Sussex Police in New Elderly Abuse Scandal
David ‘Joe’ Neilson, 76 from Peacehaven, near Brighton, is living in fear.
Too scared to return to his home since the General Election of 2015, Mr. Neilson has been living in fear of the killers of Katrina Taylor, and the Sussex Police’s involvement in his continuing harassment and stalking.
Mr. Neilson is Living in Fear
An old aged pensioner, diagnosed with PDST in 1996, suffering from Fibromyalgia, compounded with Macular Degeneration, losing his eye-sight to the extent of being registered legally blind; Mr Neilson’s story echoes the news that two Sussex Police officers are facing manslaughter charges following the death of a 93-year-old pensioner, who died weeks after being tasered and battered by Sussex Police officers.
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Under fire following a string of scandals hitting the police force, Mr Neilson directly accuses Sussex Police of harassment and stalking, and its Police and Crime Commissioner XXXX XXXXXX of his attempted murder.
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Pictured outside the Murder House in a wheelchair with ex-Royal Military Policeman Matt Taylor a week after the attack in January 2015, David Neilson has since fled his home, living in fear he will be killed by the killers of Katrina Taylor, watching helplessly as his property is stolen by organised crime.
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During the 2015 General Election Mr. Neilson received Death threats if he didn’t sign his property at 318 Southcoast Road, Peacehaven, dubbed ‘The Murder House’
The main witness in the 1996 murder of Katrina Taylor, Mr. Neilson says he is “too scared to return to his home, in fear he would be killed by the killers of
Katrina Taylor, working with Sussex Police.”
Subjected to a home invasion by two unknown assailants in January 2015, the attack is one of many attacks against him since 1996.
Mr. Neilson is living in fear the killers of Katrina Taylor, will return to kill him.
Abandoned by Social Services and Police
Shunned by Social Services and Old Aged Concern charities, Mr. Neilson is campaigning for the reopening of the Katrina Taylor murder, in which he is still being persecuted 26 years on.
Filed as another ‘Unsolved Murder,’ Mr. Neilson claims organized crime worked with corrupt officials, to overturn the guilty verdicts of Katrina Taylor’s killers, allowing them to walk free in 1997, evading justice, and remaining on the lookout for Mr.Neilson to finish their job.
Attacked on his doorstep, Mr. Neilson was saved by the intervention of Matt Taylor.
Mr. Neilson believes it if Mr. Taylor hadn’t intervened, he would have died on the spot.
Instead of arresting their attackers, Sussex Police officers arrested Mr. Neilson and Mr. Taylor on suspicion of affray.
After 12 hours in a police cell, and being released over 30 miles away from their home, all charges were later dropped.
Speaking to The Argus, Mr. Neilson, said there was “absolutely no way” he had attacked anyone.
He said: “I am a 69-year-old disabled pensioner.”
Read more: Prospective MP Angry Over Arrest.
As a direct result of the wrongful arrest on 16 January 2015, Mr. Neilson’s property at 318 Southcoast Road, Peacehaven has been stolen by organized crime, which Sussex Police refuse to investigate.
Sussex Police continue to harass and stalker Mr. Neilson, threatening him as a threat, preventing him from reporting crime, and prolonging his injustice by failing to act on and investigate the crimes being committed again Mr. Neilson today.
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