TWO of the LLANGUNNOR SIX in CARDIFF COURT: What do they Have in Common?@swpolice @dyfedpowys @gwentpolice


I was also present at the meeting in Carmarthen in 2006. I listened to a catalogue of the wrongs suffered by victims of injustice – none of whom have seen either closure of their cases, or the reparation of injustices suffered at the hands of officialdom.

Victims Unite!

Dafydd Morgan, business man of Aberystwyth, has come to Cardiff to witness Maurice Kirk, the Flying Vet in court once again, as he continues to get justice for the long standing harassment he suffered from South Wales Police. They first met when Maurice was in the public meeting in Carmarthen’s Rugby Club in May 2006, where other victims of white collar crimes joined Stand Your Ground[1] to speak with MP Adam Price.

Mr Morgan recently published a record of this and similar meetings in a report he produced for Thames Valley Police. They had to deal with the HBOS scandal in Reading, involving millions of losses due to bank fraud, but did not feel sufficiently competent. His report therefore paints the bigger picture, based on his experiences with Dyfed Powys Police, and concerns the Failure of the Public Sector to deal with White Collar Crimes, Money…

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