Sunday, June 30, 2013

Oakham Town Council, Leicestershire Police and the Poorly Councillors

Oakham Town Council, Leicestershire Police and the Poorly Councillors

This is an example of the standard of statements provided to Leicestershire Police by an
Oakham Town Councillor.

And to think that Town Councillor is spreading gossip stating that they have everything sorted.

Both their complaints have been chucked out by the CPS along with a former Mayors.

The statement clearly shows we live in a town were Councillors can dictate what is right or
wrong and appear to have the full support of a few supporters at Leicestershire Police.

The standard of this statement is similar to most of the 15 that I have to defend myself against in front of
a Judge later this year.

On Friday a Twitter troll @deaverdeaver asked once again a good question of Oakham Police,

Although their past Twitter activities suggest to me they are not really concerned about costs.

They asked How many Rutland and Leicestershire police man hours have been spent dealing
with the Martin Brookes issue so far in 2013?

The dumb twit always follows the same few local organisations each time they create a new account
to troll me, previously it was @sunsilkform, the dumb police have given The CPS his or her tweets as
an exhibit of evidence against me, Why?

It was a good question to have asked, I ask why is so so much public money being spent on this prosecution and trial, what do the local elite have to hide? People normally
behave like this Rutland and Oakham Mob when they have something serious to hide.

This case is likely to cost the tax payer many many thousands, that cost is significantly higher than
any penalty a Judge could impose on me if he was minded to believe these people.

When they tried last year to bring similar charges last year one of the mob sent their reason and
intended outcome.

DS McDonald says it is not Leicestershire Polices intention to stop me blogging, so what is the intention?

Oh yes I remember I am a "Test Case" as he prepare a bigger case against three Rutland County Councillors.

This is a copy of that email sent last year.

Received: from ip: 86.171.53.168  
martinbillybrookes@lawyer.com
13/05/2012 7.23pm

Martin,

You will be found guilty and a CRASBO will be issued. When that is issued, Blogspot (Google inc) will have no choice but to remove your blog in its entirity. This removal will be simplistic and will not include Google's in-house legal dept, just a simple submission of the court's judgement.  There will be no need for any of the people featured in your bog to then launch a civil petition to do so as you will be removing your own blog to comply with the court.

You must have spent many thousands of hours maintaining and updating that blog only to personally remove it. 

An interesting last article would be for you to bring together a list of all the people you have discussed on the blog, all those wicked bullies. Guestimates come in at around 45 victims. This will assist you in bringing closure to this sordid affair, as you will then realise that one beautiful angel Vs 45 bullies that you may, indeed, be the one in the wrong.....but then again....




I have another question for the Councillor if you fear me so much why do you
always attempt to secretly photograph me every time you see me? like today and
yesterday as an example.

I find it amusing I catch you out every time, are you so daft and silly?
or should I use PC Lloyds description Childish?

Why not go back to planting trees, a member of the public today told
me that's the only good thing you ever did, I believe those were the Oak
Trees planted many years ago along the road to Cottesmore. A long time before
I moved to Oakham "to destroy Oakham Town Council" ?
and not the trees you recently planted on the playing field, you know what the residents
think of that project. One said at the Council meeting "its a playing field not a park"

Another member of the public gave me this quote: Not all things are sweet as they get old,
some things turn rather bitter and twisted" I think that sums up many in local governance.




Last Day of The Oakham Festival 2013, Oakham Castle, Rutland, Photographs



Last Day of The Oakham Festival 2013, Oakham Castle, Rutland, Photographs




















Horseshoes were made and sold for £4



Oakham Knit and Natter had a stall and sold creatures and animals
from the trail.



The VIP tent?
















































Oakham Mayor Adam Lowe, Oakham Town Council



Rutland Times




















Toploader will be headlining the AmpRocks festival in Bedfordshire on Friday 5th July 2013 supported by The Hoosiers.

Toploader will be headlining the AmpRocks festival in Bedfordshire
on Friday 5th July 2013 supported by The Hoosiers.






The Line up:

Toploader are an English alternative rock band from Eastbourne who formed in 1997, 
with over two million album sales to their name and a string of top 20 hits both home and abroad. Their debut album, 
Onka's Big Moka, sold over one million units and remained in the Top 5 of the UK Albums Chart for over six months. However, 
they are recognised most of all for their cover of King Harvest's song "Dancing in the Moonlight", 
which became a global hit for the band. Their second album, Magic Hotel, reached number 3 in the UK Albums Chart.

The Hoosiers are Irwin Sparkes, Martin Skarendahl and Alphonso Sharland. 
Their first single Worried About Ray reached number five on the UK singles chart and the band have sold more than a million records, including one of 2007's biggest albums, 
The Trick to Life. The band are now back on tour and are a great live act, 
perfect for a summer night in our fantastic setting.
Opening the festival is upcoming local band Skies on Fire
The band are Tobias Lock, Elijah Miller, Jack Keenan and Coby Miller and 
they write all their own music - meaningful, guitar-led acoustic pop-rock. 
The band cite John Mayer, The Who, Mumford and Sons, Lawson and Feeder as influences.


Toploader Oakham Castle














www.ampthillfestival.co.uk

Loyd Daniel Gilman Grossman, OBE Oakham Market Place, The New Forbidden, Photographs, Fresh From Glanstonbury

Loyd Daniel Gilman Grossman, OBE Oakham Market Place

Twitter @loydgrossman

Loyd Daniel Gilman Grossman, OBE, FSA is an American-British television presenter, gastronome and musician who has mainly worked in the United Kingdom. He is currently a judge on ITV Food series Food Glorious Food










 










Fresh From Glanstonbury


Spider Sculpture



Spider Sculpture

Tree Felling, Oakham, Rutland, Photograph



Tree Felling, Oakham, Rutland, Photograph


Loyd Grossman, Oakham Festival, 2013, Toploader, Strike Up The Colours, The New Forbidden, Oakham Castle, Photographs

Oakham Festival, 2013, Oakham Castle

Toploader, Supported by The New Forbidden and Loyd Grossman, Strike Up The Colours, The Boobytraps, Locked Out, all performed at Oakham Castle, the highlight of this years Oakham Festival.
The large crowd enjoyed a super evening of live music from the Funk Tent, I enjoyed listening at the gate
as I volunteered to carry out some castle gate duty later in the evening.


Loyd Daniel Gilman Grossman, OBE Oakham Market Place

Twitter @loydgrossman


Loyd Daniel Gilman Grossman, OBE Oakham Market Place


an American-British television presenter 

Grossman's television d├ębut came in April 1987, as a roving presenter for Through the Keyhole, 
a programme examining the homes of the famous. Before leaving in 2003, 
Grossman made almost 400 appearances on the programme. In July 1990, 
he became the first presenter of MasterChef, which he presented for 10 years (apart from a year off), 
also fronting the children's version from 1995 until 1999. 
Other programmes include the History of British Sculpture (2003), 
and cookery show Step up to the Plate (2008) with Anton du Beke in which three amateur chefs 
competed against two professionals to produce the best three-course meal.

Grossman became a restaurant reviewer for Harpers & Queen and The Sunday Times.


Loyd Grossman with interviewer Rob Persani, Rutland Radio




Arrival at Oakham Castle


The Forbidden Band Members arriving at the Castle




Top Loader


Joseph Washbourn Toploader 


Daniel Hipgrave Toploader




Toploader are an English alternative rock band from Eastbourne who formed in 1997, 
with over two million album sales to their name and a string of top 20 hits both home and abroad. 
Their debut album, Onka's Big Moka, sold over one million units and remained in the Top 5 of the UK Albums Chart for over six months. However, they are recognised most of all for their cover of King Harvest's song "Dancing in the Moonlight", which became a global hit for the band. Their second album, Magic Hotel, reached number 3 in the UK Albums Chart.



Strike Up The Colours







Man in Orange Birthday Celebration Happy 40th



Leicestershire Police Rutland LPU Oakham @oakhampolice








I was asked by some Festival Organisers to show a defiant I don't care
look for Rutland County Council and Oakham Town Council and  Leicestershire
Police, due their idiotic ban from council premises so here it is behind bars!
and please Cllr Lucas how many times have I told you I am not deaf.
I was pleased to hear you are dealing with the councils destructive person and
everything is going well, Tell me if its going so well why did CPS chuck out 
your stupid charges for the second time? Pointing and talking about a person
standing less then 2 metres from you is not wise! I am pleased you and Bob 
could not find your ear plugs and departed fairly early, although I was not going 
to let you spoil my evening...