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Bonkers Blog February 2014

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11 February (Part 1) - Bexley’s Head of Legal supports Bacon’s lies. Rebecca Sandhu too

TweetMick Barnbrook, prospective Independent candidate for Blackfen and Lamorbey in May 2014 put up this Tweet late yesterday. He didn’t tell me why but I think I can guess.

He has received a letter from Mr. Akin Alabi, Bexley’s head of Legal Services in support of the lying Cheryl Bacon. It says the police have confirmed they were accompanied by council staff when they spoke to five members of the public in the council chamber on 19th June 2013, which is a lie, and they asked them to leave which is another lie. The police said they knew what Bexley council was like because they read Bexley is Bonkers and asked what we proposed to do and I said we were going home.

My guess is that Mick will FOI the police for a copy of their statement, that the police will refuse it saying it is not in the public interest (to confirm that Bexley council lies constantly) and that sooner or later Chief Superintendent Peter Ayling’s name will join those of his illustrious predecessors on the desk of the Commissioner accused of Misconduct in Public Office.

Whilst Akin’s letter is a long one it is summed up by the penultimate paragraph.
Akin Alabi
Akin Alabi Rebecca SandhuWhy wouldn’t a legal officer want to “interview any other person”. Pretty obvious I would have thought. He doesn’t want to know the truth.

I know that honest councillors would be happy to tell Alabi the truth because they have both written to me and told me face to face. Mr. Akin Alabi is behaving like a man intent on pursuing a crooked path rather than one whose job it is to set high standards. And since she has not resigned over her name being associated with yet more Bexley council lies I think it is safe to say that Ms. Rebecca Sandhu is not an Independent Person but has fallen in with Bexley council’s lying ways as if she was born to it.

Thanks Mr. Alabi. More ammo for the Local Government Ombudsman.


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