On 24th June 2020 Detective Chief Inspector Stuart Mackenzie of the South Wales Police was dragged out of an early lucrative retirement, the reward for what the local Taffia had told him to do, have me arrested in the hope of my receiving a 10 year prison term.
Mackenzie was to sign yet another one of Adrian Oliver’s concocted witness statements. Oliver of Dolmans , solicitors, Cardiff, had drafted a retrospective account of Operations ‘Chalice’ and ‘Dandelion’ in 2009 to have me ‘lawfully shot’. If that had failed the back-up police cars, also surrounding our home in St Donats, were also waiting, up the lane, with a Vale of Glamorgan social services team to take our then 10 year old daughter, Genevieve, to be taken into ‘care’. Why? Because the clandestine MAPPA level 3 category 3 meeting three weeks earlier in Barry police station had registered me amongst the top 5% most dangerous in the UK!
Oliver had already fabricated an oh so similar witness statement for the then Chief Constable, in February 2009, for Ms Barbara Wilding to sign as a sworn truthful affidavit. This criminal act of deliberate non disclosure of evidence sparked an early retirement, also, to protect her pension despite the blatant deceit in having me gaoled so many times only to be latter acquitted. This is why, of course, these now 20 police files have taken 11 years to reach the surface despite a string of failed court orders.
Detective Superintendent Stuart Mackenzie Retrospective Statement 24th June 12020
They had all lied by putting together Wilding’s 25th February 2009 sworn affidavit, as these 20 odd files of sensitive police material so portray but, of course, taking the lid off the ‘can of worms’ in their ‘Trading in machine guns’ conspiracy, trial T20097445, when no defence needed to be tendered for an obviously predicted acquittal.
A Helpful Chronology for New Readers
The ‘Elephant in the Room’, no one was to mention, of course, was because their chief constable was, at the time, defending the now notorious BS614159 plus 2 civil damages claims following police having lost 40 odd malicious criminal prosecutions. My resultant civil damages claim required as many as 300 witnesses with 100 of which being police officers, serving and retired.
I will relish doing a second statement on how the culture of South Wales Police compels otherwise good officers to do obvious wrong on this occasion Officers are called off normal duties to answer a “Get Kirk” fatwa. Tis corrupting cultire at SWp puits the public at risk and officers more senior than McKenzie would be involved:-
The jury did not see these police at all believable or credible and here is spelling out each detail of why………
· Critical – Who appointed McKenzie as SIO?
· What was McKenzie actually to do because why such attention over a matter (couple of old cartridges with a dummy gun that if it could fire a single shot was too dangerous to actually use) is so simple a local constable could deal with by asking MK in for a chat and asking – ‘Where is this gun Sir?’
· Why does McKenzie say the policy decision of 29 May 2009 included ‘MK visiting HQ to arrest CC’ when that happened weeks later?
· If MK was to be a firearms risk …………why only with an era of gun too unsafe to fire? They show absolutely no interest in real risk of someone of MK’s clever ability going nuts and collecting real modern firearms