Jessica Ennis Hill, apologise to Ched Evans, please!!!

International footballer Ched Evans has been found not guilty of the rape of a 19-year-old woman on Friday 14th October 2016. The jury of 7 women & 5 men cleared Mr Evans at Cardiff Crown Court, they took just 2 hours to acquit him.

Ched was originally tried by a jury at Caernarfon Crown Court where he was found guilty and sent to prison for 5 years, on his release he appealed his conviction to the Court of Appeal in London, where leave to appeal was refused, Ched’s last chance was to apply to the CCRC, Criminal Case Review Commissioner, where new evidence was submitted to the CCRC and in April this year before 3 appeal court judges in London, the conviction was quashed and a retrial was ordered for October this year and now we all know the outcome.

The 19 year old girl never complained of rape to the police, there was no forensics or DNA, although she claimed her drink had been spiked whilst drinking around pubs in Rhyl, but while she was in the hotel in Rhuddlan, North Wales in May 2011 with no memory of what happened but agreed to have sex with another footballer Clayton McDonald and she said that the sex with Clayton McDonald was consensual, how strange that when she had sex with Ched Evans all of a sudden she says it was not consensual, sounds to me like she has selective memory.

Now let’s turn to North Wales Police and the CPS. The Crown Prosecution Service is the principle prosecuting authority for England and Wales, established as an independent body in 1986 to prosecute criminal cases, they work closely with the Police and other investigators to advise on lines of enquiry and to decide appropriate charges or other outcomes in accordance with the code for Crown Prosecutors. The CPS prosecutors prepare cases for court and present cases in both the Magistrates Courts and higher courts.

So why did North Wales Police and the CPS in North Wales, senior Prosecutor Karen Dixon get this case so wrong, was this case motivated by a personal vendetta from North Wales Police and the CPS against Ched Evans, there was quite clearly no evidence yet the CPS decided to waste the public’s money as they think they have a divine right to win every case, as we know the CPS and The Mob have just lost 2 other rape cases in North Wales, these are on a previous post.

If the senior investigator from the police in this case and the senior investigator from the CPS had to pay out of their own money for this retrial it would never have made the courtroom but because it’s the tax payers money they obviously don’t care, I think the CPS and the Police owe Mr Evans an apology; he spent 2 ½ years in prison and 2 ½ years on licence regularly attending probation and missed over 5 years of his football career and as we all know a footballer’s career is short.

Well North Wales Police and the CPS, it’s time to pay Mr Evans his compensation, I hope you have not capped it at a half a million, he deserves at least £4-5 million, Ched also missed out on what would have been one of the most memorable & important football occasions by not playing for his country Wales at the Euro 2016 championships.

All he was guilty of was cheating on his girlfriend; come on men out there and police officers how many of you have done that behind your wives/girlfriend’s backs?

Finally, Jessica Ennis Hill you owe Ched Evans an apology this Olympic athlete asked for her name to be removed from the stand at Sheffield United’s ground if Ched was resigned following his release from prison in 2014.

Should this post appear on your Facebook, please do not like it, share it so it goes viral, so it will help shame Jessica Ennis Hill into making a public apology to Ched Evans. Personally speaking I can’t wait to hear what Jessica says.

There were quite a few other people where I live in North Wales who also jumped on the bandwagon and knocked Ched Evans, you must all be eating humble pie now.

Isn’t it frightening to think how many people North Wales Police and the CPS have put in prison on trumped up charges, I should know, I’ve been one of them, in the end people who have been wrongly convicted tend to give in and accept it, fair play to Ched Evans and his fiancé Natasha Massey for standing up to The Mob and CPS in North Wales.

How convenient when I attended Llandudno police station and spoke to Sergeant David Ramessur – Williams and made a complaint about the poison pen blog Thoughts of Oscar, Sgt Williams denied all knowledge of who ‘Oscar’ was, I told him that untrue comments had been put on that blog during my trial in 2010, he wasn’t interested in arresting 7 Bellies Nigel Roberts, MP David Jones or Dylan Moore, all 3 of whom authored that blog but he clearly remembers sitting next to his colleague operating the police helicopter, taking photos of my property, a lot must have been discussed in the Williams house and yet his wife Superintendent Jo Ramessur – Williams has warned people that anybody who names the girl on social media who accused Ched Evans of rape will be arrested and prosecuted under section 5 of the Sexual Offences amendment act and this girl has a life time of anonymity.

Her husband the Sergeant chose to ignore the poison pen blog gang who could have prejudiced my trial in 2010, no charges have yet to be brought against Oscars gang.

Regarding Sergeant Ramessur – Williams, you can view my previous post here:

Poison Pen Blog Gang Part 11

Your comments are welcome.




Assault By The Mob – Sgt Oliver

The next assault occurred in 1984, again I was on my way home and stopped by The Mob, again it was Sgt Williams and Sgt Oliver who were targeting me.

This time Sgt Williams did not assault me as a complaint was already in against him, so he let his colleague Sgt Oliver assault me, this was witnessed by an independent witness, Ian Richardson.

So I made a complaint and once again it came to nothing, despite the assault being witnessed by a member of the public.

Michael Creamer  Michael Creamer


Assault By The Mob – Sgt Williams

In 1983 I was walking home from Conwy along Bangor Rd, where I then lived in Morfa flats with my parents.

I got halfway down Bangor Rd, opposite the entrance to where you turn to go in to Bodlondeb, a police car was parked there, suddenly Sgt. Williams got out and made his way over to me, saying he wanted to have a word, he came over, pushed me behind the wall, out of view of the road, without any warning he punched me several times to the head and kicked me, I managed to get free and run home.

I reported the incident to my solicitor Don Roberts of J W Hughes & Co, who then complained on my behalf to the Police Complaints Board.

Read the response back from the complaint.

Sgt Williams, Conwy

It was my word against a member of The Mob, guess who they chose to believe?


Under Age Drinking

On May 14th 1981, I was at a Disco in the Conwy British Legion, back then it was the place to be on Friday & Saturday nights.

I was drinking with my friends when in came 2 of The Mob, Sgt Williams and Sgt Oliver, they took my beer out of my hand, saying I was not 18, there were also other people in the Legion who were under-age but they targeted me.

They went to all the Conwy landlords and told them I was under-age and not to serve me.

You will see the names Williams and Oliver crop up a few more times on this blog

I then had to appear at the juvenile court, charged with consuming intoxicating liquor under age and given a £5.00 fine.

Michael Creamer, Conwy

What do you think, should I have received a caution, was I unfairly targeted by The Mob?