Council loses in court - again
I have just obtained the CCTV footage of my supposedly "approaching staff" when I accompanied my wife Kathy a few weeks ago for her to get a form from council on rates.
This resulted in my being served a second summons by police several days later. When I appeared in court on two charges of trespass I was handed the council complaint by the police prosecutor. This was made out by someone called Gardner, who is not known to me. He states that I approached staff and breached a trespass notice. The implication is that I acted in a threatening manner (in accord with the Holborow et al hallucinations).
This is another lie. The CCTV footage shows that while Kathy went to the counter to get the form, I walked over to a table by the entrance and picked up some pamphlets on the district plan. I stood reading them. Someone came out and started berating me. I explained I was just waiting for Kathy and would leave as soon as she had the form. I walked over to the chairs and sat down and read the pamphlets. .
While this was going on, all within a few minutes , the staff can be seen on the footage at what looks like evacuating into the back rooms, as they though they were following a prescribed emergency procedure, while one woman remained at the counter phoning, presumably, the police.
I ensured that I did not 'approach staff'. Looking at the footage, it seems to me that staff have been instructed that I am a dangerous man, in keeping with the Holborow charade, and that they evacuate the area should I enter. This is very, very sick, and without any
Again I have been lied about, this time in a court document. The judge dismissed the case, although the police wanted to go ahead. I did not, again, have any opportunity to explain the lies and antics of council.
An image of me is being built up by Dougherty et al of my being a dangerous person, and such statements are with the police.
The lower echelons of this council are obviously being misdirected by others more senior.
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