caused by the contamination, leading them to believe that even low chromium levels are dangerous.

The safe drinking water standard adopted by the state — which is hundreds of times greater than a non-enforceable public health goal set by the state Environmental Protection Agency — has been criticized as too high by some environmental groups.

For years, residents questioned whether the study commissioned by PG&E putting the background level at 3.1 parts per billion was even accurate.

 

 

 

UK - CGL'S WEBSITE SAYS: "With the right advisors on board, seemingly ‘risky’ sites can present clear opportunities in a fiercely competitive market. CGL is attuned to these changes in the residential market and the specialist services and added value we provide to the housing sector (from single homes to strategic developments of 100s of units) continues to pay dividends for our clients."

"The residential development sector in the UK has been the subject of very volatile conditions in the past few years. Recessionary pressures, constrained mortgage access and weak economic growth have brought about a renewed way of thinking when approaching land development for homes."

 

 

 

It thus become obvious why CGL have been brought in. This field is a risky site, with flooding at the lower east end of the and a claim looming for water contamination at the other end, stretching way into the future. Hills are also notorious for landslide. When houses are built above existing historic developments, the pressure on the soil can cause a sudden landslide. This is especially so in a United Kingdom that is prone to heavy rainfall and flash flooding.

 

What kind of reserves are in place to be sure that future claims can be settled. We imagine and would hope that Wealden District Council put such provision in place, by way of a bond. We are investigating this aspect of the Agreements with the original developer, a local landowner and speculator with strong ties to the Parish and District Council. 

 

Gleeson Developments Limited, (previously Gleeson Homes - head office), 6 Europa Court
Sheffield Business Park, Sheffield, S9 1XE [Company No. 00848808] Tel: 0114 261 2900 Email: customercare@mjgleeson.com

 

 

Banks solicited help from John Izbicki, a U.S. Geological Survey research hydrologist who has studied naturally occurring chromium 6 in the Mojave Desert. With pressure from residents, PG&E acknowledged that its earlier study was lacking. It is paying for a five-year study led by Izbicki that is expected to conclusively determine the background level.

At a community meeting this month, fewer than a dozen residents gathered in the Hinkley Community Center to hear Izbicki describe his upcoming study.

Izbicki said water samples would be sent to Germany, Nevada, Virginia, Northern California and other places for testing. Some of it would be handled in the same USGS labs that do testing for NASA.

When he was done, the meeting's facilitator asked longtime resident McHenry Cooke, 81, if he would "trust the data."

"I haven't reviewed it all," he said skeptically.

As the meeting wrapped up, John Turner, who volunteers to keep the community center open, said he felt optimistic about the town's future. For years, community meetings have been filled with negativity, he said, but this one was productive.

He hopes PG&E will play a role in helping to rebuild the community so residents can move forward. "It's time," he said. 
By Paloma Esquivel

 

 

 

ACCIDENT BLACK SPOT - Mark our words, this is an accident waiting to happen. East Sussex County Council routinely bow down to requests from Wealden District Council to look the other way. You'd have to be blind not to see what the problem is from just this one photograph.

 

 

DUTY OF CARE

 

Charlie Lant has a duty to ensure that information presented to the Secretary of State at appeals, and/or the courts is accurate, such as not to fall foul of the Fraud Act 2006. He is charged with obstructing and perverting the course of justice by way of perpetuating a lie. He has been asked to revisit his Council's criminal deceptions regarding Herstmonceux Museum. The Secretary of State, Eric Pickles, has written to us to explain that this is a matter for Wealden DC to check out and correct. Have they done so? Not on your life. There are renewed efforts to push this council into a fight. They could of course just admit their past misdeeds.

 

Any officer of this council who comes by information to support the contentions as to deceiving the Secretary of State, not blowing the whistle, is likely to come under suspicion for malfeasance in public office and malicious prosecution. The pictures below are those of the officers of this council who have consistently lied to Planning Inspectors and the Courts, or who have aided and abetted those who have.

 

 

Patrick Scarpa, solicitor Wealden District Council  David Whibley, enforcement officer Wealden District Council

 

Victorio Patrick Scarpa & David Whibley

 

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

 

Christine Nuttall & David Phillips

 

 

THE LAW

 

At the moment the Sussex Police appear to have granted their chums at Wealden immunity from prosecution, though there may now be one or two officers who are not subservient. The law is though clear, where an instrument was obtained by deception some time ago and limitations may have applied, if that instrument is being used today, then the method by which the instrument was obtained may be the subject of a criminal investigation under the provisions of the Fraud Act 2006. In other words a fraud committed before enactment of the Fraud Act 2006, may be looked at under the provisions of that Act, because the fraud is being committed anew in 2013.

 

 

 

 

 

Charles Lant has been under suspicion in terms of malicious prosecution and misfeasance in public office for some time. He is more than likely a mason, or his friends and associate at Sussex Police are. Obviously, since Sussex Police when invited to investigate - simply returned all the files having done nothing - which makes Sussex Police party to the crime. It is a criminal offence to know of a possible crime, but not to investigate it. Having read this page, Charlie, you must then do something about it. It is no longer acceptable to turn a blind eye. See the extract of the Fraud Act below:

 

 

 

You cannot be the chief executive of a council without becoming a first class liar. Why? Because if they are asked to tell the truth about some of the issues that we have uncovered, if they told the truth, they'd also have to blow the whistle.  Hence, council officers are trained not to answer questions directly, but to inject some areas of doubt, such as to use the word "fuller," rather than "full" when writing up a committee's request for more information. That way they can still leave out the important bits that they don't want the members to see. Even if the head crusher above  chair were to be used on Charlie Lant, judging by his council's refusal to reply honestly to requests for information, he would go to the grave with his guilty secrets rather than reveal the truth.

 

 

 

 

Section 10 extract of a Consent Order in Case No: SD16 of 2003, in the Eastbourne County Court. This is an Agreement that Mr Kruschandl alleges- that this council have breached concerning recognition of and the future of Herstmonceux Museum.

 

 

FRAUD ACT 2006

 

Section 4    -    Fraud by abuse of position  [such as a planning or police officer]

 

(1) A person is in breach of this section if he —


(a) occupies a position in which he is expected to safeguard, or not to act against, the financial interests of another person,

(b) dishonestly abuses that position, and

(c) intends, by means of the abuse of that position—

(i) to make a gain for himself or another, or

(ii) to cause loss to another or to expose another to a risk of loss.

(2)A person may be regarded as having abused his position even though his conduct consisted of an omission rather than an act.

 

 

 

COMMENT - Hmmm, I can't believe it's not butter!

 

WDC's Planning Enforcement Officers and advertised area of cover. But please note that they like to play in each others area when a case gets too hot to handle - and where does Christine Arnold fit into all of this:

 

 

Niall Mileman

Craig Moon

Tom Holman

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Buxted

Chalvington with Ripe

Alciston

Crowborough

Chiddingly

Alfriston

Danehill

East Hoathly

Arlington

Fletching

Framfield

Berwick

Forest Row

Hadlow Down

Cuckmere Valley

Frant

Heathfield and Waldron

East Dean and Friston

Hartfield

Horam

Hailsham

Maresfield

Isfield

Hellingly

Rotherfield

Laughton

Herstmonceux

Wadhurst

Little Horsted 

Hooe

Withyham

Mayfield

Long Man

Uckfield

Ninfield

Warbleton

Pevensey

Polegate

Selmeston

Wartling

Westham

Willingdon and Jevington

 

 

UK Prime Minister Tony Blair laughs as California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger looks on.

 

Vicarage Lane, Hailsham, East Sussex, BN27 2AX T: 01323 443322
Pine Grove, Crowborough, East Sussex, TN6 1DH T: 01892 653311

 

 

http://www.pge.com/  Prisoner behind bars


LINKS

 

LA Times California me hinkley story

Wikipedia Hinkley_groundwater_contamination

Erin Brockovich the movie

customercare@mjgleeson.com

http://www.gleeson-homes.co.uk/

DanM@cgl-uk.com
JoS@cgl-uk.com

godstone@coppard.co.uk

http://www.cgl-uk.com/

http://beta.jcb.co.uk/Products/Machines/Hydraulic-Excavators/Large-Excavators/JS240
https://www.coppard.co.uk/

http://www.brockovich.com/the-movie/

http://www.pge.com/

paloma.esquivel@latimes.com

http://www.latimes.com/local/california/la-me-hinkley-20150413-story.html

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hinkley_groundwater_contamination

http://dailycaller.com/2013/04/03/cnn-embarrasses-itself-with-amanda-knox-coverage/

www.dailymail.co.uk Amanda Knox victim anti American trial Hillary Clinton launch investigation

 

 

The Immaculate Deception

 

Sexual cannibalism in humans is commonplace where the (UK) state still pays bunny-boilers to fabricate allegations - despite the untenable ratio of false allegations. This is called Noble Cause Corruption, so named because the cause (more convictions of rapists and perverts) is noble, but the means (convicting significant numbers of innocent men) is corrupt. A decent justice system is one where convictions are safe; where an appeal is guaranteed and where the court system does not refuse appellants the evidence for their barristers to perfect grounds of appeal. Unlike most European countries, the right of appeal in the UK in not mandatory and the discretionary single judge paper system is open to startling abuses. This book is based on a real case study, that reveals the fatal flaws in the English justice system. No man in England is safe until these issues are dealt with - it could happen to anyone.

 

 

Herstmonceux Castle, Observatory and Science Museum

 

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