Delayed Yet Inevitable Justice

CLIVE ANDREWS

A face-to-face with the police for former Humanity Torbay volunteers occurred just prior to the lock-down. There have been dozens of submissions to the Charity Commission and the authorities about wrongdoing at the charity since my latest article. Contrary to what the perps say, investigations are ongoing and rest assured, folks – justice will be done.

Resignation of the main culprits just ain’t going to cut it! Do the trustees think that the Great British public, who have lost money to this charity’s scams, will fall for their shell game?  Do the culpable think that hiding in plain sight by churning out videos on social media will somehow distract the heat or invalidate the files of gathered evidence? What worked for Sir Jimmy will work for us, eh? Their delusion is off the scale.

Hello and welcome to the Humanity Torbay mental health hotline for trustees only: 

  • If you are obsessive-compulsive, press 1 repeatedly.
  • If you are co-dependent, ask someone to press 2 for you.
  • If you have multiple personalities, press 3, 4, 5 and 6.
  • If you are paranoid, pretend not to be in charge.
  • If you’re guilty as hell and have been caught with your grubby fingers in the cookie jar, try making another Facebook video or why not set light to your car?

 

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Torbay has some sound and effective charities helping the homeless during the Coronavirus outbreak. So why would you give to one with a very dark cloud hanging over it? A short list of the best can be found here. If you want to make donations or hand over items they may require, give your chosen charity a call and follow their guidelines so everyone stays safe. The trustees of proper charities are not propagandists, they are low key like charity workers should be – just getting on with the job at hand in really difficult circumstances rather than delivering daily rants about nasty Tories or fake sob-stories about testing positive for Covid 19.

The Coronavirus outbreak may have left the Charity Commission hamstrung and understaffed. The police may likewise be in a less robust state than usual. But be sure as night is dark and day is light, this interval – which was always going to be exploited by the criminal fraternity and the cheapest of opportunists – shall be followed by days of justice.

Be well out there!

Sick to death of Facebook rants? Stick your thumbs in your ears and blow raspberries at the guilty buggers.

ssw

 

“Ladies who play with fire must remember that smoke gets in their eyes.”
― Mae West

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P.S. Nope. I have never met or communicated with former councillor Mark King, Mrs Waugh. Pull another defence?

2 thoughts on “Delayed Yet Inevitable Justice

  1. There she goes again, blaming me for something I have nothing to do with. She is obsessed. She needs medical supervision, urgently

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