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The police and PF for bringing a case that had no basis. Not only that but costing me my livelihood and effectively leaving me unemployed for a year while I was left hanging. The case was adjourned on many occasions. It could easily have been dropped much earlier - which in the end it was. The authorities do not have the right do destroy the lives of innocent people with impunity. Action must be taken and I would appreciate advice on how to start this process. Thanks
No. These allegations referred to the supposed presence of a "sexual" image on a mobile phone. No such image existed on the phone or ever had. This could easily have been established by the police with a cursory glance at the contents of my phone at the time of my arrest. This was not done despite my requests to do so at the time. Instead I was subjected to 18 months of hell because of a guilty til proven innocent mentality. This resulted in the police informing my employer which meant I lost my job. In the end the case was dropped which bears out my point. I am now back home working in London and no longer subject to the vagaries of the police state that exists in scotland (the supposed offence does not even exist under the Act in the rest of the UK!!!!!!). I believe I have a strong case against the state for loss of livelihood and the distress brought