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My letter to Judge's secretary Millar dated 19/2/1985.

Dear Mr Miller,

Re. Freddie Andrews



Could we please have answers to the following:

In Mr. Hall's second Report of December 2nd 1985, paragraph 12, he states he completed his own analysis and came to the conclusion that during he period 1972 - 1979 Mrs Andrews had access to 35,000 belonging to the patient. This analysis must be substantiated by facts and figures.

Our mother was entitled to use Freddie's money to keep him and to cover household expenses over this seven year period. She was driven to use her own money to pay for oil and other bills pertaining to Freddie as she was given no direction whatsoever from the solicitor provided for her by the late Mr. C. Gilpin. It was her right to get a monthly cheque for expenses, after all it was her husband's money. Freddie's account in the Industrial Bank in Bangor was under the names of solictor Mr. Bertie Wright and Mr. C. Gilpin. None of the family had access to this account.

We will not accept Mr. Hall's inference that our mother UNLAWFULLY took money from Freddie as Messrs Tughan & Co and Mr. C. Gilpin had complete control of her affairs and Freddie's affairs and must be made responsible for any money unaccounted for. Properly edited accounts and Bank statements must be produced to cover this period. [Mr. Hall did the same thing with my sister Betty and demanded 20,000 from her which he said, wrongfully, belonged to Freddie. This was a means of getting another 20,000 under his, Hall's, control and which was not to benefit Freddie.]

Mr. Hall attcked our mother by threatening in the first Court Hearing to sequest her money. [Hall eventually managed to get complete control of all my mother's estate just over a year before she died.] We have never been given any explanation for this unwarranted outburst.

We are sorry to have to trouble you again but we have no other way of getting the truth over to the Judge since Mr. Hall has not requested a meeting to discuss anything with him.

Yours sincerely,

(Mrs) Eileen Wright.


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