The Public Service Ombudsman for Wales has ruled that articles produced by Councillor Jonathan Bishop about Councillor Louisa Mills that she alleged “harassed” her would not amount to a breach of the Code of Conduct in Wales and should be considered free speech under the European Convention on Human Rights.
Award-winning local newspaper journalist Gareth Davies has been served with a “police harassment letter” after investigating a con-woman where he tried to question her at her home address.
It has been revealed that Hamid Arabnia has been the victim of a smear campaign by an unknown abuser who has been spreading false information about him and his leading conference – WORLDCOMP.
Tim Loughton, the Conservative MP for East Worthing and Shoreham has hit out at Sussex Police following receiving a harassment warning after sending a constituent a letter.
An Internet trolling expert has started a petition calling on the UK Government to make it a right for people accused of harassment to have a fair and public hearing in relation to the claims made against them. The petition also calls for the same right for people who have made complaints of harassment for which a caution or warning wouldn’t be enough for them.
A South Wales Police Officer has come under fire for psychological traumatising a member of the public following a brawl in a Cardiff massage parlour when a prostitute refused to honour a contract with a customer.
Jeremy Browne, the UK crime prevention Minister has declared that Internet trolling laws are tough enough, and that online harassment should be treated no differently to offline harassment.
Pressure is mounting on South Wales Chief Police Constable, Peter Vaughan, following a spate of human rights abuses against equality activists under this leadership.
Two police officers have been accused of making an ‘unethical inducement’ following threatening to caution an Pontypridd equality activist if he did not remove free speech content from his website mentioning someone in their locality known to them.