The 3 Tests of Lawful Rebellion
Stage A: 'Test'
A1. Test 'The Law'
Reporting Her Majesty's War Crimes
Step 3. Raise Complaint via I.P.C.C
Activity & Outcome
1. IPCC forms sent (20th June 2009)
Complaints made against Suffolk Constabulary DCI & Met Police DSI
2. Reply Received from IPCC (4th August 2009)
Two separate complaints logged by IPCC for follow up. Reference numbers issued
3. Response Received from Metropolitan Police Professional Standards Officer (6th August 2009)
4. Response Received from Suffolk Constabulary Professional Standards Officer (8th August 2009)
Letter stated that NO complaint would be recorded and that the DCI was "... correct in advising you to report the matter to the Metropolitan Police..."
As we have seen, he did nothing of the sort
5. Response Received from Met Police Professional Standards Officer (7th September 2009)
This was sent via email stating that the complaint against the DSI would be investigated but was then followed by lots of stalling September thru November
The emails sent to the Met in October & November advised them that if a satisfactory outcome was not forthcoming the matter would be reported direct to the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague
But on 12th November yet another email was received from a different Met Police Professional Standards Officer, who said that he had now been appointed and asked for copies of all previous correspondence. 'A Freeman' determined that this was either because these had been withheld from him or more likely it was simply a stalling & frustrating tactic in the hope that we would give
At this point the matter was reported direct to the International Criminal Court - 12th November 2009
6. Challenge sent to Suffolk Constabulary Professional Standards Officer (2nd October 2009)
After returning from travelling 'A Freeman' sent another letter...
Click here to see a pdf of the letter
The officer was reminded of the previous correspondence and that 'A Freeman' had suggested referring the matter to the Met Police, not the DCI
7. Reply Received from Suffolk Constabulary Professional Standards Officer (9th October 2009)
The officer stated that our comments had been noted but that NO further action would be taken
Again, what is even worse is that he says he "... will not be recording this complaint..." so it will not be on record anywhere that a complaint was even made!
8. Final Correspondence from Met Police Professional Standards Officer (21st December 2009)
The outcome was that NO complaint was recorded.
The justification was alleged to be that only the UK Attorney General could report war crimes against the government and that "...no separate domestic offences apply under the ICC Act (2001)..."
This is clearly not correct as section 5 of the ICC Act is entirely devoted to "Domestic Offences" as you can see below
9. Appeal Raised to IPCC (5th January 2010)
Since the evidence seemed to totally contradict the final response from the Met, 'A Freeman' appealed against the outcome