Miss Kim Brudenell
Solicitor to the Inquiry
Royal Courts of Justice
14 February 2012
Dear Miss Brudenell,
Confirming our telephone conversation of 14 February, you stated:
1. That my email to you of 27 January was received despite no acknowledgement being sent .
2. That my various submissions to the Inquiry are currently being reviewed.
3. That no decision as to whether I will be called as a witness has been made.
4. That it is probable that you will write to me with answers to the questions raised in my email of 27 January within 14 days.
We agreed that if I have not received a written reply from you within two weeks I will phone you again.
I think it would be useful if we have a meeting to allow me to explain fully the extent of the press abuse I have experienced, the blatant failure of the PCC to act even when presented with the most persuasive evidence of breaches of the PCC Code of Conduct and the shameful refusal of the police to meaningfully investigate instances of the press receiving information illicitly from the police which I have referred to them.
If I am not called to give evidence it will be scandalous. Not only am I an exemplary witness for all of the abuses the Inquiry is investigating bar phone tapping, but I have provided you with a letter from an editor to the PCC admitting receiving information illicitly from the police. As that editor has already appeared before the Inquiry and under oath denied any knowledge of receiving information illicitly from the police, that constitutes an unambiguous act of perjury.
Please acknowledge receipt of this email. You might like to note that I have yet to receive an acknowledgement at the first time of asking for any of the emails I have sent to the Inquiry.