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Devon & Cornwall Police conspiracy to pervert the course of justice by FRAUDULENT report to CPS
by Detective Inspector Colin DRAPER, offences at Caradon District Council.
Alan Hartridge, 5 Victoria Ter, Liskeard, PL14 4DL, falsified planning committee minutes, and more.
A nasty, lying little shit, solicitor, Michael Tolley, wrote reports so blatantly untrue, "LIAR & PERJURER" broke him.
D&CP Special Branch destroyed me.
So I created (R)evolution concept.

Cast of Characters

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Tim WILMOT - planning applicant
Chief Inspector BISSET - obstructive local police
Colin BREED, MP - Chairman, Planning Committee, 1988-1990
Mike BULLOCK - Environmental Health Officer from 1989
Vivian CARNE - solicitor, Callington
Andrew CHUBB, His Honour Judge - the late-lamented
Eric DISTIN - Chairman of Caradon District Council
Colin DRAPER, Detective Inspector - Police Report to CPS
Jeremy GIST - Callington Town Councillor
Alan HARTRIDGE - Chief Planning Officer
Neil HARVEY - Senior Planning Assistant
John INMAN - Environmental Health Officer until 01 JAN 89
Tony KNOTT - Caradon District Councillor
David NEWELL - Chief Executive - 1990-1993
Roger SCREECH - Cornwall County Councillor
Michael TOLLEY - Solicitor to Caradon District Council
Inspector WEYMOUTH - initial complaint evaluation
Superintendent X - Blackmailer of Tim Wilmot's Father
Lieutenant Commander Rod Wilmot, DSO, RN, Retd - Tim Wilmot's Father
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Tim Wilmot - the planning applicant
Aged 31 in 1988, Tim Wilmot was a small businessman from a military and farming background. Having run shops for a while, dealing in antiques, junk, hardware, bottled gas, etc, he had sold his shop rather well at the beginning of the property boom, and began buying properties in SE Cornwall. His roots were deep in the earth of an old country estate, which due to punitive government legislation, now provided minimal employment, which seemed ridiculous to Tim Wilmot. His intention was to develop ways to revitalise the countryside, do it with minimal money, and no government 'help ( hindrance ), and have great fun with lots of other people. But for the criminal actions of Caradon District Council, who knows what he might have achieved? As it is, he is ruined and discredited, has no access to justice, and after long, deep thinking, he is now engaged on a fast to the death to raise awareness about how the executive really works.

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Chief Inspector Bisset - obstructive local police
Bisset made it very clear to Tim Wilmot that he would obstruct his route to justice in any way he could. Which is why Inspector Weymouth said: "This stinks! I will recommend to the Chief Constable that the case be reopened!"

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Colin BREED, MP - Chairman, Planning Committee, 1988-1990
Later elevated to Lib Dem MP for South East Cornwall from 1997-2010, Colin Breed was Chairman of the Planning Committee in 1988, when Tim Wilmot's application was heard. Although repeatedly informed of criminal offences, he was bought by council officers very early on, and is a solid member of the cover-up conspiracy. Email address wanted.
Colin BREED, MP - Chairman, Planning Committee, 1988-1990

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Mike Bullock - Environmental Health Officer from 1989
Mr Bullock was a very different officer to John Inman. He held a site meeting at Target with Tim Wilmot, and fully backed Tim Wilmot's alternative construction methods. Bullock wrote two memos to the Chief Planning Officer, but was blocked on both occasions. These memos, and replies, were in the 1992 Police Report Evidence File.

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Vivian CARNE - Solicitor, Callington
Distin appointed Vivian Carne , a solicitor from Callington, to look through the planning file, and mediate, while the Council were waiting to see what happened to Tim Wilmot's counterclaim. Carne recommended that Tim Wilmot's refused planning application be restored to the approval position on the evening of 03 OCT 88. As the recommendation demolished Caradon's cover-up at a stroke, it was rejected by the secret Emergency Committee.

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Andrew CHUBB, His Honour Judge - the late-lamented
Chubb died in a fireball of flame, possibly murdered. He was prosecuting barrister in Tim Wilmot's Crown Court Trial. At the first Trial, when Tim Wilmot widened the evidence to include Caradon corruptions, the Trial Judge and Chubb immediately halted the Trial. Part of the evidence for the trial was the Police Report to the CPS. A page of the evidence file of that report was a document by Tim Wilmot invoking the ancient Law of Karma. Tim Wilmot merely observes that a remarkably high percentage of lawyers who attacked him as part of the establishment cover-up have had unpleasant and unexpected career terminations. Karma is the only law that never changes, is completely impartial, and may be summed up as "What you put out, comes back!" Zen says that, in comparison, english law is primitive, medieval, fear-based, and adversarial. Suitable only for backward societies who live in fear, and restrict truth.

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Eric Distin - Chairman of Caradon District Council - 1991
Distin was 25% of the Emergency Committee - a secret committee that kept no written records of it's deliberations, and the other 75% were all officers accused by Tim Wilmot of serious criminal offences. Distin attempted to assist police at Tim Wilmot's Crown Court trial in 1994, and was comprehensively shredded. At the very least, he is a criminal conspirator in a cover-up of criminal offences. As time allows, Tim Wilmot will add further details of Distin's part in how Caradon launched a fraudulent injunction in 1991, and avoided answering the serious charges in Tim Wilmot's counterclaim. Distin appointed Vivian Carne , a solicitor from Callington, to look through the planning file, and mediate, while the Council were waiting to see what happened to Tim Wilmot's counterclaim. Carne recommended that Tim Wilmot's refused planning application be restored to the approval position on the evening of 03 OCT 88. As this would have totally destroyed the cover-up, and empowered Tim Wilmot to continue his allegations, it was rejected by the Emergency Committee as "no realistic solution was forthcoming!"

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Colin DRAPER, Detective Inspector - Police Report to CPS
Initially impressive, Draper vanished, leaving behind a Report to the CPS which is a tissue of lies, and a document of disgrace to Devon & Cornwall Police. Tim Wilmot and Draper sat across a desk for two whole days. Tim Wilmot says that you get to know a man in that time, and Draper was not simply going through the motions - he was tenacious, like a terrier with a rat. Draper promised liason throughout the investigation, where points could be clarified as needed. None took place. As Draper left at the end of the second day, he said "When I get to Caradon, THAT is when the lying will start!" Tim Wilmot had no idea that Draper himself would lie so blatantly. After an investigation lasting nine months, his report went to the CPS. After a long delay, Tim Wilmot received two letters; one said that there was insufficient evidence for criminal charges, while the other said there was no evidence of any criminal offences. Normally the public never read police reports to the CPS, but during the initial hearings for Tim Wilmot's Threats to Kill trial, he asked for the report, and to his amazement, he got it. And what a mine of information it was! It proved that Caradon had witheld vital documents from Police, and altered the text of others. Needless to say, Police have consistently blocked any review of the reports conclusions because to alter it in any way, is to admit liability for the ruination of a man by deliberate police lies. For in spite of Inspector Weymouth's "This stink!", not one point of danger to Caradon was mentioned by Draper, and Tim Wilmot was portrayed as a lone nutcase, as the three councillors supporting him in the Public Interest were not mentioned either. Email address wanted.

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Jeremy GIST - Callington Town Councillor
An experienced town councillor and Portreeve ( Mayor ), he put his name to a private prosecution of Caradon Solicitor Tolley with Roger Screech. Gist wrote this on 28 APR 10:- "I don't believe that anything has transpired to make me change my mind on this issue and I have nothing to add or anything I wish to detract from the original statement. I would like to wish Tim all the very best in his endeavours and wish him well."

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Alan HARTRIDGE - Chief Planning Officer
Originally known as Chief Planning Officer ( but Planning Officer in the minutes), he was later elevated to Director of Planning Services. Tim Wilmot refers to him as Chief Planning Officer throughout to avoid confusion. On 03 OCT 88, Alan Hartridge embarked on a series of deceitful and criminal acts designed to prevent the issuing of a planning permission consent notice upon an approved application. This included falsification of the official Planning Committee Minutes. Caught red-handed, he lied throughout, engaging in a criminal conspiracy with other council officers. When Tim Wilmot was destroyed, he set about attacking in exactly the same way Councillor Tony Knott - a district councillor who had overcome his fear of Hartridge and the executive officers, to the point where he swore an affidavit accusing Hartridge of criminal offences. Knott was in the process of building a house - Hartridge got the permission removed, and had a bulldozer put through it. Tel: 01.579.347.046 - Address:- 5 Victoria Terrace, Liskeard, PL14 4DL. alan.hartridge@plymouth.gov.uk

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Neil HARVEY - Senior Planning Assistant
Branded as 'incompetent' by Mr Tolley, Harvey was used as the scapegoat. However his File Note of the agreement reached on the phone on 29 NOV 88 proved to be a vital document. So vital was it, Mr Tolley 'forgot' to either mention it in his reports, or hand it to the police investigation.

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John Inman - Environmental Health Officer until 01 JAN 89
Due to retire at Christmas 1988, John Inman had his balls chewed by the Chief Planning Officer for daring to agree with Tim Wilmot's suggestion at the 03 OCT 88 site meeting that any gas issues be dealt with at detailed stage, not outline. He wrote the 'scare' report of landfill gas for the 06 FEB Planning Committee Meeting.

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Tony KNOTT - Caradon District Councillor
Tony was councillor for Calstock, and his wife, Julie, had a shop in Callington. As Tim Wilmot began to make his allegations, it was Julie who welcomed him into her shop, and believed him. Tony was cautious for a long time. First, Tim Wilmot thinks, because of an in-built fear of authority. Second, because he intended making planning applications, and was frightened that Hartridge would attack him. By 1992 he was willing to put his name to a private prosecution of Tolley the solicitor that Tim Wilmot drafted. This prosecution was designed to be incredibly easy to succeed, as it focused on one lying line in one of Mr Tolley's reports. Knott said he would do it if two other councillors known to him as reliable ( not on Caradon ) joined him. They agreed. Then fear got the better of him, and he withdrew. This demonstrates the kind of fear that Hartridge caused in one of his own councillors. When Tim Wilmot sued Caradon in 1993, Knott signed an affidavit in support against Caradon. In the same year, Hartridge tried for revocation, but was refused. Continuing to orchestrate revenge, in 1996 Hartridge succeeded in getting revocations. Finally, in 2002, Hartridge bulldozed Knott's home, leading to his early death just three days later. Julie will confirm all of this. Email:- theknottfamily@yahoo.co.uk

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David Newell - Chief Executive - 1990-1993
Newell was a former planning officer, a whizz kid who knew right from the moment he arrived what the score was. Although he was careful not to leave much of a paper trail, he was definitely deep into the cover-up. As a member of the Emergency Committee, he cannot escape being considered one of the cover-up conspirators.

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Roger SCREECH - Cornwall County Councillor
Roger Screech - although not a district councillor - immediately saw there was something seriously wrong. He gave tremendous support throughout, including attending a meeting with Caradon officers with Tim Wilmot, recording the lies told at that meeting, and putting his name to private prosecutions of council officers.

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Michael TOLLEY - Solicitor to Caradon District Council
Originally plain Solicitor, Tolley was elevated to Director of Administration and Monitoring Officer. To avoid confusion, Tim Wilmot refers to him as Tolley throughout. Put simply, Mr Tolley tried every trick in the book to get TW to cease putting the law first, and put his own interest first. He failed. His cover-up reports were so incompetent that Tim Wilmot literally broke him psychologically by publicly displaying placards accusing Mr Tolley of being a "LIAR & PERJURER". Far from suing Mr Wilmot, Mr Tolley was reduced to spraying the sign with aerosol paint, covering up with paint what he knew he could not cover-up in a court. His reports to the Council, which cleared Mr Hartridge with whitewash, are so easily visible as lies that Councillors Screech and Gist put their names to a private prosecution of Mr Tolley in the Public Interest. He was also caught redhanded by Screech altering the text of a File Note dated 18 JUL 91. Tolley became extremely ill after these events, and came close to death. "What you put out, comes back!" Email address wanted.

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Inspector Weymouth - Initial Evaluation of Complaint
When in late 1991, TW complained to Devon & Cornwall Police Force HQ about the blocking going on by Liskeard Police, Weymouth was sent to make an initial evaluation. It took him less than an hour to respond with "This stinks! I will recommend to the Chief Constable that the case be reopened!"

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Superintendent X - Blackmailer of Tim Wilmot's Father
TW cannot remember his name, but he replaced Chief Inspector Bissett. Research suggested that he had been trained in the US by the FBI, and that he was probably Special Branch. That such an exotic officer was based at Liskeard as a direct result of TW's allegations suggests that police were taking no chances. As he arrived parallel to Detective Inspector Draper's cover-up report to CPS, it suggests a high level containment policy. TW discovered in 2005 that he was blackmailing TW's father on the basis that 1. there was no truth whatsoever in any of the allegations, and 2. if the father did not stop TW making allegations, police would see that TW was sectioned under the Mental Health Act. Massive pressure from his father lead TW to vent his anger on an inaminate object for no more than 30 seconds ( he kicked a bucket ), during which he said a few choice words such as how he would like to kill the bastards who had ruined his business. Having done exactly the right thing psychologically, TW went back to learning law to sue Caradon. Police arrested TW, searched his farm with 25 ( yes, 25 ) officers, and laid criminal charges for Threats to Kill. A Crown Court Trial partially backfired on the police, as TW got the Police Report to the CPS, and Distin revealed the existence of the Emergency Committee - so it was not all bad. Had TW been aware in 1994 that his father was being blackmailed, he believes that it is unlikely that he would have been convicted ( 9 months suspended ). Can anyone name him?


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Lieutenant Commander Rod Wilmot, DSO, RN, Retd -
Tim Wilmot's Father

Tim Wilmot's father went to Dartmouth in 1936 aged 13, and was 16 when the Second World War began. As a Midshipman, he was transfered from HMS HOOD about three weeks before she was blown up by Bismarck. There were only three survivors, and my father was a friend of one - Midshipman Dundas.

My father trained as a submarine officer, and was on the last two of the three wartime commissions of HMS Torbay. This submarine was made famous on the first commission, when Commander Miers won his VC in the Mediterranean. The second was also in the Mediterranean, while the third was in the Far East, and included the landing of Force 136 personnel in Malaya.

Had the war continued a little longer, my father would have commanded his own submarine in war. He ended the war as First Lieutenant of HMS Torbay, and was in command after the captain left, and Torbay was waiting to be broken up. He kept a number of items from Torbay in 1945, which he returned to the new HMS Torbay in 19

He did command submarines after WW2, the most famous being HMS Seraph, which was the film "The Ship with Two Captains" ( when a British submarine pretended to be American, because the Vichy French in North Africa would only speak with American officers prior to the invasion by the First Army in Operation Torch ( NOV 42 ), and also Operation Mincemeat ( film "The Man Who Never Was" ). My father commanded her in the 1950s at Portland, when secret anti-submarine trials were being conducted.

My father retired in 1956 to get married, effectively to be farm manager for my mother.

My father was not a man with much guile. If an officer and a gentleman said something in the navy, it was understood to be true.

When a senior officer and a "gentleman" in the police spoke to my father, he was blissfully determined to ignore everything his son said, and trust that authority would not lie.

He was greatly impressed by the gold braid on the superintendent's cap.

My father was putty in that policeman's hands.

In 1993 I was prosecuted by police as a direct result of Special Branch blackmail of my father.

Had I known of that blackmail, I could have easily beaten the police ( as I did when I shredded their other star witness, Eric Distin ).

From my conviction in 1993 until my father died in January 2011, we never spoke again.

As the rest of my family followed my father's lead, believing the police version that I was "mental", we never speak either.

THIS is what lying police achieve.

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