From: My Account [mailto:Email removed]
Sent: 16 July 2015 16:59
To: Information Officer; [Email removed]
Subject: Freedom Of Information
According to Margaret Thatchers former economic adviser Christopher Story, the British government is involved in criminal fraud by handing British tax payer money to the European Commission, Christopher Storys statement is as follows;
“The Serious Fraud Office has agreed that tax payers money should not be handed to a criminal enterprise, excuse me, what this means is that the Serious Fraud Office has been told that funds belonging to the tax payer are being handed to a criminal enterprise“. “It’s worse than that, it gets worse, the reason it’s worse is that the British Government, is handing over your money, our VAT money, to a criminal enterprise, but excuse me, the Serious Fraud Office has stated that this is a criminal offence. It therefore follows, not only that the European Commission is a criminal enterprise indefinitely, because it cannot correct its accounts, it also follows that the British Government is engaged in defrauding you the tax payer on an ongoing basis and, will continue to do so. The British Government is engaged in criminal fraud, it is a co-conspirator and, an accessory to the fact of handing over British tax payer money to a criminal enterprise” (Christopher Story).
The statement was taken from the following lecture https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X1a4wYwq3D8
It is my request for a public statement from the Serious Fraud Office into the allegations made by Christopher Story. Are the Serious Fraud Office aware that the British government are committing criminal fraud against the British tax payer by funneling British tax payer money into a criminal enterprise who cannot balance its books, therefore the Serious Fraud Office are directly involved in criminal fraud?
Dear [Name removed],
I am writing further to your emails of 16 July headed “Freedom of Information” and “FOI request” about Christopher Story.
Under the Freedom of Information (FOI) Act, members of the public are entitled to be told, on request, if information is held by the public authority and, if it is, to have the information communicated to them. There are some exceptions to this which are explained in the FOI Act.
The FOI Act does not, however, create a right to ask for public statements to be made upon request. Any public statement made by the SFO on this matter or other matters would, by its nature, already be in the public domain and reasonably available to you.
You can see public statements made by the SFO on our website at http://www.sfo.gov.uk. Older versions of the website, and older statements, may be found through the National Archives Goerment web archive which is avilable at https://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/webarchive/atoz.htm.
I hope this information is helpful.
Serious Fraud Office