My authorisation to arrest and hold WPCs, solicitors etc
Shantanu Panigrahi <email@example.com>
Thu, 15 Jun at 09:57
Dear Ms Callaghan
I am not sure who arranged for this email to be sent out this morning and why it was copied to you, but the attached correspondence may throw some light on the matter: ToInternationalCriminalCourt(3Units(LegitimacyICC Review Letter)15Jun2023.docx.
Perhaps you were copied into the email from the State authorities because I had been to the Law Society website and sought assistance as attached: FrLawSocietyEMBSolicitors(Copy of your enquiry on Find a Solicitor)9Jun2023.docx
I would be grateful if you would accept my instructions that are imminently required.
Dr Shantanu Panigrahi
3 Hoath Lane
Kent ME8 0SL
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Sent: Thursday, 15 June 2023 at 09:19:59 BST
Subject: My authorisation to arrest and hold WPCs, solicitors etc
To addressees and their colleagues
In the illumination of the green light given to me by the International Criminal Court (ICC) in Den Haag, Holland, your organisation or you is placed on warning that I intend to arrest and interrogate or obtain confessions from you vermine dogs and female dogs for the 27 relentless years of terrorism and crimes against humanity that I faced as a sadhaka law-abiding Hindu citizen and purnavatar residing in the United Kingdom of morons in a police state, with my only alternative your desired aim of statelessness for me.
All your relevant co-employees meeting my inclusion criteria are liable now to my seizing their persons from your premises, or outside them, or at home, without further notice or warnings, and
transporting them to my facilities for further rendering and processing.
If my delegates or I are met with any resistance, we will use any available means to overcome it. Our own personal bodily safety will be paramount. Your not resisting will in itself be insufficient to preclude our continued use of restraints. Police officers and personnel will naturally be classified as most dangerous and comprising flight risk so no efforts will be spared to ensure they are motor-incapacitated.
If you have any specific dietary or supplementary health needs it will remain your responsibility, and not Tiwana's, that these are met for the duration of your incarceration, which could range from
a few hours to a few months. You will not be entitled to bailing or visitors.
Is that understood, you jaanbhosadiwale madarchods? I am writing this while under hypnosis administered by my holistic doctor Jill Jessons and her illegitimate bastard son.
Dr Shantanu Panigrahi
In his capacity as authorised and judicially immunised by the ICC
3 Hoath Lane
Kent ME8 0SL
On Wed, 14 Jun 2023 at 14:21, International Criminal Court <email@example.com> wrote:
Dear Dr Panigrahi,
Our Reference OTP-CR-76/22
Thank you for your recent communication.
Our address ICCVisits@icc-cpi.int is strictly for outgoing email only. For some reason your email was also received by firstname.lastname@example.org and was passed on to me.
I reviewed briefly the material you supplied and what I could find online. While I think it probably does not meet our jurisdictional requirements I encourage you to format your desired pleading as an
Article 15 claim and submit it at our webportal :
We appreciate this may not be the answer you want, but we cannot give you legal advice, including legal advice relevant to your domicile in England and Wales. What follows are informal
suggestions, no more than that, provided without liability.
It is assumed your understanding that you have been granted the power by an appropriate court or courts to execute arrest and other warrants in your jurisdiction. You have copied us in to some
material from North and East Kent Courts in England but we are skeptical of their relevance.
However you accomplish your aims, you may and likely will be faced with civil litigation from those you "arrest", and you do not possess sovereign or other immunities.
When "arresting" the individuals you consider responsible for the "quarter century of terrorism" you allege you have suffered, have an independent video recording of the event and follow-up
maintained and readily available.
We do not see any immediate issue if those "arrested" are minors, provided you have probable cause. Similarly, under ICC guidelines, with which you must familiarise yourself, you may hold them only for an amount of time proportionate amd what a reasonable person would consider the minimum necessary for the interrogations. You must consider whether you have the resources and facilities to meet this requirement, more so if you have many in custody at the same time and you are both detainer and questioner.
Do not use any violence except when strictly necessary in the circumstances to subdue, restrain and remove / transport the suspects to your interrogation facilities. It is likely you would have to justify your individual actions in minute detail before a criminal court, local or international, examining your record in protecting the human rights of your prisoners.
Forced application of drugs including sedatives of those you hold in custody is very likely to constitute assault with battery.
You are apparently envisaging "arresting" approximately two hundred individual suspects, either as natural persons or as those with legal responsibility for non-natural legal persons, and holding them in custody for interrogation on behalf of yourself. While there is no limit to this number, it is and remains entirely your responsibility to ensure the safety and well-being of those you hold in custody, and no cruelty or unnatural punishments may be used. Your statements about strippings and beatings, especially of female detainees, are unacceptable. That you are deliberately choosing female targets because you may lack the facilities to subdue and prevent the escape of male ones is absolutely unacceptable and be a breach of international criminal law, which is our sole area of expertise.
From what we understand, the individuals you intend to incarcerate include disproportionate numbers of female employees, partners,
members, staff or officers of
~~ Kent Police, and three other police services of England'
~~ 80 firms of solicitors or other attorneys
~~ 17 different courts of law in England, civil and criminal
~~ the judiciary in England and Wales
~~ the government or executive in the United Kingdom, including of prosecutorial departments
~~ the civil administration of the United Kingdom
~~ commercial entities and corporations with whom you have had dealings
~~ institutions some of whose members enjoy diplomatic or other immunity etc.
Inclusion criteria used have to be reasonable, proportionate, consistent, objective and defensible, and cannot be on the basis of protected characteristics including gender, age, race, religion, etc.
It is your strict responsibility to keep a record of all those you successfully or otherwise "arrest" and detain, and of the interrogation techniques used.
This is not intended to be a complete list, only a checklist of considerations pending receipt of your Article 15 claim.
I hope these general comments about considerations, made strictly without any liability in any legal jurisdiction, has been of assistance. We recommend you take legal advice, preferably from lawyers not held in custody.
Karen Mosoti (she | her)
International Criminal Court
New York Office
866 United Nations Plaza
Tel: 1 212 486 1346/47/62
Fax: 1 212 486 1361
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