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Soho Housing Association: Why there is no escape.

I continue to receive mail in the name of Mr A Ryan. I also received a copy of a letter signed by Steven Baker of Soho Housing Association. The letter states six bare-faced lies about me. Although it is addressed to me, it is obviously really intended to be read by the other agencies it is copied to and to portray me yet again as insane, incompetent and unworthy to hold a tenancy. From this I deduce that Soho Housing Association and its cohort of bent policemen and crooked council officials are once again hatching a plot to harass me out of my tenancy. I will say more about Steven Baker of Soho Housing Association, in my next post.

They are likely to succeed in getting rid of me eventually, because they spend the rent money on highly competent lawyers, whereas the rent payers can only afford special bad lawyers for poor people.

There is no escape from the malevolence  of Soho Housing Association.

 

It is reasonable, in the circumstances, to ask why I do not take my own advice and look for another landlord. There are many reasons why I should not do that, but the main reason is:

The sad truth is that there is no escape from the malevolence of Soho Housing Association and my only hope of any alleviation of my circumstances is to remain exactly where I am for as long as I can.

The reason there is no escape from the malevolence of Soho Housing Association is that, as I have learned from the Police Complaints Commission, a police section to a mental hospital is recorded as an arrest. This explains why most police officers I have met, prefer to fit people up for the mental hospital, rather than chase criminals, as it is quicker, safer and less trouble to lock up innocent people and the arrest total will be the same.

This means that when Soho Housing Association caused me to be abducted and imprisoned in the insane asylum, it thereby ensured that I would be on the police database for the rest of my life. Presumably this is why they felt they needed to break into my flat and remove me under section, rather than extend a civilised invitation, which I could accept or decline.

My police record, courtesy of Soho Housing Association, follows me wherever I go, including internationally. This has been proved repeatedly, whenever I have left home for days, weeks or months. Wherever I go in the world, there is a police reception waiting for me, when I arrive.

It may be just one police helicopter, circling in the sky above, but there have also been occasions when the local police have rushed to the spot, sirens blaring, only to wander around aimlessly when they arrive, as there is actually nothing for them to do. But they always make sure that I am minutely monitored while I am in their area, using the TETRA equipment with which they are supplied. This TETRA equipment is so intrusive and unnatural that its use constitutes a form of torture.

Naturally the police are happy to use this TETRA torture on me and thousands like me, but their joy may be short-lived as, according  to Dr Barry Trower, the police officers who use it are now all getting cancer.

But, there is no need for me to leave the country, or even my area, to be aware of the constant surveillance I am under. I have only to go into any department store. I can expect to be met there by solicitous enquiries after my (mental) health, the staff having been warned by “security”, that a well known nutcase was about to enter the building. And “security” makes sure I leave the shop as soon as possible, keeping a close eye on me, all the time I am there.

Soho Housing Association, breaking into your flat 2

ImageSince I was reluctantly and tardily released from the mental asylum, Soho Housing Association has not stopped trying to put me back in there, and, since I have started this blog, Soho Housing Association has redoubled its efforts to put me away and steal my flat from me.

Incredibly, they are using exactly the same methods, corrupt tenants and corrupt departments of Westminster Council that they used before!

I received a letter from one such department, whose officer has invited himself to my flat. If I don’t let him in, he will break in, but he ends the letter, cheerily, “See you next Thursday”.

Here is my reply:

Sir,

 

Regarding your proposal to make an informal visit to my flat on 25th April.

 

I do not engage in informal arrangements with officers of Westminster Council.

 

I will be seeing my solicitor today, Tuesday and we will send a formal reply to your proposal, which will be copied to your supervisor, Steve Harrison. If you are unwilling to wait to receive the reply that we will send to your letter, and are determined to obtain a warrant of entry, please make sure that warrant is lawfully obtained, and not by perjury, as was the case with the last warrant obtained by Westminster Council. I am at present engaged in seeking redress from George Christian, the officer who unlawfully obtained it.

 

I look forward to not seeing you next Thursday.

 

At the last break-in by Soho Housing Association, which ended with my indefinite incarceration in the asylum, I also arranged to see a solicitor. Somehow, it seems that Soho Housing Association found out the date that I was to see the solicitor and they broke in the day before. How did they find out? Perhaps their favourite tenants, who work in the Metropolitan Police Service tipped them off.

 

Soho Housing Association: subsidence and rodent infestation

Soon after my tenancy was acquired by property developer, Soho Housing Association, I was required to move out of my accommodation. Subsidence had been discovered in the building I inhabited and I was moved to another flat in the same compound.

Shortly after I moved in, this flat too, started showing signs of subsidence. I reported to Soho Housing Association that there was a widening crack in the floorboards. Their response was to tell me to get a carpet.

As, possibly, the result of sudsidence, but more likely because Soho Housing Association will not pay anybody to clean the place regularly, I had to learn to live with a damp smell in the front hallway, which seeped through to my flat, from time to time. Soho Housing Association encouraged the other tenants to think that the bad smell was the result of my, allegedly, filthy habits.

Meanwhile, the crack in the floor began to admit rodents to my flat. Again, Soho Housing Association told me this was my responsibility. I invested in electric devices which helped a bit and eventually, Soho Housing Association engaged a pest control company, at the tenants’ expense.

The firm put down some poison but it had no effect, and their contract was terminated. The rodent problem continued, however, and I had to keep food and valuables under cover, in the bath to try to protect them from being nibbled by mice, which were everywhere by now.

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