Letter to Trevor Torrington (CEO) Priory Group

Distressingly having witnessed over extended time my vulnerable brother become a commodity of The Priory Group due to lies and concealment by particular ‘care’ staff, and his rights blatantly disregarded. I have written the below letter to Trevor Torrington (CEO of Priory Group).

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While I may or may not receive a response from Mr Torrington, I will never pardon individuals in their organisation for what they have done.

Proof my letter was delivered to The Priory Group

Letter to Stephen Vickers (update)

Today (27th August) is the 22nd day since sending another letter to Mr Stephen Vickers (Director of Adults & Wellbeing at Herefordshire Council) and to local councillors for them to forward to him.
I have not received any communication from SV since regarding arrangements for the return of the computer & equipment nor the declared detailed police, nor has either been sent to the solicitor I requested. Such I firmly believe is deliberate and extended prevention of my wish of seeking legal redress for the accusations made and destruction of my family. Fortunately, I securely stored forensic images of the computer drive before it was confiscated while being returned to my brother.

Below is a redacted copy of the letter I sent to SV

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It is no surprise to me why the care system is so broken, and the vulnerable and their families suffer—having experienced and identified the individuals within the care system from directors to LA lawyers, to social workers and care staff who are willing, complicit or supportive of concealing neglect, ill-treatment or wrongdoing. Some appear to have no moral or ethical issues with lying to the courts.

Letter to Stephen Vickers

Below is an image of another batch of letters I have deliver to local Herefordshire County councillors, today 10th August 2020, asking again for them to forward an enclosed letter to Stephen Vickers (Director of Adults & Wellbeing at Herefordshire Council).

In the letter, I have asked that SV cease avoiding accountability and responsibility for his and his colleague actions, inactions and libellous accusations, and to handle the return of property and the claimed detailed police report, personally and promptly. Notably, as I still wait for the declared detailed police report to be sent to my solicitor after requesting for such repeatedly from Herefordshire Council.

I did, however, receive a letter from AM, (part redacted copy below) one of three individuals I complained about and who were involved in concealing concerns and incidents I reported regarding my brother, and fabricating criminal offences against me.
Further, the detailed police report was not attached to the letter, as AM claimed.

I believe it is highly inappropriate and unprofessional for, SV, a director of adult social care who claims to specialise in law, have a colleague AM contact me the victim of their vexatious accusations and executed attempt to have me imprisoned, and which assisted in destroying my family.

However, as SV chose to wilfully ignored the concerns and incidents I reported regarding my brother and blocked communication, to avoid further knowledge, I perhaps should not have been surprised by SV’s disregard and action.

I suspect further foul play by SV, AM and colleagues, as the computer can be delivered to me but not to my solicitor without a claimed ‘possibility of damage’, and as mentioned the detailed police was missing and has not been sent to my solicitor.


Letter from Rebekah Cresswell Priory Group

A couple of days ago I received the below letter from The Priory Group.

Regarding the claim of having written to me on 12th June, I’ve received no such letter. In fact, for no less than the last 12 months, although an interested party in the health & welfare of my brother, I have been excluded from involvement and contact.
And he has been denied of visits home, even to visit our dying mother, when requested, before the pandemic started.

There is a significant amount of concern I could highlight in the letter, not least they have had seven months to prepare and adjust, four since lockdown began on 26th March 2020 and, as I can evidence, have ignored previous government guidance and legislation.

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Additionally, below is an extract from an email of 19th June 2020 informing me of coronavirus testing kits order and arriving at the Priory Group home. You’ll note it also states ‘There have been no cases suspected or confirmed cases of coronavirus among residents or staff here at H House to date’. How do they know if they haven’t had kits to test with?