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Mr Fraser Kemp MP

14 Nesham Place

Houghton-le-Spring

Tyne-Wear.

My Ref: MK/LP/FK14

16th of September 2002

Open Letter To Be Published For and In The General Public Interest.

Dear Mr Kemp

In your recent letter to me you have written that you refer me to your previous

correspondence. You add that you refer me to the correspondence that you have received

from Ministers.

In my previous correspondence to you over the past year I have asked you a considerable number of questions, none of which you have answered. You are also aware that you supplied indisputable evidence of crime used against me at the Durham and Newcastle County Courts by judges and others, to the Lord Chancellors Department, The Home Office, The Attorney General and the Parliamentary Commissioner. In the letters that you received from those authorities all have claimed that they have no responsibility to act on judicial crime. Mr Kemp, you must be aware that this is a very serious constitutional issue? I have asked you to raise these matters in the House of Commons. You have replied by letter to me that you are not permitted to raise questions in the House of Commons. I have asked you where you have received the latter information? You have also failed to answer that question as well. We are supposed to live in a democratic country but clearly the evidence which has been brought to light during our correspondence shows that democracy is not involved in the matters that you have been involved in bringing to light?

As a representative of your constituents in Parliament your responsibility is to protect the rights of them when matters such as those that I have reported to you come to light. It should not require me to tell you this. Clearly you have stopped at the most important part. That is seeking a resolution. Once you learned that there is no UK authority who will act on the matter of judicial and other crime that has been reported to you, then I believe that it is your duty as my member of Parliament to pursue this matter in the House of Commons. Then you write and say that you are not permitted to raise questions in the House of Commons? This in itself is a very serious matter. Any Member of Parliament who is not permitted to raise questions in the House of Commons is clearly not fulfilling the requirements that the job requires of him. What have you to say about this?

Amongst the many questions that I have placed in my letters to you which you have failed to reply to, is the matter of the European Human Rights Convention. Under the Convention British citizens have the right to have the resolution of their rights heard by an independent and impartial tribunal or committee established by law. Again I ask you, where is there any such authority established by law in matters of judicial and indeed police crime that are now involved? Why has New Labour failed to carry out the requirements of the European Human Rights Convention? Why does Britain now lead the European League in the matter of the abuse of human rights having overtaken the previous leader Turkey? Where is there any evidence of the pre election of the fairer Britain promised to us all by Prime Minister Tony Blair. How can the judiciary be independent of government when at its head is Lord Chancellor Mr Irvine who as you will know is a close friend of the Prime Minister? As you know, Lord Irvine is an un-elected member of the government.

Whether you like it or not Mr Kemp, you are now involved in the matters that I have reported to you. Constitutional issues along with protected crime are clearly involved now and I know that it is your duty to raise these matters in the House of Commons. If you donít wish to do that then clearly you become part of the problem not part of the solution.

I still await a reply to the questions that I have placed in my letters to you.

Yours sincerely

Maurice Kellett

16A The Lyons

Hetton-le-Hole

Tyne-Wear DH5 0HT.