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Hi. Thank you for your question. My name is ***** ***** I will try to help with this.
On what basis?
You seem to have been convicted or pleaded?
If so, what is the wrongful act?
on the part of the police?
Can you respond?
The wrongful act was on the part of the police. I am willing to respond. The Gwynedd police have inflicted grievous bodily harm on me, and faked a trial which took place on 20th September 2010 at the criminal justice centre in Caernarvon. It was relating to a public order offence (section 4, words, behaviour) during a so called on going police incident, which turned out to be a pretence, a set-up. What action can I take against police criminals.
OK. It was me who faked it at the trial. I declined a solicitor because I thought it would be nothing and that the judge would let me off because I insulted the police while under torture with a lot of arm wrenching and cuffs clamped over my hands instead of my wrists. Also, I did not expect a uniformed policewoman to be in court. The very sight of them is extremely repulsive to me. So I just had to fake it, i.e not even try properly.
Did they supply false evidence? They used the present participle in all their statements. Nothing was specific and the truth completely blurred.
The truth is I was trying to get out of the way of the police.
Was I convicted? Obviously. But the judge was also unaware that Catherine Hughs had harassed me several times over the course of a year or more, and continued to do so after I had completed the community service, and payed the 250 pounds costs. The judge obviously sees a policewoman as someone completely above the law and cannot do wrong. In fact, the women police are much more likely do get emotional and personal and therefore have no business in the police force.