Wednesday, 24 November 2010

Andrew Edwards, BNP activist, naughty monkey and supporter of Ms Sinclaire

The Common Man has been made aware of the howls of protest which have emanated from Camp Sinclaire over an earlier posting which gave details of one of the OLAF complaints directed towards her.

The latest missive to arrive, from Mr Andrew Edwards, claims that Ms Sinclaire has been vindicated completely, and that the complaint is now closed.

In fact, the Common Man has learned that far from the matter being closed, it has actually been consolidated with two other existing complaints, both of which are currently with West Midlands police awaiting action. Expect to read news of Ms Sinclaires arrest in the near future for theft and false accounting.

Meanwhile, Mr Edwards is worthy of further investigation. When not masturbating like a gibbon in front of his computer, he is also a British National Party activist who was apparently summarily expelled from UKIP some years ago for his part in a plan to infiltrate UKIP ahead of the European elections in 2004.

The Common Man is pleased to attach below a photograph of Mr Edwards for future reference.It is believed that Mr Edwards had just finished a marathon session on his computer when the picture was taken.

Monday, 15 November 2010

Sinclaire's OLAF complaint

The Common Man has had rather more success in discovering the number of the OLAF investigation which Ms Sinclaire is facing than convicted thief Mr Lance Watkins, who has been proclaiming her innocence to the small number of people with the patience to read his drivel. Admittedly, it is only one of at least three current investigations, but we are sure that the other numbers will be forthcoming shortly.

The investigation number in question is OF/2010/0430. The email concerning this is attached below. This particular investigation is now close to completion, and this may account for the delay in Ms Sinclaire having her collar felt: at least one other investigation is already complete, and the file has been passed to West Midlands police. It can only be assumed that they are waiting for this one so as to arrest Ms Sinclaire for all of them at the same time. For sure, her days are numbered.


Date: Mon, 16 Aug 2010 11:14:28 +0200


Subject: OLAF file OF/2010/0430 in assessment


Recently you have contacted a memebr of the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) informing about allegations involving a former MEP Nikki Sinclair.

Since I have been appointed to assess the available information, I would like to meet you in order to collect and/or clarify the information you dispose.

Therefore, please let me know if you are available for the above-mentioned meeting, if you live in Brussel or abroad. In case you cannot attend to the meeting, please inform me about the following issues:

the period (from - to) in which you used to work for the MEP Nikki Sinclair;
Where exactly you used to work for the same MEP (complete address, floor, office number, telephone number)
Who used to work with you (name of colleagues - respective phone numbers) or who else used to work for the MEP Nikki Sinclair;
How much used to be your salary when you used to work for the MEP Nikki Sinclair. In which form your salary used to be paid (cheque, liquid, bank transfers).

Thank you having contacted OLAF and I am klooking forward to hearing from you soon.

Giovanni ******* Investigator
European Commission
European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF)
Directorate A
Unit A.1

Office : J30 5/56
Rue Joseph II, 30 B-1049 Brussels (Belgium)
Phone: +32 2 *******
Gsm: +32 *********
Fax: +32 2 *******
E-mail: giovanni.*******
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Thursday, 4 November 2010

"One standard bargepole"

News reaches the Common Man of some disgraceful goings on in Brussels. 7’8” tall Amazon Nikki Sinclaire has been victimised by 5’3” Godfrey Bloom to the extent that she has felt it necessary to make a formal complaint to the European Parliament.

Mr Sinclaire said that she had been ‘intimidated’ by the actions of Mr Bloom, and that he had made her feel sexually awkward: an accusation apparently made without irony, the Common Man understands.

Mr Sinclaire, who was arrested after gatecrashing a gay hustings and has frequently gone on record proclaiming her lesbianism, claims she was made to feel stupid, although the Common Man would venture to suggest that that was unconnected to her sexuality.

Mr Bloom meanwhile protests his innocence and the Common Man is reliably informed that he has at all times kept his distance from Mr Sinclaire. A distance of at least one standard bargepole.

Of more interest is what Camp Sinclaire hopes to gain by such an absurd accusation. With Mr Sinclaire shortly to have her collar felt over a long running expenses scam, could it be that she is seeking to create a smokescreen which will allow her to downplay the seriousness of the charges she is likely to face?

The Common Man understands that her comments to the Sunday Times have made her position worse. The basis of her thieving is that she claimed the mileage allowance for MEPs who drive to Brussels and Strasbourg, and instead went by public transport, pocketing a rather nice tax free sum in the process. Speaking to the Times, Ms Sinclaire claims to have done it ‘once, in error’. In fact she did this on at least 6 occasions. As if that was not bad enough, on one of these occasions when she was supposed to have driven, she had an official car meet her at the airport. It was already clear that intelligence was low on the agenda after her videotaped admissions earlier this year about how the withdrawal of the whip would ‘make her very rich’.

The Common Man has learnt that the OLAF investigation is now close to complete, and a file is being prepared for West Midlands police, who will shortly be arresting her: the situation is such that discussions have been held between the police and the CPS over timings and charges. UKIP, meanwhile, are preparing her likely replacement: unlike Ashley Mote, Ms Sinclaire is under 70 and therefore is likely to face a custodial sentence not dissimilar to Tom Wise.