Kindly look through the following linked activities of Kent Police against me and confirm to me that Police Forces, up and down the country, these are due to the fact that they are in charge of law and order and the only role for the courts is to administer justice in terms of whether a matter brought to a Court by the Police needs to go to a Jury for consideration that I would prefer given that neither Medway County Court, nor Kings Bench Division of the High Court, or the Administrative Court, or Central London County Court or East Kent Magistrates Court, nor Maidstone Crown Court, or North Kent Magistrates Court or the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court has been found to have jurisdiction to hear my civil litigations and private prosecutions against the Chief Constable of Kent Police on behalf of Kent Police:
Please provide me directly the full charge-sheet of the offence or offences that Kent Police deems me to have committed, for I intend to defend against it vigorously against any such proceedings. Kindly state the criminal court to which Kent Police is considering bringing this matter to in your reply.
I emphasise that I am innocent of all offences alleged being a law-abiding citizen who has been misrepresented: all I tried to do was to ascertain the Constitution of the United Kingdom having approached over 60 solicitors and law firms over the past 25 years, none of who would come to my assistance, and the Solicitors Regulation Authority, Bar Standards Board as well as the Legal Ombudsman were uncooperative as well as the Independent Office for Police Conduct in holding these law firms to account.
Further despite repeated requests made by me to the Crown Prosecution Service to provide information as to what charges it has sanctioned for Kent Police to act on no replies have been received by me.
I will require at least a dozen witnesses including the Duty Solicitors Hyda and June Banfield who supervised my arrest interrogation at Medway Police Station on 16 September 2021 and at Maidstone Police Station in 2022 to provide evidence to the Court, as well as Jill Jesson, MEGAN CIC, Wigmore Medical Centre, Long Catlis Road Surgery and the Community Mental Health Team at Britton House Gillingham Kent on my mental state of mind at the time of the alleged offences.
Kindly channel all communications through my barrister Forz Khan if he is amenable at this late stage to argue my case and I will need legal aid, as I am a pensioner with my wife and I leading separate lives financially.
Dr Shantanu Panigrahi
3 Hoath Lane
Kent ME8 0SL
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