“Partygate” turns “Jailgate” with an aggravated conspiracy to pervert the course of justice by the Tory kleptocracy and their soldiers, the systemically corrupt Met Police. They are laughing at us, the people, at the expense of the public, the rule of law and the overwhelming public interest in prosecuting all responsible.
A culture of impunity, secrecy and lawlessness prevails
The lawless Tory establishment have instructed Met Police to prevent justice being served on Boris Johnson, that is a fact.
The offence of perverting the course of public justice is committed when a course of public justice has started and one does an act, or series of acts, to prevent justice being served on themselves, on another, or on others.
Huhne, Pryce and Briscoe were jailed over their fixed penalty notice evasion – Why are the Tories and their affiliates made above the law?
Back in 2014, Chris Huhne, the former Secretary of State for BEIS, his ex-wife, Vicky Pryce and Constance Briscoe, a recorder judge were all jailed for perverting the course of justice over Huhne’s driving points. The course of public justice had started when Huhne was served the driving point form.
With Huhne’s consent, Pryce took his driving points, perverting the course of public justice to prevent justice being served on Huhne. Briscoe joined the bandwagon, lying to prevent justice being served on both Huhne and Pryce when the course of public justice had started.
The originating driving points offence in Huhne, Pryce Briscoe was subject to a fixed penalty notice with a maximum penalty of a fine and 3 driving points.
It matters not the severity of the originating offence where perverting the course of justice is concerned, what completes the offence is when someone acts in a way to prevent justice being served on an offender when a course of public justice has started.
If you get flashed by a speed camera once down the motorway, you receive the fixed penalty notice of a fine and 3 points on your license.
If you go further down the motorway and you get flashed again, you receive a further fixed penalty notice and 3 points on your license. In other words, the law provides that you get punished each time you commit the offence. That has not happened here.
Boris Johnson committed the offence on six counts – The fine doubles for each subsequent breach
Like the driving points offence in Huhne, Briscoe, Pryce, criminal breaches of the Coronavirus legislation are also only subject to a fixed penalty notice.
However, the fixed penalty notices for breach of the Coronavirus lockdown legislation doubles for each subsequent offence. Any breach at large gatherings of more than fifteen people is subject to an £800 fine on the first count, reduced to £400 if paid within 14-days.
It is proven that Boris Johnson was at six of the social gatherings when the restriction on social gatherings were in force, therefore it is proven that Johnson has committed the offence on six counts.
Partygate turns Jailgate – Perverting the course of public justice is a very serious offence
It is likewise proven that Boris Johnson has only been punished for only one of the six offences he has committed, proving that Met Police, acting under orders of either Boris himself or members of his Tory kleptocracy, have conspired to pervert the course of justice.
Perverting the course of public justice is an indictable only offence, it must be tried exclusively in the Crown Court by judge and a jury panel. In conspiracy, when committed by corrupt public officials and police whilst abusing the public trust instilled in them, the offence is aggravated.
Breaches of the Coronavirus lockdown legislation – The events Johnson is proven to have attended
15th May 2020 – The cheese and wine party in the garden of Number 10
Boris Johnson, his then fiancée and 17 staff were pictured in attendance in breach of the regulations. At that time regulations permitted a meeting of only one other person from outside their household, and only as long as it was an outdoor public place. Two-metre social distancing must have been maintained. Level of fine: £400 if paid within 14-days or £800 thereafter.
20th May 2020 – Bring your own booze party
Over 40 Downing Street staff attended the “bring your own booze” party during the first lockdown in breach of the regulations. Boris Johnson first sought to conceal the fact he attended, but then during the PM’s questions in Parliament on 12th January 2022 Johnson accepted that he did attend but that he thought it was a work event. Level of fine: £800 if paid within 14-days or £1600 thereafter.
19th June 2020 – Boris Johnson’s birthday party bash
Up to 30 revellers got together in the Cabinet Room at Number 10 to present the Prime Minister with his birthday cake. Johnson, his wife Carrie Symonds and Rishi Sunak all paid fixed penalty notices, yet those notices were only for £200 and not for the £400 prescribed by law. Why did they receive a £200 discount when anyone else would have been fined £400 if paid within 14-days or £800 thereafter? Level of fine: £1600 if paid within 14-days or £3,200 thereafter.
13th Nov 2020 – The Downing Street flat party
With localised reports of loud music sounds of a party coming from Johnson’s taxpayer sponsored flat at Number 11. When asked about it, Johnson’s former chief advisor at Number 10, Dominic Cummings claimed that there were additional parties in Johnson’s flat during lockdown. When questioned as to whether a party went ahead in his flat, Johnson lied and denied there was . The Sue Gray report mentioned a second event held the same day at Number 10 celebrating departure of Cummings. Level of fine: £3,200 if paid within 14-days or £6,400 thereafter.
27th Nov 2020 – Senior aide – Cleo Watson’s leaving party
During the second lockdown there was a leaving party for Johnson’s senior aide Cleo Watson. During the event Johnson commended on how crowded the room was, with between 40 – 50 in attendance. Level of fine: £6,400.
11th Dec 2020 – Wine time Fridays bash for Number 10 staff
A drinks fridge was witnessed being delivered to Number 10 for “wine time Fridays” with evidence that further “wine time Fridays” were held during lockdown. Level of fine: £6,400 for each additional breach.
Boris Johnson has been made “above the law” cheating the taxpayer of no less than £18,800 in fines at minimum
He received just a £200 fine, a 50% discount on what anyone else would have been fined when the law commits the minimum fixed penalty notice as £400. The corrupt police and the Tories, whether Johnson himself or one of his aides, perverted the course of justice to ensure he evaded justice for the rest.
We are being conservative, for we know that in fact Boris Johnson attended more than just 6 events. Intelligence UK International investigates.
At a cost to the taxpayer of over £460,000 for the mooted police investigation and the cover up, what a dreadful abuse of the public trust, needless to say, outright corruption and criminality.
Johnson’s wife, Carry, was likewise at all of the same events, and is therefore subject to the same statutory minimum fine across those FPNs of £18,800 of they were paid within 14-days.
The Lord Chancellor, Dominic Raab who is sworn into office to ” respect the rule of law” condones law breaking on video
“Look, the police have investigated this, without fear or favour, I appreciate there’s been lots of speculation but that’s what the police have found. Ur, um, speaking from a government point of view I think it’s right and welcome that the Metropolitan Police have concluded their investigation” said Raab.
Raab went on to state “He’s already apologised, we take the issues very seriously, there’s been an overhaul of Number 10 since the interim Sue Gray report”
This is the Lord Chancellor responsible for the rule of law and justice in England and Wales implying that it’s fine to break the law, as long as one apologises. Is that respecting the rule of law?
What about perverting the course of justice? They all appear to be very good at that. Are they going to apologise, and before or after they complete their sentences?
The sentencing remarks in Huhne, Pryce Briscoe synergise perfectly in this case of impunity for the Tory kleptocracy
“If there is a common thread between you all, then, from the insights I have had into the character of the each of you during this case, I regret that it is one of arrogance by educated individuals who considered that respect for the law was for others”
“It must be clearly understood that it amounts to the serious criminal offence of doing acts tending and intended to pervert the course of justice and that, save in the most exceptional circumstances, an immediate custodial sentence must follow“.
Meanwhile on Friday 20/05/2022 it was announced that Johnson met with Sue Gray around a month ago
A Number 10 spokesperson announced that “the Prime Minister commissioned the investigation led by Sue Gray and has been clear throughout that it should be completely independent”.
It was so independent that one of the defendants who commissioned the report met in private with the investigator when the course of public justice was in play to enquire as to whether incriminating photos would be published in the report.
Sue Gray Report published – the full report
UPDATED: Today, 25th May 2022 the full Sue Gray report is published.
Nobody is above the supremacy of the rule of law, Boris Johnson and all 12 of the Met Detectives tasked with the investigation, along with whomever else of their Tory kleptocracy were involved in the conspiracy must be arrested and returned to Court for onward trial in the Old Bailey for aggravated conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.
What were the police that were on guard 24/7 outside Number 10 & 11 Downing Street doing when all this was going on? Bodycam footage?
We have asked Boris Johnson, Number 10 and Dominic Raab to comment and we will publish any comments received in the next article in this sequel.
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