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To Sam Morgan Clerksroomdirect.com Thank you for your email this morning received on my computer Email address at 0953 am hours (UK-Time) at Shanpanigrahi3000@g
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to: Shantanu Panigrahi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
cc: Sam Morgan <email@example.com>
date: 15 Mar 2021, 11:34
subject: Re: CRD-2103-W1728YGQ:
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: Important mainly because it was sent directly to youDear Dr Panigrahi,
Thank you for your email.
Sadly, we are not able to assist.
This is outside of our expertise, you need someone who specialises in
this and can deal with many various issues and claims you might have.
You would almost certainly need a solicitor.
My best wishes go to you and your claim.
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From: Shantanu Panigrahi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: 15 March 2021 11:02
To: Sam Morgan <email@example.com>; firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Thank you for your email this morning received on my computer Email address at 0953 am hours (UK-Time) at Shanpanigrahi3000@gmail.com on my Mobile phone asking me 'When I am able to speak?' but which did not seem to appear in my computer Gmail Account. In connection with this there was second email that arrived from Clerksroom on my Mobile Phone at 10.04 am hours this morning also from Clerksroom Direct CRD-2103-W1728YGQ, asking me 'Dear Shantanu, I need the following documents: Particulars of claim, defence, order listing your hearing. If you can send to my email address: firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks.
I would indeed be able to submit the Defence Particulars in defending the Judgment of His Honour Judge Parfitt at the Central London County Court on Claim No E35YM660, the Claim that I initiated in August 2018 against the Prime Minister of the Day, Mrs Theresa May, now superceded by the next Prime Minister, Mr Boris Johnson whose government lawyer is Mr Ravi Patel (email@example.com).
The Hearing of this Claim last took place on 19 January 2021 between 10.00 am and 10.00 am from my point of view because I withdrew from that Hearing with Judge Parfitt, not having still been given access to the Court File on what the Defence was or is right up to this moment, but I have assumed that His Honour Judge Parfitt did consider the evidence submitted to him in its entirety before passing His Judgement Order, said by Pisa of the Civil and Family Law to have been despatched to me in the post on the 19 of January 2021 itself, but which has still not arrived on my Desk this morning from the postman at Royal Mail.
I do not wish to engage in any further Appeals against the Order issued, but as I have let the Crown Prosecution Service know this morning I am going to Defend against the Enforcement of any costs awarded against me by the Central London County Court with respect to my Claims HQ17X01773 at the Queens Bench Division of the High Court outstanding from Summer of 2018 against Kent Police, and on E35YM660 at the Central London County Court, based on the materials that I have uploaded in the Clerksroom Direct website through my application for legal representation.
With these Particulars of Defence, and I wish to apply for an Application Notice to be served against all Defendants and Respondents listed or unlisted in my correspondence with the Queens Bench Division of the High Court and the Central London County Court which supercede Claims ME010463, SO.......? and ME002953 at the Medway County Court over the past 22 years of litigation. I would also in my defence challenge the Judgment that I had abused the process of Court at the Medway County Court in progressing my Defamation Case from the Employment Tribunal at Ashford Hearing Centre against the University of Greenwich in the Claim for Racial Discrimination and Unfair and Constructive Dismissal, in that the Defamation of gross misconduct towards colleagues and senior management at the University was itself sufficient reason for initiating the proceedings in civil litigation through the Civil Courts, and in the Case of Kent Police, through the Criminal Court at North Kent Magistrates Court and Maidstone Crown Court as supervised necessarily in my 5 September 2021 dated Appeal to the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom: see attached ToSupremeCourt5Sep2020.docx.
In answer to your second question, I am able to take a phone call from you know to see how we progress from here.
Dr Shantanu Panigrahi
3 Hoath Lane
Kent ME8 0SL