Monthly Archives: April 2016

Operation Gestalt and Watkins-Burton.

In connection with examining the role of police corruption and the imprisonment of Asil Nadir, I came across Major Antony William Watkins-Burton (born plain old Tony Burton in May 1957), who was the subject of a fruitless £2500 search by … Continue reading

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Asil Nadir – freed at last.

Turkish Cypriot businessman Asil Nadir has at last been released by a vindictive UK judiciary, one wishes he enjoys his upcoming birthday and that he begins to ask how and why he was fitted up. The “Jancom” site has most … Continue reading

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Whittingdalegate – Jukes last stand.

After a hiatus I find plenty to write about. A seemingly minor lurid tale of John Whittingdale and Olivia King is focusing attention on Peter Jukes, who is constantly mentioning me on Tw*tt*r. Usually I would be flattered, save for … Continue reading

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