A Precedent has been set

Judge Jason Dunn – Shaw

Dunn-Shaw was sacked earlier this week after being discovered trolling online using a pseudonym.

I’m not sure whether the police were involved with the investigation into Dunn-Shaw, if they were, it shows that if a Police force is so inclined they can investigate a person in an elevated position with powerful friends, and lawfully prosecute him, if they so desire.

That aside the fact that this judge has been removed from office for internet trolling goes to show that the law can be administered without prejudice and impartially.

A lesson for the Chief  Constable for North Wales Police, Mark Polin and his officers that have so far refused to prosecute the internet trolls who were responsable for seven years of internet crimes against hundreds of people and local businesses, via they troll blog ‘Thoughts of Oscar’.

Namely the MP for Clwyd West David Ian Jones, retired Newsagent David ‘Nigel Roberts and solicitor Dylan Moore.

DS John Hanson of North Wales police concluded that homophobic hate comments, disgusting comments about disabled children, threats to shoot individuals and much much more harassing and distressful comments made by the fore mentioned did not cross the threshold to prosecute.

Judge Jason Dunn-Shaw using a pseudonym, just like Jones, Roberts and Moore did, called someone a donkey and another person a bigot and this was enough to remove him from office, so at the very least the conservative association if acting correctly and more importantly within the law should make the decision to deselect the MP for Clwyd West, David Ian Jones as he has not only been conclusively proven to have authored the troll blog ‘Thoughts of Oscar, but he was also caught trolling David Cameron when he was prime minister.


A letter to Jones’ constituency chair is on its way.