Petition 809/2001 Addition
(March 21st 2003)

"The perverse, highly corrupt, and unlawful technique ..."

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To: EU Chairman of Committee on Petitions (Mr Gemelli) <>

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Subject: Final Appeal (dated March 17 2003) to the UK Department of Social Security

Date: Fri, 21 Mar 2003 15:47:47 +0000

To: Mr Gemelli (European Parliament Chairman of The Committee on Petitions).
Your reference: Petition 809/2001.

Dear Mr Gemelli,

Re: Final Appeal (dated March 17th 2003) to the UK DSS

On March 17th 2003 I made what is my final appeal to the UK Department of Social Security for help relating to the various issues (relevant to them) which are connected with Petition 809/2001.

The text of my March 17th 2003 letter to the UK DSS can be seen at the following Internet page address:

It would be much appreciated if you would please take careful note of the contents of the letter text provided at the www address immediately above, and add the several difficulties involved to the other problems I have already related to you in my earlier correspondence connected with European Parliament Petition 809/2001.

More and more it appears to be the case that the several "high-office" holders of the various EU states now involved truly believe (in practice) that they are above the law; and, that ordinary European Union citizens (including myself) are beneath it.  Far more importantly perhaps, all those concerned continue to act with a confidence which suggests that, as things stand at the present time, they have absolutely NOTHING whatsoever to fear from ignoring and breaking European Union law in the way which they do.

At the same time, and as you will already know, Article 20 of the CHARTER OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION contains the following very clear, and very unambiguous statement: "Everyone is equal before the law".

Please also note (the very closely associated fact) that in spite of the "Everyone shall have the possibility of being advised, defended, and represented" statement in Article 47 of the CHARTER OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION, I have STILL not succeeded in finding the legal help I need to defend and protect myself from the ongoing psychological abuse I continue to be subjected to. The text of my most recent effort to find legal help (made to the Irish law Society on March 12th 2003) can be seen at:

The perverse, highly corrupt, and unlawful technique (as I see it) of the high-office holders in question seems very simple: they break EU law as and when it suits them; and, at the same time, they ensure that ordinary citizens (including myself) have no access to proper legal advice, defence, or representation (of the kind provided for under Article 47 of the CHARTER OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION).

I would be very grateful if you would please confirm receipt of this e-mail by replying to both of my following two e-mail addresses please:    and

I feel I should take this opportunity to point out that I have NOT received any confirmation of receipt for the e-mail I sent to you on March 4th 2003: and consequently I do not know if you have received it or not ? (The text of my March 4th 2003 e-mail to you can be seen at:

Later today I will send a printed (and signed) copy of this letter to you which I will address as follows:

Mr Nino Gemelli,
Chairman of The Committee on Petitions,
European Parliament,
L-2929 Luxembourg.

Sometime within the coming 24 hours, I also intend to place a copy of the text of this e-mail at the following Internet page location (which should have translation facilities):


Mr William Finnerty.

Web Site 1:
Web Site 2:


 Royal Mail receipt for letter posted to European Parliament on March 21st 2003:









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