Dear Mrs Wright
IN THE MATTER OF FREDERICK ANDREWS - 1978 No 516
Your further letter of 16 September 1989 to the Director of the Court Service has been passed to me by his office since, as I have already indicated to you, he does not feel that there is anything that he can usefully add to the clear recommendations already given to you, namely, to take legal advice and to apply to the Court, if so advised, in respect of any new evidence available to you. I stress the word evidence as distinct from allegations.
It is a matter of regret that you are unable or unwilling to understand or accept the facts as laid out for you. However I now state, for the record, that it is not my intention, on the basis of evidence presently available to me, to issue proceedings against any person for recovery of money. I am satisfied that the full market value for Freddie's Smithfield/Francis Street property was £150,000, the amount obtained on his behalf, and, so far as I am concerned there the matter must rest.
DEIRDRE S BOWERS (Mrs)
[Thank you Mrs. Bowers, but I am very able and willing to understand and accept the facts as they are, thank the Good Lord, but I am neither able or willing to accept your, or your fellow Official Solicitors', version of those same facts. Let me indicate to you once again, your office has been, and is, practically, waging war against my mentally handicapped brother Freddie and because his family has done all within the law, such as it is here in Northern Ireland, to try to protect him and his valuable estate, that war has also been, and is being, waged against the members of his family. Of course it is a war that your office cannot win. I now have an army of help too and the tide has turned.]