Six Weeks In…..

Six Weeks ago today North Wales Police finally got their man…..

North Wales Police had been on the hunt for Windmill every since he attempted to expose the corruption in their ranks, cheeky git, how dare he?

Windmill the dastardly fellow, even had the blatant cheek to reveal the truth behind the authorship of the troll blog Thoughts Of Oscar.

Yes, as was always suspected by many, that cheeky bastard Windmill revealed just how complicit with that despicable troll blog,  MP for Clwyd West David Ian Jones had been, in addition Windmill revealed the definite involvement despite his continued public denials that Dylan Moore, a solicitor and partner at David Jones Solicitors in Llandudno, had had.

All this sort to rattle the cages of those untouchable corrupt police orificers hiding in the ranks of North Wales Police.

Orificers like Superintendent John Hanson & ex Chief Superintendent Simon Humphreys & the lying Inspector Ian Verburg, & 1854 Gary James, & 1555 Lisa Jones, the list goes on.

North Wales Police decided Windmill had gone to far when they discovered he had published this comment that had been sent into his blog:

The Blue Touchpaper19 September 2015 at 07:59
  • Even more to come. D Day is 1st. November,a massive start to Guy Fawkes celebrations.
    Bangers and Smash.

Lady’s and gentlemen, you have to agree with North Wales Police the publication of the above comment is a terrible crime, a crime that should be met with the highest form of punishment. 

How could somebody write such a dreadful thing let alone publish it.

Six weeks ago today North Wales Police swooped down on the property where Windmill resided,
five squad cars and nine orificers attended Windmills address.

They striped the house bare of electrical’s, concentrating on Windmills children’s belongings, especially those items belonging to Windmills disabled son, North Wales Police must suspect that this little boy and his siblings were all part of the publication of that dreadful, that terrible, that audacious, that evil above comment.

North Wales Police seized all personnel mail, passports, wage slips etc.
They did leave the CCTV alone and the children’s teddy bears.

North Wales Police put their finest officer on the case PC 2927 Carl Barlow, in the last six weeks Barlow has returned mobile phones belonging to Windmill & His wife, but the children’s items are still being held in custody.

Barlow boss stated in an email that these items were, I quote:
The property seized from you remains
subject of constant review by the officers looking at the case.
That comment from Chief Inspector Paul Joyce.

Constant review wow, this is serious…..Only to right as well, these children must be hiding something important to that comment Windmill published.

PC 2927 Barlow is consumed with this terribly complex case, so much so that he does not respond to emails from Windmill asking for updates, North Wales Police have never had such a complex crime to deal with.

Windmill is resigned to his fate, he realises that this comment he published:
The Blue Touchpaper19 September 2015 at 07:59
  • Even more to come. D Day is 1st. November,a massive start to Guy Fawkes celebrations.
    Bangers and Smash.
is terribly hurtful and begs the forgiveness of the Famous Five, who all complained that they felt threatened and harassed by its publication, Windmill suspects they must be on medication and be at their wits end, Windmill is glad that North Wales Police are looking after these people so well, after all they are completely innocent…..

Windmill asks himself, “if I had published the things that the Famous Five had published, (thats David Jones MP for Clwyd West, Nigel & Wendy Roberts, Dylan Moore & Ruby Williams) would North Wales Police look after me so well”?

Things like:    

  1. Parents of disabled children are selfish for bring them into this world & the children are nothing but a drain on society.
  2. Billy King (a local gay man) takes it up the ring.
  3. …… is a rapist.
  4. …… is a drug pusher.
  5. Windmill needs a cap up his arse (a reference to being shot or buggered)
  6. Mr ……….. of SU SU films young girls while they change into dresses in his shop, inferring he is a paedophile.
North Wales Police say all the above comments do not constitute a crime, are not threatening and come under the umbrella of ‘Freedom Of Speech’.

But North Wales Police say this comment published by me is threatening and has cause violent harassment:
The Blue Touchpaper19 September 2015 at 07:59
  • Even more to come. D Day is 1st. November,a massive start to Guy Fawkes celebrations.
    Bangers and Smash.
Windmill finds himself a little confused, he always thought that the comments published on the Thoughts of Oscar troll blog by the famous five were at the very least deplorable, but Windmill must be wrong.

North Wales Police say the comments published on the troll blog Thoughts of Oscar are quite Lawful. where as the comment published by Windmill is not.

North Wales Police must be right, after all they are the police and they would never act outside the law, would they?

1 thought on “Six Weeks In…..”

  1. In answer to the ultimate question, YES the Police would and DO act outside of the law. Just have a search of the Internet or read almost any magazine or newspaper and you wil find constant reports of Police corruption, brutality, false imprisonment, purjury, planting evidence, violence and many other cases of the misuse of Police powers. Here in North Wales it has become a Police State! Good honest Coppers are being corrupted by the Senior Ranks hell bent on numbers rather than proper crime detection and the proper punishment of offenders. Nick anyone and ask questions afterwards seems to be the norm.
    Who killed Cock Robin? I said the Sparrow!
    FUCK OFF said the Policeman we want someone bigger for this job to help the crime figures, or just for a giggle we will go and raid the toy cupboard of a little disabled child, or maybe three, that will be fun!
    Police …… Have a look at the Oath you swore, it is not too late to start abiding by its good intentions.

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