imagine most readers will have realised that several of this month’s revelations
about Bexley council’s dishonesty and criminal activity took place earlier this year
or even before. Recent blogs have crushed the time-line somewhat
and taken some events out of sequence but everything described is absolutely true.
A councillor did knock on my door and council leader Teresa O’Neill and Will Tuckley
knowingly told the police I said certain things with the sole intention of having me
arrested. If they really regarded metaphors as life threatening they would have
named someone else. That point is now well established and following
the IPCC report I think
even the police recognise that now.
There is more news to come but after yesterday’s report of the meeting with Chief Superintendent Stringer I shall leave the criminals “quacking (sic) in their boots” (as one of my informers reported) a little longer. Until tomorrow in fact; it seems like justice after what they are prepared to do to Olly Cromwell. Let the obscene blogger sweat.
I have received quite a lot of advice on what I should do next, Olly’s legal team is considering the options too. I am attracted to pursuing O’Neill and Tuckley for Misconduct in Public Office. The definition of the offence is “A public officer who willfully misconducts himself to such a degree as to amount to an abuse of the public’s trust in the office holder without reasonable excuse or justification”.
To be successful a prosecution must show “Willful excesses of public authority or malicious exercise of official authority or intentional infliction of bodily harm, imprisonment, or other injury upon a person”.
That seems to sum up O’Neill and Tuckley’s actions perfectly. I wonder if there is any chance of history repeating itself? You know the one, Mayor Johnson wins the election, crawling conniving politician from Bexley gets a leg up to be his deputy. Member of Bexley Council Monitoring Group reports his wrong doing to the police. Result; another politician with a criminal record. Definitely a result! Probably won’t happen now, the Granny Tax and £100,000 dinners could have put paid to that.