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Dear Cambridgeshire County Council,

Under freedom of information is chris malyon (cfo) finacialy responsible for the 90 plus Corporations Cambridgeshire County Council
Has registered as "branches" on dun&bradstreet.

Under freedom of information how much net profit have these "branches" made in the past 5 years .

Under freedom of information are these branches classed as LLC's.

Information on all corporations the county council own / hold can be found on dun&bradstreet

Yours faithfully,

michael john

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The CRIME of Conversion : converting the Creditor into the Debtor and the administrator into the Creditor, rendering all profit to go to the Crown BAR and ultimately to the private banking system.[1]
Persons that have sworn an oath to the BAR, being the office of Administrator, such as Judge, Magistrate or oath swearer of the BAR, can never return to the office of Debtor or Creditor. The Masonic Order.
Successful execution of the PERFECT-FRAUD that syphons the energy and mineral wealth of the public from the office of Creditor into the office of Administrator through a deceptive False quasi Trust by a private corporation passing itself off as the government.

FOI, Cambridgeshire County Council

Dear Michael

Re: Freedom of Information Request 984265

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Business Intelligence Team – Information and Records
Tel. 01223 743881, Email: [Cambridgeshire County Council request email]
Box No. OCT1224, Cambridgeshire County Council, Shire Hall, Cambridge, CB3 0AP

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FOI, Cambridgeshire County Council

Dear Michael

 

Re: Freedom of Information Request ref: FOI_984265

 

We have considered your request under the terms of the Freedom of
Information Act. Please find our response below.

 

 

Under freedom of information is chris malyon (cfo) finacialy responsible
for the  90 plus  Corporations  Cambridgeshire County Council Has
registered as "branches" on dun&bradstreet.

Under freedom of information how much net profit have these "branches" 
made in the past 5 years .

Under freedom of information are these branches classed as  LLC's.

 

Cambridgeshire County Council has not registered any “branches” on the
website Dun and Bradstreet. It is made clear on the Dun and Bradstreet
website that they source information from other public sources:

[1]https://www.dnb.co.uk/utility-pages/data...

 

Chris Malyon has no responsibility for the aforementioned branches.

 

None of the branches, many of which are schools and Council-owned
properties which are used to deliver services to Cambridgeshire residents,
are Limited Liability Companies. The Council does not make any profit from
any schools or any other properties. Therefore, we do not hold the
information requested on how much net profit has been made from these
“branches” in the past five years. 

 

 

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Information Management Team

Tel: 01223 699137

Box No. OCT1224, Cambridgeshire County Council, Shire Hall, Cambridge, CB3
0AP

 

 

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Dear FOI,

So would this mean your legal team LGSS are Financially responsible for the 90 + branches registerd on dun&bradstreet ??

Yours sincerely,

michael john