Statement of a lying cop from Ormskirk who is under investigation for perjury

This is redacted parts of a statement submitted by a Lancashire police officer stationed in Ormskirk.

As in the previous article here, this officer is under investigation for perjury

Section 1 of the Perjury Act 1911 states;

“If any person lawfully sworn as a witness or as an interpreter in a judicial proceeding wilfully makes a statement material in that proceeding, which he knows to be false or does not believe to be true, he shall be guilty of perjury, and shall, on conviction thereof on indictment, be liable to penal servitude for a term not exceeding seven years, or to imprisonment”

The officer assaulted me (kicked me) on TWO separate occasions,  I told him on both occasions to stop assaulting me or I would use ‘reasonable force‘.

He confirmed (as can be seen in his statement), that I had verbally made clear to him that I had been assaulted by him, yet, this lying cop fails to mention that in his statement and lied in court.

He did, however, confirm this verbal announcement of assault took place on TWO occasions and that I had said I would use reasonable force if it continued.

Self-defence is clearly defined by the CPS here;

Reasonable Force
A person may use such force as is reasonable in the circumstances for the purposes of (in the alternative): –

    • self-defence;
    • defence of another;
    • defence of property;
    • prevention of crime;
    • lawful arrest.

So, if a cop kicks me, I have a right to self-defence.

Before I even utilised my lawful right of self-defence, I gave him a positive warning, and because of that I get arrested, prosecuted and convicted, all because this snowflake cop didn’t like the fact that I could legally stand up to him and as he was an acting inspector in the presence of two PC’s, he wanted to show them who was the boss!

So he arrested me, (as he confirmed in his statement), for my comments about using reasonable force.

At trial, he then LIED to the magistrates when asked if he had kicked me.  He also lied about the exact same incident in a Civil hearing, again, under oath.

I was convicted because of his LIES.

Fortunately, I was later acquitted on appeal after the CCTV containing this conclusive evidence of him kicking me was ordered to be released by the Crown Court.

This CCTV was being withheld, intentionally, by now-retired Inspector who is alleged to have perverted the course of Justice.

Lancashire police failed to hold any officer to account for this gross injustice, now it is with the IOPC.


  1. I would not trust the IOPC to make an objective judgment.
    However, when your case is proven, I hope this Retired
    Officer will be prosecuted and have his pension removed.

    • I don’t trust them either, either way, a prosecution will take place as the evidence has been scrutinised and is deemed prima facie evidence and was material to the conviction.

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