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If any of you thought I was exaggerating when I said the police are wilfully turning a blind eye to bailiff crime, here is the actual letter sent to me from Avon & Somerset plod. Note that not at any time did "Investigator" Peter Miller attempt to review the evidence in my possession, or even speak to me in person, or indeed examine the case notes held by Rundles. He has not been even remotely bothered to familiarise himself with the law.
He is essentially saying he's not going to look into the case because the court granted a Liability Order. He is saying fraud, intimidation and trespass against goods is fine, since in their view, a Liability Order is free licence to break the law, to any extent, without intervention by the police. He also states that only if an unrelated matter is resolved, in my favour, in court (the clamping) will he consider an investigation.
I call this corruption because I cannot think of any other word to describe it. This has too much in common with other examples of such breathtaking indifference I have seen, over the last year, to view it merely as incompetence. This adds to the growing body of evidence that suggests a high level strategic decision by the police to allow bailiff malpractice and fraud - and to throw the book at the victim if they dare to say no to fraudsters.