Monthly Archives: October 2016

Asil Nadir and Nelson Ledsky.

The truth behind Asil Nadir being framed by MI6 is emerging, freed from jail, he can now talk. http://www.ahaber.com.tr/gundem/2016/10/23/abdden-asil-nadire-sok-teklif Long story short, Nadir was asked to help out with illegal arms shipments and refused. The late Nelson Ledsky, over at … Continue reading

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Max Mosley, Gordon Anglesea and an increasingly desperate Mark Polin.

After returning from the conference, I switched on “Newsnight” to catch Max (Spanky) Mosley berating “Southern Investigations”. A person such as Derek Haslam who lies, hides the truth, but one such as Peter Jukes who deals in half lies has … Continue reading

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Ian Hurst, whistle blowing and Stakeknife.

Kevin Winters should know better, Ian Hurst (of iTraceUK¬†and several other dubious companies) had no connection to the “Stakeknife” case. Scappaticci may not have been innocent of some crimes, but he was “Kerbstone” and not the agent misidentified by an … Continue reading

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Operation Limonium.

Quite a good article from Tom Harper in the “Sunday Times” but it doesn’t go far enough in uncovering judicial and police corruption. http://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/news/judges-misled-over-evidence-of-met-bribery-9n96j3jbx It is known that Sasha Wass QC misled the CPS, who are reluctant to do anything … Continue reading

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North Wales Police and the Ched Evans case.

Ought you not to be asking why there is anonymity for accusers but not defendants in rape trials? Or why false rape allegations are not treated seriously? Instead much whining comes from the Grauniad https://www.theguardian.com/law/2016/oct/14/social-media-naming-of-ched-evans-accuser-raises-questions-law who seem oblivious to the … Continue reading

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Sheikhs, fake and other, Byline gets it wrong, again.

Mention of Joey Pyle leads to Dave Courtney, also Bernard O’Mahoney, and eventually Tony Tucker and his role in the murder cover up of Lee Balkwell by Essex Police. Operation Nigeria and Op Two Bridges, both hinged on Haslam gaining … Continue reading

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Perverting the course of justice – Derek Haslam and RISC.

Excellent article in the “Mail on Sunday” which a year ago broke the news that ex Det Con Haslam (alias Joe Poulton) was involved in derailing numerous high profile trials and getting a nice reward (21,000 Stg per annum) for … Continue reading

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