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To: Boris Johnson

mayor@london.gov.uk

 

 

Dear Boris,

 

First may I say that I love what you’re about and think you’re a much better Mayor than Ken Livingstone. I am writing to ask for your help with a legal matter stemming from an incident that happened whilst I was cycling to raise money to help the needy. I thought you may like to offer assistance. My good friend James swears he saw you cycle up the Kings Road regularly.

 

In October 2008 I set off from the Centre of Britain to the South coast of England to raise money for Local Animal Welfare. On day 10 I was in Ayelsbury near London about three quarters of the whole journey distance. I stopped to ask directions and then spent the afternoon chatting with street people, religious preachers and recharging my batteries. I was later questioned, arrested and beaten up by more than two police officers! For my own defence whilst handcuffed in custody the alleged assault took place. I was charged with two accounts of offence, and also of that I was drunk. The case will be heard in court mid Janruary. I plan to tell the truth, contradicting the police’s statements and prove my plea of not guilty. I will also seek disciplinary action against the officers for using unnecessary force and bully tactics.

I was given the impression… these officers had taken anabolic steroids

 

 

Please feel free to read both sides of the story on my personal website at www.dbradleyvspolice.gadaboutlife.co.uk

 

I chose to represent myself after being given false information by the duty solicitor at the previous hearing on a matter relating to my plee. I am worried without formal legal backings the court will steam roll me thru the system. Comparatively, I do not feel the judicial system appropriate for this case as in it is a matter of internal affairs. Therefore I seek support from a figure of moral stature with prominent legal bearing to ensure my case be heard in court. You Sir, could be that person!

I read you stood up to this establishment in the news recently and that you abhor injustice. Please vouch for my position that this matter should be suitably resolved. I understand that you cannot advocate my innocence nor the guilt of those arresting, as you were not there at the time nor do you know the people involved. But if you pledge support for justice to be done, I am confident the majistrate will take notice and then advise me of how to proceed with a comlaint against the Police force itself. I shall not settle with walking scot free. I want something done to stop the police behaving like they did towards innocent people of the public!

 

 

May I just round off saying that after tasting the welcome of drop in centres and free food outlets on my hasty 300 mile charity trip I was left dismayed on my two nights stay at Ayelsbury Constabulary; and the method of conduct apparently encouraged from senior members of the force.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Domenic Bradley

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