Friday, 2 May 2014

Bath Man Attempts to Press Charges Against Tory Ministers

Keith Ordinary Guy and supporters outside Bath police station
At 2pm today, local man Keith Ordinary Guy, who writes a letter a day to David Cameron, and an army of supporters went to Bath police station to attempt to press charges against Iain Duncan Smith and Lord Freud for breaching the Human Rights Act over the Claimant Commitment Contract.

Supporters came from as far afield as London and Cornwall. One supporter commented "I believe that slavery should not be back on the statute books. Nothing is voluntary, it's all enforced - workfare, zero hours contracts. Non compliance means no food."

Keith first spoke to the police officer on the desk. He told her:

"As a citizen, you are the only people I can come to."

"I am horrified."

"Between 2011 and 2012, 10,600 people died after being found unfit for work by Atos. Our government is doing this to us. You are the only portal of access and we need help."

"The Claimant Commitment Contract is just the latest phase and it's just horrific. I'm not a demonstrative man, I just want justice."

The police officer then went to get the Inspector. Keith commented "I think the policewoman on the desk was nearly in tears. I feel that I was taken seriously."

Keith Ordinary Guy in Bath
police station attempting to press charges
against Iain Duncan Smith and Lord Freud
When the Inspector arrived, Keith told him:

"If you refuse to sign the contract, you have no access to benefits in Britain. It's forced labour."

The Inspector replied:

"If it's been brought into a statute, it's not something I can deal with. The people who brought it in would have looked at the Human Rights Act. You would need to take it up with a solicitor."


Keith responded:

"Between 2011 and 2012, 10,600 people died. They've refused to release figures since then. I've tried to bring charges of manslaughter against them and I think that still stands."

The Inspector replied:

"My job is to enforce the law as it stands."

After the leaving the police station, Keith was upbeat. He told us:

"It went really well because it has given me an insight into the situation that we're actually in. It's our opinion that what they are doing is inhuman, but what they did is put the laws onto the statute book."

"The next step is to see if there's a solicitor that can take on the legal challenge. Crowd sourcing for legal funds may be the next move."

"Ordinary people need money to get access to justice - they've scrapped Legal Aid. Unfortunately the law only works for the rich."

"I will try to raise a legal challenge."

"So many people are dying. A million people are using foodbanks and the government are saying that they've got nothing to do with it."

Supporters then joined Keith for a coffee. From the discussion afterwards it was decided that they would form a people's army - called "The Shoestring Army", as those involved are living on a shoestring. The domain name was then immediately registered.

This is Day 1 of a new fight back for the lives of ordinary people. Stay posted - The Shoestring Army is only going to grow.

Keith's website, where he publishes his letters can be found here: http://www.keithordinaryguy.org.uk/


24 comments:

  1. A friend (And fellow kenarchist) has, with others, taken Camden Council to court for their restrictive busking licensing scheme and the belief it contravenes freedom of expression...
    http://www.change.org/en-GB/petitions/camden-borough-council-don-t-stop-the-music-keep-streets-live-in-camden

    They crowd-sourced funding for the legal challenge... https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/keep-streets-live-campaign

    Latest news... (they're going to the court of appeal)...
    http://keepstreetslive.com/

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  2. Keith, I love your work and will happily donate £50 to a crowd sourcing fund to prosecute these barstewards.

    I have a little put by for a DWP day and will be glad to dig into it.

    That is a sincere offer and will be backed up.

    We are many and if each of us donate even the smallest amount we can afford, even just one pound that adds up so quickly.

    I would be deeply proud to be part of the shoestring army.

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  3. Kieth "Extraordinary" Guy. I for one stand with you fight the bastards with all we have

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    1. He deserves our support for fighting our corner against this sick regime posing as a government...this dictatorship has got to be derailed ASAP.

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  4. What an absolute loser!

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    1. Yeah but your a Tosser! Personally I know which one I would rather be!

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    2. Jog on TROLL go get them Keith xxx

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  5. Those that steal the wealth shall share the poverty. The government are nothing more than murderers and criminals. They are corrupt to the core and have sold their black souls to greed and illusory power.

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  6. Brilliant At Last ,Just Hope it's Not Too Late

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  7. Well done keith keep it up mate im behind you all the way!!

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  8. Thank you to Keith for doing this. I can't express how grateful I am for your strength and commitment xx

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  9. I will raid my whusjey jar, I have 20 quud towards thus, we have to. It is imperative. More people are dying, and we can do this, djg deep folks, get those pennies in the bank for this. They ARE breaking human rights. Statutes can be changed if we win the case, can they be overturned by the judge

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  10. We shall continue and we shall get justice ....we are many and they are few....their statues will be burning in the fires of hell where they belong along with their achitects.x

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  11. I've no cash. KOGgers you have my voice & if I can my presence.

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  12. Go keith!!!! Good luck!!!!

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  13. I cant see how the copper would state that , this in law , if you remember the pound land case it was deemed unlawful so Smith changed the law to suit his needs. the copper states that , the relevant article would have been consulted prior to this . it s complete rubbish , go you have a majority support across the nation , and please ignore all the tori troll s that will attack you for this , as there nothing but brain washed retards that cant see the bigger picture ,,, go get them Keith

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  14. Nice one Keith. I'll donate

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  15. Well done foe taking the action that you did. you have my supprt 100%

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  16. I would of told the Inspector according to the Nuremberg Charter that is fundamental to Western Law, Superior Orders are a violation of the law and NO justification for illegal actions, therefore, by Supreme Constitutional Law it is illegal to take orders or implement laws that violate the HRA and/ or the British Constitution. If the Police refuse to act, they should be threatened with arrest under a civil lawsuite which, any citizen can bring straight to court skipping the Police action and CPS.

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  17. fuck the government!

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  18. Keith the police will not take your complaint so you have to bring the charge ( Reckless endangerment) your self in the magistrates court which is allowed. Reckless endangerment is causing injury, harm, or loss which is the condem policy to the British people.

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