Police have ruled out taking any action over comments made on the controversial Thoughts of Oscar blog. Is this because the blog author was/is a police informant?
The blog – written by Llandudno newsagent Nigel Roberts – referred to people who later set up the Victims of Oscar action group. A group of over thirty victims who are continuing to fight the decision made by DSI John Hanson of North Wales Police who didn’t even think in necessary to interview the accused, David Nigel Roberts of Nigel Roberts Newsagents In Llandudno, why? Is it because blog author was/is a police informant?
the comments made, a superintendent is investigating professional standards complaints
– referred to the force by the Independent Police Complaints Commission – into its original investigation of the blog posts. All the complainants have been contacted.
was unavailable for comment. Of course he was, he was to busy continuing his on-line harassment of his victims via his bogus twitter accounts and other troll blogs:
All the above accounts were reported to twitter who after doing their own investigations concluded they were from the same IP address/person and permanently closed them all.
All the above blogs are also now closed.
North Wales Police said that Aberconwy MP Guto Bebb “raised a number of serious issues concerning an online blog and the North Wales Police” in a speech in Parliament on September 9. North Wales Police were never going to investigate this blog and it’s authorship properly because of their collusion with the blog, even to this day they still refuse to officially interview Nigel Roberts despite his continuing abusive use of the internet. Why? the answer is above!!
The force said: “After discussions with Mr Bebb, Deputy Chief Constable Gareth Pritchard issued a press release stating the force would review historical allegations concerning the blog site, and invited members of the public to make contact with the force if they had any new allegations.” All for nothing despite hate crimes against gay people, disabled children and deceased relatives of some families. Why? Corruption, collusion and police informants.
To deal with the issues raised by Mr Bebb and the complainants, the police began an investigation – undertaken by a Detective Superintendent John Hanson – into the historic and new allegations concerning the Thoughts of Oscar blog.
North Wales Police said: “This investigation has now concluded and a file has been submitted to the Crown Prosecution Service. The CPS (Karen Dixon) stated in a recorded telephone conversation, “North Wales Police made the decision not to pursue the authors of the blog before we received the file”, “we gave it a quick look and agreed with their decision”. So we must believe then North Wales Police are influencing the CPS if not doing their job entirely.
“None of the complaints made have reached the threshold for criminal prosecution and all the complainants have been updated.” DSI John Hanson and his DC Chris Walsh say they only ever used the evidence presented to them by the blogs victims, which because of the blogs hurried deletion, the victims who were unable to get much in the way of archived evidence from the blog. So why did Hanson and Walsh not arrest and interview David Nigel Roberts of Nigel Roberts Newsagents in Llandudno after he held his hands up to the authorship of the blog and seize at the very least his mobile phone?
It was only earlier in the year that a PC Cawood of North Wales police in an email, confirmed to one of the blogs victims that “we have tried to prosecute the authors behind the Thoughts of Oscar blog before but have been unable to as we do not know who the authors are” so why why why did Hanson and Walsh not do the same? Because David Nigel Roberts of Nigel Roberts Newsagents in Llandudno is a Police informant.
Mr Bebb said he was “disappointed but not surprised” by the decision.
He said: “I am also surprised that the review has concluded that the site was not guilty of harassment under the terms of the Protection from Harassment Act 1997.”
Mr Bebb claimed a Conwy council
officer thanked him for what they described as his “very significant” role in the blog’s demise.
He claimed the officer said the blog had caused “hurt, distress and anxiety” to council staff.
Richie Windmill, of Llandudno, helped to set up the Victims of Oscar group and said he was disappointed by the decision. But not surprised as he had been informed during a recorded interview with Dylan Moore, Nigel Roberts solicitor that David Nigel Roberts of Nigel Roberts Newsagents in Llandudno passed information to the police, implying he is a Police informant, Dylan Moore also confirmed that MP for Clwyd West David Jones was also a regular contributor/author to the Thoughts of Oscar blog, something which to this day MP for Clwyd West David Jones, continues to deny, why?
In a statement on the Victims of Oscar website, Mr Windmill wrote: “When it was announced in September 2014 that North Wales Police would be reinvestigating the complaints made against the Thoughts Of Oscar blog, there was some hope that finally the police would take action against the authors of the blog, namely Nigel Roberts as he was the ‘sole author’.
“This has come as no surprise. However, as a group, we are disappointed with the outcome.”
North Wales Police also said that concerns had been raised “regarding the ability of the force to deal with cases involving communications sent via social media”. That,s despite their new Cyber Crime unit, so what’s the point as spending huge sums of public money on a Cyber Crime unit that cannot fight Cyber crime?
A force spokesman said: “A senior detective from the Public Protection Department is reviewing the force’s approach to ensure we comply with national guidelines. Which clearly North Wales police in this case have not done.
“This review will be scrutinised by the Forces Independent Advisory Group, which is made up of members of the public who offer a view on the force’s approach to any particular issue.” Pull the other one.
Deputy Chief Constable Gareth Pritchard said: “The issues raised by Guto Bebb MP have been examined in detail and the complainants have been kept updated. Reluctantly!!
“It is important that North Wales Police are able to deal with such cases effectively, and we will ensure that we have the appropriate policies and procedures in place.” But in the case of David Nigel Roberts of Nigel Roberts Newsagents in Llandudno, he can continue to do as he please’s.