A new message to my friend, Jeremy Bamber

Hi Jeremy,
I have to say sorry again for upsetting you. The pain from my skin that is called Prurigo Nodularis, is triggered by stress and is
incurable and drove me to distraction. There is a drug called Cyclosporine and is like a horse tablet but it only takes away the pain. Part of the reason for what I wanted to do was that my own GP surgery refused to dispense the medication; 3 weeks of excruciating pain can send you round the bend. Nothing to do with those in the pharmacy, they are great but to do with the masonic links between my awful family and my GP. It seems that my family will go to any lengths to cause
me distress and pain.

Thankfully, I had my head screwed on correctly and I said that they were legally obliged to dispense the medication if there was a valid NHS form prescribed by a NHS doctor. So, with their tails between their legs, they have finally agreed to dispense the medication but the damage is done and so not only will I be suing for damages but I will be reporting the entire practice to the General medical Council, as they are jointly and severally liable.
As to my expedition, obviously that is totally out of the question now. My family shot themselves in the foot as, by organising to
refuse the medication, I will not be out of the hair for good. You know exactly what that means, don’t you? Setting you up with a
silencer, having you put away and then benefitting from your parents’ estate.
As to the rig, I am going to keep it. In time, I may have a new seat and gearbox and, as to the supplies, I offered them to the Red
Cross but they refused and just wanted cash. We both know why too, don’t we?
There is some good news and that is my last ex wife has reengaged with me. She knows that my father stitched both her and me up and with her notarised statement that a verbal contract existed, my father will have no choice but to pay out. Even better, she told her divorce solicitors at the time of the hearing but they said that they did not want to pursue it. She could have got over £400,000 from my father rather than £180,000 from me. Clearly, knowing how my family and it s associates behave, they got at her solicitors. No solicitor in their right mind would have ignored that. So, she can sue my father AND sue her solicitors for
malfeasance.
Keep in touch my friend; I am glad that I am back
David

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