The Appeal letter finally went off to the IPCC this morning
after a 4:30 start to find and print all the Appendices.
An eight page letter and 28 A4 documents some of them double sided. £2·40 for Recorded
Delivery. I couldn’t find any facility on the IPCC website that allowed
electronic upload of masses of documents.
The enclosures included little gems of evidence like the Bexley police officer who told me that nothing interesting was found on Councillor Craske’s computer when forensics had reported otherwise three months earlier.
The officer who said there had been political interference, then denied it, then owned up to the DPS that there had been and then the DPS simply dropped all enquiries into it.
And for good measure the letter from Chief Executive Will Tuckley’s to the police recommending that they prosecute me for allowing BiB readers to read the passworded file. They were all desperate to deflect attention from Cabinet Member Peter Craske. Not a single police officer did anything wrong.
In a year’s time today’s letter may reach the top of the IPCC’s pile. Once that happens the Appeal letter will probably be posted alongside all the other ‘obscene blog’ documents.