Update 23 April
The smear on the Dafen village website and one of the comments on this post urging Rob to give up show that panic is beginning to set in on the Labour side.
The suggestion that Rob is not qualified to give defibrillator training was not only false, but irresponsible. Most of us will have seen defibrillators hanging up in public places, and unless you have had training, you probably think that they require specialist knowledge to use. They are in fact designed to be used by anyone who can read and follow a few simple step-by-step instructions and perform CPR.
I had training a couple of years ago, and although I could not tell you exactly what to do from memory, the key message I came away with is that they are very, very simple to use.
The effect of the anonymous message is to suggest that defibrillators can only be used if you have had training, and that is something that could cost lives.
But if you have not been trained, please, please make the effort. It could be the most important thing you have ever done.
As for the comment left by Anon on this blog saying that Plaid is just using Rob and will spit him out when done is an insult to the man himself. Rob is his own man and is campaigning on his own merits.
One of the wards to watch when votes are counted in this year's county council elections will be Dafen, a two horse race between Tegwen Devichand (Lab.) and Rob Evans (Independent).
Rob is a larger than life, proud Welshman. A die-hard rugby fan who is also a registered paramedic and a serving member of Llanelli Rural Council, he is determined to give the 75 year-old veteran a run for her money.
The result looks set to be close.
Unsurprisingly, the dirty tricks brigade are out, and an anonymous post has appeared on the village website questioning whether Rob is qualified to give training in how to use a defibrillator.
Rob has been giving training in Felinfoel, where he lives, and has promised to give free training in Dafen, regardless of the outcome of the election, as the village is due to get its own public access defibrillator.
Recently while out canvassing Rob came across someone who had just had a stroke in their home, and thanks to his intervention, that person has survived.
He is also campaigning for Welsh medium Cylch Meithrin provision.
A victory for Rob would be a big step on the way to changing the toxic nature of politics in Llanelli.