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    Is this a mistake? Bennett doesn't think he has anything to worry about...

    Post  Sykes on Fri May 30, 2014 11:44 am

    Bennett's activities; this morning, he's boasting about sending FOI demands to the Yard.

    But he doesn't think he has anything to worry about...

    Re: FOI Act request about meetings between staff of Operation Grange and BBC Crimewatch - REFUSED
    Post Tony Bennett Today at 7:44 am

    ultimaThule wrote:
    It would seem your reputation precedes you, TB, and my concern is that if you continue to push the envelope you may find yourself in receipt of another from Carter-Fcuk.

    This is a common consequence for those who become known more for their persistence in challenging the establishment than any injustice they seek to bring to its attention and, although it's my understanding that you are no longer under threat of imprisonment for having reneged on an undertaking you gave to the High Court, I would suggest that the way forward is to delegate the task of making any further such requests to others whose names are not so immediately synonymous with that of the McCanns.


    @ ultimaThule - I should be banned not only from giving my opinions about the case, but also from exercising my legal right to ask questions about a £7.6 million-plus investigation into an offence committed in another country which has got nowhere in over 3 years? - and was set up only because the CEO of News International threatened the Prime Minister of the UK with 'consequences' if he didn't?

    Any other ways I should stop 'pushing the envelope'?    
    Could it be he sees himseld as an aging, balding Edward Snowdon?  Just asking.


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    "You have been warned previously about the vexatious nature of these requests."

    Post  Sykes on Fri May 30, 2014 11:50 am

    FOI Act request about meetings between staff of Operation Grange and BBC Crimewatch - REFUSED
    Post Tony Bennett Today at 6:37 am

    Dear Mr Bennett

    Freedom of Information Request Reference No: 2014010000368

    I respond in connection with your request for information which was
    received by the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) on 03/01/2014. I note
    you seek access to the following information:

    These questions relate to the contacts between staff of Operation Grange
    and the makers of the BBC Crimewatch Special on Madeleine McCann on 14
    October 2013.

    1. Please state

    (a) the date and

    (b) the circumstances under which the Metropolitan Police Operation Grange
    Team and the BBC Crimewatch team first discussed the making of the
    programme about Madeleine McCann transmitted on 14 October 2013

    2. Please list all occasions since then, giving the dates, on which any
    member of Operation Grange met any member of the BBC Crimewatch Team (or
    anyone else from the BBC), either physically, or by video conference - and
    for each occasion, list the numbers of Operation Grange members who
    attended each meeting.

    NOTE: This information will be very easy to find from DCI Andy Redwood's
    Policy Folder on Grange's relations with BBC Crimewatch.

    DECISION

    Section 14 (1) - Vexatious or repeated requests  

    Pursuant to the provisions of Section 14(1) of the Freedom of Information
    Act 2000 (the Act) I have decided to refuse your request as it has been
    deemed as a vexatious request.


    Under Section 14(1) of the Act, a public authority does not have to comply
    with vexatious requests. There is no requirement for a public interest
    test.

    You have made multiple requests for information relating to the Operation
    Grange investigation. You have also engaged in voluminous correspondence
    with the Operation Grange team all regarding this single investigation.

    You have been warned previously about the vexatious nature of these
    requests.


    The Act was designed to give individuals a greater right of access to
    official information with the intention of making public bodies more
    transparent and accountable.

    Whilst most people exercise this right responsibly, a few may misuse or
    abuse the Act by submitting requests which are intended to be annoying or
    disruptive or which have a disproportionate impact on a public authority.


    The Information Commissioner recognises that dealing with unreasonable
    requests can place a strain on resources and get in the way of delivering
    mainstream services or answering legitimate requests. Furthermore, these
    requests can also damage the reputation of the legislation itself.


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    Re: Is this a mistake? Bennett doesn't think he has anything to worry about...

    Post  Sykes on Fri May 30, 2014 11:58 am

    Someone with a functioning brain cell:

    Why would a team of detectives be interested in anything sent to them by members of the public theorising about the case they are busy investigating? I would not be surprised to hear that things such as this are put to one side or even immediately binned.

    Bennett:

    You make an immediate assumption that I sent them 'theories'. What I sent was evidence. The second dossier contained a great deal of evidence about the conduct of the private investigators (of which, see more, Channel 5, Wednesday), not least the disclosures made to me by money-laundering expert Gary Hagland, only some of which I've published on this forum.  
    So, Hagland's a 'money laundering expert now, is he? Nice bit of libel there!

    And the sane person is correct. Any fule knowe that 'dossiers' from nutjobs go straight in the bin - after they've been laughed at in the canteen.

    The same fate awaits babyish videos - the real police are well used to the armchair defectives that attach themselves to high-profile cases.

    Oh - can anyone else hear happy laughter coming from a well-known firm of lawyers?

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    Re: Is this a mistake? Bennett doesn't think he has anything to worry about...

    Post  Sykes on Fri May 30, 2014 12:03 pm

    From another forum with thanks for the comments.

    Post russiandoll Today at 10:43 am

    nomendelta wrote:Well reference to Tony's "voluminous" correspondence doesn't make it sound like the Grange team are exactly grateful for any information Tony provided in said correspondence...leaning me more towards this whole damned mess being a whitewash otherwise why make reference to it?

    This "review" is unprecedented - a huge expense for the taxpayer to search for ONE "missing" child. I absolutely think every single thing referring to this needs to be open to public scrutiny.

    Comment: Why would a team of detectives be interested in anything sent to them by members of the public theorising about the case they are busy investigating? I would not be surprised to hear that things such as this are put to one side or even immediately binned.

    The police have the files, the police can read and see what we can see. They are not interested in speculation and theories, they can form their own hypotheses because they are trained to see facts, then find anomalies, contradictions, discrepancies and inconsistencies.
    They are trained to spot a lie or an attempt to misdirect or deceive. They are trained in deductive analysis.

    I also think for his own good and emotional wellbeing that Tony should back off, because I can see him getting into serious trouble for venturing into territory he stated in court that he would keep clear from.

    I fear this is now an obsession for Tony and will get him nowhere but into trouble.
    His statements about people associated with this case are close to libellous and he needs to be very careful.


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    Re: Is this a mistake? Bennett doesn't think he has anything to worry about...

    Post  Sykes on Fri May 30, 2014 1:00 pm

    Deluded hounder:

    I admire your spirit Tone and as usual you are upsetting people.

    Someone else should submit an identical request and see what response they get.  
     So, there's absolutely no chance that the Yard would see all these Cunning Plans to outfox them on Bennett's behalf?

    Look, fools, everyone is laughing at you and Bennett. 'Everyone' includes the Yard and CR

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    JAYELLES OF MYTHS CONSIDERED OPINION ON THIS

    Post  Sykes on Fri May 30, 2014 1:22 pm

    There is absolutely no doubt that Tony Bennett has issues. One of his problems is that he doesn't know when to quit and I have always envisaged him as one of these loonies who ends up getting carted off by two burly policeman whilst grinning inanely and STILL trying to deliver his offensive/loony speech. In HIS mind, he would have retained his dignity because a) he continued to say his piece and b) he kept smiling. The fact that he had publicly manhandled into the back of a van normally used to transport vomiting/pissing drunks, druggies and lowlifes with people laughing and jeering at him would be of lesser consequence to him. Almost certainly, he would probably see himself as a martyr rather than a complete knob.

    I have no idea what makes people like Bennett tick, but it may be that someone once told him to ignore what others are saying and to stick to his principles. The problem is, that we humans are programmed to regulate our behaviour in accordance with the reactions of others. There's no point in telling a child to ignore the reactions of others if what that child is exhibiting is essentially abnormal behaviour! Ignoring isn't going to fix the problem! This is actually something I agree with Pat Brown on. It's all very well being whacky and different, but there comes a point where some degree of conformity is necessary if you want to fit in and get along in society.

    Bennett seems to have spent his life swimming against the tide and his biography is one big catalogue of failures as he has leapt from one attention-seeking stunt to another.

    Perhaps most stunningly of all is his claim to be a "Christian" when he devotes his life to vexatious meddling in other peoples' lives, inserting himself into their tragedies with actions designed to make life just that little bit harder for them.

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    AND WHAT DOES THE MET THINK OF BENNETT'S RAMBLINGS?

    Post  Sykes on Fri May 30, 2014 1:26 pm

    A little reminder of what the Met really thought of armchair sleuths and bennett's dossier of his inane ramblings.

    Re: SY Review Team - Includes STATEMENT 6 Oct by Inspector Steve Bentley

    Post Tony Bennett on Thu Oct 06, 2011 12:08 pm
    STATEMENT BY THE METROPOLITAN POLICE 6 OCTOBER 2011

    Reproduced below without comment.

    STATEMENT by Steve Bentley, Inspector, Directorate of Professional Standards, Metropolitan Police/Scotland Yard

    QUOTE
     My understanding is that the [Scotland Yard Madeleine Mc Cann Review Team] would welcome any evidence that would assist with the enquiry. You state that you have a first hand information from an insider from the McCann's private investigators. This information would obviously be of interest to the team and they would welcome details of this individual to allow them to interview her if she is able to provide relevant evidence. However, information regarding peoples views and suspicions do not constitute evidence. The team are obliged to consider evidence rather than repetition of the myriad of views and beliefs that individuals choose to interpret from the available information.  

    UNQUOTE


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    LEST WE FORGET

    Post  Sykes on Fri May 30, 2014 1:30 pm

    Post Tony Bennett on Mon Oct 03, 2011 9:14 pm

    A visit by The Madeleine Foundation
    to Operation Grange at Belgravia Police Station
    to mark Goncalo Amaral Day 2011

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    Re: Is this a mistake? Bennett doesn't think he has anything to worry about...

    Post  Sykes on Fri May 30, 2014 2:42 pm

    A reminder of Bennett's idea of 'evidence', from 2011:

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    Post Tony Bennett Today at 1:16 pm
    I have publicly called for anyone with evidence relating to the disappearance of Madeleine McCann to write with that evidence to the Scotland Yard Review Team. By evidence I do not necessarily mean new forensic evidence but I included e.g. analyses done by such as kikoraton, HideHo and Stella on such matters as:
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    Re: Is this a mistake? Bennett doesn't think he has anything to worry about...

    Post  Sykes on Fri May 30, 2014 3:58 pm

    we all remember the many visits visits to see OG - the foundation visits - remember bennett?

    quoting officers names and ethnic background - ring any bells bennett?

    photos outside various Police premises - remember bennett?
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    Re: Is this a mistake? Bennett doesn't think he has anything to worry about...

    Post  Sykes on Fri May 30, 2014 5:59 pm

    From another forum with thanks also for the comments.

    He seems to have 'forgotten' that what he has really been doing is recorded all over the internet. He's condemned by his own words, many of which are appearing here:

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    Remember the racism?

    Only one person was on the front desk, a man of Middle Eastern or Mediterranean appearance who was busy filling in a car accident insurance form in quadruplicate for someone, and was intent on completing the task before looking up at the queue in front of him. After several minutes, I asked if he could let D.I. Dobson know we were here.

    And this?

    At that point, the ’phone in the interview room rang. D.I. Dobson said: “I’m sorry, I’m being called upstairs on something urgent, I’ll have to close this now”.


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    Re: Is this a mistake? Bennett doesn't think he has anything to worry about...

    Post  Broho on Fri May 30, 2014 6:39 pm

    When will the penny drop with him that anyone who is someone is not impressed with him.

    Probably the story of his life.  lol! 
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    Re: Is this a mistake? Bennett doesn't think he has anything to worry about...

    Post  Sykes on Fri May 30, 2014 7:32 pm

    My recent FoI Act question about the cost of the helicopter and the dig is an example. We can see that these have happened or are about to happen. It is admitted on the record that the British taxpayer is picking up the tab for all this. We are surely entitled to ask how much; all their expenditure, right down to DCI Redwood's allowances for breakfast, lunch and dinner in Portugal, must be recorded.

    The fool's really going for it. No-one sane would be even remotely interested in something so....pathetic. Wonder if he'll be jailed before or after he's sectioned? 


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    Re: Is this a mistake? Bennett doesn't think he has anything to worry about...

    Post  Sykes on Sat May 31, 2014 8:39 am

    Now he's insulting the other hounders.

    Re: FOI Act request about meetings between staff of Operation Grange and BBC Crimewatch - REFUSED
    Post Tony Bennett Today at 9:27 pm

    Châtelaine wrote:
    Tony, with all due respect, I do not see why you would have the Met spend yet more time and money on explaining how much money they spent on a helicopter, travel expenses, etc... Let them do their job, I suggest. And, if and and when, they come up with zero results, is IMO the time to start asking questions.


    Really, Chatelaine, I despair of you sometimes.

    Every single public agency we have in this country who is subject to the FoI Act could say exactly the same as you've just done.

    For goodness sake, the very remit of Operation Grange was only prised out of them by people asking FoIAct questions.

    You clearly have no idea how much scandal, waste of money, bad decisions, cost overruns and all sorts of other inconvenient information has been wrung from reluctant government and local authorities over the years.

    We are an over-governed country and the FoI Act is a people's piece of legislation, enabling us to keep them in check.

    Would you rather we didn't know that Grange had already cost £7.6 million and was costing well over £6,000 more every day of the year?
    And what right has a nosey old parker to demand aaxpsyers fund his actions? What possible good is he doing? Nothing, zilch.


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    Re: Is this a mistake? Bennett doesn't think he has anything to worry about...

    Post  Sykes on Sat May 31, 2014 8:43 am

    Re: FOI Act request about meetings between staff of Operation Grange and BBC Crimewatch - REFUSED
    lj Yesterday at 11:06 pm

    Châtelaine wrote:
    @ Tony
    The Americans needed far more time than that for the Ramsey case and I haven't heard of a conclusion. Neither of the costs of the investigation. Nor of someone asking about that. No offense meant, Tony. Let the detectives take their course. I believe the major part of them do want to nail criminals and especially if a young girl is involved. With all due respect. And you know that.


    With all due respect, Châtelaine, I don't think the collateral damage of the Ramsey case comes anywhere near that of the Madeleine case. IMO as one of the victims, who has suffered a great deal of damage, Tony has all the rights to ask questions. If the volume is too big to handle they should take a look at the volume Carter Ruck dumped on Tony.

    Edited to add: I have no idea if anyone has asked about the costs of the Ramsey case. I do know there has been a lot of comments about corruption in the investigation, so I would not be amazed if there were questions about that. Have you followed each and every event around that case, Châtelaine? Each forum each FOI request?


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    Re: Is this a mistake? Bennett doesn't think he has anything to worry about...

    Post  Sykes on Sat May 31, 2014 9:41 am

    From Myths, with thanks.
    Amazon poster.

       Has Bennett actually lost it?

       I am being quite serious now.

       First of all, I think his motivation for all the FOI requests he makes is basically two-fold

       1) To make as much of a nuisance of himself as possible
       2) To bask in the fawning praise of his minions who have spent years egging him on to do stupid stuff.

       I have no sympathy for the racist, homophobic whackjob.

       Anyway - I digress

       When he kicked off with this today he started by posting the reply he had from the Met to the FOI request he lodged in 2013
       Then he claimed he had not written to them for over two years.
       Despite the fact that he has quoted his own letter from 2013 and goes on to list a series of others, all recent.
       He objects to their use of the phrase 'Voluminous correspondence''
       Then he discloses he sent them two ''large dossiers''. Well, we all know what that means. Bennett's postman is on his fifth hernia operation.
       After playing the Poor Me card for the best part of a day he is finally confronted with evidence that he was previously warned about the vexatious nature of his requests - evidence he posted on his own forum himself. ( Don't give me that old ''It's not his forum'' line. It's so old it's got things growing on it)
       He then bleats on about the cost of a helicopter without seeming to realise that the helicopter recon was not even the subject of the request he has just had kicked back to him.

       Bennett objects to the money being spent on this investigation. Fair enough.

       They could spend less if they didn't have to respond to Stalkermail from him on a regular basis. Although, in fairness, his dossier is helping to keep the heating bills down.

       What is becoming apparent, however, is that he is losing the plot. He will breach that undertaking in time. Personally, I think he already has, many times, but he will continue until the point where he ends up back in court. He can't seem to remember what letters he has sent, when, and to whom. Naturally, he has attracted the usual posse of bottom feeders who are all over him like a tramp's coat, benoaning how hard done by he is and predictably declaring that ''he must have them worried''. He could do with waking up and realise that the few - very few - sensible posters who are trying to talk some sense into him are the ones with his welfare at heart

    Comment from Jayelles on the above:
    Well observed.

    I guess Bennett really "doesn't get it" after all. His posturing during his trial where he repeatedly attempted to introduce irrelevant material was considered by many to be twistedness. That surely no-one could be so dim as to not understand that it was HE who was on trial, not the McCanns. But perhaps he genuinely couldn't understand that after all.

    He says he had "forgotten" that he was previously warned about his requests being treated as vexatious and then goes on to argue semantics - the word "voluminous" wasn't mentioned previously and that they weren't saying HE was vexatious, just that his particular request was....

    I am suddenly reminded of a guy who pestered me years ago. Every time I saw him, he asked for a date and I said no. Finally I asked him to please stop asking as I felt I had made it abundantly clear I wasn't interested in him and his reply was "If at first you don't succeed, try, try again...". Like Bennett, he didn't possess the emotional intelligence to know when to quit and his persistence in pursuing a lost cause simply made him look pathetic and foolish.

    Bennett has intimated that he intends to appeal against this response saying that it would only take someone five minutes to look up the answers to his question. Yet again he demonstrates that he "doesn't get it". It is none of his business how much Andy Redwood claims in meal expenses. There will be a standard meal allowance which he and his colleagues are entitled to when they are away on business. That Bennett thinks he can ask questions like this, incurring public-money costs for finding out and responding, shows that he has zero conception of the entire FOI system and yes, if public bodies like the Met were seen to be redirecting precious resources away from a major investigation in order to keep Mr Vexatious from Harlow informed about the minutiae of meal expenses, then it DOES bring the legislation into disrepute.

    Bennett is not a team player. He won't heed the concerns of the people who really do have his best interests at heart. We have seen how he is utterly incapable of keeping to his word and how even the threat of jail and upsetting his own family does not stop him from his disgraceful behaviour. I don't know what drives him, whether it's madness or some deep rooted need to score points against the people whom he feels have slighted him. What I do know is that he is heading for certain humiliation.


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    Re: Is this a mistake? Bennett doesn't think he has anything to worry about...

    Post  Sykes on Sat May 31, 2014 11:17 am

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    I'M LURVING IT!!

    Post  Sykes on Sat May 31, 2014 1:09 pm

    From another forum with thanks.


       This is very odd.
       ********************
       Bennett, 3rd January 2014

       Dear Metropolitan Police,

       Please send me all the communications re the Crimewatch programme, gibber gibber, massive conspiracy, I'm a taxpayer you know, 2lb of Jersey Royals please - NOT a kilo. Half a pound of tuppenny rice, Euro free zone etc. (5,000 words)

       Yours insanely,
       A Bennett.
       xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
       ********************************
       Metropolitan Police Service, 8th January 2014

       Dear Lunatic (yawn)

       Yeah, yeah. We'll get back to you.
       Bye bye for now

       Metropolitan Police Troll Relations Department.
       XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
       **********************************

       Tony Bennett 1st Feb 2014

       Dear Corrupt Police Service (Secret Masons division)

       Your reply is out of time. Ha ha, I win!

       A. Tramp.
       xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
       ****************************************

       Metropolitan Police Service, 10th Feb 2014.

       Dear Mr A Troll.

       Oh do go away, you annoying tramp.
       Vexatious request, told you already, suggest long walk, short pier.

       Kindly go away.

       Yours etc.

       Metropolitan Police Service (Pest control division)
       xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
       *************************************
       {Waits 4 months}

       Bennett, 30th May 2014

       Dear Metropolitan Police,

       Where is my reply?

       Yours

       An Idiot.
       xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

       So Bennett gets a reply in February which basically invites him to go forth and multiply.

       4 MONTHS LATER he posts about it on Havern's forum, simultaneously asking the MPS again for the reply he has already had, and which he KNOWS he has already had, because he has just plastered it all over the internet.

       Mad, stupid or both?

    I think it's time for him to assimilate the fact that the rest of the world knows he's nothing but a stalker, now even Scotland Yard has accused him of stalking & harassing THEM with umpteenth unreasonable requests for information about an investigation he has got absolutely no right to try to interfere with.

    Even after Judge Tugendhat told him that he has no right to demand answers to his irrelevant, conspiracy lunacy inspired questions as he has no law enforcement authority, he still persists. Police have every right to arrests him for attempting to pervert the course of justice by trying to interfere & hamper a police investigation.

    I hope he'll be the first in line, shortly followed by Mad Kiko & stalker Liz Taylor.
    Jayelles: It's actually worse.

    In November 2013, he was told to FO and warned that further FOI requests would be deemed vexatious.

    In Jan 2014, he sent another FOI request.

    In Feb 2014, he was told to FO and reminded that he had already been warned about his vexatious requests.

    In May 2014 he sent another FOI request.


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    Re: Is this a mistake? Bennett doesn't think he has anything to worry about...

    Post  Sykes on Sat May 31, 2014 3:29 pm

    ....more on amazon

    Here is another example

    **********************************
    Bennett - 1st August, 2013

    Dear Home Office,

    Blah blah, stalk stalk, please send me lots of information to which I am not entitled and which is none of my business

    Yours,

    An Irritating Pensioner.

    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    ****************************
    Home Office - 1st August 2013

    Dear Annoying Pensioner,

    Yeah yeah, we'll take a look

    Yours etc
    Home Office

    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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    Home Office - 30th August

    Dear Idiot,

    Please find attached our reply to your ''Show us your knickers'' request.

    (Reply basically reads: Get Lost, Stalker)

    Yours
    Home Office

    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    *******************************

    Bennett - 4th September

    Dear Home Office,

    Please could I have a reply to my FOI request which is now overdue

    Yours etc,

    Congenital idiot

    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    *****************************

    Home Office - 4th September

    Dear Timewaster,

    We replied to your FOI request on 30th August. Suggest you read your email

    Yours etc

    Hacked off Civil Servant.
    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

    The idiot has marked the application as ''Partially successful''

    It was completely successful. He asked. They said ''No you can't have it, and this is why''

    I suspect the reason why they said ''No'' is because this is what he requested

    ''Home Secretary Theresa May has sent an official request to Lisbon
    for permission for Scotland Yard to begin a new investigation in
    Portugal into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.

    It follows the disclosure that the Met has identified 38 potential
    suspects - including 12 Britons - who are "of interest" because of
    their presence in Portugal when Madeleine vanished".

    What did he want to see?

    ''The full text of the letter.''

    Yes, because the Home Secretary is going to disclose that information to a stalker. Not.

    It's quite obvious that Bennett pretends not to have received a reply in order to then write again, informing the recipient they have run out of time, or failed to respond to him.

    He's just a timewasting idiot.


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    Bennett's questions

    Questions about the monitoring of Essex Police's investigation and reviews into the death of Lee Balkwell - Marked as ''Long Overdue'' but was in fact answered promptly, in full, within the specified timeframe.

    Please supply information as to how Operation Grange is being monitored - Marked as long overdue, but answered in full within the specified timeframe.

    All his questions which are currently flagged as ''Awaiting classification'' have been answered in full, and he has not entered this information

    So he either doesn't bother to update the information, or he lies about the status when he does. What a prince, eh?


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    Post  Broho on Sat May 31, 2014 4:23 pm

    Whichever way you look at this he's going round the bend.

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    Re: Is this a mistake? Bennett doesn't think he has anything to worry about...

    Post  Sykes on Sat May 31, 2014 7:03 pm

    amazon

    Gosh, there are a lot of these.
    This one dates back to April 2010

    Home Office Friday 19 March 2010
    Head of Freedom of Information Act Section
    Direct Communications Unit
    2 Marsham Street
    LONDON
    SW1P 4DF

    By e-mail to [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
    And by hard copy

    Dear Sir/Madam

    re: Questions to the Home Office Freedom of Information Act Section - Involvement by the Home Office with the McCanns regarding a possible review or re-investigation into the disappearahce of Madeleine McCann

    During the past two weeks, several newspapers have referred to the following matters in relation to the Madeleine McCann case:
    a) one or more meetings between Home Secretary Alan Johnson and the McCanns
    b) several meetings between the McCanns and staff of the Home Office
    c) the commencement of a `scoping exercise' to evaluate what form any review or re-investigation into Madeleine's disappearance may take
    d) the appointment of the Chief Executive of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre, Mr Jim Gamble, to advise the Home Office as to which police force should carry out any review or re-investigation
    e) the reported decision by Jim Gamble and the Home Office to appoint West Yorkshire Police to carry out a review or re-investigation.

    It is evident that there remains huge public interest in and beyond the U.K. in what really happened to Madeleine McCann, which was described as recently as 19 February by the McCanns' chief public relations adviser, Mr Clarence Mitchell, as `a complete mystery. The clear public interest will therefore be served by your section providing full answers as soon as possible to the following questions under the Freedom of Information Act. We would add that the answers to these questions must be readily available to officials and so the cost of providing them should be minimal. Here are the questions:

    1. On what date or dates has the Home Secretary Alan Johnson had meetings with one or both of the McCanns?
    2. Who else was present at these meetings: in particular, was any lawyer or othert adviser for the McCanns present?
    3. On what dates did meetings take place between one or both of the McCanns and staff of the Home Office?
    4. Please identify all the staff who met with the McCanns and again identify whether the McCanns had legal or other representatives with them.
    5. On what date did the McCanns first approach the Home Office asking for a review or re-investigation by a British police force into Madeleine's disappearance?
    6. Is the Home Office carrying out what the Daily Telegraph called `a scoping exercise' to evaluate what form any review or re-investigation into Madeleine's disappearance may take' and, if so, on what date did that scooping exercise
    commence?
    7. Why, according to the press, was Chief Executive of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre, Mr Jim Gamble, given the role of advising the Home Office as to which police force should carry out any review or re-investigation?
    8. On what date did the Home Secretary ask Mr Gamble to perform this role?
    9. On what date did Mr Gamble make his recommendation?
    10. Did he, as reported, recommend West Yorkshire Police to carry out a review or re-investigation?
    11. Has West Yorkshire Police, as reported, been asked to carry out a review or re-investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann?
    12. If so, what is the brief or remit that the Home Office has given to West Yorkshire Police?

    I look forward to hearing from you.

    Yours sincerely

    Anthony Bennett

    Yours sincerely

    Those long evenings must just fly by chez Bennett.


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    Re: Is this a mistake? Bennett doesn't think he has anything to worry about...

    Post  ssadie on Sun Jun 01, 2014 12:29 pm

    Sykes wrote:From another forum with thanks.


       This is very odd.
       ********************
       Bennett, 3rd January 2014

       Dear Metropolitan Police,

       Please send me all the communications re the Crimewatch programme, gibber gibber, massive conspiracy, I'm a taxpayer you know, 2lb of Jersey Royals please - NOT a kilo. Half a pound of tuppenny rice, Euro free zone etc. (5,000 words)

       Yours insanely,
       A Bennett.
       xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
       ********************************
       Metropolitan Police Service, 8th January 2014

       Dear Lunatic (yawn)

       Yeah, yeah. We'll get back to you.
       Bye bye for now

       Metropolitan Police Troll Relations Department.
       XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
       **********************************

       Tony Bennett 1st Feb 2014

       Dear Corrupt Police Service (Secret Masons division)

       Your reply is out of time. Ha ha, I win!

       A. Tramp.
       xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
       ****************************************

       Metropolitan Police Service, 10th Feb 2014.

       Dear Mr A Troll.

       Oh do go away, you annoying tramp.
       Vexatious request, told you already, suggest long walk, short pier.

       Kindly go away.

       Yours etc.

       Metropolitan Police Service (Pest control division)
       xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
       *************************************
       {Waits 4 months}

       Bennett, 30th May 2014

       Dear Metropolitan Police,

       Where is my reply?

       Yours

       An Idiot.
       xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

       So Bennett gets a reply in February which basically invites him to go forth and multiply.

       4 MONTHS LATER he posts about it on Havern's forum, simultaneously asking the MPS again for the reply he has already had, and which he KNOWS he has already had, because he has just plastered it all over the internet.

       Mad, stupid or both?

    I think it's time for him to assimilate the fact that the rest of the world knows he's nothing but a stalker, now even Scotland Yard has accused him of stalking & harassing THEM with umpteenth unreasonable requests for information about an investigation he has got absolutely no right to try to interfere with.

    Even after Judge Tugendhat told him that he has no right to demand answers to his irrelevant, conspiracy lunacy inspired questions as he has no law enforcement authority, he still persists. Police have every right to arrests him for attempting to pervert the course of justice by trying to interfere & hamper a police investigation.  

    I hope he'll be the first in line, shortly followed by Mad Kiko & stalker Liz Taylor.
    Jayelles:  It's actually worse.

    In November 2013, he was told to FO and warned that further FOI requests would be deemed vexatious.

    In Jan 2014, he sent another FOI request.

    In Feb 2014, he was told to FO and reminded that he had already been warned about his vexatious requests.

    In May 2014 he sent another FOI request.

    So funny! I had a good laugh.  lol!  lol!  lol! 

    Who wrote them?

    In actual fact, I kind of feel sorry for Tone. I dont think he is in the real world. He doesn't seem to understand basic things.


    Unless, of course, he is a cunning old geyser.

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    Re: Is this a mistake? Bennett doesn't think he has anything to worry about...

    Post  Broho on Sun Jun 01, 2014 2:42 pm

    He's definitely devious. He thinks people don't know what he's doing. That way he feels smart.
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    Post  coco on Sun Jun 01, 2014 10:04 pm

    he's a buffoon , and boy has he got some nasty shocks coming .

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