Dear Sir Ken Macdonald QC
I feel compelled to write this letter to you with the hope that you get to read it due to the fact that the decision to charge or release me over my arrest on ‘suspicion of stirring up racial hatred’ rests solely in your hands now.
I have been on Police bail all year with this matter hanging over me, and my last bail date when I was due to find out what was going to happen to me has passed with me not hearing a word from the Police or my Solicitor about your decision so I am sitting in limbo land with my foreseeable future whatever way it goes in your hands.
I know that you are stepping down in 10 days time but this dropped on your desk under your watch, so it is your responsibility to make the decision and not pass the buck.
I think as a British citizen I have a right to know what the British State wishes to do with me after the 8 months you have had me under arrest and on Police bail, and the months leading up to my arrest where the Police had been investigating me.
Also whilst the British State plays about behind the scenes working out what to do with me it is breaching my ‘human rights’ in many different ways, especially considering every part of the National infrastructure of the Country has been breached.
The British homeland is no longer safe for the common man like me and that is one of the reasons why I am now under arrest for my blog and the subsequent breaching of my human rights.
From what my legal team has told me, the investigating officer has put forward that there is no case to answer with regards to this charge that I have been arrested for yet I still sit on Police bail not knowing what is going to happen to me because you are the one who has the final say on these types of criminal charges.
I was told that as the head of the Crown Prosecution Service it is your responsibility to decide whether or not it is in the Public interest to charge the person and put them on trial.
In my personal opinion I believe that this matter is of such importance that it is in the Public interest to charge me and put me on trial based upon the information my blog contains.
I am either right or I am wrong in what I am saying through my blog based upon my own personal experiences and the truth about a large section of society within 21st Century Britain. In reality it does not get any more serious when you sit back and think what I am writing about considering it is about the life and future of the Nation, so please do the honourable thing for me and my homeland and let 12 members of the Public decide whether I am guilty or not of any crime.
Passing the buck onto your next in line is a cop out and I do not believe that those who put you in office chose you because of your weak personality, neither Her Majesty the Queen giving you a Knighthood, so I ask you personally to decide on my fate before you leave office.
I would also ask that for the sake of the Nation you charge me and put me on trial so that I can defend my view point in a British court of law which is one of our fundamental institutions that dictates the rule of law that underpins our democratic society.
If I am found guilty of any crime then I would accept the punishment handed down to me gladly.
If I am not put on trial then it will only be a matter of time before someone else is.
I am a voice speaking about ‘a’ perception of 21st Century life within the British Isles, if I am wrong in what I say then I should be in a psychiatric unit because it is all fantasy but even you know based on the evidence that what I write about is far from fantasy, and if I am right in what I am saying then the British State and the citizens of these Isles should seriously think about the present and the future life of the British Isles.
How can that not be in the Public interest?
I look forward to hearing from my legal team concerning your decision, and I do hope that I am not going to be re-bailed and left to your next in line.