Convenor: Lord Sudeley FSA; Host: Lord Ahmed; Chairman: Austin Mitchell MP
Sponsors: James Gibb Stuart, Ossian Publishers; Barbara A. Panvel, New Era Coalition
Organiser: Sabine K McNeill, Director, 3D Metrics; Facilitator: Brad Meyer, Collaboration Ltd
28th July 2010
Homeless UK man with nuclear induced illness seeks legal redress
Despite receiving a judgement in the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in his favour (2008), former successful Reading businessman, Raymond Fox did not receive compensation for the loss of his health and home, on top of having been made an “indefinite bankrupt” since 2001 for an alleged debt of £7,000. He has now been made homeless and like many others who have been declared bankrupt/lost their properties, he intends to seek that UK law be upheld to deal with his multifaceted problems.
From 1988 to 2001 Ray Fox and his family lived in Wokingham Road, Earley, near Reading next to the alleged buried nuclear reactor on a former Shell petrochemical terminal.
See Shell Buried Nuclear Bunker (part of a Mark Thomas documentary Secret Map of Britain broadcast on Channel 4)
See also Ray Fox’s website http://rayfox.info, and Shell Nuclear Contamination broadcast on London Tonight and Suburb Poisoned by Shell Plutonium.
Having bought the Earley house in 1988, Ray Fox’s health forced him to leave it 13 years later due to the highest plutonium and uranium contamination ever recorded in Britain. It has been documented that Mr Fox is suffering from radioactivity induced illness. Since leaving the house, he lived in rented accommodation, from which Reading County Court recently evicted him and his stepson – thus making him homeless. Mr Fox and his wife had adopted the boy when he was two months old after his parents had died from nuclear induced illness.
Reading County Court had ordered the repossession of the contaminated home in Earley by Bradford & Bingley Bank, now owned by The Crown, The Crown and Shell being joint owners of the Shell site that has been under investigation by independent radiation specialists.
“It is utterly disgraceful and unacceptable in any civilised society that a man who has been so harmed by contamination of his property is unable to obtain any compensation or redress or even any sensible investigation of his serious problems which will clearly affect and must have affected many other people.” Prof Chris Busby, Scientific Sec of the European Cttee on Radiation Risk
Raymond Fox on 07780 936 183; email firstname.lastname@example.org Gedaljahu Ebert on 0208 905 5209, email email@example.com Sabine McNeill on 07968 039 141 or in Germany on 0049 33876 90166, email firstname.lastname@example.org
1. On 26th September 2008,.the European Commission of Petitions Notice to Members Case No 0820/2007 by Raymond Fox regarding damage caused by discharges of nuclear and chemical wastes and ionising radiation concluded “concerning the Petitioner’s allegations whereby his case was deliberately not correctly dealt with by the national courts and authorities…”
2. Forum for Stable Currencies campaigns to comply with the rule of law, see also http://edm1297.info/
3. Background re UK Repossessions/bankruptcy cases: see The Forensics of Legal Fraud by G Ebert and Brad Meyer