When Bexley council runs out of excuses and lies it usually resorts to
labelling a resident “vexatious” after which they refuse to talk to him at all.
I assumed they had some sort of definition of vexatious but a Freedom of
Information request reveals that they have not. “The definition of Vexatious is
not contained in the Constitution” was the answer, which I suppose is nice and
convenient because they can make it up as they go along.
According to my dictionary vexatious means “tending to cause annoyance or worry”, so I am going to try my hand at being vexatious.
Someone at Bexley council believed to be councillor Craske or acting on his instructions reported Mr. Martin Peaple to the police for doing a civic duty by warning drivers that they shouldnt park outside his shop. The law requires the council to do that but Bexley isnt very good at it; what is it good at? The police (widely believed to be in Bexley council’s pocket) responded by sending an officer to knock on Mr. Peaple’s door. Like my harassment letter, this latest collusion between two public bodies vying with each other to see who can be held in most contempt, has spread like wildfire across the net. So I would like to add to councillor Craske’s worries by pointing out the story is now today’s entry on The Big Brother Watch website.
Craske has gone into ostrich mode again as he is wont to do. He is refusing to talk to anyone about the reasonable questions being posed by the man from Richmond. Richmond man probably has no idea how devious Bexley council can be. Welcome to Bexley Mr. Wise, home to “a mob of nasty, evil people who seem to thrive on other people’s pain and hurt”.