If you think that you will get justice from the small claims court, think again Part 2

In my previous post on this subject,


….it was a long narrative and the real message may have been missed.

As you know, I am suing my cousin for damages, following my release from prison, as she not only illegally moved my car illegally (although the Police did not care), she left it on the road for it to be vandalised. I am quite sure that my cousin muddied my name, even after everything that I did for her, to her neighbours. After all, she is a pathological liar. One of her neighbours told their son or daughter to vandalise my car.

But that is not the point of this post, not at all.

This is the message that I received from the small claims court

RE: Claim number 239MC526 Hender versus Cameron and claim number 239MC059 Hender versus Leverton

You replied on Sun 06/02/2022 19:15


contactocmc <xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Sun 06/02/2022 14:21 To:

  •  David Hender

Good afternoon,

Thank you for your email.

For clarity please see below timeline of events in relation to claim 239MC059:

  • 27/09/2021 – The defendant submitted their response as a written statement by email before the response deadline of 4pm 11/10/2021.

As per the CPR guidelines no requests for judgment entered after this date would be accepted as the defendant had submitted a response within the specified timeframe.

  • 14/10/2021 – The defendant’s response was referred for processing. The online claims system cannot presently process this type of response as it is a beta system so the case came ‘offline’. This was an adminstrative change only and did not impact the claim itself but does mean that the portal is not updated with the progress of the claim.

As a response had been submitted you would not be able to successfully submit a request for judgment via the portal.

  • 15/11/2021 – The defence was formally filed, a copy was sent to you and both parties were issued with N180 Directions Questionnaires which needed to be completed and returned by 02/12/2021.
  • 10/12/2021 – The defendant submitted their directions questionnaire. (NOTE AFTER THE DEADLINE)
  • 13/01/2021 (she meant 2022) – A Sanctions Order was issued to you advising that you must return the completed questionnaire by 25/01/2021 or the claim would be struck out.

I hope the above information answers your questions about the progress of the claim thus far.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any further questions.

Kind regards,



Online Civil Money Claims Team | Stoke-on-Trent CTSC

The first point to note is that she waited to reply until AFTER the deadline but I bet your bottom dollar that the corrupt judge will accept her missing the deadline but will not accept mine. I wanted to know where I stood before I did anything else and was waiting for an official response.

I have put the interesting part in bold. What she is saying that my case was taken off line for “administrative reasons” because the computer software was in Beta format.

My claim is no different from any other, there is absolutely nothing special about my claim.

So what Amy is saying is that because the software was in Beta format, every case was taken off line, thus preventing me from issuing a CCJ against my cousin.

Of course, that is completely untrue and that is because of my family’s masonic connections to the whole of society (masonic influence is an insidious virus). My case and no others was taken offline to prevent me from issuing a CCJ to my cousin.

Basically, the small claims court has lied to me and has tried to blind me with science but I am smarter than that and see right through their veil of deceit.

This was my reply

Re: Claim number 239MC526 Hender versus Cameron and claim number 239MC059 Hender versus Leverton


David Hender

Sun 06/02/2022 17:45

Reply To:

  •  contactocmc

Dear Amy,

Thank you for your email although I do not believe that the case went “off line” as you have stated; it was fixed, otherwise you would be manually dealing with all such claims, which means all of them.

As the defendant did not file the claim within the time allowed, did not file the N180 until after the specified date and that you failed to respond to me until after the deadline, I am thus entitled to have a lot of leeway.

I therefore have no choice but to file my N180 but I doubt that it will make any difference because the claimant’s uncle is a mason, as is my brother and the “family lawyer” and they have “fixed” the system. I have proof of this and in many other cases that involve my family. I look forward to a masonicaly corrupt judge striking this claim off.

Whilst I can print it off, my scanner is not working and I therefore send as an attachment, straight off the computer. Furthermore, if the defendant can file her defence electronically, so can I .

I enclose my N180 as an attachment and this whole debacle will be published on my blog, to show how corrupt the system really is.


Let us see what happens; I am not holding my breath

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