Whitchurch Heath Common.
Site Ref: 15WV3. Grid reference: SJ 558368. Total area: 21.68 ha 53.57 ac.
Rights of Way champion, Tony Barnett, is scheduled to pay costs of his last "freedom" trial on December 19 2011. He explains the background to the trial and why he is determined not to pay
- "MY TIME TO PAY THE COSTS IS THE 19-12-011. THIS WILL NEVER BE COMPLIED WITH. I HAVE A RIGHT TO A FULL HEARING WHERE MY INSTRUCTIONS WILL BE COMPLIED WITH. UNTIL THEN I AM AN UNLAWFULLY CONVICTED MEMBER OF THIS COUNTRY.
- "I HAVE GIVEN INSTRUCTIONS TO THE LEGAL OMBUDSMAN TO TAKE MEASURES TO APPLY FOR A NEW TRIAL, AND FOR MY INSTRUCTIONS TO BE COMPLIED WITH, THEY WERE/ARE:-
To read Tony Barnett's explanation of the background to the trial, his comments on the trial and his future plans CLICK HERE
Steve Yandall calls for Ministers to investigate Tony Barnett's allegations of autocratic and centralised unlawfullness to your attention.
He has written to the Rt.Hon.Caroline Spelman, Eric Pickles, Nick Herbert, George Osborne and David Cameron.
"I urge you to investigate possibly the UK's greatest heritage (Common Land represents an 800yr heritage within that) and the glue which links us one to the other."
Says Steve Yandall
It is with a sense of democratic disempowerment that I bring yet another chain of allegations of autocratic and centralised unlawfullness to your attention.
These are focused on the already powerful adopting powers to which they have no right and influencing the police and less well informed judiciary to act as vehicles for enforcement!
Please read, my friend,Tony Barnett's* very serious allegations which have, over 8 years,failed to be addressed and which have some commonality with my own experiences in that ANY case studies of centralised unlawfullness fail to be addressed and thus the institutional establishment of ANY PRACTISE achieving agenda targets, rather than best practise, are deeply rooted.
It was also, with some surprise and disbelief, that Tony related to me the fact that grant funders and the Charity Commission stated that they could not investigate. Power cannot be assumed. Respect must be earned and equality,under the law, reestablished or the right to judge the 'common' man is forfeited.
Your inheritance from a Labour administration appears to be insurmountable unless you act now to support your professed 'big society' and'localism' objectives. If accountability within the law cannot be implanted within those paid through the public purse then accountability on any basis is lost.
I urge you to investigate as the law is,possibly, the UK's greatest heritage (Common Land represents an 800yr heritage within that) and the glue which links us one to the other.