From Ian Watkins to Elizabeth Jones.

Turning the spotlight now on South Wales Police. Chief Superintendent Jonathan Edwards does not seem to know who he is – one types “Dr” Edwards into Google and nothing happens. To place post-nominal letters prominently is a sign of insecurity, after all I am not Goggzilla B.A (Hons), Dip.Ed, M.Litt outside of academia. Without digressing further, let us look at false rape allegations (one specifically) and how the police industry works.

Take a family named “Jones” and an allegation by a young girl that one of her relatives raped her. Take evidence that she set up a fake Facebook page. Take the fact that plod do not care about justice or truth, merely an easy collar. Now then, Miss “Jones” states her relative raped her – the South Wales Police already have a name.

As with Stefan Kiszko all they need is a confession, co-ersed or not. What if the accused is innocent? Then, the machine marches on. Can it go to the CPS? If after weighing up the probability of a conviction and the veracity of the allegation the police think they are onto a winner the defendant then faces a long jail term.

Inconvenient facts are ignored and the fitting up, framing, begins. Britain seem to lead the world in the police getting it wrong.

Linzi Attridge

Emma Blunden (2)

Leanne Black (5)

Emma Saxon (2)

Shannon Tay;or, Rosie Dodd, Chloe Fox, Gaynor Cooke. In top position, Elizabeth Jones (Hampshire) with 11 (eleven) false rape allegations. It seems Hampshire Police only bother when it goes to double figures. Not forgetting Kerry Saunders and Jennifer Day whom the scum of Essex Police permitted to get away with malicious rape accusations.

If anyone has any details on false and malicious allegations of rape in the South Wales Police area or elsewhere, then kindly let me know.

About Ciaran Goggins

Defeated UK at ECHR over innocent folks DNA sample retention, spokesman in Justice for Ched Evans campaign, now researching who really murdered Daniel Morgan in 1987, also the Stephen Lawrence and Lord Lucan cold cases.
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