|Arfon Jones outside Police HQ Colwyn Bay.|
"Three Police Forces were involved in keeping the peace at Upton, (including North Wales), to facilitate the High Court Bailiffs to enforce the possession order and to evict protestors.
There was substantial costs involved in protecting and facilitating a private company to recover their property by a civil order and the company IGas Energy should be recharged the Policing cost"
"Had this operation involved Chester and Wrexham football clubs the clubs would have been recharged so why not IGas?"
"I am also concerned that the Police Service, including North Wales are being used to favour one side over the other, the Police tactics on the day were clearly not impartial and favoured the corporate interests of IGas. The Police are supposed to be there to keep the peace and not to do the work of the bailiffs. Serving people with Dispersal orders and then arresting them for refusing to comply is going way over the top to what the Police should be doing and the Assistant Chief Constable in charge of policing should be held to account by the people of Cheshire."