“The Only Thing Necessary for The Triumph of Evil
is for Good Men to do Nothing”
11th November 2019
Dear Lieutenant General Ed Davis,
The purpose of my public notice is as follows:
- To provide advance notice to the Royal Gibraltar Police of my intention to organise a protest march (public procession) in Gibraltar.
- To explain the reasons for the protest march / public procession and assembly.
- To detail the nature of the protest in accordance with your guidance notes “Demonstrations, Protests and Marches: Advance Notice to Police.
2.0 THE REASONS FOR THE PROTEST
In accordance with the unLAWful legislation known as the Crimes Act 2011, and as the organiser of this protest, it gives me pleasure to inform the police of the following:
- it is intended to hold a public procession between 8am and 11am on Friday 22nd November 2019;
- that the demonstration will be used to publicise the plight of the homeless people in Gibraltar;
- that the demonstration will be conducted in opposition to the recent actions taken by the police, and the police complaints board, against certain members of the homeless community;
- that there are no addresses available to provide for the police, as the organiser of the demonstration is homeless himself.
PC Radka Almeida and other police officers from the RGP will already be aware that the organiser is currently taking some temporary refuge in a portacabin located in the Western Beach car park.
3.0 THE PROCESSION ROUTE – FOURTEEN STATIONS FOR THE BOSS
After making the Sound of the Shofar at New Mole House Police Station a return bus will be taken to the bus station at Watergate to continue the Shofar blowing procession.
After making the Sound of the Shofar at St. Bernard’s Hospital, a number 4 bus will be taken to New Mole House Police Station where, upon arrival, Isaac will blow the Shofar outside the reception office, in earshot of where he was detained overnight on 29th September 2019.
4.0 SPECIAL FEATURES OF THE EVENT
- A press release will be issued before the hearing.
- A short video documentary is to be made of the procession before the hearing and the assembly afterwards.
- The court hearing is scheduled for 11:00hrs on 22nd November 2019
- A second assembly point after the hearing will be tea / coffee in the Living Room in the Methodist Church, just beyond the Angry Friar on Main Street.
- Afterwards, Father willing, the Shofar will also be blown outside the Ibrahim Al Ibrahim Mosque and Nun’s Well at some time later in the afternoon.
The Holy Koran
Sura 32:23. We did indeed aforetime give the Book (Torah) to Moses: be then NOT IN DOUBT of its (The Torah) reaching (THEE): and We made it a Guide to the Children of Israel.
Sura 37:109. “Peace and salutation to Abraham!”
Sura 37:110. Thus indeed do We reward those who do right.
Sura 37:111. For he was one of our believing Servants.
Sura 37:112. And We gave him the GOOD NEWS of Isaac – a Prophet,- one of the Righteous.
Sura 37:113. We blessed him and Isaac: but of their progeny are (some) that do right, and (some) that obviously do wrong, to their own souls.
May The Force Be With You
Mark Isaac (Procession Organiser)
Governor on The Rock
31st OCTOBER 2019
Dear Lieutenant General and Governor of Gibraltar,
This is most definitely not a trick or treat Halloween prank – quite the opposite is the case.
My name is Isaac, Mark Isaac, and I write further to our brief discussions last Tuesday in Main Street.
One of your fellow dignitaries, whom I made reference to earlier this week, upon further reflection and research, could be none other than the late Joshua Hassan. Thirty-years on, and I may owe the late Joshua much gratitude for saving my leg from amputation all that time ago. If memory serves correct, I first met Joshua in St Bernard’s hospital. This was after I had been hit by a scooter, as a pedestrian, while a fragile looking Joshua was himself recovering from a very serious and painful gallstones operation. Almost by Divine intervention, it was Joshua, who kindly arranged for me to get special expert medical treatment in the UK, when all else seemed lost. I recall well how we jokingly hit it off together in the hospital, even though, at the time of our brief friendship, I had to confess plainly to him, that I had no idea of who he was at that time.
A week or so ago, in Main Street, you will doubtless recall that I showed you a printed copy of a detailed report which I recently submitted to the Police Complaints Board, with Commissioner Ian McGrail copied-in. You very kindly listened to what I had to say, for which I am grateful. It’s a report I have over the last few days dispatched to HMICFRS, the local ombudsman, and the Gibraltar Chronicle. This much I have felt compelled to do so far, owing to what I consider to be very poor decision-making: firstly by the Royal Gibraltar Police; and secondly by the Police Complaints Board of the Gibraltar Police Authority. Prior to meeting you, I had just been discussing my report with candidate solicitors at Charles Gomez and Co.
My compulsion to act upon seeing you, was driven by the serious nature of the policing issues within it. In short, our impromptu meeting felt like Divine timing. The report in question goes way beyond a mere simple solitary allegation of a wrongful arrest and charge. At stake here are gravely serious issues which cumulatively touch on the following seven subjects:
- The desperate plight of the homeless;
- A dire aspect of a public-facing image of Gibraltar;
- The professional integrity of the Royal Gibraltar Police;
- The mishandling of police informants;
- The integrity of Project Servator, and police relations with the homeless community;
- Low police morale and institutionalized bullying within the RGP;
- The decision-making and impartiality of the Gibraltar Police Authority;
- Sovereignty and jurisdiction of the entire criminal justice system here in Gibraltar.
Sincerely, I believe it is in the best interests of all people living in Gibraltar for you personally to be sighted on the material first hand, given your unique role as Governor in overseeing the work of the Royal Gibraltar Police. As such, please find my report in hard copy format enclosed.
With the greatest respect, I would encourage you to read carefully my report, and perhaps discuss its far reaching implications with Commissioner Ian McGrail, as the intensification of the police harassment continues unabated.
I feel you need to be alerted to the fact that in certain quarters, ever since I submitted a complaint to the police complaints board, police officers from the Royal Gibraltar Police have significantly intensified their aggressive and hostile operations against me, in what seems to me like a never-ending planned operation to harass me as a targeted individual and drive me out of Gibraltar, and across the border into Spain. All this, they inflict upon someone who is a British citizen in the truest sense of the word, while showing wilful blindness to an alleged police informant who regularly exhibits conduct of a putrid kind right under the bobbies noses.
It is often said that a picture paints a thousand words, so while one of the RGP barbary apes continues to wet his whistle unhindered, here’s three images just for starters, to whet your appetite before hopefully reading my main report.