Harpergate and Asil Nadir update.

Firstly to Tom Harper, now of the “Sunday Times”. It seems that many are commenting on his close relationship with the Metropolitan Police. Harper had no major story since “Operation Tiberius” last year, itself a rehash of a fifteen year old article.

Harper lost a great deal of credibility following his links to Bolton debt collector top army officer Ian Hurst who was shown to be little more than a Walter Mitty character inventing links to “Stakeknife” and MI5. Every man has his price and Tom Harper’s seems to be lunch at La Gavroche. Tom also relied on the testimony of known police perjurer and bent ex cop Derek Haslam, who is implicated in our next update.

I wrote last Nov 14 and in Apr 14 about the framing of Asil Nadir by the HMRC. Now things are looking brighter for the Turkish business maven as the Tories need to build better relationships with Ankara.

http://www.takvim.com.tr/guncel/2015/03/08/nadir-diplomasi

Hopefully Mr Nadir will be extradited home soon, thanks to some nifty work by Minister Cavusolglu.

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4 Responses to Harpergate and Asil Nadir update.

  1. thorella says:

    He could be released now that the Establishment have had him criminalised and what he says will have little value. Equally if he’s got hard evidence about the Establishment’s illegal activities then he’ll be kept in jail until he dies.

    • goggzilla says:

      We are not privy to what is going on behind the scenes. Asil Nadir came back as he thought the British were “gentlemen” was was surprised to be stitched up. What he says will always have value, they cannot strip him of his achievements. Perhaps Cameron will see that it is better to have Turkey as an ally than an enemy. Asil Nadir may leave the UK for good but has influence in Ankara.

  2. thorella says:

    Were Asil Nadir’s ships unknown to him carrying parts of the supergun and other weapons for Saddam arranged covertly by the SIS?

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