Today I received an update from the Criminal Courts relating to a Private Prosecution application that I submitted in March 2022, for a Lancashire police officer who committed perjury, and with the knowledge of the then Chief Constable, Andy Rhodes.
The court has given the following update;
I have today chased the legal team and have been made aware that the decision is in the hands of the senior magistrate office in London.
Our process in these cases is very strict and we must await their formal decision regarding special jurisdiction consideration.
This was sent off on 29/04/2022 and was chased yesterday 10/05/2022.
As soon as we get a response, someone will be in touch.
The police officer who gave the intentional false witness statement is facing a private prosecution for the offence of Perjury, Contrary to the Perjury Act 1911 and Misconduct in Public Office, contrary to Common Law.
Lancashire police are soon facing a legal challenge for allowing the perjured evidence which is argued was intended to deceive the Judiciary in an unsafe judgement.
Further Media Enquiries relating to this case can contact us for details