Sunday, November 08, 2015

Access to our Church and State website denied

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Related post (25 October 2015): Our Church and State website is not accessible for the umpteenth time - this time it's too many hits from a strange user agent called Typhoeus [WITH UPDATE]

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Declan is currently working on his updated complaint to the United Nations under Article 19 (freedom of expression) of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. This is his paragraph 39:

Paragraph 39 of Declan's updated complaint to the United Nations

39. The Applicant and his wife do not have addictions or mental illness or behavioural issues. Their needs are solely related to the high levels of opposition and disruption they have encountered since moving to England in 2003 from Ireland to run a network of those abused by church (see paragraph 16 above). They have been employed by Network for Church Monitoring since 17 February 2014; nonetheless, the harassment and discrimination has continued unabated. The following illustrative examples (by no means exhaustive) have been cited in court papers and come from the last year alone:

(i) On 4 February 2015 the Department for Work and Pensions awarded the Applicant a consolatory payment of £100 for gross inconvenience resulting from the failure of the Department to issue him with a correct P60 for the tax year 2013/14. Such a consolatory payment is only made in very exceptional circumstances where the errors made are so severe or over such a protracted period of time that it causes the customer clear difficulties in the pursuit of benefits or pursuing a justified complaint.

(ii) On 27 March 2015 Family Mosaic Housing Association awarded the Applicant a statutory compensation payment (£225) for six months of delays with repair work on a bedroom ceiling leak that developed to five feet in length during heavy rain storms. Only following the intervention of the Housing Ombudsman (via the Applicant's local councillor) was the statutory payment finally transferred from the Applicant's rent account to his bank account on 18 June 2015, thereby avoiding the possible suspension or termination of his Housing Benefit claim by Newham Council.

(iii) At a hearing on 8 May 2015, the Central London County Court found sufficient evidence that SHP had acted unlawfully in holding or uploading information about the Applicant relating to his debts, his employment status and an alleged mental health condition and ordered it to pay damages to him for distress of £750 (see Annex 30, Greater London Authority: Order by County Court Judge Brooks, p. 82). Before court proceedings had been issued, SHP was forced to shred a support plan for the Applicant that alleged his and his wife's Church and State website appears "to demonstrate their thinking", that "they appear very grandiose in their thinking", and that "they both demonstrate symptoms of mental ill health".

(iv) On 26 August 2015 the Applicant discovered following a subject access request that GLA Clearing House had failed to comply with the County Court order dated 8 May 2015, which also requested that St Mungo's Broadway remove from its website the same information relating to his and his wife's debts, employment status and alleged mental health condition. The Applicant remains concerned from a fraud point of view that GLA Clearing House withholds inaccurate financial information about him and his wife which gives the misleading impression that their salaries constitute a debt that they have incurred. In fact, the money donated for their salaries for the past two years is no-recourse i.e. donations the donors do not expect money back for.

Heavey vs. Single Homeless Project

County Court Judge Brooks

Upon being satisfied that the Defendant has incorrectly recorded information about the Claimant as to financial position, employment status and that he potentially has mental health problems and upon the Defendant confirming that it will destroy all electronic and paper information that it retains on the Claimant and his wife, Maria Heavey, and upon the Defendant confirming that it will contact St Mungo's Broadway and request that it removes from its website any information about the Claimant and Maria Heavey in relation to debts that they have, their employment status and to specially remove the word "grandiose"... [Emphasis added]

Dated 8 May 2015

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Before Declan issued court proceedings against the Single Homeless Project for unlawfully holding or uploading information about him relating to his debts, his employment status and alleged grandiosity, the Chairman of Network for Church Monitoring, Dr Stephen Mumford, founder and President of the North Carolina-based Center for Research on Population and Security, provided the homeless charity with this strong rebuttal of their now fully discredited claim that both he and I are mentally ill:

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