Monday, 13 January 2014

Andrew Rosindell MP and Councillor Peter Gardner Stay Silent On Serious Allegations of Wrong Doing

Persistent allegations of dirty tricks by the Havering Conservative Party assisted by Havering police just won't go away.  During the 1980s there was a concerted attempt to close Havering College of Further Education by the Havering Conservatives because, it is claimed, they did not want a college so close to the expensive exclusive Emerson Park estate.

The Havering Witness has first-hand witness testimony of a number of orchestrated criminal events at the college intended  to cause scandal and force its closure, the witnessed allegations include the following:

1)  The sale of a machine gun with live ammunition was eventually made to physics technician Peter who worked for physics lecturer John Dixon under Head of Science Bill Mansfield. The sale of the machine gun at the college was the result of a number of attempts to sell it to various college personnel over several weeks. The sellers of the machine gun Graham Langdon and Tony Perkiss (Purkiss?) are witnessed to have said that they were advised to try and sell the gun at the college by a Havering Conservative Party figure resident in Lake Rise, Romford. It was further stated by Langdon and Perkiss (and others) that this advice followed a phone call to Councillor Peter Gardner by the approached Conservative Party member resident in Lake Rise. There are further witnesses to a "test firing" of the machine gun on college grounds (in 1980) behind the automotive workshops by physics technician Peter accompanied by other college staff including well-known local lawn bowls player Chris Bryant and others including, it is said, college lecturers. Head of Science Bill Mansfield took no disciplinary action of any kind against his staff despite them exposing staff and students to live machine gun fire on college grounds.

2) The deliberate placing of young offenders at the college to cause trouble. There was no previous arrangement between the Havering Probation / Youth Offender Service and the college to enrol youth offenders at the college but such an arrangement materialised when the Havering Conservatives and their friends in Havering Police Station manipulated a publicly-funded service for their own private interests. This corruption came to light when two youth offenders caused a serious road traffic accident when exiting the college car park - a woman pedestrian nearly lost her leg as a result.  In the resulting legal action by the pedestrian it emerged that the two young offenders in the car, Stephen Ridpath and Lewis Adams, were recently placed at the college as part of a "new initiative" referring to the underhand "dirty tricks" plan to cause trouble at the college with police assistance. The use of several publicly-funded organisations by the Havering Conservatives to suit their own private agenda of keeping students away from expensive Conservative areas. The case was hushed up and not fully reported by the Romford Recorder but the Havering Witness will be searching for details on any other cases arising from the criminal behaviour of young offenders deliberately placed at the college by Havering Police officers liasing with the Havering Young Offender Team / Probation Service for the purposes of assisting their political friends in the Havering Conservative Party.

Read Background Article On College Scandal

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