I do not know why this has never occurred to me before.
If I HAD committed a crime, why did they not just arrest me at my house, rather than come up with this failure to attend a voluntary interview and defamation business? the former, which is not a crime AT ALL and the latter being a CIVIL OFFENCE. Why did they not just come to my back door and arrest me there and then, if I had committed a crime?
Of course, there was no such crime committed, that I was found guilty of in my absence, as I knew nothing about it (AND THEY KNEW IT) and Leverton wanted to get me into the police station, out of my comfort zone and then for me to hang myself.
Do not get me wrong, even though Leverton is a masonically corrupt police staff officer, he is clever and knew exactly what he was doing. He first put me at ease by sympathising with me regarding my false arrest (for which no action was taken against my false accuser) over the sexual abuse allegations and then put words in my mouth.
Even after the interview finished, it took hours for the CPS to find a possible way of charging me and, even then, could only come up with an act that was relevant before the internet existed in its current form.
As I have always said, Leverton is as guilty as hell and Olivia Pinkney, Chief Constable of Hampshire and Isle of Wight, should accept that, not play continuous games, instruct that my verdict be set aside, pay me considerable compensation and then let me get on with my life, as best as I can. Does Olivia Pinkney have any humanity, sympathy and empathy at all?
Regardless of what happens, I am damaged beyond repair. My mental health is in tatters (just ask my few friends) and my physical health is in a very poor state. As I write, I am in excruciating pain from my skin condition (Prurigo Nodularis) that has been caused by the immense stress of the false arrest for sexual abuse and the so called harassment issue (Dr Ashton of the Lighthouse Clinic has been very helpful to try and alleviate my pain) but, if I can get some justice, then I can get a little peace.
Everyone deserves that