What is it with our Welsh police force, why do they behave so badly? We will have no police force left at this rate.
Response officers from Llangefni, in July 2020 executed two simultaneous misuse of drugs warrants in Menai Bridge, a female and two males have been arrested on suspicion of possession of class A drugs with intent to supply.
The leading officer was PC 3563 Gafyn Roberts who enjoys kicking criminal’s doors in; Roberts says this is the 3rd warrant connected to drugs in the Menai Bridge area in as many weeks, he says that we will continue to target those causing harm to our towns and villages, targeting vulnerable persons and youths.
What PC 3563 Gafyn Roberts never told our community is what he had been up to himself, causing stress to members of the public.
Maybe he thought he would never be found out; he seems to be quite handy with a pen and paper sitting in the parade room at the police station.
Please read for yourselves below, he is due to face a misconduct hearing the Thursday 28th October; He probably won’t turn up.
Another Welsh cop PC 4977 Paul Roberts who told his ex-partner that he kept copies of private videos of her, just in case there was ever a need for them; Roberts was sacked, I feel so sorry for any woman that is married to a cop.
Oh my god, when is this going to stop? Police officer Ian Naude 29, of Shropshire has been charged with the alleged rape of a 13-year-old girl.
Ian appeared at South Cheshire Magistrates Court yesterday, Monday November 6th the rape allegations were reported to the police on Friday, November 3rd and the poor victim is receiving specialist care and support.
Naude was served a suspension notice from Cheshire police after being charged on Sunday the matter has been referred to the IPCC as a matter of course, God only knows what they will come up with.
Detective Constable Geraint Jones and Detective Constable Neville Bradbury who are stationed at Cardiff Bay police station went to visit Sean Wall at Parc Young Offenders Institute in Bridgend; they took him out of prison for the day, drove to the local Spar and bought him cans of cider and got Sean p****d, then took him back to Cardiff Bay police station.
The deal by the two officers was to give Sean the alcohol and then ask him to confess to crimes, Sean confessed to crimes he didn’t commit which looked great on paper for the police’s detection rate, showing it had solved crimes. Sean asked the police officers in the police station could they contact his solicitor, he asked 17 times.
Again what I find astonishing is that the two police officers were investigated by the IPCC and both officers kept their jobs.
So this is a message to any young boys under the age of 18 and you want alcohol for Christmas, phone the local police, ask them to get you a few cans and you just confess to a few crimes you have not committed, it helps clear the books for the police.
Finally, Don Kenyon, Jason Davenport, Nicolas Hawe and now retired Superintendent Simon Humphreys, I would like to know your opinion on this shocking behaviour on what those officers did to that young teenager?
Do you feel guilty for charging me and my wife for mortgage fraud? Bearing in mind it was a victimless crime and no complainant, you may be giggling to yourselves saying we took £350,000 from you Creamer, but I can tell you the public wont be laughing when I show the cost of the trial and the millions of pounds of public money wasted.
Regarding Jamie Leigh Clark, you will have seen his videos on a previous post, where he was marched past the custody desk and placed in a cell, where he had approximately 7 officers around him, as they all backed out of the cell after stripping Jamie naked, you then see Jamie get to his feet and move towards the cell door, they then close the door on Jamie’s hand were 3 fingers were severed.
I think you would all have to agree these videos were shocking, each and every one of us are entitled to our own opinion. Let’s say the police did accidentally close the door on Jamie’s hand, call me stupid but I’m now stuck for words; why did those officers all stand outside that cell and not rush to open the cell door knowing Jamie’s hand was trapped in it, were he could have bled to death and why did they take 3 hours to take him to hospital?
I’m sorry I don’t have the answers, were they hoping for him to die?
Please see the video of Jamie leaving Llanelli police station after his injury had occurred.
We now know Jamie was charged with police assault, but was later acquitted at the Magistrates Court of any wrongdoing. Jamie then made a complaint regarding this incident and it was handed over to Jan Williams the Commissioner for the Independent Police Complaints Commission, in our language…I Protect Corrupt Cops.
After toing and froing, Jamie was invited to a meeting at Ammanford police station where on 16 August 2017 he met Jan Williams and Martin Morris from the IPCC. Jamie who had been badly let down by the authorities decided to covertly record this meeting, he probably felt he would get more out of the meeting on his own and without his solicitor being present, I’m trying to understand why Jamie has taped the interview but like I said people in authority will talk more freely without a solicitor being present, also Jamie must have been so upset after losing three fingers and nobody is held accountable for it.
This is shocking behaviour by the establishment and Jamie must’ve felt like he was banging his head against a brick wall, I suppose these are the tactics you have to resort to, it’s the only way you’ll find the truth.
Jan Williams of the IPCC
Now listen to the recording of Jamie and Jan Williams from the IPCC, the recording is clear but it is 32 minutes long.
When Jamie left Ammanford police station after the meeting with Jan Williams and Martin Morris, Jamie was escorted back to his taxi by Martin Morris; Jamie was alleged to have used threatening abusive and insulting words to Mr Morris which caused harassment alarm or distress, used threatening abusive or insulting words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour therefore causing that person or another harassment alarm or distress contrary to section 4A(1) and (5) of the Public Order Act 1986.
Mr Clark has now been charged with the above offence, authorised by Dyfed Powys Police and must now appear at Llanelli Magistrates Court on the 30th of November 2017 at 9am.
I do believe Mr Clark will be entering a plea of not guilty.
Your comments will be appreciated but please no bad language.