Operation Pylon was carried out in 2008 when myself and other people were arrested on suspicion of mortgage fraud. You will have already read on this blog about Inspector Ian Verburg, where he denied knowing ‘7 bellies’ Nigel Roberts was the author of the poison pen blog and told the local community ‘we don’t know who the author is, it’s best you don’t look on the site’. Verburg was also told by the judge during my trial to go and speak to Oscar a.k.a. ‘7 bellies’ and to tell him to remove the derogatory comments concerning myself, we also now know North Wales Police protected that site and used it to get me convicted.
Please read below Ian Verburg’s statement which confirms he was one of the 100 officers and more involved in Operation Pylon
Please read 2313 Don Kenyon’s statements below which also confirms he was involved in Operation Pylon, Don’s favourite saying in the interview was ‘Michael, we’re police officers, we have good jobs and we don’t tell lies’
At the time, approximately 2008 when I was arrested, another officer who was involved in Operation Pylon was a trainee detective, Constable 2272 Shaun Parry; In 2009 when North Wales Police were making their enquiries 2272 Shaun Parry attended my late mother’s house, 10 Penman Crescent; my mother phoned me up saying Shaun Parry had attended her property and he’d wanted to speak to her regarding me, I told my mum ‘you’re not under arrest and you’re nothing to do with this investigation’ so I told my mum to tell him to fuck off, bless my Mum, she said I could not speak to them like that.
I asked my mum to send me Shaun’s number, I phoned Shaun up and told him to clear off away from the property. He had the cheek to say, ‘I’m making enquiries into Operation Pylon and you’re quite right Michael, your mum has no part of this operation, so if you could get your mum to call me and tell me herself, she doesn’t want to speak to me that’s the end of the matter’. I got my solicitor to speak to Shaun confirming what was agreed, Shaun left and my mother never heard from him again. Shaun was a young police officer at the time, trying to make a name for himself.
Please read 2272 Shaun Parry’s witness statement, again confirming that he was one of the officers in Operation Pylon.
Please now read below that 2272 Shaun Parry is facing a misconduct hearing at North Wales Police headquarters on the 19th/ 20th February. We await the outcome.What I do find strange is the public cannot attend the hearing, Shaun I know Ian Verburg told all offices not to read my blog, but you just can’t stop reading it.
I’m leaving my number and address:
Michael Creamer, 4 Parc Waen, Conwy LL32 8EL
And if you would like to get your Mrs to ring me, I will tell her who you’ve been knocking off behind her back; this incident has nothing to do with the misconduct hearing.
Just to remind you readers of the blog, in March 2017 Ian James Clarke was the arrogant North Wales Police copper convicted of raping a sleeping woman while his police officer wife slept in the adjoining bedroom, Clarke was jailed for 5 years. PC 1651 Martin Parmley from the same team also faced a misconduct hearing and is no longer employed by North Wales Police; there seems to be a pattern of this behaviour.
Please see photo below:
Shaun Parry, John Hanson and Laura Griffiths are the 3 officers that were commended by the ex-chief constable Mark Polin. Yes, the picture shows Superintendent John Hanson who was the head of professional standards and used to sit in on misconduct hearings.
Finally, can I bring to your attention that the ex-Chief Mark Polin was having an affair with a serving police officer’s wife, when the Sergeant found out, how brave of him, he went around Polin’s house and thumped him on the nose; yes, you may well laugh readers of the blog, but this is actually assault and Polin never reported it, police officers were called to this incident!!
Any members of the public, if you wish you can write in under the FOI and ask for any recorded incidents involving police officers at their own homes and see if any events are recorded as North Wales Police are supposed to be honest and transparent; as we all know Mark Polin retired with a good pension and then set himself up with a good job working for Betsi Cadwalader. I am a little surprised how he got his new job as he knows nothing about the health service, his new job should have been given to someone with experience in this field, I would like to remind you 2272 Shaun Parry you’re a foot soldier, senior police officers very rarely get prosecuted.
Your comments are welcome.
JFT96 – YNWA