Sue Cox “getting others involved” as she said on camera she would

This afternoon, you tailed me in your car. I was on foot walking back from Sainsbury’s.

As I approached where we both live you drove in front of me twice. First time, oddly turning the corner at the local estate agents which is a very strange trajectory to take. Secondly, just as I’d almost reached home. You must have driven very quickly to have got to where you passed me a second time (along Dorchester Road).

I reiterate that you Sue Cox are working for an organised crime gang. I stand by my accusation.

On reaching home, you’d arranged 3 lads in a van outside our apartment block with one play acting by grabbing one of the others by the neck in a throttling gesture.

Sue Cox, you said on my iPhone recording that you’d get others involved.

Son of a famous newspaper editor visits Weymouth, Dorset

Front cover of The Daily Telegraph in August 2020 featured prominently a photograph – eating a vanilla ice cream cornet along Weymouth Harbour – of the son of former The Times editor William Rees-Mogg.

PDF:
The Jagged Edged – ‘Mr Jacob Rees-Mogg’s cornet’
http://gabrielbronze.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/JACOB-REES-MOGG-The-Jagged-Edged-Mr-Jacob-Rees-Moggs-cornet.pdf

The Elves and the Pixies at the bottom of your garden, do they talk back ?

MI5

In 1988, if you’d said MI5 the police would have said you’re a conspiracy theorist. In 1988, MI5 officially didn’t exist.

Comments from ‘sensible police officers’ would go along the lines: “You’re watching too many ITV television episodes of The Professionals”.

The Security Service Act 1989

In 1989, the Security Service Act 1989 officially recognised as existing MI5. It also gave it a legal framework, a budget, a publicly named Director-General and an official address.

MI5 are called The Security Services. In English law, that’s a fact.


MI6

In 1993, if you’d said MI6 the police would have said you’re a conspiracy theorist. In 1993, MI6 officially didn’t exist.

Comments from ‘sensible police officers’ would go along the lines: “You’re watching too many James Bond films” or “You’re reading too many Ian Fleming novels”.

The Intelligence Services Act 1994

In 1994, the Intelligence Services Act 1994 officially recognised as existing MI6. It also gave it a legal framework, a budget, a publicly named Director-General and an official address.

MI6 are called The Secret Intelligence Service. In English law, that’s a fact.


MI9

In 2004, if you’d said MI9 the police would have said you’re a conspiracy theorist. In 2004, MI9 officially didn’t exist.

Even today, comments from ‘sensible police officers’ might go along the lines: “Do you believe in Santa Claus ?” or “The Elves and Pixies at the bottom of your garden, do they talk back ?”

The Serious Organised Crime and Police Act 2005

In 2005, the Serious Organised Crime and Police Act 2005 officially recognised as existing MI9. It also gave it a legal framework, a budget, a publicly named Director-General and an official address.

MI9 are officially called SOCA (the Serious Organised Crime Agency) or NCA (National Crime Agency). In English law, that’s an allegation or is it a ‘conspiracy theory’.

Gange Gang – organised crime
serial killer residing in Weymouth,
Dorset – Part 5

Anthony Russell

Found hanged at The Nothe, Weymouth, Dorset in October 2015.

Thomas Caulfield

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3213319/Married-musician-killed-mistress-threatened-tell-wife-ended-six-month-affair.html

Mercedes Harrison

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6058783/Woman-21-hanged-row-housemate-facemask.html

Courtney Kilvert

https://www.dorsetecho.co.uk/news/17998726.weymouth-family-pays-tribute-courtney-kilvert-tragically-died-age-23/

Here’s the PDF file of Jagged Edged cipher evidence in the murders of these 4 people.

http://gabrielbronze.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Lines-26-35-The-Jagged-Edged-Gange-Gang-organised-crime-serial-killer-residing-in-Weymouth-Dorset-Part-5-2.pdf

Missing Person cases where the person was “upset” or “very upset” as recently reported by The Dorset Police Force

There’s a pattern of behaviour here of The Dorset Police Force creating a Missing Person case then saying that the person is either upset or very upset.

In my case, I’m not a Missing Person. I’d never become voluntarily a Missing Person, ever. If I disappear and turn up dead that’s murder. I reassert that you Sue Cox have made death threats against my life. You Sue Cox are creating a situation where you can claim that I’m upset or very upset.

Sue Cox you’re picking an argument because you’ve accepted a contract to kill. The exact same contract to kill – for the Jagged Edged cipher value of their names – as must have been placed on (and accomplished by others) on Thomas Gatfield and Laura Dodon.

Have you seen missing man Darrell Genner?
The Dorset Echo
21 June 2020
Chief Inspector Steve Yeoman, of Dorset Police, said: “Since last night when Darrell was reported missing, … As his last message indicated that he was very upset …” 

Urgent appeal to find missing man Duncan Hewitt
The Dorset Echo
7 July 2020
Chief Inspector Lance Cliff, of Dorset Police, said: “When Duncan was last in contact with his family, he sounded very upset.”

Urgent appeal to find ‘very upset’ missing man Miles Bedford
The Dorset Echo
8 July 2020
“Chief Inspector Lindsay Dudfield, of Dorset Police, said: “We are very concerned about Miles as it appears that he was very upset during a phone call to his family in the early hours of today.”

Appeal to find missing man Zach Hill-Walsh
The Dorset Echo
15 July 2020
Chief Inspector Steve May, of Dorset Police, said: “We are very concerned about Zach as we understand he has been upset lately.”

Appeal to find missing man Kerim Eren from Blandford
The Dorset Echo
16 July 2020
Chief Inspector Lance Cliff, of Dorset Police, said: “We are extremely concerned for Kerim’s welfare as we understand he has been very upset recently.”

Urgent appeal to find missing man
The Dorset Echo
19 July 2020
“Michael Harris, 61, went missing from his home in Allen Road sometime between 6pm and 6.30pm on Saturday July 18. He was reported missing at 11.43am on Sunday July 19.”
“Chief Inspector Lindsay Dudfield, of Dorset Police, said: “We know Michael has been upset lately and officers are carrying out searches for him.”

Urgent appeal to find missing man in Weymouth
The Dorset Echo
28 July 2020
Chief Inspector Rob Chalkley, of Dorset Police, said: “We understand Christopher was upset as he left the address where he was staying …”

Update issued after police search for Lee Hepburn
The Dorset Echo
2 August 2020
Commenting earlier today, Chief Inspector Lindsay Dudfield of Dorset Police said: “Lee was reported to be very upset when he left …”

Urgent appeal to find missing William Price
The Dorset Echo
5 August 2020
Chief Inspector Lance Cliff, of Dorset Police, said: “We know William was upset earlier and we are becoming increasingly concerned for him.”

Urgent appeal to find missing Weymouth man Thomas Harper
The Dorset Echo
13 August 2020
Chief Inspector Alan Setchell, of Dorset Police, said: “As Thomas was very upset when he left his home, we are very concerned for his welfare.”

Bodies Found

Urgent appeal after major overnight search fails to find missing man
The Dorset Echo
24 July 2020
“Dorset Police received a report at 10.39pm on Thursday raising concern for the welfare of 34-year-old Thomas Gatfield after he was in mobile phone contact with family and friends and seemed very upset.”
Body found. Thomas Gatfield.

Body found in search for missing Dorchester woman
The Dorset Echo
5 August 2020
“Her death is not being treated as suspicious. The coroner has been notified. Chief Inspector Neil Wood, of Dorset Police”
Body found. Laura Dodon.

Sue Cox last night through 2 Dorset Police Force officers requested details of my GP’s address. Why ?

Given the accusation against Sue Cox is of assisting a serial killer, why exactly do you Sue Cox need to ask 2 Dorset Police Force officers to come around, knock on my door and ask me for my GP’s address ? I felt that they’d pressurised me into giving it.

What do you expect to find in my medical records ? What you’ll find is that I rarely go to see my GP because I’m in good health. This wreaks of a smear campaign by the corrupt official Sue Cox.

I’m again placing Sue Cox’s photograph on this website. Conspiracy to murder is a crime Sue Cox even with the assistance of your Dorset Police Force buddies to help you cover up your tracks.

I’m putting a complaint straight in against you Sue Cox for death threats, abuse of power, witness intimidation.

What fascinates me about The Jagged Edged cipher ?

To me, cracking the Jagged Edged cipher is about spotting patterns. The Jagged Edged cipher is what I call it. I’ve no idea what, if anything, it’s actually called.

I realise it must be a Freemason cipher ; and no I’m not a Freemason. The earliest example, that I’ve found so far, is the Introduction written by Ben Jonson to William Shakespeare’s First Folio (1623). It involves no deaths, whatsoever, just very clever word play.

I suspect the origins of The Jagged Edged cipher go back perhaps as much as a 150 years earlier ; in texts of 1460s / 1470s in the Florentine dialect of Italian.

Along the way, I’ve found the Jagged Edged cipher, without any deaths, whatsoever, in these poems in English:

Ozymandias (Percy Shelley) 1818
The Charge of the Light Brigade (Alfred Tennyson) 1854
Invictus (William Ernest Henley) 1875

I’ve also found The Jagged Edged cipher has been used in the disappearance of people who later reappeared alive:

Natascha Kampusch
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Natascha_Kampusch

Michelle Knight / Georgina DeJesus / Amanda Berry
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ariel_Castro_kidnappings

An as yet unsolved case of a 17 year (juvenile) British girl who’s been a Missing Person for several years. Based upon the Kampusch and Knight / DeJesus / Berry cases I think that it’s possible that the British youngster could still be alive. But, I don’t know that as a fact only as a decryption of the Jagged Edged cipher. Recently I read in the national newspapers that a police force says that she’s not alive.

My interest in The Jagged Edged cipher isn’t about death rather the challenge of cracking a cipher that some smart Alecs think is unique.

Knock on my door 2

This evening, for about 10 minutes or so (21.00+/- to 21.11 hrs), 2 Dorset Police Force officers (1505) spoke to me at the door of my flat. Clearly, they’d been let in by ex-Dorset Police Force employee Sue Cox. I was filmed while I tried to explain when asked questions. To my knowledge, at no point has Sue Cox been interviewed. I stand by what I’ve said about Sue Cox that she’s been paid by an organised crime gang called The Gange Gang.

Going on past court cases, in previous decades:

Ian Brady and Myra Hindley were arrested, tried, convicted and received several Life Sentences ;

Fred West and Rose West (nee Letts) were both arrested while only the latter faced trial, was convicted and received several Life Sentences ;

Levi Bellfield (né Rabetts) was arrested, tried, convicted and received several Life Sentences ;

A***** W********* might well get away with murder.

In all these cases, the exact same cipher (what, for want of a name, I call) The Jagged Edged cipher was used to choose the victims in order to create a series of sentences and paragraphs. Why ? You’d have to ask the person who’d written each cipher. Personally, I find it abhorrent that just because your name together with other people’s names can make a series of sentences and paragraphs you’re killed.

I’ll stand by my statements that a serial killer from the north of England is operating in Weymouth, Dorset and along the Dorset coast. For Charlene Downes and Paige Chivers and all his victims in Dorset sake justice must be seen to have been done.