Wednesday, 2 May 2012
Open Letter to Joint Administrator
There follows an open letter to John Butler, joint administrator of NextGenus UK CIC and Fibrestream Limited:
I can confirm that DC XXXX of Humberside Police returned all my computer equipment last Friday afternoon and I understand that all enquiries have been ceased which is good news in terms of not wasting further police time and also a relief to myself and my family to have this matter satisfactorily concluded and I hope that those who actually hacked the Hull network are brought to account - see http://nextgenus.blogspot.co.
During the course of this weekend I have identified any obviously helpful information from my computer and attached documents that may be relevant for the information you have previously requested, please advise by return as regards any other outstanding items from you previous emails that you are seeking still.
Onto more serious matters.
Your note to creditors which you also posted me printed copies (and for which again I request that you kindly provide electronic copies so that the complete and accurate picture may most expeditiously be provided) on Friday last contains several factual inaccuracies and serious omissions.
The respective roles of Simon John Davison and Craig James Brass in actively undermining both Fibrestream Limited and NextGenUs UK CIC when both individuals were directors of NextGenUs Group companies has been deliberately ignored in your note and must be corrected for the record.
Similarly missing is the background that Davison was dismissed from employment by the NextGenUs Group as a prelude to his removal as both director (which he pre-empted by offering his resignation in February 2012) and compulsory sale of his shares, according to the shareholders agreement then in place, an agreement now repudiated by Davison's serial, ongoing and irreperable breaches.
The reasons for Davison's dismissal from employment for gross misconduct are material and central as to why both Fibrestream Limited and NextGenus UK CIC were forced into administration due to loss of contracts caused by Davison deliberately lying to the Board about the status of key projects (Buckminster in particular had a direct loss to NextGenUs UK CIC of some £45,000 and consequential, reputational and goodwill losses into the several hundreds of thousands of pounds short term range).
Davison's actions along with Craig James Brass of (allegedly, as there is no evidence beyond shipping weights from the supposed supplier MSDist Ltd than any equipment was actually dispatched and it is most strange to note that Davison subsequently purchased this supposed debt from the supplier in question to then become a creditor himself and thereby enable the pre-packed deal created by his agent F Devine) ordering then misappropriating some £14k of equipment were clear efforts to drive under both businesses of which you are joint administrator in order to provide direct commercial gain for both Simon John Davison and Craig James Brass, which the note that you provided to creditors last Friday confirms to be the case.
You have been party to the disposal of assets that were not within your remit as joint administrator to so do as regards Cumbria and this is a most serious matter indeed which may open you to charges of fraudulent dealing, which I do not believe is your intention and hence why I am giving you every opportunity to remedy matters in your professional capacity, even at this late stage.
The very existence of this hereforeto hidden pre-packed agreement created by your joint administrator F Devine (and of which I have yet to see a complete copy and am therefore still unable to ascertain exactly the extent of what you have sold and equally what is excluded!) served to fatally undermine negotiations during the course of March 2012 with what was otherwise a serious potential investor in the Cumbria business specifically and by extension the business as a whole.
Again, I must request that you cease prevaricating as regards internet domain names and therefore all related email addresses owned by Neoeon Limited and NextGenus Limited that have been usurped without authorisation by Craig James Brass on or after the 13 April 2012 and request, in addition to instructing Mr Brass to return control of said domains to their proper prior ownership as you have been previously and again here advised, that you advise to the best of your knowledge who provided Mr Brass with the access codes and passwords to be able to make these false changes to the ownership of these following domains:
The result of the unauthorised changes to internet domain ownerships as described above includes and is not limited to direct damages to NextGenUs Limited and its subsidiaries (Neoeon Limited and NextGenUs Cumbria CIC) by way of preventing access to emails to and from customers, current and prospective, and suppliers etc in the normal course of business plus opens up the very real prospect of such legitimately attempted communications being intercepted by unauthorised parties who I understand have not bought any NextGenUs Group businesses as a going concern in any event.
John, whilst I understand that it was your joint administrator and Simon John Davison's de-facto agent F Devine who was responsible for the execution of this pre-packed deal, I am genuinely surprised that you wish to be associated with what appears to be fraud, against both for-profit and community interest companies, beyond any reasonable doubt and I am giving you the opportunity here and now to set the record straight and protect your own good name.
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