Subject: Apparently I'm (now) able to announce it ...
From: Veronica
Date: 31/1/14 12:24 am
To: undisclosed-recipients:;

Last December, Michael Doherty obtained an Injunction against the Roman Catholic Bishop of London, John Arnold (whose father was a Freemason ... so what does that say about John Arnold?), and the Roman Catholic Church.

(We have evidence to suggest that it has been passed to the Vatican ... to deal with).

Background: All part & parcel of the sorry tale of corruption, that surrounds Michael's situation. Kicked off in relation to his original accusation that his daughter was being groomed over the Internet.

There is a "Roman Catholic" component to all this: When he went to pick up his daughter from school (he had custody of his daughter, at the time), he was told that he would not be allowed to take her home.

The school decided to get into bed with the S(ocial) S(ervices).

Michael did a Data Protection request, demanding copies of any information the Roman Catholic Diocese was keeping on him.

Request refused.

Bishop Arnold sent Michael an e-mail saying that the material was going to be destroyed.

Michael obtained an Injunction to stop them doing that, and served it during Mass at Westminster, just before Paganmas.

At a subsequent Hearing (to make the Injunction permanent) they claimed that they would not supply the material.

The reason they gave for withholding it was because it would give Michael the means to sue the Roman Catholic church.

Right. You can't have it because, if we gave it to you, you could sue us (successfully).

Presumably they can just say 3 "Hail Marys", while fingering some beads ... and they would be in the clear? (Isn't that the way it works?)

They lost the argument. The Injunction stays.