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 want to know why Jukes sole informant is a disgraced ex Det Con now trying to flee Norfolk and the UK.

“We exposed him (Haslam) in 2013” incorrect, Haslam had been identified before then as a paid police perjurer implicated in mistrials such as those of ex Det Sgt Eamonn Harris, Det Con Chris Drury, Det Con Chris Clark, plus many others. Haslam (on a now banned account at the Daily Telegraph site) is threatening to take “Goggzilla” to court for libel, also to have the author jailed. Go ahead, this makes the 105th “threat” to sue me for libel. Hopefully Haslam will not use “Fraser Dawbarn” of King’s Lynn, they are totally crap not much good.

The roles of Lord Stevens and John Yates are being focused on, Jukes omits that Andy Hayman “got at” Rusbridger in connection to the Daniel Morgan cover up, plus criminal activity linking Martin Bridger and Haslam amongst others. Must try harder Mr Jukes. Owned.

 

 

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2 Responses to Southern Investigations, alpha and omega.

  1. thorella says:

    I very much doubt the government will let him take you to court. It might end up being a massive exposure of government corruption particularly the government’s role through the intelligence services in running excise frauds and VAT frauds

    • goggzilla says:

      That is what I am betting on, go to court both sides have a say. He has already lost the “battle of redaction”. As I wrote, Haslam is a perjurer, thief, failed blackmailer, abuser of process and failed rapist of a 15 year old girl plus other crimes. Death by drink driving still illegal. I hope he is dumb enough to bring it on. Of course govt protection can only go so far.

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