Monday, 6 July 2009

What do we officially know about the FTAC?

One thing that is striking when researching the Fixated Threat Assessment Centre (FTAC) is the total lack of published information about it. A Google search produced a few items, but not much detail.

The Police

On the Metropolitan Police web site there are no pages that admit to the existence of the FTAC. A deeper search reviled only one reference; a sidebar in an article on stalking from an issue from November 2007 of the house journal called ‘The Job’.

The Press

Press coverage has been remarkably absent. Back in late May of 2007 the Mail on Sunday broke the story, and it was subsequently covered by the Times and Telegraph the following day. Their coverage correctly raised the insidious nature of this organisation.

In response to this initial coverage, the Observer cooperated in a piece to cover up the concerns that have been raised.

Since the Observer article there has been virtually no coverage at all in the mainstream media whatsoever. The other security services my look with envy at the ability of the FTAC to avoid any serious scrutiny.


Our representatives in parliament have not been too inquisitive either. Hansard reveals that MPs have asked about the Fixated Threat Assessment Centre a grand total of twice. Once shortly after the Mail on Sunday revelation by Tim Loughton and another over two years later by the Conservative MP Grant Shapps. Other than that: nothing. The government forms a police department that abduct people and lock them up in mental hospital and no one of the opposition members challenges them.

Personal accounts

One story that has been picked up by the conspiracy websites has concerns someone who was called in to see their GP. The GP revealed that they had been ordered by the FTAC to ascertain the person’s state of mind. The person in question had sent e-mails to disgraced former home sectary Jaqui Smith calling her a communist. Apparently she had instructed FTAC to ‘deal’ with that person.

The only other case is someone clearly psychotic who admits in their own words to hear voices. We can only assume that all other cases have been locked up so securely that nobody will ever hear from them.

Now there is my story. I shall shortly begin describing what happened to me. What I have to tell will really shock everyone that reads it. I will reveal the lies, abuse and corruption that infest the police and the NHS. I am going to name those that are responsible.

I've got someone attention!

Considering that I’ve only just stated this blog, it’s got very little content (at the moment), and I’ve not done much to market it, you can imagine my surprise when I checked my stats service for all my sites and found that this one has had some hits.
What is very interesting that the majority of the hits today have been coming from a NHS user at another one has been from

Can I expect a knock at the door later to be carted off to prison or mental hospital on another fictitious reason?