5th June 16:32
MI5 * Persecution (plaint) - Bindman and Partners, Solicitors
Bindman and Partners, Solicitors
As early as the start of 1995 I was in communication with a local lawyer to attempt to identify the "persecutors". In
My three-page letter to Mr Lewis (dated 23 January 1996) went into quite a lot of detail about what had happened at my former
employers in Oxford in 1992, and the external-to-the-company stimulus to that harassment. I also described the BA incident in
June 1993, and suggested that Mr Lewis's firm could represent me in a legal action, either against my former employers, or against
one of the organisations which had been molesting me.
Robin Lewis's reply was brief in the extreme, and is reproduced here.
My reply (dated 11 February 1996) said I was "disappointed to receive your insultingly brusque reply to my letter and would ask
you to look again at the matter." To which Mr Lewis replied;
I wrote to him again on 29 February 1996; he replied as follows.
On 29 March 1996, and again on 21 April 1996, I did again write to Robin Lewis, but he did not reply.
Three years later, on 25 May 1999, I again wrote to Bindmans, following a referral from MIND's legal department. Again I wrote,
this time to Nick Braithwaite, with a detailed statement; and again they sent a reply terse to the point of rudeness.
On the phone I suggested to Mr Braithwaite that his refusal to take my instructions was due to prejudice against the mentally ill.
He spluttered and coughed, and said words to the effect that he usually found that a mentally ill person's complaint would be a
product of their delusion.
At the time of writing (April 2000) I have completely given up on the "lawyer option", having tried and failed repeatedly to
secure the assistance of the legal profession.