CLAIMS JOOME572 & E35YM6603
Shantanu Panigrahi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Enquiries Medway County Court,
Central London DJSKEL Court
Thu, 27 Oct at 07:54
Medway County Court
Central London County Court
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Shantanu nailed to the mast, cross, rack
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I have been cooperating with the Attorney General's Office as shown in the attached: THE FINAL TOUCHES-digital.pdf.
Yet I find this morning that no progress has been made at the Attorney General's Office, nor has the University of Greenwich paid me my £55,000 severance payment and the Cabinet Office the £4170 that I paid prematurely as the costs of the Defendant in Claim E35YM660 at the Central London County Court Besides this there is also the Claim against Kent Police for £3.5 million in damages and compensation under J00ME572 at Medway County Court for the decade long Hate Crime of terrorism on me, most significantly in relation to the attached proceedings: NorthKentPoliceReleasewithoutbail.pdf.
Dr Shantanu Panigrahi
3 Hoath Lane
Kent ME8 0SL
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(a) THE FINAL TOUCHES-digital.pdf 467kB:
(b| NorthKentPoliceReleasewithoutBail.pdf 1.2MB:
Notification of Release From Police Custody Without Bail
(Released – Under Investigation)
(PACE 1984 & CJ Act 2003 as amended by Police & Crime Act 2017)
Custody Record Number 46XC/4807/21
Custody Station: North Kent
Alleged Offence(s) Other -Not Listed -PNC Recordable – OIC PC 46 15002 Nichols
Name: Dr Shantanu Panigrahi
Date of Birth: 08/08/1957
Address: 3 HOATH LANE, WIGMORE,GILLINGHAM,KENT,KENT, ME8 0SL
Other contact details: Mobile Phone – 07967789619
You remain under police investigation and the caser will be kept under review.
In relation to the offence(s) for which you have been arrested, a review of your case has been conducted and it has been deemed that you shall be released from Police Custody without bail.
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Thu, 27 Oct at 07:55
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Thu, 27 Oct at 07:59
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