Bennison v Bardsley
The hearing took place via Skype, with most parties ready and logged in well before time. The only exception was Benny, who makes a habit of turning up late to hearings, or so we’re told. That was most certainly the case at the Nominet hearing, when he turned up nearly an hour late. It was odd, because he was there when we all logged in, then he disappeared. It is more than likely, yet another example of the childish antics which we have come to expect from him.
Mr Bennison spoke first and gave a rendition of his usual, incredible, take on events. We will not bore you with it, as we have heard it many times before, all the accusations against a number of other people. To boil it down, Benny believes that the defendant in this case has control over the internet as a whole and is solely responsible for every critical post made about him.
His mission was to convince the court that if they stopped the defendant in this case posting, his problems would be over. No idea how he thinks this would work in the context of the fora, where everyone uses screen names, so how would anyone know if the defendant had followed such an order, had it been granted?
The defendant mentioned the fact that Benny was a vexatious plaintiff and made the point that he didn’t have a penny to his name, having just been recently discharged from his bankruptcy. The defendant was anxious to avoid the same fate as Nominet, who, due to Benny’s earlier failed actions and unpaid costs, ended up £50,000 out of pocket. The defendant pointed out that he cannot afford this.
The defendant also requested the case be referred to Manchester, as his disabilities would make a trip to London exceedingly difficult. The judge seemed sympathetic, although Benny, the well-known legal expert, didn’t seem to be aware that the High court does sit outside London; his response was that he did not want the move granted, as he wanted the case to remain with the High Court.
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still nothing from Benny, to anyone. I have nerouďe paths I can now take. I am trying to find one that will render the debtor the least pain. This is because basically i am a nice guy but sadly there isn’t a reason I should.
A was looking back at the vile things he has done to innocent people, I find it hard to be to his plight.
I mean a picture of my 3 year old on his blog and making demeaning comments on the little girl is pretty bad. Then there was my daughter and children.
I am pleased in a way that he has chosen to hide in a morally strong and fair country perhaps it may run off on him. Oh but what about if someone spills those beans? Abandoned children and partners
None payment of child care. Etc
It does not bare thinking about
Oh by the way Jason , if you are reading this, best do as the court tells you now. You never know what is just arround the corner.
Good Morning Everyone.
What a lovely day, the sun is shining and I am in the Garden sipping a Gin cocktail, I think I will get the BBQ on later.
I noticed the calendar, and guess what! it is the tenth of July.
Now to my reconning that makes 28 days or so since Jason Bennison was sent an order regarding payment of his costs. payable to me within 28 Days. That was on the 10th of June.
Actually, I gave him a little extra time.
Of course, no payment has been made, nor has there been any contact. Sadly the Bardsley coffers remain as they were, we never expected him to do the honest thing, now did we?
There will be new threads and maybe some new blogs, addressing this and the corrupt activities already examined on here, or so I am told. I think the papers are of public interest. it seems the blog owner agrees.
Of course, Mr Bennison may pay? Naaah!
Now, where are those T-Bones, or perhaps I should have a steak, EH Bowley?
It does seem that all the stuff from Jason Bennison about emigrating to the Philipines was untrue.
Mr Bennison resides there under a tourist visa which he must review periodically.
His legal residence is at his mother’s house in London.
This is important because all the people who were put off claiming against him or his business, should not be put off by his claims of being out of the jurisdiction of an English court. This is the impression he seeks to give but it is false.
This he affirms in a witness statement made under a statement of truth.
Well, here we are, Peter still awaiting payment from Jason Bennison. Bennison himself returned to giving god awful advice on his blog.
But really something needs to be done about him. He illustrated yet again a complete misunderstanding of the law, even to a basic level. A complete lack of comprehension and a bullheaded ignorance in his demeanour.
His lies are continuous and unrelenting, after a while you feel like you are inside some alternative reality nightmare.
As I said to the clerk, “Bennison lies as easily as we breathe. It is well practised and second nature to him.”
Mark Bowley(The fool)
once wrote to me saying, “I have reported you to the police Peter, they don’t need evidence. ???”