While noting our starkly contrasting viewpoints over the former High Court Judge, suffice to say, I still stand by my report. Also, despite your suggestion, I feel no particular compulsion to personally write to the Chief Justice of England and Wales.
Addressed to Richard Ullger, Gibraltar Commission of Police – “We are writing to you to give you some Fatherly advice, in relation to what you and the RGP are doing that is against The Law, that the British monarch swears to maintain to the UTMOST of their power, as part of the Coronation Oath and ceremony.”
Addressed to Carmel Zammit, Bishop of Gibraltar – “Irrespective of what you would like to think, after all the Scriptural evidence you were provided, proving that serving both me and the pope is IMPOSSIBLE, you are obviously either totally deluded, or wilfully blind, and there are none so blind as those who refuse to see.”
Your expressed disappointment in the recently published on-line Gibraltar Police Federation Survey is noted with intrigue. Likewise, so too is the quantitative research summary of the key findings, which would appear to indicate stark ongoing problems with staff morale, and some kind of continuation of a bullying culture within The Royal Gibraltar Police.
As you harassed, convicted and fined me for “being a non-Gibraltarian in Gibraltar without a valid permit”, which I proved conclusively, over 5 years now, that I’m also undeniably British and the legislation is error-laden fraud, why don’t you investigate Chief Minister Fabian Picardo for conspiracy to commit treason against Gibraltar.