Witness in Gordon Anglesea sex abuse trial says his claims were 'brushed aside by police'

A 48-year-old man told a court he went to police to make allegations about a senior officer, but his claims were “brushed aside”.
He said Gordon Anglesea later tackled him about his visit to the police station.
At one stage, he ended up being prosecuted for the theft of chewing gum, was in cells and he alleged Anglesea went to the cells and said “I warned you in the past and you would not listen.”
The man said he had to keep his mouth shut to avoid trumped up charges against him.
Anglesea, 78, a retired police superintendent of Gwynant, Old Colwyn, denies four historic sexual offences... read more

27 September 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 35
Source: Daily Post

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