Helicopter for Creamer
It was mortgage fraud that me and Anita were being investigated for and not the Brink’s-MAT robbery. Before I give you the bill of costs, which some of you people may find shocking and hard to believe, now let’s look at how The Mob wasted money, this case was given to the Major Crime Unit to investigate, DC 2313 Don Kenyon, DC 1359 Nicholas Hawe and 2179 Jason Davenport, these were the 3 main musketeers, although there were a lot of other members of The Mob involved.
Whenever anybody spoke to Don Kenyon or Nicholas Hawe, all they would tell you was ‘The big boss said “leave no stone un-turned”’.
I’m going to show you photographs of properties I have owned, you will see 2 photographs of each property, one taken from the helicopter by 1949 Davies and one on the ground taken by Don Kenyon, the investigation was called Operation Pylon (and to their word, they piled everything on).
As you already know there were 17 defendants in the case, they were not really interested in all the other people, they just wanted me convicted. In all the folders and material that was presented to the jury, no-one else’s name was on the folders, all paperwork was referred to as the Queen ‘Vs’ Michael Creamer and others, how to intimidate a jury!! They knew exactly what they were doing.
5 Mona Road, which was an ex-local authority house, me and Anita had a mortgage with Nationwide Anglia and purchased the house for £18,700 from Aberconwy Borough Council and then sold it many years later to my father Thomas Creamer in 1995 for £43,000. The photograph The Mob took was many years later after I sold it.
4 Church Street, Conwy was a stores and was not habitable to live in, I purchased the house from Mr Ramacone and paid £20,000 cash for it. I refurbished and converted it into a house, this property was purchased in 1997 and placed in a trust for my 3 children and The Mob stole it off them.
Penmon, Lon Padog, Whinacres, Conwy was a property that I purchased after selling Mona Road and became our family home, again uninhabitable and in need of refurbishment, purchased in 1995 for £54,500 where myself and Anita had a mortgage with the Abbey National. In approx. 2004 I sold my taxi business for £20,000, de-registered the company had a VAT rebate, some other monies that we had and I redeemed the Mortgage on this property.
I sold Penmon in 2005 through an estate agent to Mr David Williams, they had valued the property at over £300,000, the property boom was at its peak so I made a ¼ of a million, plus the money back that I paid for it, please don’t blame me for the house prices that were rocketing. So for all the nasty and malicious neighbours in my community, myself and Anita at this time had only ever had 2 mortgages in our life, one for £18,700 and one for £54,500, both mortgages have been redeemed, the mortgage payments were paid monthly and never defaulted.
The other house I paid £20,000 cash for in Church Street, Conwy and placed in a trust, the money was legitimate and the solicitors have documentation to back it up.
Before I show you tomorrow the other properties which I bought, are you all quite clear, 3 houses I’ve owned and 2 with mortgages, with everything paid up to date.
JFT96 – YNWA