Monthly Archives: February 2016

Exonerating Mr Rees.

The headlines about Bernard ‘Ogan-‘Owe now stating that not all allegations must be believed automatically brought up a link to John Worboys. It is not Worboys who need detain us here but DCI Chris Jarrett and the higher up figure … Continue reading

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Jacqui Hames, Daniel Morgan and Leveson Two.

Alastair Morgan had an opportunity to sit at the grown up table when he accompanied Peter Jukes to a hearing on the murder cover up of his brother Daniel, formerly of “Southern Investigations”. Ex “Crimewatch” maven Jacqui Hames dabbed dramatically … Continue reading

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Ian Hurst, “Stakeknife” and the Gruaniad.

Thankfully, McDonald at least states that Ian Hurst was only an NCO (never held a commission as some other poor sources cite) but omits that Hurst’s credibility is zero. From the Smithwick Inquiry to more recent years the Bolton debt … Continue reading

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Death in custody of Christopher Higgins.

The Chief Constable of Norfolk, Simon Bailey, is not returning my calls. Nor is Asst C C Sarah Hamlin. There is considerable disquiet in judicial circles concerning P.C James A. Haslam of Kings Lynn (he lives in Downham Market in … Continue reading

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