Instead of Mr Parnell having to run the gauntlet of the security guards to try to sort out the falsified council tax arrears etc (and the Council refused to let me act on Mr Parnell’s behalf), why didn’t Khan, Council Solicitor, Andrew Webb, Director of CYPD, or Anwar Majothi or Devon Sherwood deal with his simple complaint over the previous decade? They had a legal obligation to help him. The shoulder the main blame; it was their job to sort out his simple problems.

“Dear Sheila

Re: Assault by Stockport Metropolitan Borough
Council SSK security guards,

Wednesday 11:02:2009 14:00 hrs

Stopford House, no-one in entrance lobby, entered freely for the purpose to
gather evidence of CCTV signs, took a number of pictures from 4 different angles
that are of and from the inside of the lobby only. I stood and waited and went
no further than the centre of the lobby. Frank, the security guard, came in and
started making suggestions (14:15 Approx) using threatening comments of what he
would do and he got on his walkie talkie and called for Steve. There was a notice
that had been put up that came from GMP about making false allegations and what
can be done during February.
There were also some small cards with on one side
telling you what to do, and on the other side showing the word Liar, what is
this now in the lobby of Stopford House, Frank pointed to this notice and cards
and suggested to me I take one of the cards, which I did and give it to him he
just threw it on the floor, Steve arrived and they both, Frank and Steve started
and ganged up on me and were making comments to my sanity, I quoted “Things must
be done within the law”, they both replied to this Steve first “You think your
Perry Mason” Frank after Steve then said “More like Ironside”, (what I know of
Ironside is he was in a wheelchair) I asked Frank does that mean you are going
to break my legs, Frank said “I didn’t say that but that’s what it means”, third
security guard arrives, and the three stood talking then the fourth and fifth
security arrive, and all five start talking to me at the same time one guard
keeps telling me not to look away from his eyes and keeps repeating why am I
there, why am I there. When I try to reply the others keep interrupting and
giving their answers; the guard who told me to look at his eyes was not standing
for any of this and took me by my right elbow and wrist. Someone tried to take
my bag this contains my life. I held this close to my body – another guard took my
left elbow and shoulder and another guard was pushing in my back, I was
commenting reasonable force to equal resistance we are not going to move
anywhere. Unable to move my arms and activate my personal attack alarm I tried to
stand firm. I felt at this time if they carried me out through the doors they
were going to push me into the hand rail and throw me down the stairs. What
happened next was they forced me down to the ground, with being held by my right
wrist my hand was pushed hard to the floor with the whole weight of that guard
down on it which caused injury of lacerations and stiffening finger joints and
tender wrist. It was then said leave it and call the police, Frank was wanting
more and two female reception staff were trying to calm him down and take him
away. He didn’t immediately take their advice, he wanted to get at me I had got up
and then just stood there waiting for the police to arrive. I saw through the
window to Edward street turning right to Piccadilly a fast response police car
The police came into Stopford House, spoke to security guards and
myself and they asked if I would leave. At this time my hand was bleeding, and I
was taking in what had happened, I commented to the officer I would leave, and
in my mind was trying to think how to put to them what had happened. If I was
taken outside, it would again be that I would be told to go on my way. This has
happened before when I was previously injured, and also when my property taken
or when my laptop was damaged. I understand that the officers have to do what
they see is needed, and in me taking time to collect myself together it might
have seemed that I was not moving. The officer told me has he had asked me to
leave but it seemed I was not doing so. He informed me he would have to arrest me
to prevent a further breach of the peace. This I acknowledge and was arrested and
put in the police car and conveyed to Cheadle’s Heath Police Station. I was the
one arrested on what the police had been told by security and what they could
see, and the long standing issues.

it is now about time that this matter is
sorted out, so the police are no longer being used in the council’s unlawful
criminal actions. The council again has acted disproportionately and have
stepped well beyond reasonable grounds. All I am doing is trying to be patient
and wait (the council is sorting things out). I am doing this minding my own
business in the glass entrance lobby of Stopford House,. What is the lawful
restriction imposed legally, I put it to you now there is none, the actions of
the council are all unlawful towards myself. The council is taking the law unto
themselves and imposing their judgement and punishment as only they see fit, and
with no regards to the law.

Gang intimidation, five sledgehammers to crack
one nut, well this nut has now cracked and blood is spilt that is assault by
beating, and it is now required to be reported to prevent further occurrence, or
the event of a permanent injury or loss of my life, by others who are already
acted unlawfully and are getting away with it.

Note:- this is made in
relation to the following question, when myself is being asked to leave, this
when I am asked to leave, I ask why, the answer I always get is you know why, I
do not know why, it is only said to hearsay of a disturbance that could be
caused, I have never caused a disturbance, it is the others trying oppress
myself in uncovering their unlawfulness (whistleblowing on the council
They have been causing the disturbances in trying to cover up that
which I am uncovering, being asked to leave politely or with a gentle hand of
encouragement on one’s shoulder might be permitted by me (technically an assault)
but 1 plus another 3 Persons with force taking hold of my person is unreasonable
excessive on anyone’s terms and is totally unacceptable.

Wednesday 11:02:2009
14:00 hrs -15:00 hrs Stopford House.

Assault occasioning actual bodily
Offences against the Person Act 1861 (section 47)
Specified offences
for the purpose of:-
section 224 Criminal Justice Act 2003.
This Assault
is recorded on SMBC own CCTV
Stockport council’s representatives acting in a
gang caused me to apprehend the fear of unlawful violence and the fear of that
with the force of actual bodily contact (assault by beating) has occurred
resulting in a bodily injury to my person, There was 5 other person involved
that caused this assault, intentionally or recklessly against myself, two of
whom are known to me, one I have seen but don’t know, one that I have not seen
before, one also not known that left had been involved in the fear of the act
towards myself, the two security guards known to me are :-

Mr Steve Duggan,
Mr Frank Craughwell,

the third guard I believe is their lead security

the forth man came in a Solution SK van,

the fifth I don’t know
and don’t know where he came from.

Part of Stockport Metropolitan Borough
Council unlawfulness.

—– Family Law
6-3195a 1, considerations applying to exercise of
6-3195b 2, basic definitions
6-3195c 3, maintenance of Adoption
6-3195d 4, Assessments etc for Adoption Support Services
(1) A
local authority must at the request of:-
(a) any persons mentioned in
paragraphs (a) to (c) of section 3(1) or
(b) any other person who falls
within a description prescribed by regulations (subject to subsection 7(a))
carry out an assessment of that persons needs for adoption support
The case is that the Local authority keeps telling me to report the
children to the police, how can I do this when I know of their suffering and
what are to their needs, the Council has put me in dispute with them over me
requesting support under the laws of, the Children’s Act 1989, the Adoption Act
1976, and the Adoption and Children’s Act 2002.
I have requested Assessment
of Adoption Support Services.”