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Issued a Bylaw 13 letter by the BTP

edited 8 May 2019 at 10:58PM in Public Transport & Cycling
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  • Comms69Comms69 Forumite
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    Kiko4564 wrote: »
    Someone on the RailUK Forum said:
    "The history of this individual is readily available online in both the local and national press. Hence his postings on this forum should be taken particularly seriously and not encouraged."



    I understand you have some difficulties in terms of mental health - being diplomatic, not assuming what condition you have.


    As such you struggle with some social interactions and have a keen interest in the police. The problem is that the way you handle the situation is usually to your disadvantage and that you have a court order prohibiting the filming of police in a certain county.


    I won't go into it too much here - though this is all publically available. I would urge you to engage with the police. If you have a genuine interest in trains and engage with them, there is likely to be a solution.


    However if you simply attended to film BTP officers, given your history, it is likely to end in a banning order from the railways. Which would make it very difficult for you to travel.
  • agrinnallagrinnall
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    Different spellings - byelaw, by-law, bylaw - all seem to be acceptable. Byelaw appears to be the most common usage in UK offical documents.
  • moleratmolerat Forumite
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    Comms69 wrote: »
    Potters Police Videos by any chance.

    I'd suggest that you avoid doing this activity; and abide by the instructions in the letter.
    Agree totally. I have just Googled, OMG. It seems that, due to MH rissues, OP has a habit of making themselves a total PITA with police up and down the country having been arrested many times and spent time in prison for breaching court orders. There is only one way this is likely to end.
  • Comms69Comms69 Forumite
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    molerat wrote: »
    Agree totally. I have just Googled, OMG. It seems that, due to MH rissues, OP has a habit of making themselves a total PITA with police up and down the country having been arrested many times and spent time in prison for breaching court orders. There is only one way this is likely to end.



    Indeed, and I'm pretty sure that this could be seen as a way to circumnavigate the court order.


    I believe - though I haven't checked - that they are banned from filming Norfolk Constabulary staff. Obviously these are BTP staff in Norfolk; which the courts may view as a deliberate act to circumnavigate the spirit of the order.


    Whilst this couldn't be contempt of court, it could mean a subsequent more onerous order.
  • edited 9 May 2019 at 1:52PM
    Manxman_in_exileManxman_in_exile Forumite
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    edited 9 May 2019 at 1:52PM
    Quite sad really. I had assumed the OP was a "Freeman".


    EDIT: Unfortunately I think the OP has received some support/encouragement from a poster on Legal Beagles. But another poster there has now mentioned the court order and "Potter's Police Videos".
  • edited 9 May 2019 at 5:27PM
    Kiko4564Kiko4564 Forumite
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    edited 9 May 2019 at 5:27PM
    Comms69 wrote: »
    Potters Police Videos by any chance.


    I'd suggest that you avoid doing this activity; and abide by the instructions in the letter.

    Yes my YouTube channel is Potter's Police Videos.
  • Kiko4564Kiko4564 Forumite
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    Comms69 wrote: »
    Indeed, and I'm pretty sure that this could be seen as a way to circumnavigate the court order.


    I believe - though I haven't checked - that they are banned from filming Norfolk Constabulary staff. Obviously these are BTP staff in Norfolk; which the courts may view as a deliberate act to circumnavigate the spirit of the order.


    Whilst this couldn't be contempt of court, it could mean a subsequent more onerous order.
    I'm not planning on filming any BTP officers in Norfolk for various reasons: that reason alone is a good reason not to!
  • Did you really enjoy prison that much?
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    a.turner wrote: »
    Did you really enjoy prison that much?
    I know the perfect prison for the OP if they get sentenced again, it's this one
    Always ask yourself one question: What would Gibbs do?

    I live in the UK City of Culture 2021
  • HasbeenHasbeen Forumite
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    I know the perfect prison for the OP if they get sentenced again, it's this one

    Would never happen here though.

    The majority of the current generation would melt.:o
    The world is not ruined by the wickedness of the wicked, but by the weakness of the good. Napoleon
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