Dear Mr. Shaw,
Thank you very much for your prompt reply to my letter of 3rd November.
My brother as you understand is incapable of managing his own affairs so my husband and I have moved into his 'temporarry home' in order to look after both Freddie and my mother who is now confined to bed.
I hope you don't mind if I insist that Freddie must in no way be the loser because of blatant malpractice and the plunder of Andrews & Co which started to take place immediately after my father's death. Neither must my mother because of bad advice - or none - given to her by a solicitor not appointed by her or my father.
I cannot give up until Freddie has returned to him, his home "Tara House" and all his other properties left to him in his name. These were my father's wishes. I'm fighting this case not only for Freddie but to expose the machinations and manipulations that have been carried on by people whom on is expected to believe in and trust.
I hope that the solving of this case will insure that, in future, no other mental patient will be exposed to such treachery.
I wish you success with the intense work which I am sure this case entails and a very Happy Christmas and the prospect of a peaceful New Year.
(Mrs) Eileen Wright.