Dear Mr Travers
This comes to you in the wake of telephone conversations between my solicitor Mr Aseem Taj and Colindale Police, regarding the online exposure of the concealment of serious crimes against children in LB Camden. It involves several of your agencies and employees.
I am accused of having published a document that I categorically deny. I was always following a lawful course of action to get two children returned to their Russian mother and grandparents, after Barnet Police took them on 11 September 2014.
Against me, a supposed ‘warrant for arrest’ was followed by ‘wanted for discussion’ and ‘bail conditions’. This perversion of justice is an abuse of power and position and misconduct in public office. For it is clear that this 8-year-old boy and his 9-year-old sister are two of some 20 children who have been suffering regularly from 60 or 70 adults, not counting the murders of babies allegedly having taken place.
In December 2014, I brought the ‘whistleblower kids’ to the attention of all councillors with a link to the same videos with which I also alerted the Home Secretary. After the mother’s issues were ignored by Dame Anna Pauffley in the High Court, an internet explosion should have ensured that you got an email every time somebody signed the petition “Return the Whistleblower Kids and Abuse Survivors to their Russian Family”. The popular response proves the veracity of the children’s allegations, even though they sound soo un-believable to normal human beings. Continue reading