You have seen on a previous post were videos were shown of the horrific injuries caused to Jamie Clark when his fingers were caught in a cell door. You saw half a dozen police officers standing outside the cell doing nothing to help him.
The police watchdog said there was insufficient evidence to bring misconduct case against any officers. The IPCC did call on the force to put finger guards on cell doors.
After Christmas, I will show you a video where the same police force sprayed pepper spray in Jamie’s face at a train station in a separate incident from the one above.
Finally, PC Ian Naude who was charged with raping a 13-year-old girl appeared at Chester Crown Court on Monday December 4th. The Chester Chronicle were not present at court and published that he pleaded not guilty to one count of rape and two counts of sexual assault, I can confirm Naude pleaded guilty to 2 other sexual related offences and wouldn’t plead to another two; the case was put off for trial until the end of April 2018.
Four Gary’s; you’ve had the first post yesterday on Gary Lloyd, Gary John Jones’ post will be on 25/12/17 at 6 o’clock in the morning and you will have a Creamer Cracker in the afternoon, I’ve not mentioned these two people before. I can confirm there is an investigation ongoing with the council & the police in to Gary Sky, I have asked the question to the authorities should he be suspended from the head of PubSafe until the investigation has been completed, neither will confirm whether he has been suspended or not.
Lynne Plumb bought Gary an electric toothbrush for his 47th birthday on Sunday, he snapped it in half not because he doesn’t have to brush his teeth but because City beat United LOL.
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.
A father from Burry Port in Llanelli, Jamie Leigh Clark was at home on the evening of 20th of June 2016, Jamie’s neighbours called Llanelli police station and reported a domestic as they could hear two people arguing.
The police attended the home address of Jamie where there was a minor incident of two people arguing, the police became heavy-handed and threatened to taser Jamie, they then arrested Mr Clark for a police assault. As we all know readers of the blog, these are the tactics they use, it’s difficult to prove when four officers say you have assaulted them, it’s your word against theirs and they have now justified their actions for taking you in. Jamie is now in the back of the van on the way to custody on an assault charge.
I am going to show you three videos.
The first one is Jamie entering the custody suite where two officers have Jamie in a headlock and are marching him straight to the cells. There are six police officers accompanying Jamie plus a male and a female officer at the custody desk. Most people know whenever you are taken into custody you’re supposed to be booked in, your name and details given to the custody officer and the nature of the offence you have been arrested for, for some reason Llanelli police have chosen to ignore this procedure.
Now moving on to the second video, warning this is graphic and disturbing.
Jamie is placed on the cell floor where you can see 6 officers in the cell, Jamie is stripped naked, the handcuffs are eventually removed, all the officers back out of the cell and as the last officer backs out, you can then see Jamie stand-up naked, then he goes to grab the door, you can see the officer slam the door shut on his left hand severing three fingers you can see Jamie banging on the door with his right hand screaming for help and for the police to open the door, how convenient the audio has been switched off on these videos.
You then see later Jamie lying on the floor semiconscious, his right hand trying to stop the bleeding on his left hand, astonishingly it took them three hours to eventually take Jamie to hospital.
These videos are absolutely shocking, the police have a duty of care to look after anyone they have in custody around the country no matter what they had been arrested for. Llanelli police you have failed and let Jamie Leigh Clark down, come on it is time to pay him compensation now.
Video three shows half a dozen police officers outside M4 cell where they have closed the door on Jamie’s hand, you can see a police officer wiping the blood off his top that has squirted out of the edge of the door from Jamie’s hand also see them looking above the M5 cell at the blood splatter. The officers seem to think it’s a joke the amount of time it took them to open the cell door and to add insult to injury they charge Jamie with common assault on a police officer.
Jamie eventually attended Llanelli Magistrates Court on 18 October 2016, some four months later Jamie pleaded not guilty and the magistrates found Jamie not guilty of the common assault as they said they were too many inconsistencies in the police statements.
Jamie then put a complaint in as to how he was mistreated at Llanelli police station. As usual the police say they have done nothing wrong and it was referred to the IPCC (I Protect Corrupt Cops), Jan Williams investigated from the IPCC, how strange she said the same basically the police have done nothing wrong. I have told you on previous posts when you make a complaint they love to tire you out and wear you down, this is the protocol you have to go through.
I have had lengthy conversations with Jamie and my heart goes out to him and his family, he’s finding it very painful this time of year having to wear gloves, now the police and the IPCC have finished their investigation, Jamie can now claim against the Chief Constable of Llanelli and his foot-soldiers, I think we would all agree he should be entitled to compensation, I cannot say any more at this stage as Jamie’s claim is imminent as I would not like to prejudice his case.
I would like to wish Jamie good luck and all the best for the future, I know it’s difficult for Jamie, he used to be a painter and decorator and can no longer work and is finding it very difficult at the moment.