The Worst of Uncertainties are Over
from: Shantanu Panigrahi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
date: 5 Sept 2023, 08:10
subject: The Worst of Uncertainties are Over
Thank you for your reassuring words: it has helped me a lot, more than you can possibly imagine. So this morning I do not feel depressed. I have my mental faculties with me, dealing with the circumstances that I have found myself in, complex though it has been.
I have a Trial Hearing on a Speeding Offence which is complicated with various associated matters that the North Kent Magistrates Court will hopefully clarify as I have written to them that I am in the process of employing a Law Firm to take over the correspondence with the Court. Direct correspondence only leads to arguments and gets everybody's back up. There are mitigating circumstances and hopefully this Law Firm that I have written to again this morning will accept instructions from me that I have been the victim of intense persecution in the United Kingdom and this impinged on the discharged of my 5 October 2022 Speeding Offence. If the Court clarifies the adjudication of the matter today: we will all know where we stand. I am no longer worried.
I will see my GP today if only to get advance medications because we go on holiday on 14 September 2023 to Turkey for a week to celebrate our daughter's birthday and I do not wish to be without my mental health medications during that time.
I have learnt to ignore criminal anonymous emails having set in motion the direction in which I need to go in order to convince the Magistrates that I am innocent and deserve damages and compensation from Kent Police.
That is all for now: as I said, I write as the thoughts come to me and do not have any attachments, no strategies, plans etc.
On Mon, 4 Sept 2023 at 21:15, <email@example.com> wrote:Re: Re: Re: Depression Kicking In
Thank you for your email which you sent to us yesterday. I'm sorry to hear that you are still feeling depressed. It sounds good that you have had enough complaining and truth seeking and are now trying to calm your mind and that you feel you are 80% there. Shantanu you are not being too verbose - we are happy that you're able to tell us a bit about what is and has been happening to you. In a previous email you talked about seeing a medical report and also are seeing someone about your prostate. I don't know if you've had that appointment yet or are still waiting. I hope they have put your mind at rest, or at least are trying to find a way forward for you.
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