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How are the sheep doing?

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How are the sheep doing?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Law
Expert:  49erLBSU replied 1 year ago.

Hi Brian,

Can you explain a bit more about what you are looking for as I will be happy to assist.


Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Hi Michael. The question on sheep is just a joke in response to JustAnswer suggestion saying. "We feel a little sheepish" . Which went on to say they could not find a Lawyer to answer my simple question. We have had a few exchanges on the matter and reference to the issue has been posted on Brian MacGregor Facebook three times. July 5,7,9th
In Sept 2014 a former employee ran away with £6.5K and a new lap top from my business. Police said it was a civil matter and declined to act. I pursued the matter and suspect alleged I was "stalking"her. Hot headed cop charged me.
I complained to PIRC that police had failed to serve me properly and PIRC upheld my complaint.
The suspect told the police there was no new lap top. Then she said there was, but she had given it back to me in August 2014. She was in Poland all that August. Then she told police that she had given it to an IT expert to fix and for him to give it back to me. IT man has given eight page statement to police saying she has told them lies and anyway he could not fix lap top because it is under guarantee. I now discover that police "wrote off" the lap top incident on 19th Nov 2014.
By great coincidence, on 20th Nov, I had gone into the shop where I bought the lap top in order to get copy of receipt and its serial number to check local pawn shops, only to be informed that the suspect had been trying to obtain a false receipt for it in her name. I relayed this information to police but though they took a statement from the shop manager, they failed to pursue the matter.The Police Inspector involved refused to take a statement from me regarding the stolen cash, but your solicitor JGM at JustAnswer gave me an opinion saying that there seemed to be sufficient evidence to justify an investigation given the fact that the suspect had obtained the cash by "fraudulent misrepresentation"
I have asked the police for a view of the "Written off" Incident but they refuse to let me see it. I now find that the issue is even blanked out on the screen at police reception. I am alleging that police have either obstructed or perverted the course of justice and I need to see what is in the Incident report. My question is: Have I got a legal right to view this particular document and if so by what legal process?
You can get many more details on my Facebook page or indeed my web site which is served from Texas to evade censorship from our local police force. Kind regards ***** *****
Expert:  Jo C. replied 1 year ago.

Are you in the UK?

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
In Inverness Scotland. Good to hear from you Jo Cheers ***** *****
Expert:  Jo C. replied 1 year ago.

Sorry, i'm in England.

I will opt out for others.

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Thanks JoC but do you not remember helping me with a Scot's law question in the past? OK Perhaps you were living in Scotland at that time. There seems to be something very strange going on here when a farmer asks a simple question which no JustAnswer Lawyer seems able to answer. Wonder what has happened to the Librarian Expert that called for more detail.
Where is JGM who was able to answer my previous question?