Len does not blog. But he emails. Beautifully. Using colour and other layout features. And he finds always the right people to address! Here he writes on behalf of former servicemen as he once was military, too:
Her Majesties Inspector of Constabularies
Dear Mr Winsor,
Servicemen / women: Chemical Poisoning, (Organophosates used in Gulf War One) — Brain Injury — Family and/or Criminal Court = Prison or Homelessness
Children’s Home (abused) PTSD — military PTSD++++ — Family and/or Criminal Court — PTSD +++++++++ = Prison or Homelessness
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Subject: Tell me your story
As some of you are aware I have spent many years gathering evidence and data to try and understand the mechanisms used to move me from a position of relative stability, home owner, professional pilot, family man to a shell of a person medicated until I lost capacity and all of the things I held dearest whilst under the guardianship of the Official Solicitor to the Senior Courts.
I have now gathered enough support and expertise to be able to tell my story. Critical to the impact of my story is the wider public understanding that my case is not a one off that can be easily brushed aside as an anomaly or bad luck. The mechanisms to destroy the lifestyle of any member of our society exist within the UK Courts, Health and Social systems.
Which is why I want to tell your story too.
If you would like to be included in the publication, please forward roughly 1,000 words detailing your story to me by post or email. Your story may be edited to help with the flow of the narrative (editing will be of writing style not details and or facts of your account). Post editing you will be given final sign off of your story and your permission sought for inclusion. Pictures are also very welcome.
I look forward to your response.
Email: bae AT hotmail.co.uk
Len was held captive in the United Kingdom by the Official Solicitor to the High Court for almost eighteen months and medicated to the extent that he was incapable of legal discussion and understanding. During which time most of his assets were disposed of, by Solicitors and Barristers, whilst generating revenue for themselves, all without Len’s knowledge and consent.
Finally, without the knowledge of the Official Solicitor, the British Airline Pilots Association directed Len to Professor Gordon Turnbull, FRCP FRCPsych (Psychiatric adviser to the United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority) who reviewed the evidence, stopped all medication and Len was referred to Neurologists for brain damage assessment. Thereafter Len received specialist toxicology treatment for poisoning by Organophosphates with additional support from the Royal British Legion, SAFFA and the Royal Naval Benevolent Trust.
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