Paul Brooks JP is the Chairman of the North West Blood bikes charity. He is also a Lancashire Magistrate. Magistrates must conform to a Code of Conduct. The code of conduct primary concern is HONESTY and INTEGRITY. Unfortunately,
I have evidence of the following:
Paul Brooks, JP conspired to fabricate a false meeting with the NWBB Charity Committee. He did this to intentionally to deceive the legal obligations of the North West Blood bike charity.
Not only that, but Lee Townsend then fabricated false minutes of this meeting and distributed them to committee members.
I have been provided with emails of the above allegations from an undisclosed source who is on the committee.
Not only that but Paul Brooks, JP, also distributed derogatory and defamatory comments to trustees and committee members, telling them a volunteer had a criminal record for slander. He also made further allegations that the volunteer punched a ‘vulnerable 16 year old in the face‘ which is an utter lie.
Is this the expected conduct of a Magistrate? Taken from the Guide to Judicial Conduct:
“Judges should strive to ensure that their conduct, both in and out of court, maintains and enhances the confidence of the public, the legal profession and litigants, in their personal impartiality and that of the judiciary. ”
The Judicial Conduct guide goes on to say:
Judges are expected to put the obligations of judicial office above their own personal interests.
In practical terms, this means that judges are expected to display:
- Intellectual honesty
- Respect for the law and observance of the law
- Prudent management of financial affairs
- Diligence and care in the discharge of judicial duties
- Discretion in personal relationships, social contacts and activities“
Paul Brooks has breached this at every juncture of his involvement in Charity issues.
Please review this website for more information on how this charity is run by a ex Lancashire police officer, Freemason and UK Magistrate!