This is a copy of letter sent to the IPCC explaining that they do not have the authority to grant dispensations to the police from investigating a crime. In this case the crime is against a number of police officers for misprision of treason.
22 October 2012
Independent Police Complaints Commission
Comisiwn Cwynion Annibynnol yr Heddlu
PO Box 473 / Blwch Post 473
Staffordshire Police Case Reference CO/157/12
Having already submitted a formal allegation of Misprision of Treason against, Detective Superintendent Kevin Hilton of the Lincolnshire Police, Julian Ziemann from the professional standards department of the Staffordshire Police and Chief Constable Mike Cunningham, I wish to submit a formal complaint against Julian Ziemann, Chief Constable Cunningham and Inspector Keith Beech of the Staffordshire Police who, on 12 June 2012, requested a dispensation, by the IPPC, from investigating my complaint against these officers
The authority for his request is the unlawful 2002 Police Reform Act, this act is unlawful because it has removed the words ‘our sovereign lady’ from the oath of attestation for police officers thus removing Her Majesty’s style and honour as a sovereign Queen. This is an act of treason contrary to the 1848 Treason Felony Act. It also imagines Her Majesty’s death as a Sovereign Queen contrary to the 1351 Treason Act. Any one who has taken part in an act of treason is barred for life from ever holding the office of Constable (Item 1). This is also unlawful because it purports to allow the granting of a dispensation to the police from carrying out an enquiry into the criminal conduct of an officer subject to a criminal allegation. The IPPC cannot do what Parliament cannot do and Parliament cannot do that which the English Constitution refuses permission to Her Majesty from doing.
Kings of England cannot give a dispensation from a penalty from an offence unless the King is the only victim, this was admirably demonstrated by Queen Elizabeth I when she forgave the Earl of Essex when he went to strike her, but she had his head off when his treason was against her subjects.
Thomas v Sorrel 1674 defined the dispensing power of the King to dispense with a penalty from an offence, Chief Justice Vaught of the Common Pleas defined the Common Law power of the King to grant a dispensation from a penalty from an offence (Item 2). This power and its limitations are a matter of English Constitutional Law. A statute law cannot repeal by implied repeal a constitutional law Sir John Laws stated in his ruling in the Metric Martyrs case 18th February 2002 (Item 3).
The 2002 Police Reform Act attempts to repeal by implied repeal the English Constitutional restrictions placed on the Kings/Queens of England’s dispensing powers. This 2002 Police Reform Act is struck down by the Common Law under the ruling of Sir Edward Coke Chief Justice of the Kings Bench 1628 in his ruling, if a law is against common right or reason is repugnant or impossible to perform the Common Law will strike it down (Item 4).
The 2002 Police Reform Act fails on three counts
it is a treasonable act contrary to the 1848 Treason Felony Act, and as such is repugnant to all Her Majesty’s Loyal subjects of whom I am one.
It attempts to repeal by implied repeal a constitutional restriction placed on the Kings of England by the estates of the realm a restriction on Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, this is impossible to perform.
It is against common right and reason not to investigate all allegations of major crime against the state.
I am therefore forced to lodge a formal complaint against Mrs. E. J. Dorr Casework Manager and Sian Myring Casework Manager of the IPCC for compounding treason with the officers of the Staffordshire Police in attempting to cover-up for officers who have committed the major crime of misprision of treason, compounding treason and dereliction of duty.