A Martin McGartland request - Suspect/s connected to, involved and or wanted in connection with unsolved attempted murder cases

Martin McGartland (Ataliwyd y cyfrif) made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Northumbria Police

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Martin McGartland (Ataliwyd y cyfrif)

Dear Northumbria Police,

I am making following request Under the Freedom of Information Act for all recorded information you hold concerning that relating to suspect/s connected to, involved and or wanted in connection with unsolved attempted murder cases as well as;

1. How many suspects who are currently being sought by Northumbria Police in connection with unsolved attempted murders? By suspects I also mean those who Northumbria Police believe were involved or connected to attempted murder/s.

2. Regards 1 above, how many suspects have been identified from fingerprints or DNA evidence left at crime scenes in unsolved attempted murder case/s?

3, Regards 1 & 2 above, what is the longest period that a suspect has been at large

4. Regards 1, 2 and 3 above, how many, if any, of the suspects are believed to be outside UK?

(a) What action have Northumbria Police taken to arrest such suspects?

Yours faithfully,

Martin McGartland

www.martinmcgartland.co.uk - Highlighting very serious corruption within Northumbria Police HQ

Martin McGartland (Ataliwyd y cyfrif)

Dear Northumbria Police,

I sent this request some 10 days ago. Can you please confirm that your dealing with this FOIA request

Yours faithfully,

Martin McGartland

www.martinmcgartland.co.uk

Northumbria Police

I can confirm that this request is being dealt with.
Your ref no is as above and your due date for a response is 18/03/13.

Regards

Jan

From: Martin McGartland <[FOI #150021 email]> on
26/02/2013 10:44

To: FOI requests at Northumbria Police
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Subject: Re: Freedom of Information request - A Martin McGartland
request - Suspect/s connected to, involved and or wanted in
connection with unsolved attempted murder cases

Dear Northumbria Police,

I sent this request some 10 days ago. Can you please confirm that
your dealing with this FOIA request

Yours faithfully,

Martin McGartland

www.martinmcgartland.co.uk

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Martin McGartland (Ataliwyd y cyfrif)

Dear Northumbria Police,

Thank you for that.

Yours faithfully,

Martin McGartland

Highlighting serious corruption within Northumbria Police HQ - www.martinmcgartland.co.uk

Northumbria Police

1 Atodiad

Provision of information held by Northumbria Police made under the Freedom
of Information Act 2000 (the 'Act')

Thank you for your e mail dated 16 February 2013 in which you made a
request for access to certain information which may be held by Northumbria
Police.

As you may be aware the purpose of the Act is to allow a general right of
access to information held by a Public Authority (including the Police),
subject to certain limitations and exemptions.

You asked:

1. How many suspects who are currently being sought by Northumbria Police
in connection with unsolved attempted murders? By suspects I
also mean those who Northumbria Police believe were involved or
connected to attempted murder/s.

2. Regards 1 above, how many suspects have been identified from
fingerprints or DNA evidence left at crime scenes in unsolved attempted
murder case/s?

3, Regards 1 & 2 above, what is the longest period that a suspect has been
at large

4. Regards 1, 2 and 3 above, how many, if any, of the suspects are believed
to be outside UK?

(a) What action have Northumbria Police taken to arrest such suspects?

In response:

We have now had the opportunity to fully consider your request and I
provide a response for your attention.

Section 14(1) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (the Act) states that
a public authority is not obliged to comply with a request if it is
considered vexatious. There is no definition of ‘vexatious’ within the Act
but it is to be given its ordinary meaning. The aim of this provision is
to reduce the burden of compliance with requests that are unreasonable or
aimed to cause annoyance, harassment or disruption and to prevent abuse of
the right to know.

Between 4th and 26th February 2013, you submitted 6 requests for
information about a variety of subjects, some of which are similar in
nature to requests previously received from you. You have submitted a
total of 38 requests since 1st January 2012.

I have considered the guidance provided by the Information Commissioner (a
link to which is below) and have further considered the guidance in the
First-Tier Tribunal decision (Independent Police Complaints Commission v
The Information Commissioner (EA/2011/0222)) (again a link is provided
below) and I am of the view that your requests are similar in nature to
those dealt with by this case. In particular, I have taken account of the
number of requests, the variety of subjects, the context in which requests
have been submitted and the background to your requests.

It is my view that this request is vexatious and I am refusing your request
under section 14 (1) Freedom of Information Act 2000.

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Martin McGartland (Ataliwyd y cyfrif)

Dear Northumbria Police,

More lies to cover-up, conceal serious corruption within Northumbria Police HQ. I note you have not supplied any details at all to backup the Lie that this request is 'vexatious’ nor have you shown how, where or when that I have requested the above recorded information. I am requesting an Internal review. Please ensure that you also supply the evidence to backup your wild claims.

Yours faithfully,

Martin McGartland

Northumbria Police

1 Atodiad

Request 146/13 - Unsolved attempt murder

Dear Mr McGartland

The original response to this request was sent with an incorrect author's
name. I enclose the corrected response below.

From:        Freedom of Information Mailbox on 18/03/2013 17:17

Sent by:        Jan McEwan

To:        Martin McGartland <[FOI #150021 email]>
cc:        
Subject:        Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA) Request 146/13 -
Unsolved attempt murder [NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED]
Provision of information held by Northumbria Police made under the Freedom
of Information Act 2000 (the 'Act')

Thank you for your e mail dated 16 February 2013 in which you made a
request for access to certain information which may be held by Northumbria
Police.

As you may be aware the purpose of the Act is to allow a general right of
access to information held by a Public Authority (including the Police),
subject to certain limitations and exemptions.
 
You asked:

1. How many suspects who are currently being sought by Northumbria  Police
in connection with unsolved attempted murders? By suspects I
     also mean those who Northumbria Police believe were involved or
connected to attempted murder/s.
     
2. Regards 1 above, how many suspects have been identified from
 fingerprints or DNA evidence left at crime scenes in unsolved attempted
murder case/s?

3, Regards 1 & 2 above, what is the longest period that a suspect has been
at large
     
4. Regards 1, 2 and 3 above, how many, if any, of the suspects are
believed to be outside UK?
     
(a) What action have Northumbria Police taken to arrest such suspects?

In response:

We have now had the opportunity to fully consider your request and I
provide a response for your attention.

Section 14(1) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (the Act) states that
a public authority is not obliged to comply with a request if it is
considered vexatious.  There is no definition of ‘vexatious’ within the
Act but it is to be given its ordinary meaning.  The aim of this provision
is to reduce the burden of compliance with requests that are unreasonable
or aimed to cause annoyance, harassment or disruption and to prevent abuse
of the right to know.

Between 4th and 26th February 2013, you submitted 6 requests for
information about a variety of subjects, some of which are similar in
nature to requests previously received from you.  You have submitted a
total of 38 requests since 1st January 2012.  

I have considered the guidance provided by the Information Commissioner (a
link to which is below) and have further considered the guidance in the
First-Tier Tribunal decision (Independent Police Complaints Commission v
The Information Commissioner (EA/2011/0222)) (again a link is provided
below) and I am of the view that your requests are similar in nature to
those dealt with by this case.  In particular, I have taken account of the
number of requests, the variety of subjects, the context in which requests
have been submitted and the background to your requests.

It is my view that this request is vexatious and I am refusing your
request under section 14 (1) Freedom of Information Act 2000.

http://www.ico.gov.uk/for_organisations/...

http://www.informationtribunal.gov.uk/DB...

You may be interested to know that Northumbria Police routinely publish
information via the Disclosure Log.  The aim of the Disclosure Log is to
promote openness and transparency by voluntarily placing information into
the public arena.

The Disclosure Log contains copies of some of the information that has
been disclosed by Northumbria Police in response to requests made under
the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

Whilst it is not possible to publish all responses we will endeavour to
publish those where we feel that the information disclosed is in the
public interest.

The Disclosure Log will be updated once responses have been sent to the
requester.

I have provided the relevant link below.

[1]http://www.northumbria.police.uk/foi/dis...

The information we have supplied to you is likely to contain intellectual
property rights of Northumbria Police.  Your use of the information must
be strictly in accordance with the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988
(as amended) or such other applicable legislation.  In particular, you
must not re-use this information for any commercial purpose.

How to complain

If you are unhappy with our decision or do not consider that we have
handled your request properly and we are unable to resolve this issue
informally, you are entitled to make a formal complaint to us under our
complaints procedure which is attached.

If you are still unhappy after we have investigated your complaint and
reported to you the outcome, you may complain directly to the Information
Commissioner’s Office and request that they investigate to ascertain
whether we have dealt with your request in accordance with the Act.

Yours sincerely

Hayley Morrison

Disclosure Manager

0191 2956940
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Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA) Request 146/13 - Unsolved attempt
murder

We acknowledge receipt of your request for an internal review of the
response you received in relation to the above mentioned Freedom Of
Information request.

We aim to provide a response to you within 20 working days of this
acknowledgement.
Yours sincerely

Michael Cleugh
Data Protection & Disclosure Advisor

From:        Martin McGartland
<[FOI #150021 email]> on 19/03/2013 00:56

To:        [Northumbria Police request email]
cc:        
Subject:        Internal review of Freedom of Information request - A
Martin McGartland request - Suspect/s connected to, involved and or wanted
in connection with unsolved attempted murder cases

     Dear Northumbria Police,
   
    More lies to cover-up, conceal serious corruption within
    Northumbria Police HQ. I note you have not supplied any details at
    all to backup the Lie that this request is 'vexatious’ nor have you
    shown how, where or when that I have requested the above recorded
    information. I am requesting an Internal review. Please ensure that
    you also supply the evidence to backup your wild claims.
   
    Yours faithfully,
   
    Martin McGartland
   
   

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

Northumbria Police

Request 146/13

Dear Mr McGartland

Provision of information held by Northumbria Police made under the Freedom
of Information Act 2000 (the 'Act')

Thank you for your e-mail acknowledged 19th March 2013 in which you
requested a review of the response to your request for access to certain
information which may be held by Northumbria Police.

As you may be aware the purpose of the Act is to allow a general right of
access to information held by a Public Authority (including the Police),
subject to certain limitations and exemptions.

You asked:
1. How many suspects who are currently being sought by Northumbria Police
in connection with unsolved attempted murders? By suspects I also mean
those who Northumbria Police believe were involved or connected to
attempted murder/s.

2. Regards 1 above, how many suspects have been identified from
fingerprints or DNA evidence left at crime scenes in unsolved attempted
murder case/s?

3, Regards 1 & 2 above, what is the longest period that a suspect has been
at large

4. Regards 1, 2 and 3 above, how many, if any, of the suspects are believed
to be outside UK?

(a) What action have Northumbria Police taken to arrest such suspects?

The response:
We have now had the opportunity to fully consider your request and I
provide a response for your attention.

Section 14(1) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (the Act) states that
a public authority is not obliged to comply with a request if it is
considered vexatious. There is no definition of ‘vexatious’ within the Act
but it is to be given its ordinary meaning. The aim of this provision is
to reduce the burden of compliance with requests that are unreasonable or
aimed to cause annoyance, harassment or disruption and to prevent abuse of
the right to know.

Between 4th and 26th February 2013, you submitted 6 requests for
information about a variety of subjects, some of which are similar in
nature to requests previously received from you. You have submitted a
total of 38 requests since 1st January 2012.

I have considered the guidance provided by the Information Commissioner (a
link to which is below) and have further considered the guidance in the
First-Tier Tribunal decision (Independent Police Complaints Commission v
The Information Commissioner (EA/2011/0222)) (again a link is provided
below) and I am of the view that your requests are similar in nature to
those dealt with by this case. In particular, I have taken account of the
number of requests, the variety of subjects, the context in which requests
have been submitted and the background to your requests.

It is my view that this request is vexatious and I am refusing your request
under section 14 (1) Freedom of Information Act 2000.

http://www.ico.gov.uk/for_organisations/...

http://www.informationtribunal.gov.uk/DB...

Your request for review asked:

Dear Northumbria Police,

More lies to cover-up, conceal serious corruption within Northumbria Police
HQ. I note you have not supplied any details at all to backup the Lie that
this request is 'vexatious’ nor have you shown how, where or when that I
have requested the above recorded information. I am requesting an Internal
review. Please ensure that you also supply the evidence to backup your wild
claims.

In response:

The response provided to your request outlined that it was deemed vexatious
under section 14(1) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000. You were
referred to the Information Commissioners Guidance and the Information
Tribunal decision in relation to what constitutes vexatiousness in the
context of section 14. The Tribunal provides, in particular, the following
by way of its decision:-

“it is necessary to look at all the surrounding facts and apply them
to the question whether the request is vexatious…..a request which by
no means overwhelms the resources of the authority but is clearly
motivated merely by a desire to cause a nuisance may be judged
vexatious without more. A similarly modest request, viewed against a
long history of similar requests showing no obvious serious purpose
in the requester may satisfy s14 even where, seen in isolation, it
would fall short of doing so…….Abuse of the right to information
under s1 FOIA is the most dangerous enemy of the continuing exercise
of that right for legitimate purposes. It damages FOIA and the vital
rights that it enacted in the public perception. In our view, the
ICO and the Tribunal should have no hesitation in upholding public
authorities which invoke s14(1) in answer to grossly excessive or
ill-intentioned requests and should not feel bound to do so only
where a sufficient number of tests on a checklist are satisfied. The
present requests were, in our opinion, not just burdensome and
harassing but furthermore wholly unreasonable and of very uncertain
purpose and dubious value, given the undiscriminating nature of the
first request. We are by no means convinced of Mr Andrews good faith
in making it. Adopting the approach advocated above, we should have
regarded any one of those findings as sufficient to describe these
requests as vexatious given the history of earlier requests and the
public hostile comments to which the Decision Notice referred.”

It is noted that you have made a total of 54 Freedom of Information
requests since 2011 . The section 14 provision, as outlined, has the
intention to reduce the burden of compliance with requests that are
unreasonable or aimed to cause annoyance, harassment or disruption and to
prevent abuse of the right to know. Having reviewed your requests over the
previous 12 months (and indeed earlier) and taken account of the guidance
from the ICO and the case outlined above, I believe that your conduct has
been sufficient to justify a vexatious finding. I have considered the
checklist provided by the ICO and am of the view that as 3 of the 5 factors
which the ICO recommends are taken into account when considering such a
finding, are satisfied, your request can be considered vexatious. Further,
when considering the caselaw in particular, I believe your requests are
obsessive, intended to harass the organisation and members thereof and are
designed to cause disruption and annoyance and are not made in good faith.
I have considered, in reviewing this matter, the complaints made to the
Professional Standards Department and the IPCC and your online campaign
against individual officers which could amount to defamatory libel and the
inflammatory language you have used in correspondence with the
organisation.

You have not provided any indication of the law which you consider has been
contravened and the above has been taken into account in deciding, on
review, whether this matter has been properly handled.

In conclusion, it is the decision of this review that the exemption was
fully applicable and the response supplied was therefore suitable. If you
remain dissatisfied with the outcome of this review then it remains open to
you to refer this matter to the Information Commissioner at the following
address:

The Information Commissioner’s Office
Wycliffe House
Water Lane
Wilmslow
Cheshire
SK9 5AF

Yours sincerely

Louise Silverton
Force Delivery Manager
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Martin McGartland (Ataliwyd y cyfrif)

Dear Northumbria Police,

This is further evidence that Sue Sim, Chris Thomson and others within Northumbria Police are involved in serious Criminal Corruption and a cover-up when dealing with me and my attempted murder case.

Lets be clear, the above Corrupt officers have (and continue to) obstruct my FOIA and DPA requests so that they can conceal their own wrongdoing as well as as concealing the recorded information that I have been requesting, information that would prove the same.

They are once again lying by claiming that my requests are ‘vexatious’. I say once again because they lied about this back in 2009. They did so so that they could cover-up above as well as their involvement in it.

To show (prove) this is indeed the case I have attached a link to a reply sent to me by Northumbria Police back in 2009. At that time I had only made between 1 and 3 requests, those were also the first ever FOI requests I had made and each related to my attempted murder case. Northumbria Police, for above reason/s, falsely claimed at that time that my requests were ‘vexatious’, See here; http://www.scribd.com/doc/103682756/Stat... The Lies that Sue Sim, Chris Thomson and Northumbria Police tell when dealing with me, my attempted murder case.

I complained to the ICO and that complaint was upheld. The ICO stated very clearly that my requests were NOT ‘vexatious’. Northumbria Police had again been caught lying. That was also part of the Sue Sim, Chris Thomson Criminal Cover-up and their Big Fat Lies when dealing with me, my cases. I was even told by NP in the 2009 reply that they would not deal with any FOIA requests made by me that related to my attempted murder case, their investigation into it or even those relating to complaints I had made to NP. Easy to see why, so that Sue Sim and Chris Thomson could cover-up their criminal acts and wrong doing, those connected to me, my attempted murder.

You claim in your latest reply that;

"I have considered, in reviewing this matter, the complaints made to the Professional Standards Department and the IPCC and your online campaign
against individual officers which could amount to defamatory libel and the inflammatory language you have used in correspondence with the organisation.

You have not provided any indication of the law which you consider has been contravened and the above has been taken into account in deciding, on review, whether this matter has been properly handled." Given above you would say that. However, let me be very clear concerning any comment on 'defamatory libel and the inflammatory language'.

You (and those within your legal department that drafted your reply) will be well aware that the definition/s of 'defamatory' states that;
calumniatory: (used of statements) harmful and often untrue; tending to discredit or malign.

The word 'untrue' is important in this case, i.e. each/every statement I have made and those I will continue to make are of course statements of fact, they are true.

The statement I have made are statements of fact and I will continue to make them so that I can expose serious failings and corruption by Sue Sim, Chris Thomson and other Yes men and women (such as yourself) within NP HQ.

For the record I stand by each and every word I have ever said. I would welcome any opportunity to face Sue Sim and or Chris Thomson in any court in the land. I'm not so sure that they wound. That would be more than their job was worth.

As far as I am concerned both are Bent and Corrupt coppers who are not fit to be in public office.

When dealing with me, my attempted murder case both have lied to me and others, including the press. They and Northumbria Police have concealed compelling evidence connected to my attempted murder, I say this was done to protect those involved in my attempted murder. They have also conspired with their Special Branch and MI5, they have failed to carry out any type of proper investigation into my attempted murder, they have been protecting (from arrest) person/s who were involved and or who were connected to my 1999 attempted murder.

Both Sue Sim and Chris Thomson have even lied to me as the victim and the press and also the public by covering up PIRA involvement when they have all the evidence to show it was the PIRA who tried to kill me. Both they and NP have also failed to deal with me correctly (and within the law) as the victim in this case.

NP have let me down at every stage. They have also whitewashed and covered-up every complaint I have made against them and NP.

I could go on and on but the fact is that both Chris Thomson and his boss Sue Sim (as well as others)are up to their necks in the most serious Criminal Corruption when dealing with me and my attempted murder case. You refer to the IPCC and Professional Standards Department.

You, NP have a Brass Neck, PSD is controlled by the one and only Chris Thomson, the NP PSD is a standing joke; see here; Northumbria Police are a JOKE - one of the most corrupt forces in the UK; http://youtu.be/wSW_Ukihxwg

Both NP - PSD and IPCC are controlled by the Home Office So far as me and my case is concerned its State Sponsored. Sue Sim, Chris Thomson and all the others are being protected by HMG and MI5 so that they can continue to protect PIRA terrorists. They are all in it; Set-up to be murdered by Northumbria Police,The CPS and MI5 !http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11yk7p3KpSI

I suspect the Corrupt Legal Department of Northumbria Police will have already told Sue Sim and Chris Thomson that they don't have a leg to strand-on so far as their idle threat/s of legal action are concerned. Her's hoping that they will Bring It On.

Please also pass a copy of this reply to both Sue Sim and Chris Thomson as I want them to be aware of above.

Yours faithfully,

Martin McGartland

Highlighting very serious corruption within NP HQ when dealing with the Martin McGartland attempted murder case ...

Gadawodd Martin McGartland (Ataliwyd y cyfrif) anodiad ()

The Lies - the cover-up - the Dirthy Tricks and the concealing of evidence to protect PIRA terrorists and also to protect very corrupt cops, MI5 officers and HMG ...

All you need to know about the Northumbria Police, MI5 and State Cover-up & Corruption in the Martin McGartland case; http://www.scribd.com/martymcgartland