Leo Fay never provided the victim with the reminder of the documents on the data request. In this post – Data Protection Commission – update, we wish to stress that Mr Paul Comerford of the Legal Services Regulatory Authority rejected to consider this issue although section 10.- (1) (a) …Criminal Justice (Theft and Fraud Offences) Act 2001 is very clear…… All that forced the victim to address the Data Protection Commission in Ireland and this institution received the correspondence on 28th November 2023 at 09 – 27.  We refer to the letter  that Ms Walsh posted to the victim on 28th November. In it she pointed out that they normally reply within 20 working days unless complex circumstances arise. Today is 29th December 2023 and we are still waiting to see whether and when the Data Protection Commission will take some steps, what steps and what will be the outcome. Whatever Ms Walsh’s institution do, or if they do not respond to the victim at all, we will publish on this website…

At this point we want to publicly express our gratitude to Ms Gemma Walsh, information officer of Data Protection Commission in the Republic of Ireland for acting promptly. Namely, it is notable that the Commission received the victim’s complaint on 28th November 2023 at 09:27 (see page 5 of the complaint) and next morning (29th November) the victim found this letter in his post box. Thank You, Ms Walsh!

However, what will be further happening still remains to be seen. In due course, the Court of International Public will know  whether this institution protecting law have done something or simply ignored the proven criminal offences. We, once again, point to the document of 27th July 2023 which Leo Fay of Michael J. Kennedy Solicitors wrought on 27th July 2023.  That is the document we often return to. In it Fay Leo stressed that the remainder of the documents which the victim requested was going to be released. However, it never happened.  That was why the victim posted (1st December 2023) a file to Ms Gemma Walsh, Information officer of Data Protection Commission. Ms Walsh received the correspondence on 5th December and the file she received contained:

  • 64-page list of all documents which Mr Leo Fay concealed from the victim violating so section 10.- (1) (a) ….Criminal Justice (Theft and Fraud Offences Act) 2001. In his letter of 27th July 2023 he named these documents as….

Apart from the list Ms Walsh received a number of appendixes clarifying content of the list:

  • 13-page APPENDIX CELL PHONE
  • 1 page APPENDIX DECEPTIVE
  • 1 page APPENDIX EIGHT ONE
  • 1 page APPENDIX EIGHT TWO
  • 10 page APPENDIX ELEVEN
  • 1 page APPENDIX FALSE
  • 1 page APPENDIX FIVE
  • 1 page APPENDIX FOUR
  • 1 page APPENDIX MATERIAL
  • 1 page APPENDIX MISLEADING
  • 1 page APPENDIX ONE
  • 1 page APPENDIX PARTICULAR
  • 1 page APPENDIX SEVEN
  • 1 page APPENDIX SIX
  • 1 page APPENDIX THREE
  • 1 page APPENDIX TWO

Due to really large quantum of documentation, being processed, we do not have time to prepare, for publishing, this 64-page list Ms Walsh received, today, 5th December 2023. As soon as possible we will upload the list and gradually, of course, each and every document this list refers to including names of all those who joined together and went to extreme lengths to prevent the truth coming to light. That work will last years….On 28th November 2023 the victim addressed Data Protection Commission and on 4th January 2024 he received the two-page letter dated 22nd December 2023 in which John Z. Cowap, Information Officer of Data Protection Commission, explained the circumstances.  Next day the victim responded and Mr Cowap received the correspondence on Tuesday, 9th January 2024. We, further, seventh time, call on Data Protection Commission to take necessary steps and resolve this part of this horrific crime….Today is 1st March 2024 and only loud silence is coming out of their offices.                                                                          

To be continued….

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