Is this John Derbyshire related to Council Leader Sue Derbyshire? Fred Perry House is a new building built at a cost of £12 million. For the purposes of continuing to persecute Mr Parnell the CPS official would have us believe it was simply Ponsonby House re-named. Dodgy or what!

Email sent – 11 October 2012 09:11

Dear Chief Constable

As you know I have previously raised the matter of Mr. Parnell and Stockport Council with you and eventually you stopped your officers from arresting him.

I have to say that maybe your two officers who tragically lost their lives in Mottram would have been better served by you had you not allowed literally thousands of police man hours to be wasted on Mr. Parnell’s case and diverted those resources to dealing with the true crime situation in Greater Manchester. However, that is now between you and your conscience.

The matter that concerns me now is that Stockport police station is moving to Fred Perry House. Due to the – shall we say idiosyncratic – nature of senior councillors and council officers at Stockport, it is claimed that Fred Perry House is not a new building but simply a re-naming of Ponsonby House ( I know, that’s what I thought too!). Mr Parnell is banned by a Criminal ASBO, imposed on him for a crime of which he was acquitted, from entering Ponsonby House, which as we have learned has now been re-named at a cost of £12 million as Fred Perry House. If the Council arrests Mr Parnell in future on a trumped-up charge, such as leaving a council meeting early or using the town hall loo despite written permission to do so, and the police take him into Fred Perry House, then he faces 5 years in prison for each time they have him arrested (for an offence of which he was acquitted). If he goes to the new police station for any reason – to report a lost or stolen item or to hand in anything he has found – then he faces 5 years in prison for each time he enters. I have no doubt you will appreciate the lunacy of this situation brought about by the assorted fruitcakes who run Stockport Council and aided and abetted by your actions over many years.

I would be interested in any comments you wish to make about this matter, which will be posted up on my website. In the run up to the next general election, which will be a very hard-fought one, every time the LibDems mention their commitment to civil liberties in any newspaper, I shall bung up a link to my website. So, we need to sort this matter out now, as you should have done years ago, to avoid embarrassment to you and, let’s not forget, further intolerable strain being put on Mr. Parnell. I wait to hear from you.

Kind regards