David Clark refutes Con-MP Goodwill
IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST
David Clark, a name known to readers of Real Whitby who have been following the investigation into the moral probity of Councillors Jane Kenyon and T.W. Miller (Bill), has written to the Editor of Real Whitby.
David has for many, many years been confined to a wheelchair.
He is a pensioner.
He has never met Conservative County Councillor Jane Kenyon.
Nevertheless, Robert Goodwill MP has accused him, in the following words, of serially harassing Councillor Jane Kenyon:
- ” David Clark . . . who has been harassing Councillor Kenyon for some considerable period of time.”
It is unclear on what grounds Robert Goodwill MP bases that very serious accusation.
David Clark has made Freedom of Information requests. David Clark has lawfully obtained documents from a number of institutions (British and American).
On the basis of these elements of the Public Record – and no other sources – David Clark has lodged complaints with the appropriate bodies, complying in full with the procedures adopted by those bodies for dealing with complaints.
The legal definition of ‘Harassment’ excludes any possibility of David Clark being guilty of the crime of which Robert Goodwill MP has accused him
Real Whitby is happy to extend to David Clark his ‘right to reply’.
Here is his letter to the Editor, which includes his remarks addressed to Robert Goodwill MP:
27th August 2012
It is good to see that Mr Mike Ward is taking an interest in the recent articles published by Real Whitby with regard to the business entity Belvedere Computers Inc. (#999400), a California Corporation.
I very much welcome Mr Mike Ward’s interest.
I reported the fact of the California Corporation – Belvedere Computers Inc. – to the relevant British authorities several years ago. Two of the Officers of the Corporation are namely; T.W. Miller, President, Chief Executive Officer and Jane Margaret Kenyon, Secretary, Chief Financial Officer and Agent for Service of Process.
The two Officers were, at the time I made the report, and remain presently, active in Local Government in Great Britain.
The California Corporation is presently (as of 17th August 2012) suspended.
I discovered that the Corporation had been suspended on 2nd August 1982.
Prior to that date, the Corporation was summoned to the Superior Court of California, San Mateo County, California, USA:
- Case Number: 248256 – Plaintiff: Christensen Properties Incorporated – Defendant: Belvedere Computers Incorporated, et al. – File Date: 30th October 1980 – Complaint: Unlawful Detainer [ie: non-payment of rent].
The case was found in favour of the Plaintiff, and against Belvedere Computers Incorporated, et al.
The Defendants are not listed as having been present in Court.
(It is thought that they high-tailed it back to Blighty).
- “Does the fact that the case was found in favour of the Plaintiff mean that the Corporation (Belvedere Computers Incorporated: #999400) and its Directors have a County Court Judgement against them?”
Belvedere Computers Incorporated (Co.#999400), as of 17th August 2012, was STILL “Suspended”.
The Corporation has NOT been “Dissolved”.
To restore the Corporation to good standing, the Corporation must first be revived, then pay any debt
Once the debt is settled, The Corporation can be “Dissolved” – or trade on.
I have the Court papers. And other papers that relate to the Corporation’s “Suspension”.
I have never been interviewed by anyone in Authority with regard to these matters; though I have supplied the various Authorities with documentation.
I would like now to address myself to Robert Goodwill MP (Scarborough & Whitby).
Belvedere Computers Incorporated have been “Suspended” for thirty years. Belvedere Computers Incorporated have not been “Dissolved”.
Two of your Constituents, namely T.W. Miller and Jane Margaret Kenyon are Officers of that California Corporation.
I would again ask this question:
- “How can it be that the Secretary, CFO and Agent for Service of Process of a “Suspended” California Corporation can be Chairman of a British Police Authority?”
I have been investigating these matter for a very long time. There are very serious that have come to light through the course of that long time.
These issues have not so far been dealt with in a proper way.
An inquiry is required.
Thank you for giving me the opportunity to express these thoughts.
[signed]: D.W. Clark
Readers of Real Whitby are perhaps not generally aware that, in 1992, Councillor Jane Margaret Kenyon stood for Parliament in the United Kingdom, as a Conservative candidate, in the Constituency of Huddersfield – coming a well-beaten second to Labour Co-Op incumbent Barry Sheerman.
Real Whitby wonders if Robert Goodwill can name any of his House of Commons colleagues who have stood for Parliament as un-discharged bankrupts – here or abroad.
Perhaps Robert Goodwill MP finds nothing offensive in the notion of undeclared and un-discharged bankrupts representing their Constituents in the House of Commons or, indeed, becoming Portfolio Holders of Councils or Chairs of Police Authorities – as long, that is, as they left their debts unpaid elsewhere
He Robert Goodwill MP feels that anything not expressly forbidden by the rules is acceptable, just as he thought that his profiteering from his Expense Allowances as a Member of the European Parliament was something to brag about:
- “As a Capitalist, also as a British Conservative, I see it as a challenge to buy cheap tickets and make some profit on the system.”
The Conservative Party itself condemned his actions, saying, “the party does not endorse the fiddling of expenses or the impression given that the system should be made available for personal profit”.
Just as the Conservative Party offered Robert Goodwill no support then, the Conservative Party has not come to the succour of Councillor Jane Kenyon now. They have left that to the only North Yorkshire MP rash enough to do so
But let is not be too harsh; perhaps, like Prime Minister David Cameron, Robert Goodwill MP wishes to “reinforce a greater ‘we’re all in this together’ sense of fairness, which is so important to social cohesion?”
An appropriate moment for an apology, Mr Goodwill?