I have referred the issue to the IPCC but all they did was refer the matter to local
resolution. All that happens is the local police station investigating themselves.
The investigating officer of my complaint with the IPCC called me on the phone with
an excuse that did not make logical sense and was laced with a smack of arrogance
when I question his explanation. In effect saying, this is my explanation take or
leave it, you cannot do anything about it.
Sent a pre-court action letter to the metropolitan police directorate of legal service.
From this point the police started to print out and manufacture evidence to support
a sham defence and to support the explanation given by the said detective sergeant
They then sat on this information, waiting for any court action from myself.
Took the matter to court: The metropolitan police took advantage of a slightly blurred
picture of the Met’s most wanted poster, sent to them in the pre-court action letter.
They started to manipulate images, tamper with witness statements of a security supervisor
of Tiffany & Co Basharat Ali.
This witness statement was a request for CCTV footage from a PC H Whyte dated the
10th January 2013 covering the ground floor merchandise sales area for the date 24th
December 2012: time between 14.45 –14.55.
The first judge, District Judge Jackson was fair in her Judgement, although she did
strike out my Human Rights claim because it was time barred She ordered amendments
on both sides.
The second hearing, District Judge Worthington appeared to be deaf and blind to the
Metropolitan Police’s activities.
We should be able to trust the police. :
In not blatantly telling lies in court
In not committing, what equates to fraud in court.
We should be able to rely on CRIS crime reports and expect them to be true reflection
of a crime.
The Metropolitan Police cannot pretend that they cannot recognize a false CRIS Crime
report, when it’s so blatantly obvious when you collate and compare all the evidence
from the CRIS Crime report.
We should be able to rely on any CCTV evidence presented by the Metropolitan Police
in a court of law, whether be civil and /or criminal.
Individuals within the Metropolitan Police should not be allowed to get away with
actions, which equates to breaking the fraud act 2006; Just because their actions
was done within the court system.
Institutional racism still exists within the Metropolitan Police and I do believe
in the court system to some degree.
You would have thought that, after the Stephen Lawrence case, over twenty years ago
and millions of pounds spent on a public enquiry, there would be some improvements
in the way black people are treated by the Metropolitan Police and the legal system.
But no, we are still waiting on improvements.
Will equality ever come from these organization without positive intervention from
the Government with proper laws and tighter drafting of these laws, to solve the
problem of false evidence in court ?
Improvements with the law would weed out individuals who practice skullduggery within
This is one of the purposes of this website as well as to expose and try to stop
other court cases like mine.
My name is Howard. Fowlin
I am an independent distributor and seller of watches and fancy goods, throughout
London and the surrounding areas.
. In the course of carrying out my business, in the Boroughs of (Westminster, Brent
and Kensington & Chelsea).
The Metropolitan police captured and/or retained my image, taken from a public surveillance
camera and placed this image on the Met’s Most Wanted Poster, outside a closed down
police station in Harrow Road West London.
The date the poster was compiled, January 2013, the date I discovered it was 5th
December 2013. The image number 113699.
I committed no crime at the said time, my image was captured and no crime is or was
connected with my image 113699.
SHAM DEFENCE FROM THE METROPOLITAN POLICE IN COURT AND PRODUCING FALSE WITNESS STATEMENTS
FROM EX-POLICE OFFICERS LIKE HELEN MACKAY OF TIFFANY & CO IS WRONG
The reason I have decided to create this website is because I have made several reasonable
attempts to resolve this issue with the Metropolitan Police to no avail.