Blood on their hands

North Wales Police

They are a shambles, three constables attend a property that screams of help are heard coming from yet they obviously cared not to investigate properly, their actions quite probably, cost the life of this young woman. 

Three police officers will be investigated over their contact with a mother who went on to be murdered by her former partner.

Emma Baum, 22, was murdered last year by her former partner David Nicholas Davies.

Davies, 26, was jailed for life for her murder.

Davies, then of Penrhiw Terrace, Clynnog, was ordered to serve at least 22 years in prison for the “brutal and sustained” attack which killed Miss Baum.

Shortly after Miss Baum’s death it emerged that a member of the public had called North Wales Police hours before she was found dead in the back garden of a property in Penygroes.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) investigation looked at the police response to that call on the morning of July 18, 2016 and found that three officers have a case to answer.

Officers were sent to Ms Baum’s home on Llwyndu Road in Penygroes at 4am that day after neighbours rang 999 when they heard a woman screaming for help.

But when the officers visited the house they reported it was quiet and in darkness even though the mum was lying badly injured and covered in blood by her back door.

Nothing was done by police until her former partner Davies, 25, returned to her house after 10am and pretended he had “found” her badly injured in the back garden.

During that time, their two-year-old son had been alone in the house for some six hours, the Daily Post reports.

It also examined contact police had concerning Miss Baum on three previous occasions, all believed to be related to domestic disputes.

In a statement, the IPCC said: “In the investigator’s opinion, two officers have a case to answer for misconduct for allegedly failing to respond appropriately to concerns which Miss Baum’s mother stated she raised with them directly on the morning of July 17, 2016.

“One officer has a case to answer for misconduct for allegedly failing to comply with the force’s domestic violence guidance.”

The misconduct meetings are due to take place this month.

The IPCC investigation concluded in July 2017 and North Wales Police has agreed with the investigator’s opinion the three officers have a case to answer for misconduct.

When David Jones MP and his Freemason colleagues complain to the Chief Constable of North Wales Police Mark Polin, who is also a Freemason, that they feel harassed because of the following comment on my blog,

The Blue Touchpaper19 September 2015 at 07:59
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    Bangers and Smash.

they send nine constables to arrest my wife, myself and raid our home, when a young woman is viciously beaten and screams are reported coming from her home, North wales Police send in three officers that do not even attempt to properly investigate an address that hours later becomes a murder scene.

North Wales Police, committed to a safer North wales, but only if you are a Freemason, a bent MP, in the case of David Jones and a police informant, in the case of Nigel Roberts, the rest of us can go to hell.