The 3 Tests of Lawful Rebellion
Stage A: 'Test'
A1. Test 'The Law'
Reporting Her Majesty's War Crimes
Report Government War Crimes to Local Police
Activity & Outcome
1. UK Government War Crimes Reported - March 23rd 2009
Reported by phone to local Police (Suffolk Constabulary), Incident number raised
This was followed up by lodging a Crime Report containing the following elements with the police
The Queen - Executive sign off
Tony Blair - chief protagonist (with George Bush)
Jack Straw - then Foreign Secretary (later Justice Minister!)
Geoff Hoon - then Defence Minister (later Transport)
Gordon Brown - then Chancellor (later P.M.)
John Prescott - then Deputy P.M.
Lord Goldsmith - then Attorney General
Baroness Scotland - the following Attorney General
Sir John Stirrop - Head of the Armed Forces
All the military...
…and 'A Freeman' as up until then his taxes had been contributing to the bloodshed
Click here to see the full 'Crime Report' (downloaded from the Make Wars History web site)
2. War Crimes Report Lodged - 3rd April 2009
Click here to see the letter sent with the Crime Report
A special thanks to my dear friend Maggie (above) for all her support
The documents were submitted as evidence to the Duty Inspector at the local Police Station (Ipswich) and a receipt obtained as proof as you can see below
'A Freeman' also sent a press release to the local media (as per the project objectives) outlining what was to take place
The event was picked up by "Heart FM", a local radio station
Heart FM ran the following clips during all their news bulletins that morning
3. Follow Up letters sent due to lack of response (17th April & 6th May 2009)
Letters sent to the Duty Inspector due to lack of action
4. Reply received from Detective Chief Inspector (7th May 2009)
This letter advised that the allegations would not be investigated and that NO CRIME would be recorded by the DCI
5. Reply received from Duty Inspector (13th May 2009)
This letter advised that the War Crimes Report documents had been passed to the constabulary's Detective Chief Inspector for action
This came AFTER his reply!!
6. Challenge sent to DCI (13th May 2009)
The obvious breaking of the law was pointed out to the DCI and he was reminded of his oath under the Police Reform Act (2002)
The sad fact here of course is that the constable swears his oath first and foremost to 'The Queen' and although she gave the 'Royal Assent' to the International Criminal Court Act in 2001 she was also the one who signed the order to go to war in 2003, an incredible contradiction.
The DCI was also challenged regarding allowing government ministers to break the law with impunity and asked to confirm whether the Metropolitan Police at Belgravia should take up the case instead (Belgravia Police Station covers Westminster)
Click here to see a pdf of the letter sent
7. Reply received from DCI (15th May 2009)
Notice here that the DCI had replied to my letter THE SAME DAY he received it. Maybe this was suddenly amazing efficiency taking place at Suffolk Police? 'A Freeman' suspects however it was because he HAD to reply speedily to the allegations made against him as evidence of him "putting the record straight" (from his point of view) in case this should ever reach a common law (de jure) court
The DCI stated that it was not the case that he was allowing government ministers to break the law with impunity (when he clearly is) and that if 'A Freeman' wished to report the matter to the Met Police it was "... a matter entirely for yourself..."
This is clearly a breach of procedure as the 'Home Office Rules For Recording Crime', shown below, state that it is the force receiving the crime report's responsibility to not only ensure "... the creation a crime-related incident report..." but also for ensuring that "... details of the incident <will be> transferred to the force identified as being the owning force ..." and that "... the victim, or person making the report, will be advised of the action to be taken..."
These rules were NOT followed by the Suffolk Constabulary DCI
So, rejected by Suffolk Constabulary's failure to fulfil their duties (in 'A Freeman's' opinion) the crimes were then reported to The Metropolitan Police