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Crime Report - Gateshead - Crime Report - Manchester

Updated: Aug 10, 2020

Mark Steele and Lee Garrett address two contractor installers fitting an O2, 5G installation. These are cancer causing technologies using weapons grade frequencies designed to harm meeting the Government endorsed coerced Silent Weapons Quiet Wars initiative in progress since 2.6.1953. We are now in the end game, make no mistake.

Northumberland Police - (Corporate Entity). Protect The O2 Installation (Corporate Entity)

By claiming that there is a lockdown (under false pretences) Govt mislead the UK population and falsified the death counts - everyone dies of Covid -19 - Standard,

Corporate Entity - Individual liabilities against named individuals will be required.

Mast installation M16: 19.5.2020

Corporate Manslaughter:

Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007

The offence

(1)An organisation to which this section applies is guilty of an offence if the way in which its activities are managed or organised—

(a)causes a person's death, and

(b)amounts to a gross breach of a relevant duty of care owed by the organisation to the deceased.

(2)The organisations to which this section applies are—

(a)a corporation;

(b)a department or other body listed in Schedule 1;

(c)a police force;

(d)a partnership, or a trade union or employers' association, that is an employer.

(3)An organisation is guilty of an offence under this section only if the way in which its activities are managed or organised by its senior management is a substantial element in the breach referred to in subsection (1).

(4)For the purposes of this Act—

(a)“relevant duty of care” has the meaning given by section 2, read with sections 3 to 7;

(b)a breach of a duty of care by an organisation is a “gross” breach if the conduct alleged to amount to a breach of that duty falls far below what can reasonably be expected of the organisation in the circumstances;

(c)“senior management”, in relation to an organisation, means the persons who play significant roles in—

(i)the making of decisions about how the whole or a substantial part of its activities are to be managed or organised, or

(ii)the actual managing or organising of the whole or a substantial part of those activities.

(5)The offence under this section is called—

(a)corporate manslaughter, in so far as it is an offence under the law of England and Wales or Northern Ireland;

(b)corporate homicide, in so far as it is an offence under the law of Scotland.

(6)An organisation that is guilty of corporate manslaughter or corporate homicide is liable on conviction on indictment to a fine.

(7)The offence of corporate homicide is indictable only in the High Court of Justiciary.

Policing and law enforcement

(1)Any duty of care owed by a public authority in respect of—

(a)operations within subsection(2),

(b)activities carried on in preparation for, or directly in support of, such operations, or

(c)training of a hazardous nature, or training carried out in a hazardous way, which it is considered needs to be carried out, or carried out in that way, in order to improve or maintain the effectiveness of officers or employees of the public authority with respect to such operations,is not a “relevant duty of care”.

(2)Operations are within this subsection if—

(a)they are operations for dealing with terrorism, civil unrest or serious disorder,

(b)they involve the carrying on of policing or law-enforcement activities, and

(c)officers or employees of the public authority in question come under attack, or face the threat of attack or violent resistance, in the course of the operations.

(3)Any duty of care owed by a public authority in respect of other policing or law-enforcement activities is not a “relevant duty of care” unless it falls within section 2(1)(a), (b) or (d).

(4)In this section “policing or law-enforcement activities” includes—

(a)activities carried on in the exercise of functions that are—

(i)functions of police forces, or

(ii)functions of the same or a similar nature exercisable by public authorities other than police forces;

(b)activities carried on in the exercise of functions of constables employed by a public authority;

(c)activities carried on in the exercise of functions exercisable under Chapter 4 of Part 2 of the Serious Organised Crime and Police Act 2005 (c. 15) (protection of witnesses and other persons);

(d)activities carried on to enforce any provision contained in or made under the Immigration Acts.

Attempts to Report 5G installs in Manchester via chat have seen Police closing down the chat sessions.

Case Studies:

Follow The Money.

You are in a war situation SWQW but your Government failed to tell you as they are now your enemy and are controlled through secret organisations. Look for UK Councils and UK Political Parties. Right Hand Side. Bilderberg documents can be read on wikileaks.

bilderberg-history-1956.pdf 01-Jan-1984 01:01 30988 bilderberg-meeting-report-1957.pdf 01-Jan-1984 01:01 115783 bilderberg-meeting-report-1958.pdf 01-Jan-1984 01:01 737103 bilderberg-meeting-report-1962.pdf 01-Jan-1984 01:01 1971462 bilderberg-meetings-report-1955.pdf 01-Jan-1984 01:01 105245 bilderberg-meetings-report-1960.pdf 01-Jan-1984 01:01 105093 bilderberg-meetings-report-1963.pdf 01-Jan-1984 01:01 135878 bilderberg-meetings-report-1980.pdf 01-Jan-1984 01:01 4048562

It may sound hard to believe but when you understand there is NO Pandemic and this is a Social Engineering and Control exercise things will become clearer.

Mike Kane MP has been informed along with other GMCA representatives since mid 2019.

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