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Social Action 2014

Letter to

Letter to:

Chief constable Nick Gargan
Bath Police Station
Manvers Street
Bath
Avon
BA1 1JN

03 May 2014

Dear Chief Constable Nick Gargan,

I attended Bath Police station at 2:05pm on 2nd May 2014 to attempt to bring charges against Iain Duncan Smith and Lord Freud for contravening the 1998 Human Rights Act for introducing forced labour and therefore slavery into the UK. This is in direct contravention of Article 4 of the HRA 1998 (please see attached sheet).

I was told by an Inspector, who did not give me his name, that under the new policy, The Claimant Commitment Contract, brought in by Iain Duncan Smith and Lord Freud, they were not breaking the law and that I would have to take the matter up as a civil case through a solicitor.

The inspector dismissed any Police action on my and the people’s behalf saying that, ‘his job as…

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