ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER DISCONTINUANCE.
DAY 4017: FRIDAY JUNE 1ST 2012.
I turned up to Westminster Magistrates today to discover that the Crown Persecution Service had discontinued ...another.. case .. against .. me.
This time over the state.. kidnap...of me, in the early hours of January 17th 2012.
I had not been given and do not have a single police witness statement or any CCTV.
Let alone, the police briefing regarding Operation Dunboy, which was clearly only ever, about once again, trying to remove our campaign.
I had been curious as to how the police intended to turn up at court and explain away breaching a High Court Order from December 2011, to steal our tents and contents, in the first place.
This was of course done under the not so harsh gaze of an unquestioning media, before the police then crept back around 3am to try and finish the job off, by threatening me with arrest over the banners.
Which only caused me to step backwards into ....the road.
That posed a number of problems for the police.
And caused a number of emails to circulate in the High Court, behind my back, later, on January 17th 2012.
District Judge Quentin Purdy went through the motions of asking the CPS for the reasons for their discontinuance, including why they had left it until so late in the day.
Clearly not wishing to keep digging what is already quite some hole, that has grown to include many in the food chain, the CPS did not explain....anything, that they could not.
The criminal justice system should not be a tool the state can use to persecute peaceful campaigners.
"not enough evidence.."