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Information Access Team 
Shared Services Directorate 
  2 Marsham Street, London SW1P 4DF 
Switchboard 020 7035 4848 
E-mail: [email address] Website: www.homeoffice.gov.uk 
 
Our reference: 16735 
Date: 22 November 2010 
Dear Ms. Iatridou, 
 
Thank you for your e-mail of 10 November 2010, in which you ask for 
information on issues around the misuse of â€˜energy weapons’ and microchips.  
Your request has been handled as a request for information under the 
Freedom of Information Act 2000.  
 
We have considered your request and we believe it to be vexatious.  Section 
14(1) of the Act provides that the Home Office is not obliged to comply with a 
request for information of this nature.  We have decided that your request 
is vexatious because it meets with the criteria laid out by the Information 
Commissioner’s Office. A copy of this guidance can be viewed here â€“   
 
http://www.ico.gov.uk/upload/documents/library/freedom_of_information/detail
ed_specialist_guides/awareness_guidance_22_vexatious_and_repeated_req
uests_final.pdf
In particular it is noted that your request for information may be seen as 
‘obsessive’ when viewed in the context of previous correspondence and 
information requests you have directed to the Home Office alleging torture 
and conspiracy on the part of public authorities.  
 
If you are dissatisfied with this response you may request an independent 
internal review of our handling of your request by submitting a complaint 
within two months to the address below, quoting reference 16735. If you ask 
for an internal review, it would be helpful if you could say why you are 
dissatisfied with the response. 
 
Information Access Team 
Home Office 
Ground Floor, Seacole Building 
2 Marsham Street 
London SW1P 4DF 
Email: [email address]

As part of any internal review the Department's handling of your information 
request wil  be reassessed by staff who were not involved in providing you 
with this response. If you remain dissatisfied after this internal review, you 
would have a right of complaint to the Information Commissioner as 
established by section 50 of the Freedom of Information Act.  
 
Yours sincerely 
 
J Fanshaw