Proven Criminal Conduct by Police Inspectors, Howard Davies, Andrew Rice, Steve Parry, Greaves, Nicholas Kihlberg, Collin Jones, Griffiths, Trigg, Jenner, Roe, Hill, Merrett and many others
For ‘Dolmans’ please read as ‘Chief Constable’ and for ’Chief Constable’ please read as ‘Dolmans’
LIST OF INCIDENTS in first 33 of around 100
- Dolmans, solicitors, admit that HM Crown Prosecution Service, Stan Sofa, was ‘fully aware of his position should the Claimant, in these proceedings (Action 2 claim 5), find him in time to serve a witness summons for his evidence of ‘what really goes on in our courts’.
- Dolmans, at the Claimant’s March 2013 damages claim, withheld the names of at least two other police officers that had rushed to Barry magistrates’ courts, on 1st June 1998, with a Sergeant Andrew Rice after the prosecutor had been arrested for deliberately withholding the correct identity of the driver of the Claimant’s practice vehicle.
- Andrew Rice produced a Dolman’s prepared 21st January 2009 witness statement and sworn before His Honour Judge Seys Llewellyn QC as having been true to the ‘best of his belief’.
- Paragraphs 6/7 of Mr Rice’s statement (see p5) state he denies any knowledge of incident when the clerk of the court, Miss J A Caress, with all the others in the building, must have heard the sirens of two police cars arriving with Mr Rice as officer in charge.
NB Inspector Rice was the Barry custody officer in charge of altering the earlier ‘Breach of the Peace’ arrest records, re Vale of the Glamorgan Show at Barry police station.
The Claimant had been, on the day, the Honorary Veterinary Surgeon for the show.
All three hurriedly drafted cock-eyed versions, before HM Prosecutor and clerk of the court, were deliberately withheld from the three Justices of the Peace) while keeping Inspector Rice well out of it.
The Claimant’s secretary, for 8 years, Commanding Officer for Wales Royal Air Force Cadets, has typed at least a 100 arch-ever files and disappeared into France, in retirement and recuperation to be unable to be found, in time, to give at least a week of extra evidence in the trial, including what she witnessed in the Barry and Cardiff courts as case after collapsed as if skittle pins had been hit, right on target, by a ‘Zummerzet skittle ball’).
In the collapsed ‘dangerous driving’ allegation (Action 2 claim 12) the Claimant had instructed Diane to even follow police officers (eg WPC Rewbridge) into the public lavatories of Cardiff Crown Court to ensure no more conspiring occurred for the next waiting witness after the previous witness had given evidence and was released.
His Honour Judge Nicholas Cooke QC, who had the Claimant’s daughter in tears, whilst reminding her, sitting in the public gallery, of the 15 year mandatory prison term he father was facing if he did not now divulge his defences, over the ‘machine -gun’ conspiracy,to a pro-bono defence barrister mysteriously suddenly available.
The same judge had stopped this August 2000 ‘dangerous driving’ trial as the jury had just caught a Barry police inspector (name forgotten’ but in transcript), sitting in the well of the court,signalling to respective prosecuting police officers as they were being cross examined, Their jury note, just as in the 4th May 2012 first of three ‘breach of a restraining order’ trials, had been purloined from the court’s cellars, many years later and can be viewed on the downloads of his dedicated to SWP bullying, http://www.kirkflyingvet.com.
- The explicit orders from senior police management had been to secure the HM Crown Prosecution file from Mr Sofa just as he or Inspector Hill had done, in the court room, following yet another collapsed trial (Action 1 claim 2) when snatching the CPS file from a totally bemused, Mr Mundy from Scotland Yard’s anti-terrorism unit, following perjury having been committed by a Detective Constable Murphy of Cardiff airport.
- The then Chief Constable, Ms Barbara Wilding, by 21st January 2009, had already failed to comply to His Honour Judge Nicholas Chambers QC court order for all disclosure available had been done. She therefore had to hand in her notice to leave it for Inspector Griffiths.
- Her six-week late affidavit was only signed after the Claimant had to visit Dolmans and thump his fist on their table but still avoided many of the forty odd incidents cited.
- Within 48 hours the Claimant’ family house was surrounded by armed police officers with their helicopter hovering overhead to arrest the Claimant for ‘trading in machine guns’.
- She had also concocted, ‘being in possession of prohibited ammunition’, ‘proceeds of crime’ with Dolman’s very own criminal allegation, thrown in, that of, ‘threats to do criminal damage’ carrying, in all, a mandatory minimum prison sentence exceeding fifteen years.
- Then the Chief Constable arranged with her chief forensic psychiatrist, Dr Tegwyn Mel Williams, to have the Claimant sectioned under the 1983 Mental Act on fabricated evidence to still further delay this case.
Sample of Criminal Cases Review Commission documents held (before they were switched) by arrested Crown Prosecutor, David Gareth Evans to obtain Claimant’s harassment conviction for a restraining order never ever served but later fabricated to obtain 3 years imprisonment of the victim’d police incessant bullying (Appellant to RCJ)
NOW CCRC refuse to even release following court exhibit when South Wales Police CPS switched WANTED poster and clerk of courts notes of evidence prove it.
What does one do when the conspiracy includes a few right in the heart of the Welsh judiciary seeking autonomy.
CCRC refuse to release following South Wales Police CPS switched WANTED poster and now face a Judicial review application in the next few days.
- Inspector Rice had also denied, on oath, knowledge of a Christopher Paul Ebbs/Alexander, identified in the court room and their meeting at Aust Ferry Services with a CAA representative and Bristol Crown prosecutor to discuss ongoing criminal proceedings destined for the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons disciplinary proceedings in London.
- Mr Ebbs/Alexander also gave evidence, on oath, during the 2013 civil damages trial.
- Dolmans also withheld Fairwater Police Station custody records of Mrs J Griffiths’ account of having promised an unexpurgated 29th May 1999 transcript/copy tape, of the Guernsey police with a warrant out for his arrest, ‘being in possession of ‘garrotte’ type instruments’, ‘having stolen a BMW motor bike’, his own from right outside his Cardiff veterinary surgery and being, ‘unable to be identified’.
- Senior police management have since redacted that interview transcript leaving the remainder, before His Honour Judge Seys Llewellyn QC, to be interpreted quite differently.
- Dolmans also withhold CAA/NATS and ATC Gloucester aerodrome records of their respective investigations following two private flights of the Claimant’s British registered aircraft, G-KIRK and G-ARSW on 4th July 1999 (Action2claim2) and in Feb 1996 (Action2Claim 8.6) when allegedly smuggling pigs out of Southern Ireland and/or flying P1 without a valid licence.
- G-KIRK occupants had a dangerous encounter following an entirely unnecessary police HQ launched police helicopter launch, full of officers as ‘observers’, to establish whether the Claimant was the pilot. A mere call to his mobile phone, a radio message over the aircraft’s sophisticated trans world communications system, to the pilot in command, should of sufficed if the four-minute drive to his airfield from the police station was impossible
- Dolmans is also in the possession of other withheld police records including detail on Inspector Nicholas Kihlberg having given false evidence at Barry magistrates that caused a charming locum prosecutor, fortunately, to have to draft, mid trial, an alternative summons.
- This Claimant was expected to then alter his plea to that of ‘guilty’ to one of ‘obstructing a police officer’ instead of the charge he was currently facing, ‘failing to supply a specimen of breath,’ so it could be withdrawn.
- Inspector Kihlberg later committed perjury before the 2002 Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons disciplinary proceedings in order to support his January 2001 South Wales Police Inspector Collins request that the Claimant’s name be removed from the veterinary register
- Inspector Kihlberg, on 1st December 2000, informed the Cardiff custody officer that the Claimant’s breath smelt of intoxicants but when the definitive breath test was then carried out both readings registered zero. It then took almost three weeks before the Inspector arrived, unexpectedly, at the Claimant’s veterinary hospital, to inform him that he was being reported for ‘failing to produce a specimen of breath’.
- This was to make it look as if he had over looked the fact at midnight, on the day of the incident, while he hid his victim’s practice vehicle for six weeks, unlocked with Immobilon and other dangerous drugs, on some private garage open forecourt. It was only by a police officer/client tipping him off that the vehicle was eventually found.
Extract from fairwater police station recording Inspector Kihlberg’s reason of arrest.
Result of subsequent definitive breath test.
- Dolmans was also withholding a 27th November 1999 PC Wood’s vehicle rectification certificate (see Action 2 claim 10) re substantive hearing requiring ninety-nine witnesses. It was written out just minutes before the Claimant’s third police ‘stop’, that day, leading to a stand-up row between the two traffic officers with one hell bent on obtaining a ‘specimen of breath’ before the Claimant could drive away. The officer in charge flatly refused but it warned the Claimant they would be waiting in some lay by as he entered Barry for bed.
- That did not stop the irrate officer radioing on ahead for other patrolling officers to stop the Claimant on any pretext. Within minutes he was stopped yet again on the completely erroneous excuse that the Claimant’s car was seen ‘weaving’ whist over-taking another!
- “There was a strong smell of intoxicants”, the Claimant recalls the officer saying, years later, just like the other Kihlbergs of this world have the habit in saying.
16 02 18 Inspectors Steve Parry Twigg The two police officers ignoring witness summonsesas the first made up the idea of ‘all vets smell of intoxicants’ and the latter was the officer no one could find to ‘identify’ so he was sent to prison until he was.
Veterinary cars do not generally ‘smell of intoxicants’ and cannot not be mistaken with routine antiseptic/disinfectants used unless the police officer has some other agenda.
- Chief Inspector Jenner and Inspector Roe
- It is inevitable that Mr Kirk should have deep suspicion of the motives and involvement of the police in this incident. In addition the fact of formulation by Mr Roe of the charges in relation to unlawful eviction is of profound concern, but I am unable to find in favour of the claim brought, which is for wrongful arrest.
- It requires overarching evaluation upon all the evidence in the case whether this is evidence of a police vendetta or conspiracy against Mr Kirk, or rather the product of Mr Roe’s individual actions alone; but on the direct evidence the latter is far more likely since the police intervention was reactive to an incident where the tenant complained to them of eviction and damage to goods.
Annex. Evidence of Robert Roe Nelson. Re-called Monday 29 April 2013
Judge: Just help me if you would Mr Roe. On the last occasion when you were giving evidence, of course I have the Witness Statement that you made for the purposes of these proceedings, and amongst other things you said “I advised Mr Gafael and Miss Jenner not to attempt to re-enter the premises” and in your Witness Statement, “I categorically deny that I was involved or had knowledge of any police officer gaining access to the flat”. You were specifically asked about Mr Gafael’s statement where he said “later that afternoon following a conversation with Sergeant Roe, he and myself gained entry to the flat and I replaced (?) etc.” and you told me “I went with Mr Gafael and his girlfriend. There was a roller shutter door. We couldn’t get in as I recall. I can say for certain I would not have gained entry. I recollect going to the flat, the roller shutter door was down. I can only recollect going on the one occasion” which is where you were being specifically asked “Well, Mr Gafael says later that afternoon you went back with him, and into the flat” and of course having looked at your statement of the time, you’ve told me that, Yes you did.
Roe: Yes, I agree Sir, that I couldn’t recollect it at the time, that I’d gone back there, but after this period of time, times have merged somewhat and uh …. I didn’t recollect it at the time going back, but I have to agree that I must have returned there. I said it in my Statement and if I’ve said it in my Statement that would have matched up with my pocket book and everything else which I don’t have access to now.
Judge: Help me with this because it may be said at the end of this case, well Goodness! if there’s ever an incident even in busy Ely which you would recall it’s one which involves the daughter of a police inspector and one for that matter where a somewhat unusual charge was placed, so it may be said if you’d ever remember something, you’d remember this one.
Roe: You tend to recollect highlights not lowlights, uhh I… it’s a very unusual charge. I must admit I don’t recollect it. I can only go on my recollection at the time and I just didn’t recollect it at all but I’m not disputing that I went over to Fairw, uhh Barry Police Station and ….
Judge: You also told me, and today, about the process and once you have the file what you do with it and you said “I sent the file in and the report goes to them, it’s for my superiors, it’s they who would send to the Local Authority or the CPS”
Roe: That’s correct Sir.
Judge: And I think somebody will be saying at the end of the case, your Statement prepared by Solicitors says on a number of occasions that you would have submitted the report to the Local Authority. Now I will just read it out so you can hear the words “Whilst I have no specific recollection I would have subsequently prepared in submitting a report to the Local Authority. I’m likely to have placed a copy of the Statement of Mr Gafael and any Statement I obtained from Miss Jenner with my report to the Local Authority” and over to paragraph 18 “after submitting a report to the Local Authority I cannot recall having any further dealings with Mr Gafael, Miss Jenner or Mr Kirk about this incident”, which looks rather different.
Roe: It looks rather different. I think it’s a bit of possibly police terminology because everything is submitted through the chain of command and if whoever is in charge of that area makes the decision if it is forwarded on. I forwarded on to the Local Authority but the Superintendent may so no, we’re not doing this, or I think this should go in this direction instead. It’s his decision that carries the weight at the end of the day and all decisions of this nature and most others and it’s just the terminology “I submitted the report to the Local Authority” but it would have been through the normal chain of command.
Judge: Yes. Also we know that a charge was prepared and made in respect of the protection against conviction and you’ve already been asked the question as to [it being (?)] pretty much out of the ordinary, you told me, absolutely out of the ordinary
Roe: Oh Yes.
Judge: And, you told me that Mr Kirk was interviewed, because we’ve established it was at Barry Police Station and on the date of the interview 3rd July 1995 that that charge is put. And, when you were asked about that on the last occasion when you gave evidence before me, I think you may remember, Mr Kirk said “Did it surprise you that I was arrested for that?” and your answer was “You wouldn’t have been. As soon as it hit the custody officer he would have said that is not an arrest able offence and it’s a matter for the Local Authority”.
Judge: Whereas it did go to interview and charge, which was out of the ordinary for you. Now I have to look forward to what may be said on either side at the end of the case about this, and it may be said, it is really rather difficult to make a mistake like that, if something so out of the usual was pursued in respect of this absolutely by way of a charge. Can you tell me more?
Roe: Yeah, the charge that we were more concerned with was the allegation of criminal damage and uh well originally theft, but uh, that wasn’t to be held at all, the theft, the criminal damage was uh if uh, was the charge that was put. The other charges were ones the Local Authority must have recommended and there must have been some other because that’s a most unusual charge that he didn’t tell us. Now unfortunately the answers may have lay in the tapes of the interview of why that was there to answer the missing question of who is the owner of the property. Um, there are, it is unusual but uh, I must say I couldn’t remember it at all.
Judge: Yes and I think I’ll ask my own questions to you. You’ve been reminded very recently indeed that in your Statement to Dolmans which you checked and signed as being the correct record of your evidence, you said very clearly “I have no recollection of arresting Mr Kirk in relation to this incident it would be most unlikely. I believe that it is unlikely that Mr Kirk was arrested in relation to this incident” and of course we know that he was.
Judge: The arrangements were made to go over from your own station to Barry, that you interviewed him in connection with, what looks like PC Roche, in respect of, we’ve touched on this before, criminal damage which may have been a pretty straight forward matter and ending up with the charge which was the most unusual matter
Roe: Yes, yes
Judge: And so the question is how can you forget that?
Roe: Well how the mind works I don’t know Sir. All I can say is I can’t recollect these charges and the subsequent events from this case because basically, it’s not like an accident where you see drama enacting in a really serious way in front of you and it sticks in the mind. This was a thing which sort of ploughed its way on and uh, it uh, there was nothing untowardly dramatic about it, and it just didn’t stick in my mind after a while.
Roe: I, I can’t give any other reason
It was of no surprise to the Claimant, during the 2013 civil hearing, that those that had lied the most had been promoted to Inspector or more and reminding him that promotion to that level of rank in the South Wales Police Service usually required membership of their area secret society that includes devil worship.
The list is to be continued on or before ‘fresh evidence’ is induced at 15th April 2016 12.30 am Cardiff Civil Justice Centre estimated three hour hearing.
Maurice J Kirk BVSc (Claimant)
Copies to RCVS/RCJ/County Court/Dolmans/IPCC