Dear Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Prosecution in Scotland,
Dear sir or madam
I am writing this request to you in relation to case number L112002992
I wish to ask on how this case passed the evidence and public intrest stages of investigation if you state reasons
On May 27th 2016 you disclosed a list to me
(1) a letter from Sspca to police Scotland
(1a) I made my own foi to police Scotland
And received the reply On the 27/8/18
That there was no evidence of any letter Held .
(2) standard prosecution report dated 14/6/12
Submitted 9 days after horse died 4 weeks 3 days in spca care . It also states in this report
Owner was not on site as was taken away to hospital during visit .
(2a) please look at question and answer 705 on
Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Sub-Committee
Animal welfare: domestic pets inquiry - publications
Inquiry status:

Report published on 16 November 2016; Government Response published on 7 February 2017
As as it states with warrant or consent ?
(3) vets report
(3a)written by seizing inspectors own vet so not
Impartial or independent dated the 15/7/12
So written after death of horse who died overnight in a field at riding centre (4 weeks 3 days after seizure)
(4) spca notice under section 24/25 of the animal health and welfare(scotland) act 2006
(4a) this notice was for the 2 Shetlands left on site and was vetted and passed this vetting by a vet ( evidence was submitted to copfs proving this ) this notice had no mention of the horse seized ?
(5) post mortom report
(5a) the post Mortom report states horse weighed 500kgs and was lean to good body condition (27 year old thoroughbred) there is no mention of the horse being emaciated?
(6) photographs
(6a) undated photographs taken at riding centre
Where Sspca have unlimited access as belongs to inspectors parent
All this was told to lawyer so would have been disclosed at case
So I would like to ask how this case passed the evidence and public intrest test to proceed if you could supply the answer please
As no evidence was submitted of any vets treatment or farrier care in Sspca care
And they have refused to disclose any to myself
As as they are not part of any foi requests

Yours faithfully,

mandi mac

Dear Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Prosecution in Scotland,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Prosecution in Scotland's handling of my FOI request 'Evidence test procedures'.
I am still awaiting a reply to my request that is very much overdue and still not answered ,
As the way this case was handled by both sspca and the court system is very much in the public’s intrest
On how these cases are conducted

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/e...

Yours faithfully,

mandi mac