As this blog is very popular and goes out all over the world, I thought I’d show our readers how The Mob in North Wales behave or should that be misbehave.
We all heard how Superintendent Sacha Hatchett came out trying to defend her colleagues for killing the dog on the A55 and her wonderful speech, which was very vague, what she didn’t mention was PC Craig Macloed & PC Anja Mason, regarding their cruelty to animals and despite having a criminal record they both remain on traffic duties.
If any motorists get stopped by these two officers, please don’t wind them up, because God only knows what they would do to a speeding motorist.
Superintendent Sacha Hatchett also forgot to tell us about the list of her colleagues with criminal records that are serving Police Officers, you can read the full story below, be warned the video is distressing.
Please if you leave a comment, no bad language, I understand it’s frustrating.
What is amazing is that The Mob went to the White Rose centre in Rhyl and put pictures of people’s faces, for all to see who had been convicted of drug offences and every month in the local paper and on the police website, they advertise Criminals of the Month, how convenient, they don’t put any of The Mob on there!
When I took The Mob to court in 2013, one of the officer’s PC 2154 Andy Gill, a main witness for The Mob was unable to attend court, as he had been sacked from the force following a finding of gross misconduct after he admitted he had breached the Data Protection Act 1998, by inappropriately accessing Police Computer Systems, he was convicted of obtaining and disclosing personal data x 5 and sentenced on the 29th April 2010 to fines of £250 per offence totaling £1,250 together with a contribution towards the prosecution costs of £1,200.
You will read this story later on, Creamer Vs The Chief Constable of North Wales Police, Llangefni County Court.
I can tell you, this is a good story.
Good luck to Ched Evans, his appeal is imminent.
JFT96 – YNWA