Sunday, September 11, 2016

A young mother is beaten up for a SECOND time 1 year to the day, after learning no-one would be prosecuted

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If this countries so-called Police couldn't get any worse, here we an excellent example of the inept, over paid Police giving the public yet another "sterling" job. It makes me sick to the stomach when I hear about injustices going on not only in the world, but right in our own back yard. It would have to be the Welsh Police wouldnt it? Do I really need to say abymore than that? They used to be a good Police force but not now, not anymore. That's my personal view on the matter. We hope Ms Edwards get's better soon and moves away from that area, start new, a fresh start. Best of luck, Tim L. Lewis

police do nothing as teen mother is beaten
2016
2 times to the year ago teen mother beaten
2015




Source;
Mail-Online.
A teenage mother has been beaten up a second time - almost exactly a year after she learned no one would be prosecuted over the previous attack. Tia Jade Edwards, 17, suffered a broken nose and possible damage to her eye socket, which may need surgery. In September 2015, she learned no-one would be prosecuted over a beating three months before, in which she suffered a black eye, cuts and swollen lips.


North Wales Police had questioned three people following the previous incident but the Crown Prosecution Service said there was insufficient evidence to secure a conviction. A family member said Tia was in a 'terrible state' when police were called to an address in Colwyn Bay after this Friday's alleged attack, which is believed to have taken place before 10pm. The relative said Tia, who is said to be extremely upset and at home recovering with relatives, could require further hospital treatment. The college student was admitted to Ysbyty Hospital Glan Clwyd following the assault. She may need surgery on a broken nose and there are concerns about her eye socket and teeth. Tia has an eight-month-old daughter who was staying with relatives at the time.

teen mum student beaten up again
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Ms Edwards may need surgery on a broken nose and there are concerns about her eye socket and teeth. She is pictured here in 2015.

The family said a man has been arrested following the incident, but North Wales Police have yet to confirm the arrest. In July last year, Tia made national headlines after she was attacked at a house party in Abergele and photos posted on Facebook sparked outrage from hundreds of people who called for justice. Her guardian Alison Faulds said at the time: 'I am fuming. She is a 16 year-old girl and it's not like she did it to herself. 'Tia is fuming as well because justice has failed. If someone gets away with this they can do it again. 'The evidence is all over Facebook, yet they told me they couldn't use any of the evidence on Facebook.'

ms edwards, her mother said she was beaten up
July last year
In July last year, Tia made national headlines after she was attacked at a house party in Abergele Two women, both aged 37, and a youth were questioned by North Wales Police in relation to the incident and were released on police bail but no charges were brought. A spokesman for the Crown Prosecution Service said at the time: 'Having considered the available evidence in accordance with the Code for Crown Prosecutors, we concluded that there is insufficient evidence to provide a realistic prospect of conviction in this case.'