Original - Solicitors from Hell .com , Est Feb 2003
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Gen Sir Michael Willcocks
finish by expressing my thanks to the members and staff of the Press
Complaints Commission for their unfailing courtesy and helpfulness in
the face of my constant questioning. I am able to assure all those who
bring their .appeals to me that I continue to be impressed by the thoroughness
and impartiality of the PCC's work in arriving at their decisions, whilst
I yself remain totally independent from them".
Mickey calls himself the PCC's 'Independent Reviewer' and he states "whilst I myself remain totally independent from them". Mickey is a joke he has no powers at all apart from 'Arse Licking' the Barmy Army, let me quote him; "I have no authority here...Turning to the decision itself, as I have explained, I have no locus here".
"locus" = Math. curve etc. made by all points satisfying certain conditions or by defined motion of point line or surface. (I'm a bit confused, but if Mickey as any 'motions' it probably takes place in the Loo).
the 'Puppet' sends me a letter via 'his girl Friday', Tonia Milton,
which states "He considers the matter closed".
The Guardian's Editor and their Letters Editor came up with so many excuses but 'Mickey accepted one of the emails from the Letters Editor was the 'be all, end all' of the complaint, let me quote Mickey "I believe the Commission took particular note of the 19th May email from The Guardian's Readers' Editor which explained the reasons behind the error in greater detail than earlier responses from Elisabeth Ribbans. You may disagree, but it does seem to explain the "human error" aspect more convincingly. It does not of course lessen the damage that was done before the remedial action was taken. It will be of little comfort to yourself ..." Ol' Mickey don't seem very convinced himself, for example he starts off with "I believe" then "it does seem to explain the "human error" aspect more convincingly"
me quote from the PCC's website: -
If you read part of the letter I sent to the Parliamentary Ombudsman it is clear the Barmy Army and Mickey are the most bent, twisted, corrupt lot you could find anywhere, they could have taught Al Capone a thing or two about 'Protection Rackets'. Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg, called them "A Busted Flush"; I think that about sums them up.
Three of the Pakistan Cricket team have been in the news of late with their 'No-ball' antics and have ended up in jail. I suppose when the PCC are being bribed with large donations by the newspapers, the temptation to bowl 'No-balls' is too much to expect Mickey and the Barmy Army to resist.