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23 Sept at 14:03


Dear Jo


With the material that I received anonymously I was under a seige/blockade from a restraining order as linked here Out of the blue a criminal anonymous email (knowledgeassessmentanddissemination.com) https://www.knowledgeassessmentanddissemination.com/post/out-of-the-blue-a-criminal-anonymous-email attributed to District Judge Harvey of the County Court Money Claims Centre (CCMCC) , and I had to go through a process of having it validated by writing first to the CCMCC copied to Kent Police and then to the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom as well as the Supreme Court of India because the blockade against parties instructed not to respond to my emails from Medical Centres such as MEGAN, Smarirtans, Long Catlis Road Surgery, Maudsley Hospital autism spectrum unit, Clinical Commissioning group for out of area funding, Kent and Medway Partnership Trust, Britton House, Medway County Court, Central London County Court, Theresa May, Boris Johnson, Elizabeth Truss, VOPA, CCMCC, East Kent Magistrates Court, and Admin Court officials left me vulnerable to the predator Kent Police to institute criminal charges against me for all kinds of concocted possibilities given that the bastards still retain our desk-top computer, Amazon Fire, Mobile Phone and my USB Memory Stick, and would not be able to bring these parties and others into the Court room to give evidence under oath as co-conspirators of Kent Police. You can call me paranoid schizophrenic but that is just how my mind works. And there is evidence for it for the CCMCC did not reply, nor did the Supreme Courts of the United Kingdom and India, nor Kiran Sharma or Mihika Thakur.


Most ridicuilous of all was the attitude of the Long Catlis Road Surgery in appointing a Relevant Clinician and then not clarifying what the Clinician determined in his or her deliberations nor whether the Clinician was an internal Surgery official or one at Britton House or elsewhere, as linked here: The Relevant Clinician (knowledgeassessmentanddissemination.com) https://www.knowledgeassessmentanddissemination.com/post/the-relevant-clinician

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Now that you have contacted me to say good bye, it reinforces the Blockade, so I have to prepare my defence accordingly. Hence I need to copy this emal to certain parties so that they get ready to tell their stories to the Judge in a Magistrates Court. Please collate together all our previous correspondence over the years and prepare the dossier for the Judge in the Magistrates Court.


Thanks all the same


Yours sincerely


Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

Tel: 07967789619


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On Friday, 23 September 2022 at 12:48:31 BST, <jo@samaritans.org> wrote:


Hi Shantanu


It is good to hear that you feel that you are over the worst of it now having re-booked your blood test for the 30th, hopefully you will get the answers you need when the results come in.


I hope it has helped talking to us Shantanu, take care.


Jo


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