FRAMED! online – the Anatomy of Police Persecution – or the Story of a whistleblower of Paedophilia

14 08 22 Framed!This blog was created in September 2013.

It contains the complete account of what happened to Brian and others after

  • the original suspension and dismissal from being a Head Teacher in Lambeth Council
  • the trial that got Brian convicted as a ‘Sex Offender’ with a bail condition of checking in once a year
  • and answers to the question: what had Brian Pead discovered whilst working in Lambeth from 2005 until 2007?

When I was in court with him, the judge confirmed that he had to visit Norfolk Police every Monday and every Wednesday. I have yet to find out why… I should phone the Chief Constable of Norfolk Police Simon Bailey. He has a copy of Framed!

Meanwhile, Brian was very unhappy: he was told by the Governor of HMP Thameside that he can’t apply his teaching skills for prisoners to benefit because he may not be staying at HMP Thameside until his release on 12 September…


About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is
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5 Responses to FRAMED! online – the Anatomy of Police Persecution – or the Story of a whistleblower of Paedophilia

  1. This is not Justice but PERSECUTION.

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