Battle of the Beanfield : Notes from my cell
Included here, are copies of the notes i made after my arrest. Personally, i was detained at Amesbury, Salisbury, Bristol. I had asked the custody officer for paper and pen ( a right under the ‘Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984′.) Without argument I was given some.
Dealing with many officers over the 3 days of custody, some were less understanding and intimidating. I felt it prudent to hide them in transit from one cell block and another. I ended up sharpening the pencil on the cell floor and writing quite small!
(Good god!! This is straight out of the Count of Monti-Cristo !!).
These of course were used in evidence in bringing the High Court Case on our treatment by the police.