since Will Tuckley and Teresa O’Neill (Boris Johnson’s most favoured council
leader) received complaints about the council’s obscene blogging activities on the
morning of 6th June 2011 and the blog content was removed by lunchtime it has seemed
likely that those two knew exactly how to get rid of it and who published it. Some may
consider their keeping it a secret since then is perversion of the course of justice in
which Bexleyheath police have been equally complicit.
It is because the two pictured here are so keen on protecting their criminal friends that my Subject Access Request (SAR) has never been answered. If Will Tuckley and Teresa O’Neill were not sharing a dirty secret no harm would be done by releasing all the documentation they have which refers to me. Obviously it would reveal I am not held in high regard and the feeling is mutual, there would be nothing very newsworthy in that. There would be nothing the top two need be ashamed of if it revealed attempts to uncover their criminal friends, but in all probability it would reveal their names. They don’t want to go there. Integrity, honesty and obeying the law of the land is not Bexley council’s thing. Criminality is no great stranger to them.
As if to prove beyond all doubt that completing my SAR would reveal the names of Bexley council’s criminal bloggers, the council has told the Information Commissioner (IC) that it does not wish to fulfill their obligations for legal reasons, quoting schedule 7.10 of the Data Protection Act. Schedule 7.10 was not put in place to protect the identities of criminals. The IC does not appear to be hugely impressed but time will no doubt tell. Meanwhile the hunt for Bexley’s criminals goes on while the council tailors its next plan for the avoidance of justice.
For the record, no councillor has yet disassociated themselves from the criminal blog. One thought it was a harmless bit of fun, all are diminished by the actions of the few. We appear to have not one single councillor of honour and integrity.
For newcomers the obscene blog may be seen here. Password protected to prevent search engine indexing and unintentional viewing. User name teresaandwill. Password mustknow. Case sensitive.