Hardly surprisingly, the recent reports on this blog have not gone down well with the movers and shakers in the Llanelli Constituency Labour Party who see this as just a Plaid conspiracy.
All Cneifiwr will say for the time being is that they should read the posts carefully. The information received comes from a very wide range of sources, including some from within the Labour Party who are disgusted by what they see.
This blog has received a few comments in support of Cllr Tegwen Devichand in particular which have not been published - not because they are hostile to the blog, but because they have been couched in such extreme, vile and barely literate language that they cannot be put up. One in particular came from someone who is clearly on the extreme right.
In the meantime, the Labour Party says that it is conducting an investigation. Let's hope that it is fair and rigorous, and unless significant new evidence comes in, let's wait for the outcome of that investigation.
And finally, at the risk of sounding a bit like the Trevor Macdonald of old with all those "bongs" punctuating his bulletin, here is a round-up on what now feels like day 94 of - what shall we call it? - Labkip, Watersgate, or just plain old Llanelli Labour's Omnishambles.
BONG! Nia Griffith MP had nothing to say about anything.
BONG! Neither did Lee Waters who was rather more interested in plans to encourage cycling in Cardiff.
BONG! Tegwen Devichand told the BBC that she could not "remember" sharing Britain First hate propaganda.
BONG! More evidence emerged of links between Labour members and candidates in Llangennech and UKIP, and a tweet was unearthed from a very vocal Llanelli Labour activist who described Welsh-medium education as "fascism". If it really was fascism, you would have thought that some party members would be rushing to embrace it with open arms.
BONG! Keith Davies, Llanelli's Labour AM before Lee Waters told the BBC that he was disappointed that Lee Waters and Nia Griffith had not been more supportive of the plan to turn Llangennech school into a Welsh medium school. "And then maybe it wouldn't have come to this".
Here is a clip from his interview with subtitles.
Unless there are any major new revelations emerge, we will now have to wait for the outcome of Labour's investigation into the Llanelli CLP. Shredders and delete buttons must be working overtime down there in the meantime.
Cneifiwr will be returning to work after a few days of not so relaxing blogging, but in the meantime the next piece will catch up on one of the stories the blog was following before the dam burst.