Friday, 26 May 2017

Stalking charges dropped against Anglesey blogger

Stalking charges dropped against Anglesey blogger
The CPS have announced they will not pursue charges against Darren Laverty
The charges against Darren Laverty have been dropped

Two charges of stalking against an Anglesey man have been dropped by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS). Darren Laverty had been due to go on trial next month, accused of online stalking.
But in a statement the CPS said there was "no longer a realistic prospect of conviction" and the charges against the father-of-three were to be dropped.
A statement from the CPS said: “Following a review of additional evidence received from the police, we have concluded that there is no longer a realistic prospect of conviction, and will not be pursuing the case.

“The court and the parties involved have been informed."

Friday, 21 April 2017

10 green bottles

"Darren" Charged with Malicious Communications

Exaro News poster boy "Darren" has been charged with Mal Comms. 

"Child sex abuse 'fantasist' is charged over hoax claims he was kidnapped and held at gunpoint"

A source said Darren had telephoned police on a number of occasions, claiming he had been kidnapped; attacked by gunmen; ambushed by an armed gang; and also shot at.

A friend of DCI Settle, an experienced detective who had warned against the 'baseless witch hunt' of VIPs such as Lord Brittan, told The Telegraph: “It is disgraceful that Paul Settle is under investigation by the IPCC when the police themselves have charged Darren with effectively being a fantasist for making hoax calls. It is utter madness.”

Harvey Proctor, a former Conservative MP whose life was destroyed after being falsely accused of being a member of the VIP paedophile gang, said: “It is utterly preposterous that Paul Settle is investigated over claims made by the man who has now been charged with being a fantasist.”

Darren had told detectives that he had been present at two possible murders – one of a 15-year-old girl at a flat in Dolphin Square used by senior politicians close to the Palace of Westminster and of a man with Down’s syndrome killed on a private estate in Suffolk with links to the Establishment.

He also alleged the man with Down’s syndrome was tortured to death on the estate when he was tied to two cars. “Both vehicles then slowly reversed and I heard a scream. I think he must have passed out because he made no more sound,” Darren told a now discredited news website Exaro in February 2015. His claims led to six people being interviewed by police under caution.

A Telegraph investigation in September 2015 showed how Darren was a deeply troubled witness, who had been jailed for two years in the 1990s for making hoax bomb calls and threats to neighbours. A judge accused him of telling “some pretty whopping lies” while Darren also falsely confessed to the murder of a prostitute in the midst of a high profile police manhunt.

Darren had a troubled youth and had been in foster care for about six months when he was abused by his foster carer. He subsequently won a claim for Government compensation as a victim of crime.

The abuse sparked a bout of heavy drinking that led to him calling police and confessing to crimes he did not commit including the murder of a prostitute in what was seen at the time as a possible 'cry for help’.

Darren’s now discredited allegations about the VIP paedophile gang helped to bolster claims by another apparent fantasist, who can be identified only as Nick, who claimed he had witnessed three other murders.

Friday, 14 April 2017

Operation Con-----if-----er...

Quite astonishing this investigation is continuing despite all the evidence suggesting it's an absolute load of rubbish. The police seem to think if they spend long enough trawling the ocean of lies they'll eventually catch a some truth. They won't. They can't catch what's not there.

Two people arrested following child abuse allegations against former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath have been released, Wiltshire Police has said.
"The two unnamed suspects, the only ones to have been arrested, were also told they face no further action. Operation Conifer has been examining the claims since appealing for alleged victims to come forward in summer 2015. The former Conservative prime minister died at his home in Salisbury in July 2005, aged 89.

Operation Conifer was set up after the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) began to investigate alleged historical corruption. Information from a retired officer sparked concerns that Wiltshire Police had deliberately caused a criminal prosecution against a suspected brothel keeper to fail in 1994. But last year the IPCC said it had found no evidence the case was dropped because she had threatened to make allegations against Sir Edward. In December, Wiltshire Police Chief Constable Mike Veale wrote a public letter to "set the record straight" about the investigation.
Mr Veale said the probe was "complex and multi-stranded" and was "not a fishing trip or witch-hunt".
He stressed he took his responsibilities of operational independence "very seriously" and said he would not be "buckling under pressure not to investigate or to conclude the investigation prematurely".
For the real truth about this operation listen to Dr Rachel Hoskins a fellow criminologist.
Here go to 2hrs.32min.30sec

Saturday, 1 April 2017

Proctor sues "Nick"


Can of worms?
Pandora's Box?

"He could also be interrogated in public about his dealings with detectives and a rogue ‘investigations’ website, Exaro, which peddled his claims about a murderous Westminster paedophile ring. Exaro has now closed".

Sunday, 5 March 2017

Media for hire

Dear Daily Post (north Wales version)
Just a quick note to express the disgust at your attempts to promote the truly sick and unnecessary book, namely "My Stretch in Altcourse Prison" written by Chris Kinealy.

I'm not going to link your pathetic fable to the good people of Holyhead and Anglesey but will instead offer an alternative version.

It's been long established that you have an ever decreasing readership. The rationale behind this decrease in readership should, I hope, become apparent herewith.

The Headline "Sick 'Vampire killer' Mathew Hardman's 'pride' at being behind bars" (5th March 2017) ( The real story ) is beyond contempt. The reams of words that follow cannot be described as a story, but for conveniences sake we'll use the word "story" as a description here. I'm not attaching any blame to any individual author of the story because experience tells me he's just the monkey and not the organ grinder. However, should Gareth wish to reply to this post he's free to do so. Furthermore, as this page isn't controlled by the-powers- that- be then what I allow on here is up to me. Not an objective stance but hey ho, when was the last time the DP allowed anyone to change their version of events?

The "story" that follows the headline is a rehash of previous articles that have appeared in your rag. Not one single new piece of evidence is contained within the promotional pile of garbage that you've published. Not one ounce of consideration has been offered to any of the families that were and still are affected by this brutal act of violence. This includes the small close knit community of Llanfair PG who've attempted to move on and forget it.

There's a whole new generation of youngsters that had no idea of the historical events that shook and scared their parents and grandparents to the extent of locking their bedroom doors at night. People were to frightened to leave their houses. Llanfair PG is a small village with the a majority of the population being pensioners. God only knows how they'll feel about your resurrection of memories of this horrific murder. Hold your head in shame for that alone.

Back to the author of the book you're promoting. You write "Chris Kinealy spent the best part of a year working with Hardman" and "according to Mr Kinealy, who spoke to Hardman over 80 times during twice weekly consultations, he never once admitted his guilt". Given that there's 8760 hours in a year, how can he describe these appointments as "the best part of a year"? Maybe your author has used a little creative writing, as they do. Further on you write "but behind the apparently affable exterior, Mr Kinealy was in no doubt that he was sitting face to face with a killer" and "having spent so much time with him, I’m convinced he was a paranoid schizophrenic". Pathetic and headline grabbing rubbish.

I could go on and quote more but I don't think it's necessary for readers here. I'm sure readers know only too well that the whole "story" is a bucket of tripe intended to sell this book. Oh and lets not exclude the promotion of his other book with the additional "and his other title, called The Book They Tried to Ban" which is hidden in the sub text. Last but not least is your link to Amazon where the book is for sale. What a low punch for those affected by this saga. 

Personal point: Chris Kinealy's employment history of 38 years in this field years hasn't gone without criticism. I'll offer up just a couple of examples below. It refers to the murder of an inmate at HMP Feltham-

"But in the view of psychiatrist Professor John Gunn, a special adviser to the inquiry, this assessment was incorrect and Stewart's condition while possibly incurable and difficult to treat was not untreatable. Prof Gunn, former chairman of the faculty of forensic psychiatry at the Royal College of Psychiatrists, said that while it would be easy to criticise Mr Kinealy, the nurse was actually expressing the accepted psychiatric view of the time that "long-term behavioural problems equals personality disorder equals untreatability equals NHS rejection".from here

and this from Sue Howarth a psychiatric nurse who chose to comment on your "story"

It is expressly forbidden to discuss, publish or name anyone you work with. I have no idea how Chris Kinealy has been able to publish a book with specific names, dates and places, it certainly breaks the law. 
It would be prudent of the Daily Post to take this article down. here

Kinealy's statement to the inquiry can be found here

Sunday, 14 August 2016