Tony Farrell witholds council tax

Tony Farrell witholds council tax

Postby holy vehm » Fri Oct 05, 2012 10:01 am

Former Senior Intelligence Analyst for Suth Yorkshire police Tony Farrell has sent this letter to his local Council. It alludes to Article 15 of the Terrorism Act 2000 [TACT] which states: 15 Fund-raising. (1)A person commits an offence if he— (A) Invites another to provide money or other property, and (b) Intends that it should be used, or has reasonable cause to suspect that it may be used, for the purposes of terrorism.

1st August 2012



Dear Sir/Madam


I refer to your letter of 7th March 2012, my summons before a magistrate court on 14th June 2012 for non-payment of Council Tax and your continued attempts to pressurise me into committing a criminal offence under the above act. As outlined in my letter of 5th March 2012, I refuse point blank to pay my council tax. I will not budge on this issue until and unless justice is seen to be done with respect to my unfair dismissal from South Yorkshire Police. Recall that I was sacked for telling the truth when tasked to assess the strategic threat. In that assignment back in July 2010, I was obliged to cover the threat from terrorism. As the analyst, it was my assignment and SYP shot the messenger when I told them the truth.

By now it should be abundantly clear to not only your department in Barnsley MBC, but also South Yorkshire Police, Sheffield Employment Tribunal, the Employment Appeal Tribunal, the Court of Appeal in London and the Westminster Parliamentary list that I had and still have reasonable cause to suspect the government’s involvement and concealment of the London Bombings atrocities of 7th July 2005 (7/7).

What is more, South Yorkshire Police come directly under suspicion for their suspected participation in the wider false flag operation which involved the murder of 57 of our own citizens. Shamefully this act of terror was blamed on four innocent Muslims as part of a putrid counter-terrorism strategy which is demonising Muslims in the UK. The abject failure of my former employer’s to deal appropriately with their Principal Intelligence Analyst on the 5th anniversary of the bombings provides me with reasonable cause to suspect them in the concealment of terrorist activity. That is not all.

More specifically, besides their abject failure to investigate the analysis on offer from terrorism, I would point to three other distinct areas where I have direct reasonable cause to suspect their involvement in the cover up and concealment of monstrous state terrorist crimes against democracy.

Firstly, my former line manager Detective Chief Inspector Steve Williams (still a serving police officer) was on the terror drill exercise in London on 7/7. This much he told me on the fifth anniversary of 7/7 where he candidly described to me how it morphed into the real thing on the day.
Secondly in 2005 former Chief Constable Meredydd Hughes led the ACPO team coordinating the England and Wales resources for the G8 Summit at Gleneagles, and played a leading role in the national response (cover-up and concealment) to the 7 July 2005 London bombings. Source
Thirdly, Sheffield (home of SYP HQ) was the target for bomb scare incidents on 5th July 2005 and 11th July 2005 – a fact that is far more indicative of being involved in a false flag operation than being a victim of the absurd government story the “Goyim” are continually expected to swallow.

It is sad for me to have to write these shocking things about my previous employers, but I feel compelled to expose the corruption within. Shamefully, South Yorkshire Police continue to conceal the truth about the Hillsborough disaster even after 23 years and have played their evil part in the perverted and unjust decision to imprison mother Vicky Haigh in an extraordinary child abuse case in Doncaster. Their dirty deeds need exposing as does wider police corruption.

I had a duty of care to tell the truth in 2010 about the terror threat and now I have a moral obligation to withhold my council taxes under Section 15(iii) of the Terrorism Act 2000. If I were to pay these outstanding taxes(which I won’t), SYP knowing full well that I have reasonable cause to suspect them, would be duty bound to arrest me under this Act as a proportion of my payment would go to an organisation that I am on record as suspecting of being engaged in the concealment of terrorist activity. As mentioned in my previous letter, the Home Office have confirmed in writing that there can be no exemptions.

If you doubt the genuineness and the reasonableness of what I am saying, I would invite you to view the DVDs enclosed in the package I will send you or alternatively, I invite you now to read and digest the PDF file attached with this emailed letter which provides stark analysis of the London Bombings sham.

Please do not delude yourself that I can be pressurised into committing an offence under this act. All your efforts will be in vain. Here I stand, I can do no other.

Yours Faithfully

Tony Farrell
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Re: Tony Farrell witholds council tax

Postby squark » Fri Oct 05, 2012 10:45 am

Telling it straight!

I'd stand up along side that man , wouldn't you?
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Re: Tony Farrell witholds council tax

Postby frogmanbrabs » Fri Oct 05, 2012 11:03 am

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Re: Tony Farrell witholds council tax

Postby musashi » Fri Oct 05, 2012 2:18 pm

In a stand of this nature is it not incumbent upon Tony (and others) to lay criminal charges against the collectors of taxes? Naturally there will be much in the background which I am unaware of, but .....

The argument which admonishes him does so by incriminating others. This being so, a counter claim is more than indicated - it is an absolute requirement under law. Anyone can report a crime, as we know, and failing to report a crime we know of makes us accessories and guilty of the same offence.

Those who are withholding council tax, as far as I have seen so far, are passively waiting to be legally challenged when, perhaps, they should strike first with criminal complaints. If my defence is that your claim against me is based on criminal action then I would be sensible, as well as lawfully compliant, to report the alleged crime, demand an investigation of my claim and withhold payments at least until the criminal investigation decides one way or the other. If the collection of an alleged debt is the subject of a criminal investigation then surely that collection must be suspended until the criminality of it, or otherwise, is properly established.

Some among us have begun to use one aspect of the system to work against another - for example, setting Health & Safety onto the police when they have been forced to go into a filthy, urine-soaked police cell when a clean one was available. So why not setting the police onto the council for raising revenues for terrorist activities? It seems the logical path - in this instance, at least. If nothing else, it adds validity to the defence. Tony Farrell seems uniquely placed to do this.

Passive resistance and waiting to be attacked has been our hallmark - perhaps a change is indicated.

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Re: Tony Farrell witholds council tax

Postby Prajna » Tue Oct 09, 2012 7:19 pm

At 5pm on Sunday 30th September 2012, I pressed the button of a door outside Digbeth Police Station in Birmingham as the building was closed to the public. Over the phone system, I spoke to an operative and told them I was presenting myself for arrest under Section 15 iii of the Terrorism Act 2000. The operative took some details and told me to wait for assistance. Within 5 minutes, three police cars pulled up outside and five uniformed police got out of their vehicles.

An addendum:

Tony handed himself in. Nice one Tony.

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