John Yates and Westfield.

One needs to question the legality and legitimacy of John Yates (erstwhile top plod in London, then advisor to Bahrain’s torture regime, now security chief at Westfield) being involved in hacking customer’s phone.

Australia, I am disappointed in you. Democracy or a shabby third world police state such as Britain?
Finally, I am off to points east soon. King’s Lynn, the Baltics, ans Finland. Have fun with a Finn.

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The Groovy Gang.

Sharp eyed regular readers will not that Goggzilla is slimmer than usual. Indeed, apart from a few allusions to Max Mosley and a take down of the Australian government there is not much that would scare Granny. I am off abroad soon. Before I go it would be nice to do a bit of vermin control in Norfolk. Talking of which, may I recommend a new blog?

which deals almost exclusively with Norfolk Police, corruption, “The Met” and a series of unfortunate incidents in Thurnscoe which may soon lead to an arrest. If not some awkward questions will be asked of New Scotland Yard.
What of here? A new departure? Blogging on emergent national identity in the Former Soviet Union? The state of politics in Finland? Hollywood gossip? Drop me a line on what you would like to read.

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Australian superinjuctions and Indonesia, Malaya, Vietnam.

Quite a few prominent names will be embarrassed over Wikileaks exposing the Australian government’s attempts on 19th June to stifle a story on corruption. Obviously taking a line from bent ex cops such as John Yates the establishment in Australia is banning mention of

Truong Tan San

Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono

Megawati Sukharnoputri

Mohammed Najib Abdul Razak

Abdullah Ahmad Badawi

Pak Lah

Puan Noni

Nguyen Tan Dung

Justice Hollingworth

Thomas Brady

Peter Sinclair Hutchinson

John Leckenby

Steven Kim Wong

Christian Boillot

Clifford John Gerathy

Myles Andrew Curtis

Mahathir Mohammed

Daim Zainuddin

Rafidah Aziz

Hamid Albar

Laksamana Sukardi

Le Dong Thuy

Nong Duc Manh

and you can read the whole list on Wikileaks along with something about Gillian Elizabeth Bird.

It is fast approaching the 100th anniversary of the start of the Great War. Australia disappoints me with it’s suppression of freedom, just like Britain and corruption in Norfolk Police “The Met” and elsewhere. Land fit for heroes? We are still waiting



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Max Mosely photographs.

As I have a few minutes before “The Mindy Project” begins on E4 (hasn’t it gone downhill this series?) I read that Max Mosely wants his photographs taken down from Google. One was previously posted on Goggzilla on 25 June 2014 under the blog title “Ben Sullivan and four names” and I will put the other one here along with a query. Following Simon Tomlin of Derby’s arrest for harassment of anti police corruption maven Ian Puddick, when will Norfolk Police nick his twink Derek Gordon Haslam? “Worshipful Brother, on the square”. Enjoy this shot of Mosely who seems rather tied up.

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Sunshine Squad, Martin Bridger and Operation Tempura.

The “Daily Mail” (usually so close to bent ex cop John Yates) now has an article on the activities of Martin Bridger, another dodgy policeman. As I wrote on 22, Nov 13 the investigation into irregularities was dubbed “Operation Tempura” and the Cayman Islands is now the focus of some unwanted attention. The FCO may wish to bury the findings which boil down to Bridger claiming massive expenses and arrests that led nowhere.

J’accuse – Martin Bridger of corruption, along with John Yates and sundry other lower ranks. Might I suggest they sue me and take a look at a laptop in Norfolk?

UPDATE. Following my Freedom of information request. Norfolk Constabulary got back to me with this one liner “Ref 229/14/15 We cannot give any details of death threats made to P.C James A Haslam.” Thing is the request was about P.C Haslam’s Dad who received an£180,000 out of court settlement for “mental illness” from “The Met” yet also had £6400 in alarms fitted to his unsellable £240,000 property at 11 Lynn Rd, Southery, PE38.

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Ben Sullivan of Oxford and four names.

For the past decade Goggzilla has campaigned on a daily basis concerning the issue of false and malicious rape allegations. Current legislation is contrary to the ECHR yet only when Nigel Evans and Ben Sullivan were victims did the Establishment react. With 33% of allegations in 2013 false and/or malicious it is time for action.

In this spirit, given the fact that Sullivan was named but his accusers were not is it apposite to redress the balance? Shall we ask

Anna Bazley

Anna Bradshaw

Helena Dollimore or possibly even Sarah Pine, one is told that the two accusers are in that list. max-mosley-orgy






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Operation (insert female name here).

The reason I am posting this today is that I want proof, a public record, that when a major story breaks soon, I had the drop long before the Daily Mail, Guardian, Independent or any other paper. I was told of this a few weeks ago, however I am redacting the name of the Operation, it is a female name and that is all I am making public now.

To begin with, I am focusing on high ranking Metropolitan Police. Lord Stevens, John Yates, Chris Jarratt and DCS Dave Wood are in for a nervous time. Low level scum such as Haslam may think that Rafferty and Holroyde’s postponing of the Court Of Appeal into “The Groovy Gang” is the conclusion of judicial attention. That would be a mistake.

The Operation alluded to has in it’s spotlight a top brass plain clothes “officer” who is divorced*. After “Plebgate” the Met are desperate to claw back public trust which is now at zero. Cleaning up the cesspool of past excesses and miscarriages of justice is an attempt.

Update. Operation Tiberius looks likely to blow open soon. As for the Operation (Female name) it is between four and six letters long. Inclusive?

* Thanks to Prof Higgins, who is always welcome here.


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