Talk:Gethin ap Gruffydd
Something this article's missing
Because I've had trouble finding solid sources, I haven't been able to cover his involvement with the Free Wales Army. From what I've been able to piece together, Gruffydd (whose birth name appears to be Keith Griffiths, which is how he's identified in the news reports) was one of nine people from the group put on trial in 1969; a document containing plans to assassinate Prince Charles was apparently found in Gruffydd's home but, according to his Wikipedia article he got off pretty lightly, so I'm guessing there's more to the story. Here's his account, if anyone can figure out what he's on about. Balaam (talk) 18:24, 28 April 2012 (UTC)
- I was living in Wales when all this was happening. I don't recall anybody taking the Free Wales Army very seriously.--Bob"What can be asserted without evidence can also be dismissed without evidence." 20:49, 28 April 2012 (UTC)
His response to this article
Interesting review of my work in below link, a comment expected from certain quarters but I do not count this as previous full on malicious 'Black Propaganda' which some one, maybe WECTU placed on Wikiapedia (since removed) and as otherwise 'Chinese Whispers' Campaign on the ground aimed undermining my work and efforts of Sian Ifan my fellow 'Welsh Remembrancer'. At moment this new 'Wreckers Work' is running in 'Over Drive' out of a number of 'Dark Corners' with intention of thawrting our 'March Into The Mountains Initiative' and undermining what was once the potential huge success of the 'Save Stryveland Struggle'. Making us having to work even harder to now overcome this devious opposition.