Sept 8, 2019
Dear Dorset Police,
Subject: Entitlements - National insurance Contributions
Some years ago, I experienced difficulties securing unemployment entitlement, discriminatory difficulties. Although born here in the UK, I am not white. I've not secured entitlements since. Those responsible, not satisfied denying entitlements, also refused to allow me to sign for National insurance stamps. I've been menaced in response to complaints and protests. These are extreme right orchestrated activities.
I've contacted several authorities (inc the police and HMRC). Thus far no one seems prepared to assist me. Typically I am misdirected.
Every so often I try again; periodic attempts to secure assistance. The latest was July this year where again I was redirected to an office (HMRC) unable to assist. On challenging this failure, I was redirected to an other office unable to assist me; the state is either unable or unwilling to protect my interests.
Two crimes are being committed here: racism and fraud. It's ongoing for over 20 years.
Are you competent to assist. Do you wish to assist? This is a Freedom of Information request.
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Dear Mr Italiano,
Please find attached the response to your above numbered Freedom of Information Request.
Should you have any further queries please do not hesitate to contact me.
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