Masonic Vendetta Against Welsh Football Continues

Gary Speed dies in as yet unexplained circumstances. Then new coach, Raymond Verheijen resigns saying he’s sick of the politics and ‘the destructive games’, calling it’a very sad day’. Now the players are being targeted. One way or another, Welsh football is not going to be allowed to rise to the heights.

The woman must have known what she was doing. So must the judge. There is no way Ched Evans should be sent down for five years for what was clearly and undeniably consensual sex. The law is unto itself. Injustice is being seen to be done.


Footballer Ched Evans has been jailed for five years for raping a 19-year-old woman, while another player, Clayton McDonald, has been cleared.

Wales and Sheffield United striker Evans, 23, was convicted by a jury at Caernarfon Crown Court.

Both he and Port Vale defender Mr McDonald, also 23, had denied rape at a Premier Inn near Rhyl, Denbighshire.

The men admitted having sex with the woman on 30 May 2011, but said it was consensual.

Court proceedings were disrupted after Mr McDonald was acquitted, prompting a brief adjournment.

Mr McDonald, of Crewe, Cheshire, looked elated when his not guilty verdict was delivered, and family and friends shouted: “Yes, yes”.

Screaming outside court
One man left the public gallery and could be heard screaming outside the court.

Judge Merfyn Hughes QC rose and the public gallery was cleared.

Mr McDonald remained in the dock with Evans, 23, of Penistone, South Yorkshire, who held his head in his hands and cried.

Mr McDonald hugged Evans and the two footballers banged heads together.

When the judge returned to the court, the jury foreman gave the guilty verdict against Evans.

The Sheffield United centre forward threw the headphones he was using to follow the trial on the floor and then looked shocked.

In sentencing him to five years in prison the judge said: “The complainant was 19 years of age and was extremely intoxicated.

Defender Clayton McDonald signed for Port Vale last season
“CCTV footage shows, in my view, the extent of her intoxication when she stumbled into your friend.

“As the jury have found, she was in no condition to have sexual intercourse.

“When you arrived at the hotel, you must have realised that.”

He told Evans that he might have been used to receiving attention from women in the past due to his success as a footballer, but this case was “very different”.

The judge said the sentence took into account that there had been no force involved and the complainant received no injuries.

He also said the complainant was not “targeted” and the attack had not been “premeditated”.

“You have thrown away the successful career in which you were involved,” he told Evans before sending him down.

NO! Mr judge, you’ve destroyed the career of an innocent man, making this the third inexplicable event in six months destroying Wales’ chances of becoming a world footballing giant. All complete coincidence of course.

And it’s not only the court decisions that are biased according to this website.

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  3. Anonymous says:

    What is clear is that if the welshman was guilty, how is it possible that the other chap is not?

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  5. Julia says:

    British Rhythmic Gymnastic team constantly having road blocks put in their way too. They have finally been allowed to compete in the Olympics, after a legal case was made. But now they have to find £90K of funding. Unlike teams in other countries which have their sport governing body funding them.

  6. Anonymous says:

    What planet are you on mate? What possible motives would people in power have from preventing Wales from becoming football greats. This is almost as hilarious as the Barcelona goal whose build up play communicated a route through the mountains for the Syrian rebels to attack their government conspiracy. Even with Speed and Evans (a great goalscorer, but in er… League One, not the Prem) representing your country as manager and player, do you think Wales were destined to achieve greatness, what with Brazil, Italy, France etc around? Of course not, yeah they might have punched above their weight for a bit, doubtless with Speed in charge. You know what will always prevent Wales from becoming footballing greats? The simple fact that you have a population of around 2.5 million, a pool of talent about twenty times smaller than France, or maybe thirty times smaller than Brazil. You will always produce the occasional Bale or Giggs , but a whole squad of players of that caliber are statistically very unlikely to materialise in the same generation from such a small country. Can I just remind you, that other players who are not from Wales have also been convicted before, like Joey Barton for assault, and Lee Hughes for causing death by dangerous driving, and they weren’t in League One. Also, here’s an idea: I have wondered the same thing about why one man was convicted and not the other and can’t seem to find any explanation. I can only assume that as McDonald was the one who first met the girl that night, that maybe she acknowledged being able to remember him and that created a grey area over his conviction. Maybe they started hanging out before she had had so many drinks and therefore it couldn’t be proven that she hadn’t consented earlier in the evening when she wasn’t drunk to be taken to a hotel for nookie. But in the case of Evans, apparently video evidence showed that he only joined the woman and McDonald later in the night, when she was clearly out of her head and didn’t even know what was going on. So it could be proven that she didn’t consent. That’s the only explanation I can fathom. I am disgusted by the reaction all over the internet by people (I’m not referring to you anymore tap) who know very little about what was said in the courtroom who are making this woman’s misery worse by calling her shocking names just because they like this footballer guy. He was convicted in a court of law, with video evidence. Is being a rape victim not bad enough without a country full of incensed clueless football fans spewing vile insults at you? DISGUSTING

  7. Anonymous says:

    How do you know that the rape of that poor girl ‘was clearly and undeniably consensual sex’?

    Spout you conspiracy nonsense mate but dont presume you know it all, this is a real persons life you are talking about now, not little green men or the lochness monster…

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