C I Jones points out that the custody Sargent informed me why I had been arrested, he informed me correctly that I had been arrested for allegedly violently harassing Nigel and Wendy Roberts in the street, but the custody Sargent has no clue as to my second arrest for the alleged electoral offence, he intimates that I had told lies over the internet about David Jones MP, (I had not), he had no knowledge of the law under which I had been arrested, not really his fault because none of the other officers had a clue either, in fact the only person who was conversant with the law in question was David Jones himself.
Yet more proof of Jones’ influence with regards to my arrests.
Just a reminder to the reader, Jones had told Guto Bebb he intended to cause as much harm to my family and I as possible, this statement was made by Jones because I had revealed his authorship of the troll blog ‘Thoughts of Oscar’, by covertly recording conversations with him and Dylan Moore, then published the recordings on the internet, something that sent Jones into a fit of rage, a rage that resulted in him making threatening calls about my wife and I, to Guto Bebbs office and like a typical coward he is alleged to have gone on to walloped his wife, who shortly after was seen property hunting in Rhos-On-Sea, after I am reliably told she threatened to leave him, but like all cowards Jones assured her it wouldn’t happen again.
Could you imagine the effect on Jones if that got into the press?
Sargent Jones states the arrests were pre-planned therefore the Officers were well prepared.
As the reader will see shortly the first arrest was pre-planned for the 06-05-2015, but after a late intervention by David Jones MP to the deputy Cheif constable Gareth Pritchard and Superintendent John Hanson and with the consent of the Cheif Constable for North Wales Police, Mark Polin, the first arrest and the newly fabricated allegation by Jones accusing me of an electoral offence was brought forward a day.
The officers were totally unprepared, that was all to clear by their responses to my arrests.
Why would they do that? This report goes on to state that Jones was concerned I had committed an offence that could effect his chances of re-election in the forth coming general election, as the election was only four days away Jones wanted me silenced and locked up, North Wales Police tried to oblige him.
They mistook me for a fool.
1, Did they hope that I was that weak that I would roll over and admit that the absurd allegations made against me were true? Not a hope, i’m a born fighter and the truth will always out, sometimes it takes a while.
2, Did they think that by having me interviewed by the wanna be Rumpole of the Bailey PC 1854 Gary James, an officer chosen for his ‘experience’, was going to scare me into submission? not a hope James is a bloody idiot with all the interviewing skills of a NAT.
I find it amusing that Sargent Jones ‘could not find the offence wording on the record management system’, it was not there because its so obscure, as I have said David Jones MP was the only person involve d in all this that had knowledge of this law section 106 of, http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1983/2
False statements as to candidates
Section 106 makes it illegal for any person to publish any false statement of fact in relation to the candidate’s personal character or conduct, unless he or she can show that he had reasonable grounds for believing that statement to be true. Similar provisions in previous laws have made this illegal since 1895. It is also illegal to publish a false statement of a candidate’s withdrawal from an election.
In September 2007 Miranda Grell was found guilty under this section when she made allegations of paedophilia and having sex with teenage boys against her gay opponent during the United Kingdom local elections, 2006.
In November 2010, Labour MP Phil Woolas was found by an electoral court to have breached section 106. The judges ruled that a by-election for the seat should be held. Woolas said that he would apply for a judicial review into the ruling. In a statement released through his lawyer, Woolas stated that “this election petition raised fundamental issues about the freedom to question and criticise politicians” and that it “will inevitably chill political speech”. The judicial review failed to overturn the ruling of the election court.
In June 2015 the independent candidate in Mid Bedfordshire, Tim Ireland, lodged an appeal against the result at the general election, accusing Nadine Dorries of breaches of section 106 by making false statements about his character. The petition was rejected by the High Court of Justice because it was served at Dorries’ constituency office and not her home address.
If we take a look at the only prosecutions brought under this act you can easily see my arrest at the very least was over proportionate, another example of David Jones influence with high ranking Freemason affiliated Police Officers in North Wales Police.
Look at the wording of paragraph one.
Section 106 makes it illegal for any person to publish any false statement of fact in relation to the candidate’s personal character or conduct, unless he or she can show that he had reasonable grounds for believing that statement to be true.
This is the post I published which Jones feared would affect his chances of re-election:
Now to break it down into sections.