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Neu dyna'r dybiaeth gan lawer o Americanwyr ar y pryd, mae'n debyg, gan gredu mai Gelynglas oedd y person hwnnw, yn ymosod ar y tyrau ar ran Meibion Glyndwr.
Does dim cysylltiad rhwng Meibion Glyndwr a'r ffug-dwr
Around 220 holiday homes in Welsh-speaking communities were fire-bombed between 1979 and the early 1990s by a group calling itself Meibion Glyndwr (Sons of Glyndwr).
A "target list" headed MG - the initials of the Welsh arson and fire-bombing extremist Meibion Glyndwr group - was allegedly found in Roberts' flat.
MEIBION Glyndwr - meaning the sons of Glyndwr - became known asaWelsh nationalist movement violently opposed to a loss of Welsh culture and language.
Meibion Glyndwr began its campaign in December 1979 in protest at the growing trend of homes in rural Wales being sold as holiday cottages to people from England.
Ifans also refused to be drawn on whether he supported the cottage-burning campaign of Meibion Glyndwr in the 1980s.
Initially, three movements were linked to the burning of mainly English-owned property in rural north and west Wales: Mudiad Amddiffyn Cymru (The Movement to Defend Wales), Cadwyr Cymru (The Keepers of Wales) and Meibion Glyndwr (The Sons of Glyndwr).
In the same way as LGBT+ people were sometimes demonised by association with the drag queen and rent boy rioters who fought the police at the Stonewall bar in New York in 1969, those seen to be supportive of the Welsh language are sometimes unjustly linked with the arsonists of Meibion Glyndwr.
He also discovered that members who escaped detection went underground, some re-emerging in 1979 as Meibion Glyndwr, blamed by police for more than 200 arson attacks on holiday homes in Wales.
Aran Jones, chief executive of the Welsh communities campaign group Cymuned, said it was very strange to get reports of three such incidents attributed to Meibion Glyndwr in a short space of time.
Adrian Stone, 43, of Penyrheol, Caerphilly, was one of 10 people arrested in 1982 following a bombing campaign by organisation Meibion Glyndwr targeting English-owned holiday homes.