How (not) to sue the police by Neil Wilkes

Neil Wilkes is well known to police, he claims to have information about an arson attack on a home but refuses to help.

Wilkes was also the man responsible for a horrific racially aggravated attack on a Muslim man.

Wilkes is also alleged to have slept with a ‘minor’ getting her pregnant.

Ironically, Wilkes was charged with Malicious Communications for calling an innocent man a ‘pedo’…

Not once has he been held to account for any of the above offences and now gives advice on how to sue the police. Spoiler alert, this is more of a ‘how NOT to sue the police’.

A recording, provided to us is of Neil Wilkes, giving advice on HOW TO SUE THE POLICE and confirming that he is suing West Midlands police for an alleged £75,000.

Listen how Neil Wilkes tells a female victim ;

“IF YOU WANT TO TAKE ACTION AGAINST THE POLICE IT IS A VERY VERY DIFFICULT PROCESS, I AM STILL LEARNING IT”.  Wilkes then goes on to say,  “ALL YOU DO IS SEND THEM AN EMAIL TELLING THEM YOU ARE SUING THEM….  YOU PUT A FEE ON IT AND GIVE THEM A TIME TO GET BACK TO YOU”.

So, all those solicitors who spent years studying Law and becoming solicitors have wasted all this time as the whole ‘suing the police’ thing is down in ‘an email’. (I shit you not, this is what he says, click below to listen)

 

In this second clip, Wilkes states that the Court advised the police it is in their interest to pay, suggesting it is ‘going to the high court’.

 

The person Wilkes is advising is the same female victim that Neil Wilkes sent disgusting pornographic material to!

 

The victim has since sought correct legal from UK Corrupt Police website after receiving bogus advice from Wilkes.  She is now correctly legally represented by DPP Law in Liverpool.

 

So, apparently, the Court has told the police that it is in their interest to pay.  Really?

The Courts have NO involvement in the civil litigation process and would never give such erroneous advice to any party.

Wilkes is painfully aware of Civil Procedure Rules, as his own failure to follow them saw him liable for £800 costs in an order made against him (and George Vella) by the High Court.

 

Do not be fooled into taking such foolish advice, please be warned, the law is a ‘little’ more complex than this.

 

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