You can read the letter by clicking on the images below. My first observation is that they appear to have dropped the witness intimidation angle. They have at least shown that much good sense, but there is a problem here below. PC 2948 Jackson states that "In September 2013 CPS direct were consulted in relation to this and they have requested that this be brought to your attention believing Mr North is in contempt of court by posting the statement on his blog which is accessible to the public."
In this statement PC Jackson makes a liar of herself. On the 1st of September, a plodette from A&S telephoned me to tell me that I was potentially in contempt of court because of this publication and that I may face charges unless I took it down. Showing her ignorance of internet she referred to the blog as a website and could not provide me with the specific URL. She made reference only to a scanned document - of which there are many. I told her that I would investigate as soon as I could reach a computer but asked her to clarify. She never called back. In good faith, I eventually found the offending blog post and, as per her request, took it down and it has not been accessible to the public for many months. No mention whatsoever was made of the Youtube video.
So not only have Avon & Somerset broken an agreement in pressing for this to be considered, they have omitted this and claim that the document is still available to the public which makes them and PC Jackson dishonourable to say the least, but in this instance - outright liars. But at least now the judge will watch the Youtube video and read the blog. He will be able to review the evidence for himself. Something which the police have never done - and persistently refused to. Avon & Somerset Police should reflect. Had they done their jobs in the first place, we wouldn't even be here.
I notice they do not supply the exact URL where the alleged post is located - only the blog address. Why? Because it isn't there. Also interesting note how much energy A&S plod are devoting to this, just for a mere pleb who cut off a clamp. What are they afraid of? It would have taken less effort to investigate the bailiff fraud.