Conspiracy theorist, YouTube presenter, writer and filmmaker Matt Taylor (50) from Brighton, has been banned from Peacehaven's town hall, Meridian Centre, after staff accused the ex Royal Military Policeman off harassment.
Having been invited to an interview for the position of Communications, Marketing and Commercial officer for the council, Mr Taylor was in the public waiting area of the Meridian Centre waiting for his children to finish school.
Dressed smartly in a suit and tie, wanting to make a good first impression while accompanying his 15-year-old daughter to an evening night at a Brighton based college, Mr Taylor was accused of “unreasonable behaviour,” “peering” through the windows, refusing to “leave” when asked to and “hanging around outside the building”, causing the staff distress.
Banned for life?
In a strongly worded email sent later that night by the Town’s clerk,, he was banned from ever entering the town hall again, and threatened with a complaint of harassment to Sussex Police if he did.
Dear Mr Taylor,
I am withdrawing you from the interview process for this position and you should not therefore report to Community House as previously arranged.
This is because of several visits you have made to Community House recently, insisting on seeing Mrs [redacted] and not leaving when you were told that she is unavailable. Also, your hanging around outside the building, and peering in, is not acceptable.
Your unreasonable behaviour has caused distress to members of my staff and will not be tolerated.
With immediate effect, you are banned from entering Community House. Failure to comply with this order, or any further harassment of my staff, will require me to seek assistance from Sussex Police.
Tony Allen, Town Clerk
Banned from standing as a local councillor in his local Brighton borough in 2019, Mr Taylor has set his sights on running as a parliamentary candidate in the expected 2024 General Election.
Coming last in the 2015 Brighton Kemptown General Election with only 69 votes, he says he is “determined to run a better election campaign”, which he claims was sabotaged in 2015, after his election office, (which he shared with OAP, and murder witness in the 1996 Katrina Taylor murder mystery, David Joe Neilson), was attacked by thugs on his doorstep, after opening the door believing it to be the postman.
|David Joe Neilson|
David Neilson claims if it wasn't for the intervention of Mr Taylor, he would be "a dead man."
|Neilson & Taylor - The Day after the attack on 15 Jan 2015|
READ MORE: THE ELDERLY ABUSE OF JOE NEILSON
Complaining of being treated unfairly, and having suffered humiliation, Taylor appealed to Peacehaven’s Deputy Mayor Councillor Gloria Hill, who responded with the assurance that, “I will be conducting my own investigation into this matter and will respond to you in due course.”
Misunderstood by Society?
Accused by social media commentators of being a “predator,” “a stalker,” and “a danger to women and children,” Mr Taylor was most recently cleared of all allegations, of taking three teenage boys into the woods to have sex with, after showing them videos of babies being beheaded on his video; arrested on 21 December 2020.
With no further action being taken in relation to the above arrest, Mr Taylor is also being accused of harassment by others, and of breaking numerous court orders which he is allegedly beholden too.
Will King Arthur return in our nation’s darkest hour?
Mr Taylor, a leading proponent of King Arthur, is currently in negotiations with the Hong Kong film industry to invest £200 million in a purpose built film and TV studios to be constructed on the outskirts of Brighton, with the ultimate goal of filming a King Arthur film trilogy based on the true story of King Arthur II, born on Christmas Day 503AD.
Watch Britain's Hidden History Show every Sunday at 8pm, only on YouTube, to catch Ross Broadstock’s regular show, which delves deeper into our ancient British history, showcasing the archaeological discoveries of Alan Wilson and Baram Blackett, who claim King Arthur II was a real historical King, from the Welsh royal dynasties, and that Jesus Christ survived the crucifixion, and fled to South Wales, where he was there-after known as the Lame Fisher King.
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