I gave a letter of commendation to PC Paddy Stewart a week ago, praising him for his professionalism in connection to another case of harassment against me, by another friend of my complainant, particularly reassured that he said he had put an alert on my house, that Sussex Police wouldn’t respond to malicious and frivolous complaints.
A week later you’ve stormed through my door and seized my equipment again, and 15+ hours in a cell.
When is this going to end?
Let me work with you, not against you.
We can all reduce crime together! Not add to it by ruining my life and mental health with yet another pointless arrest?
SATANIC CULT INSIDE LEWES POLICE STATION
In 1990, a Satanist from Lewes hit the headlines after her Satanic revels were exposed in a tabloid newspaper. Her name was Rosemary Barratt and she worked as a secretary inside Lewes Police Intelligence Unit, a fact which could not fail to stimulate some curiosity.
Barratt had long fostered a deep interest in severe sado-masochistic sex, having relations with literally dozens of magical masters. These assignations involved different magical groups and individuals, many of whom were outside of the Temple of Set. Obviously this was something of interest to the press who enjoyed laying bare such titillating diatribe.
However, she brought both herself and the Temple of Set into disrepute, a group which prides itself on being non-violent and ethical.
Speaking with David Austin, Magister and founder of the UK branch of the Temple of Set, revealed that he had concerns about her involvement with other less savoury & ethical magical groups.
Some of these were dangerous people who had advocated human sacrifice and extremely unpleasant sexual acts involving torture. (See Appendix 5) The question was, were there other people connected with Barratt’s cultic activities still working in Lewes Police Station?
Correspondence began between the Hexagon Archive and Chief Constable Paul Whitehouse, who was himself under investigation at the time and later suspended from duty. Various issues of the case were discussed on behalf of the friends and relatives of Gargani who were still deeply dissatisfied with the Police investigation.