This officer attempted to deliver a warning letter in the company of another man claiming to be from Kirklees Council - however, neither he nor the councillor appeared to have the necessary documentation and were acting outside the jurisdiction of their job function, as well as breaking the law.
He and the "council worker" came pottering along with their own little script lined up, which quickly crumbled to ashes when they failed to produce the required documentation, and waddled away doing the walk of shame, leaving a foul stench and a mess which required strong bleach to remove.
The man has also been spotted being caught red-handed in an undercover child abuse
As well as this, the warning letter they delivered, but failed to issue correctly, is directly orchestrated to facilitate the use of the land around these premises by hard-crime rings, including drug use and child trafficking. The nearby flats are occupied by a mixture of child abusers and drug addicts, who are hired by the rings to carry out their dirty work - fortunately, with very limited success.
Near to this disaster zone are purpose-built bungalows designed for elderly and disabled people, as well as slightly larger flats built for small families.
The concealed yard, although covered by cameras from all angles, is for some reason seen as a desirable place to carry out deals and transporting peculiar-looking items.
The area is also known to have been frequented by the arena bomber in the time leading up to the attack.
A recent article in The Evening Standard highlights the connections between hard-crime rings, especially pedophiles, and organised terror campaigns:
'National Crime Agency director-general Graeme Biggar said law enforcement and MI5 are monitoring the threat.'
Mr Biggar said the biggest group of offenders in the UK is those who pose a sexual threat to children, estimated to be between 680,000 and 830,000 people – around 10 times the prison population. He warned that the availability of abuse images online has a radicalising effect by normalising paedophiles’ behaviour, and that viewing images, whether real or AI-generated, increases the risk of someone going on to abuse a child themselves. There are around 59,000 people involved in serious organised crime in the UK, with around £12 billion generated by criminal activities each year, and around £100 billion of dirty cash from across the globe laundered through the UK.
Coming soon will be a breakdown of their communication, highlighting the benefits that implementing these instructions would have for the trafficking rings.