To: EU Chairman of Committee on Petitions (Mr
Department of Social Security Minister (Mr. Andrew Smith) <email@example.com>,
European Union Court of Justice <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
of Ireland Lawyer <email@example.com>,
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Subject: Letter to the London Police which was delivered
but not received ???
Date: Tue, 04 Mar 2003 17:05:01 +0000
To: Mr Gemelli (European Parliament Chairman of Committee
Your reference: Petition 809/2001
Dear Mr Gemelli,
Following months of very tiresome and expensive effort, I
recently received evidence from the UK Royal Mail service that the
letter connected with political, legal, and corporate corruption
which I sent to the London Metropolitan Police Service on October
26th 2002 was in fact successfully delivered to them at New Scotland
Yard on October 28th 2002.
Very bizarrely (in my view) the London Metropolitan Police
Service have informed me by e-mail on a number of occasions since
October 28th 2002 that they had "no record of the letter".
Consequently, and quite avoidably, I have also wasted a lot of time and
money seeking compensation for loss of the letter in question which
contained two CD ROMs, and which was insured for consequential loss of
Additional information regarding the above matter can be
found at the following Internet page address:
As I believe that behaviour of the kind outlined above is symptomatic of political, legal, and corporate corruption,
I would be very grateful if you would please include this piece of additional evidence of rampant corruption by people
holding high office with the other evidence I have already related to
you in connection with Petition 809/2001.
I trust you will ensure that the above matter is
thoroughly investigated under the terms of Petition 809/2001.
I would be very grateful if you would please confirm
receipt of this e-mail by replying to the following two e-mail addresses
I would like to take this opportunity to point out that as
a direct result of the unexpectedly long time it is taking to
process the complaints I have earlier lodged under Petition 809/2001,
I am now receiving medical treatment for reactive depression. For
evidence of this please see Internet page address:
As I trust you will understand, I have throughout been
very conscious of the assurance given in Article 41, Item 1 of
the CHARTER OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION that
my petition affairs would be dealt with "within a reasonable time by
the institutions". Unfortunately, it seems to me that this
assurance is not being met: and hence the "reactive depression" I am
now receiving medical treatment for.
Mr William Finnerty.