Monthly Archives: October 2015

“An embarrassment to the Metropolitan Police”.

What exactly was the relationship between Judge Darlow and his buddy Alfred Allington? How did this effect the outcome of Barry Beardall’s appeal? In signing the Official Secrets Act did Derek Haslam in fact become once again part of The … Continue reading

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“A culture of suppressing inconvenient documents” Haslam.

My 90th post, a world exclusive. On 27 January 2006, at 6.09 pm Derek Haslam wrote a document which proved his downfall. In it he specifically states that “David Wood … sought my assistance” along with Supt Jarratt. Toni (sic) … Continue reading

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The Pitchford Inquiry and participant status.

Covert operations by The Met and nearby forces are the topic in this post. Pitchford has said that claims against Derek Haslam could not be heard as Haslam was “retired” however the loophole is that Haslam was being managed by … Continue reading

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Haslam and £21,000 illegality.

68th birthday and a case of “Dead Man walking”. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3277543/Police-used-mole-spy-lawyers-tamper-evidence-Former-detective-paid-21-000-pass-secret-details-legal-cases-working-undercover-Met.html After seven years Derek Haslam has finally been caught up with. As seen in this “Daily Mail” article (largely ripped off from earlier unattributed Goggzilla posts) Haslam is deeply mired in corruption. … Continue reading

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Ian Hurst – big boy’s games, big boy’s rules.

Here was me thinking it would be a quiet day. Pablo is no longer writing on Ian Hurst and perhaps Bolton’s most notorious anorexic thought that meant placid times ahead. Then I noticed two articles – this – http://www.tribunemagazine.org/2015/10/old-spooks-unmasked-on-shropshire-voters-list/ and this … Continue reading

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Southern Investigations, alpha and omega.

Peter Jukes is at it again – partial reportage, and unattributed sources. https://www.byline.com/column/2/article/484 and this time he names Derek Haslam as the redacted identity at the Pitchford Inquiry. The testimony of Jonathan Rees of “Southern Investigations” will prove illuminating but many … Continue reading

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Quack Quack, And They All Fell Down…But Can @HolbornLolz ‘See No Ships’?

My second re-blog and yes, from that fine author Ade again!

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