Email sent – 14 May 2011 10:36

Dear Chief Constable.

Mr Parnell appears to have a restraining order for a crime of which he was acquitted; the court found the Council employees had lied.

1) Why would the police arrest someone for breaching a restraining order which presumably was unenforcable, as he had been acquitted the original offence? I wonder whether you could look into this and let me have your comments.

2) Mr Parnell’s various banning documents seem to be incorrectly filled out, with no mention of the legislation under which he was being restrained and other errors. I wonder whether you could look into this and let me have your comments.

Fortunately, the police are no longer arresting him but the Council is still calling out the police to him, to which I believe the police are obliged to respond. Stockport has lost 15 police officers. Local people are themselves being asked to act as unpaid police officers. This is all bad enough without the Council adding unnecessarily to this burden. His MP Stunell, a negotiator of the Coalition Agreement which has led to cuts in the police forces, refused to lift a finger to help him as the council wrongdoing was being carried out by his political cohorts

Mr Parnell owes no council tax arrears, he is never rude or offensive, senior council officers are paid over £100,000 per annum to sort out problems yet they have done nothing – his problem is so simple it can be sorted out in minutes. They are trying to send the bailiffs in for money he doesn’t owe and his home is at risk. If he goes to the Council to sort this out, this dubious council calls the police to arrest him on a restraining order for a crime he was acquitted of and at his trial council officers seriously lied to the court about. You really, really couldn’t make this up.

I am going to take this to the Home Secretary if I get nowhere.

I have copied this to the editors of the Daily Mail and Guardian.

I look forward to hearing from you