Dear All

Hello, how are you? Firstly let me introduce myself. My name is Michael, I am married to my dear wife Karen and we have two lovely adopted daughters. You will see from the subject title that Stockport Town Hall has a peaceful protester. Me.

There was a need to request services from Stockport Council, not for myself but for our troubled adopted children. I am of a kind and peaceful nature and always willing to help. I was a cub, boy scout and while being a venture scout volunteered to help less able persons through the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme. It might seem that I praise that of which I am proud, but why shouldn’t I? I was rewarded by being able to help others. I am proud of everything I have done, but when I couldn’t find a way to help those who had suffered a terrible trauma – my lovely daughters adopted from Stockport Council – I asked for help.

When the services we needed were not forthcoming, I was told to make a complaint. Help for children is needed when they are children. The time taken to respond to and then process the complaint meant that the children were no longer children but troubled adults. I was told to be patient and wait and that is what I did outside Stockport Town Hall, neatly dressed with polite manners and holding an A4 sized piece of paper saying Hello, how are you? I was there firstly each day for over 12 months – peacefully. Nobody, unless they asked, knew what my protest was about apart from Stockport Council, who have cause to hide their failings. How did they do this? They falsely made allegations accompanied with assaults, discrimination, intimidation, victimisation and with other related unacceptable treatment-

Where did this leave me? I believe the assault injuries caused Barrett’s Cell which for an unlucky few, (2 percent risk), develops into cancer. That is now something I have to stand up too, and requires removal by high risk surgery. When in preparation to get my affairs in order, some loose ends had to be tied up – the council knowing of my illness tried to divert the true course of justice by bringing about my arrest for a Section 4A public order offence, by my putting in writing, as requested from the police, what threats had been made towards me and that was that Mr Stephen Duggan, Council security guard, has said he would smash my head in or kill me.

Today 5th April 2013, I should have gone into hospital for an operation tomorrow but the surgeon was not available, so it was postponed to next week. The above arrest trial discontinued, but today it was revived and, as I was not going into hospital, was requested to attend court which I did to be acquitted in less than 10 minutes in and out of the courtroom – a stress lifted, something not needed when facing high risk surgery.

I have to rest from this for a while; I will, if you would like to know more, carry on with what has happened at a later date.

Keep well and all look after yourselves.

Learning law from a lawless council.