Subject: RE: A HASNET-BAILEY-REECE
From: MSU <MSU@hmcts.gsi.gov.uk>
Date: 03/03/2014 17:06
To: "'Mike Clarke'" <mike@rake.net>

Sir I will refer this along with the Hard Copy to Master Eyre.
 

Bailey Reed
Team Leader
Master's Support Unit Room E07
Queen's Bench
High Court
Strand
London
WC2A 2LL

DX44450

Tel-0207-947-7772

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From: Mike Clarke [mailto:mike@rake.net]
Sent: 03 March 2014 15:47
To: MSU
Subject: A HASNET-BAILEY-REECE

Dear Sirs

i refer to the recorded delivery of;

i, a man, require a 'queens bench' court of record .... copy;


I trust you have now received
.


mikeclarke




-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: discrimination of assistance
Date: Thu, 27 Feb 2014 13:23:26 +0100
From: Mike Clarke <mike@rake.net>
To: MSU <MSU@hmcts.gsi.gov.uk>


DISCRIMINATION OF ASSISTANCE

OK

Thank you for MASTER EYRE's comments.

I never wanted to be disrespectful in any way but after our original submission that he wished changed to ann clarke rather than mikeclarke THAT took time to be looked at where over one month has passed by only to get the answer after changing the names, that it did not make sense which he could of said in the first point of contact rather than prevaricating or what would appear delaying.

I have now submitted the last document below KARLA'S via recorded delivery which you should hopefully receive tomorrow or the day after.

Just to take another note which has now come to light to show there would appear to be discrimination in who gets assistance AND WHO DOES not, and I here provide you the information by way of a lady now known to me as;

karla turner whom could not understand why I was being shunned from being helped to create the document a certain way when the way I had presented it seemed similar to hers below except typed.. also addressed by MASTER EYRE

THIS BEING SAID I NOW AWAIT YOUR RECEIT OF MY DOCUMENT VIA RECORDED DELIVERY






On 27/02/2014 11:49, MSU wrote:

Dear Sirs,

 

Your email has been forwarded to Deputy Master Eyre, who has stated the following:

 " I have said that using email to send an attachment, a link or anything else comes within the prohibition. "

 

Regards

 

A. Hasnat                

Queen's Bench MSU


From: Mike Clarke [mailto:mike@rake.net]
Sent: 26 February 2014 22:50
To: MSU
Subject: APOLOGY

BAILEY REED

Having reconsidered my positon i extend my apologies to MASTER EYRE
Please accept the required reconsidered submission attached as a pdf







On 26/02/2014 13:17, MSU wrote:

Sir your email was referred to Master Eyre who responds as follows:

"Please inform Mr. Clarke that, exactly as he was warned would happen, I shall from now on ignore any email-message from him."

Yours faithfully

Bailey Reed
Team Leader
Master's Support Unit Room E07
Queen's Bench
High Court
Strand
London
WC2A 2LL

DX44450

Tel-0207-947-7772

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From: Mike Clarke [mailto:mike@rake.net]
Sent: 26 February 2014 11:15
To: MSU
Subject: Ref: access to QUEENS BENCH

EMAILED & SENT RECORDED DELIVERY
FAO

Dear Bailey Reed & Master Eyre  26.02.2014

I am being reliably informed that we do not need a lawyer to gain access to QUEENS BENCH.
QUEENS BENCH is open to the QUEEN and likewise to her subjects therefore access cannot be denied 24/7.

In the telephone call you also stated I needed legal representation, which I do not, by law, to access the QUEENS BENCH court of record.
Therefore I request written clarity upon the telephone call where access to queens bench is being denied and thus the lawful reasons as to why, as I am informed there is no lawful reasons and thus then, you would then be committing a crime yourselves.

You also state I need to fill in a form which I believe is also not required by law or, if it is please direct me to such a law.
CRIMINAL matters, which they are, do not require the levy of fees and are therefore, fee free.

If you are going to ignore this request.
I will need to persue yourselves in this regard.

Without a firm response within 24 hours, as the matter has already been delayed by yourselves for one month,
I shall need to bring charges against you for misconduct in public office.

Regards,
Mike, & Ann Clarke
31 Cherry Tree Rd
Blackpool
FY4 4NS

email
mike@rake.net
mike@opg.me
websites: www.opposepredatoryguardians.com
www.opg.me  www.courtofprotection.me.uk
UK Mobile 07523287267 Spanish Mobile 0034618999708
Skype name: mrmikeclarke




On 26/02/2014 10:10, MSU wrote:

Telephone Number 02034758996

10am-1pm.

Bailey Reed
Team Leader
Master's Support Unit Room E07
Queen's Bench
High Court
Strand
London
WC2A 2LL

DX44450

Tel-0207-947-7772

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