UK: ‘Covid’ criminals are either incompetent or participating in fraud


Sent: Friday, July 1, 2022

Subject: “germ” FOIs: Metropolitan Police UK, California, Hackney – no records!

April 9, 2022:

This FOI response from Metropolitan Police, UK very strongly suggests that the people involved in their COVID-19 crime investigation (reference number 6029679/21) are either:

1) wildly unorganized and incompetent, or
2) participating in a cover-up of worldwide fraud and crimes against humanity.

We required the people acting for Metro Police to provide records that they ought to have sought as part of their investigation – records describing the first and absolutely essential (but not sufficient) step in proving the existence of the alleged “virus” (purification from bodily fluid/tissue), OR, if they have no such records (since none exist anywhere in the world) studies that in their opinion prove the existence of “SARS-COV-2”.    

They claim that they would need more than 18 hours to search for said records, and hide behind an exemption based on said claim.

Page 22:  

This letter is to inform you that it will not be possible to respond to your request within the cost threshold…Please also note that when one part of a request is refused because the cost of completing that part of the request would exceed the appropriate limit, this results in the refusal of the request in its entirety….

Section 12(2) – Exemption where cost of compliance exceeds appropriate limit The Section 12 Exemption applies because any attempt to fulfil this request would require an extensive manual search to ascertain whether any of the information requested is held…

The appropriate limit has been specified in regulations and for agencies outside central Government, this is set at £450.00. This represents the estimated cost of one person spending 18 hours [at a rate of £25 per hour] in determining whether the MPS holds the information and then locating, retrieving and extracting the information.

(As noted in my response:  Philip Hyland tells me that one of the first points he made in the crime complaint was that there was an onus on the MHRA to establish whether the virus really exists, and he referred to my worldwide collection of FOIs responses showing that no queried public body held an isolated/purified virus and hence could not scientifically establish existence.  I also provided 2 statements to the investigative team, advising them of the FOIs and their significance based on simple logic that anyone can understand.”)

Mark Sexton’s Open letter to Acting commissioner Stephen House and Chairman of “Her Majesties inspector of constabularies” Andy Cooke, dated 30/6/2022
Mark is a retired police constable and was a key figure in prompting the Metro Police to open their crime investigatio
n – which they later horrifically abandoned:

Mark’s letter in full:

By piotrbein