Having been otherwise occupied I was unable to start this story of woe at the time I had hoped, but as they say, ‘better late than never’.
Anyone familiar with this blog will know I have sought only the truth behind the authorship of the troll blog, ‘Thoughts of Oscar’ and the corrupt involvement of North Wales Police, so I will not bore you with repeated information, but having said that any new reader unfamiliar with this unpleasant affair will need some of the facts.
David Ian Jones MP.
Deputy Chief Constable Gareth Pritchard
Inspector Ian Verburg
Superintendent John Hanson.
Ex Chief Superintendent Simon Humphreys
These are the main seven characters involved with internet crimes, false arrests, stalking and a huge cover up of the truth.
There are other associated individuals who will all make an appearance in this unbelievable but true story.
One person currently in the news who is massively associated with David Jones is this unsavoury person.
For the moment I cannot write about this man and his involvement with Jones because of the Crown Court case currently being heard at Mold Crown Court.
Where it all began
David Jones and Nigel Roberts have been friends for over thirty years, they share common interests but none more so than internet trolling. Jones started his obsession with trolling back when we were all using ‘AOL’, his pseudonym then was Laertes@aol.com, as for Roberts, well he has had more pseudonym’s than meals at ‘San Carlo’s’, a regular meeting place for Jones and Roberts.
Jones is a Freemason and a member of Pilgrim Lodge 6958, Roberts also became a Freemason at the request of Jones.
You may be interested to know that all those associated with this story are all Freemasons, including Jones close friend ‘Gordon Anglesea’.
In 2007 David Jones, Nigel Roberts and Paul Roberts, Nigel’s late father came up with the idea of a blog, not a bad thing you might say as most blogs make good reading and are light hearted reflections on life, but the motivation for David Jones and Nigel Roberts was far from light hearted, they could see the usefulness of using an anonymous blog to attack whoever they chose, and so ‘Thoughts of Oscar’ was born, named after Nigel’s late dog, ‘Oscar’.
David Jones particular saw the usefulness of anonymity to attack his political opponents and politicians he just did not like, many of who are fellow Tory’s, such as Darren Millar, AM, and Guto Bebb MP, Jones was able to say exactly what he liked without fear of being exposed, Nigel Roberts would use his anonymity to attack friend and foe, he is in every sense, your stereo type internet troll.
Dylan Moore a long time business partner to David Jones came on board mainly to help Jones with research and legality’s, Jones would often contact Moore from Westminster, (where many MP’s spent most of their week), providing Moore with details for a potential post, which Moore would research, write up and pass to Roberts who would publish the post on the blog.
One brilliant example of this is as follows: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2105180/Eric-Joyce-Labour-MP-arrested-bar-brawl-inside-House-Commons.html
Eric Joyce MP assaulted a couple of Tory’s in a Commons bar, what was not known at the time was Guto Bebb’s presence during the fracas, Bebb had at the last minute changed his plans and met a colleague at the far end of the bar, neither the press or any of the squabbling MP’s were aware of Bebb’s presence and it was only a few days later that Bebb and Jones bumped into each other along a Westminster corridor, Jones asked Bebb if he had heard about the Eric Joyce incidence, Bebb replied he had and that he was there at the time, within half an hour that information was published on David Jones’ troll blog ‘Thoughts of Oscar’.
David Jones has had a close relationship with several serving North Wales Police officers all of who like him are fellow Freemasons, like, Gareth Prtichard, Simon Humphreys, Ian Verburg and John Hanson.
During this story I will present undeniable evidence of North Wales police involvement with the ‘Oscar’ blog and its authors.
North Wales Police.