Archive for February, 2015


Ya’ara

Stop the intrusion into my heart
I can trace your steps from where
You did start walking with my minds
Eye

I know you I said to myself as to
My spirit you said hi

I did not question or reason why
Have you come to me

I did not question or reason how
Could this possibly be that beauty
Has found its way into the safety
Of my reclusion for did I not lock
That gate and the key throw away
To confusion of past and history

Now do tell how it is that you walk
Within me as if you know my mind
Is this deceit of the lowest kind or
Will with time I somehow find this
Is what’s meant to be

Death and life now stand right there
Before me showing me there all for it
Does not matter rise or fall as my heart beats constantly from the fear the possibility near of a begging or an
End

And there stand death and life asking did you not know we were friends sister and brother to trouble and strife
Husband and wife to love and hate and all cousins of confusion….. Unfinished 😳🙈✌️️xx

Is this the biggest coverup in Rutland

Oh! Scandals

aman-mehra

Strange goings-on in Britain’s smallest county. On the morning of 15 June, Aman Mehra, Rutland council’s “director of places”, was confronted in the council offices by chief exec Helen Briggs. She told him he was suspended indefinitely and escorted him off the premises. That evening he was found hanged at his home in Leicester.

Helen Briggs

An inquest concluded he had taken his own life and recorded a narrative verdict. The court heard that “disciplinary” letters were found in his car, but their contents were not revealed. Colleagues say Mehra, 42, was honest, well-liked and appeared to have no problems. Family members, however, say he had complained of being “marginalised” at work and was worried after “discovering things that he shouldn’t have”.

Since Mehra’s death a group of three independent councillors, David Richardson, Nick Wainwright and Richard Gale, have demanded that the Tory council explain why he was suspended or, if he…

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imageThis is the officer whom thinks school assaults by staff members is not a police issue and also states parents have no right to complain if children are assaulted at school by members of the teaching staff “what happens in school should stay in school”

Racism in Rutland PC

 

Joe Lloyd Collar number: 1312 I joined Leicestershire Police in December 2001 having previously served in the Armed Forces. I started my career in Melton Mowbray where I served in several roles. In 2007 I joined an Immigration crime team that worked in partnership with the UK Border Agency. This role has exposed me to multi agency working which will assist me in my new role as PBO for Oakham Town. “I will be working closely with the rest of the neighbourhood team providing a visible police presence, identifying and putting into place community issues, along with tackling crime and anti-social behaviour within your area.” Send an email to your neighbourhood team Leave a voicemail for PC Joe Lloyd by calling 101 and follow the instructions to leave a message for an officer. When prompted, key in the identification number 1312.PC Joe Lloyd Collar number: 1312 I joined Leicestershire Police in December 2001 having previously served in the Armed Forces. I started my career in Melton Mowbray where I served in several roles. In 2007 I joined an Immigration crime team that worked in partnership with the UK Border Agency. This role has exposed me to multi agency working which will assist me in my new role as PBO for Oakham Town. “I will be working closely with the rest of the neighbourhood team providing a visible police presence, identifying and putting into place community issues, along with tackling crime and anti-social behaviour within your area.” Send an email to your neighbourhood team Leave a voicemail for PC Joe Lloyd by calling 101 and follow the instructions to leave a message for an officer. When prompted, key in the identification number 1312.PC Joe Lloyd Collar number: 1312 I joined Leicestershire Police in December 2001 having previously served in the Armed Forces. I started my career in Melton Mowbray where I served in several roles. In 2007 I joined an Immigration crime team that worked in partnership with the UK Border Agency. This role has exposed me to multi agency working which will assist me in my new role as PBO for Oakham Town. “I will be working closely with the rest of the neighbourhood team providing a visible police presence, identifying and putting into place community issues, along with tackling crime and anti-social behaviour within your area.” Send an email to your neighbourhood team Leave a voicemail for PC Joe Lloyd by calling 101 and follow the instructions to leave a message for an officer. When prompted, key in the identification number 1312.
 

 

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