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Pictured: PC Paul Morgan, leaves Swansea Crown Court. Friday 13 October 2017<br />
Re: A cop who won bravery awards had his career ruined when a woman he met through a dating website falsely claimed he had raped her.<br />
PC Paul Morgan, 52, suffered the indignity of being arrested by his own colleagues and held in a cell overnight after the allegation by Samantha Murray-Evans, 45, a woman he met through the Plenty of Fish website.<br />
Lengthy investigations followed adding to the PC’s stress until it was eventually decided that Murray-Evans, who told PC Morgan she was a college lecturer and actress, had been lying.<br />
She is pleading guilty to perverting the course of justice when she appears at Swansea Crown Court this Friday. (October 13th).<br />
PC Morgan, a cop for 21 years, has been off sick for a year following the allegation and is of the belief that Murray-Evans lies were clear from the outset and he should have been believed rather than her.Pictured: Samantha Murray Evans (L), arrives at Swansea Crown Court. Friday 13 October 2017<br />
Re: A cop who won bravery awards had his career ruined when a woman he met through a dating website falsely claimed he had raped her.<br />
PC Paul Morgan, 52, suffered the indignity of being arrested by his own colleagues and held in a cell overnight after the allegation by Samantha Murray-Evans, 45, a woman he met through the Plenty of Fish website.<br />
Lengthy investigations followed adding to the PC’s stress until it was eventually decided that Murray-Evans, who told PC Morgan she was a college lecturer and actress, had been lying.<br />
She is pleading guilty to perverting the course of justice when she appears at Swansea Crown Court this Friday. (October 13th).<br />
PC Morgan, a cop for 21 years, has been off sick for a year following the allegation and is of the belief that Murray-Evans lies were clear from the outset and he should have been believed rather than her.
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Pictured: PC Paul Morgan, leaves Swansea Crown Court. Friday 13 October 2017
Re: A cop who won bravery awards had his career ruined when a woman he met through a dating website falsely claimed he had raped her.
PC Paul Morgan, 52, suffered the indignity of being arrested by his own colleagues and held in a cell overnight after the allegation by Samantha Murray-Evans, 45, a woman he met through the Plenty of Fish website.
Lengthy investigations followed adding to the...
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