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The death of Roy Greig – a case of malfeasance and nonfeasance

alex alexander made this Freedom of Information request
to Grampian Police
The request was refused by Grampian Police.
alex alexander


9 May 2012

Dear Grampian Police,

Dear Grampian Police,

MALFEASANCE

WILFUL MISCONDUCT

BREACH OF PUBLIC DUTY

PUBLIC NEGLIGENCE

FRAUD

You have also stated you did a full investigation into the death of Roy Greig.

You have stated to MANY members of the public and politicians etc
that the Hollie Greig case was fully investigated. You have also stated
you did a full investigation into the death of Roy Greig.

I require answers to the following:

Roy Greig’s body arrived at the Aberdeen hospital just after 10pm,
yet the fire report states suicide was determined by 1.27. Yet the
police only had light from the fire brigade for ONE hour. 22.32 the fire
incident log states “… the appliance will be in attendance for
approximately 1 hour to provide lighting for police investigation unit.”

1) Does Grampian police constitute one hour at the scene plus 2.5
hours in the middle of a November stormy night sufficient time to
determine the cause of death?

2) Please provide the full forensics report of your full investigation.

3) What is the name of the Officer who determined Roy Greig committed it was suicide?

4) Plase provide the haematology/toxicology report of Roy Greig’s blood, confirming he died of carbon Monoxide poisoning?

5) Do you have photographs of his burnt vehicle?

6) What was the name of the second person/witness at the scene, who’s name has been withheld?

7) Did you investigate how Sylvester Cadger was able to see the
alleged burning vehicle on a November night with gale force winds and
torrential rain from the motorway? We have, it was impossible. A full
investigation?

8) Where are the mandetory photographs of Roy Greig’s autopsy?

9) Why was Roy Greigs coffin closed to his relative Anne Greig who was prevented from viewing?

Do you still categorically claim that you, Grampian police, have fully investigate the death of Roy Greig?

Also, during the case of Robert Green V the Scottish Government it
has been established under Oath in an open court, on the public record,
the alleged abusers were NEVER interviewed. It is clear a full
investigation was not carried.

I require you to address the issues herein and to progress this I
will require you to provide full disclosure of the details and evidence.

The above is written in the public interest and demands answers in the public interest.

Please place this document on the Public Record and ensure that I receive a certified copy by return.

All senders’ rights are reserved and none Assumpsit,

All respondents affirm to the best of their knowledge full disclosure is provided with motives logically identified.

All respondents affirm that any statements declared are honest and wilfully contain no non sequiturs.

All respondents affirm full disclosure is provided and no wilful attempt is made to make false or fraudulent declarations.

All respondents affirm to the best of their knowledge under penalty
of perjury they have written the truth, the whole truth and nothing but
the truth so help you God.

Respondents accept this oath under the Statutory Declarations Act 1835.

I require a response from you in 20 days.

Yours faithfully

Alex alexander

Taylor, David,


10 May 2012

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Dear Alex,

I acknowledge receipt of your email of 09 May 2012, in which you requested

information in terms of the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002.

I shall reply to you as soon as is practicable, and, in any event,

by 11 June 2012.

 

If you have any queries about the request in the meantime, please do

not hesitate to contact me. 

Yours sincerely,

David Taylor

Disclosure Officer (Subject Access)

Grampian Police

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Dear Grampian Police,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Grampian Police’s
handling of my FOI request ‘The death of Roy Greig – a case of
malfeasance and nonfeasance’.

[Grampian Police, are public servants, you have failed in your public
duty to answer my FOI request. I write once again holding you to your
oaths of office and demand a response under the penalty of perjury. This
request is in the public interest and demands to be placed on the
Public Record. I demand you respond within the require time.]

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address:

http://ift.tt/2bH6eBb…

Yours faithfully,

Alex Alexander

McKenzie, Jody,


11 June 2012

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Dear Mr Alexander,

 

Please find attached below the response to your FOI request. 

 

I note that you have now also asked for a review, based on timescale of

the response.  Can you please confirm whether the response below remedies

this matter?

 

If you still wish a review of the handling of your request, please reply

to this email indicating which elements you are dissatisfied with.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Mrs Jody McKenzie

Assistant Manager (Freedom of Information)

Information Disclosure Unit

Grampian Police

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Dear McKenzie, Jody,

Please provide clarification of the following which you refer to and how they apply:

1) Section 17 (1) (b) of the Freedom of Information.

2) Refusal notice in terms of Section 16 of the Act.

Yours sincerely,

Alex Alexander

McKenzie, Jody,


12 June 2012

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Dear Mr Alexander,

Section 17 (1) (b) has been quoted where the information you request is not held by Grampian Police.

Section 16 is quoted where we hold the information you request, but
we believe an exemption applies to the information and therefore it has
not been disclosed.

I hope that this clarifies the matter.

Yours sincerely

Mrs Jody McKenzie

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Dear McKenzie, Jody,

Thank you for your response, however you have not clarified the full meaning/description of the following:

Section 17 (1) (b) has been quoted where the information you request is not held by Grampian Police.

Section 16 is quoted where we hold the information you request, but
we believe an exemption applies to the information and therefore it has
not been disclosed.

You must act with in the law and not hide behind a statue.

Yours sincerely,

Alex Alexander

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