Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Now we can't even receive an email and attachments twice sent, and if Declan can't sign the attachments he could be prosecuted or N4CM removed from the UK's Companies House register of companies

Mayor of London Boris Johnson

Last night a programme that allowed me to open particular email attachments was uninstalled from Declan's laptop. I had to find the programme on the internet and reinstall what Declan had been using only hours earlier. It was the second time in a little over a month that we have had items deleted from a laptop (see blog post of 20 August, "I thought I could start work on Margaret Sanger's writings this morning. Not at all, they were all deleted overnight").

This morning we woke up to an email in Declan's inbox without its attachments. Even with a company representative on hold over the telephone, who assured us that she had sent the email a second time at 8.43am, we couldn't receive the email with or without its attachments. This is something Declan was well used to when he used to look for Honorary Associates and signatories for our online petition (now signed by 29 Nobel Laureates), but in this instance the ramifications are seismic if he cannot sign these attachments in so far as he could be prosecuted or Network for Church Monitoring (N4CM) removed from the UK's Companies House register of companies.

Interception and manipulation of electronic communications are just two of several issues Declan deals with in his complaint to the United Nations that he is currently updating. Earlier this month he filed a case against the Mayor of London's Greater London Authority (GLA) at the Central London County Court. In my next blog post I will publish an extract from the updated complaint to the UN dealing with the GLA's termination of our eligibility for our flat without the right of review or appeal.

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