Perhaps it is because he has been spending too much time with acknowledged paid informer and ex mental patient Derek Haslam, but poor Peter Jukes is in common parlance “beginning to lose it”. Any criticism of his narrative on Daniel Morgan is met with cyber howls of “criminal”. Odd, then, that Jukes omits his own dubious role as a mortgage fraudster, his close links to Haslam (who caused death by drink driving) and the fact that early next year the biggest civil case in British legal history is being launched against the Metropolitan Police.
I was going to add that once the case is either settled out of court, or when The Met lose, Jukes will become another Johann Hari. I won’t add that – Hari was well known and respected before his downfall, unlike Jukes, who backed the wrong horse and lost the house as a result. Peter may wish to known that the worshipful brothers at ex Det Con Haslam’s lodge (which includes P.C James A. Haslam, and Chief Constable Simon Bailey) are growing worried about the trial outcome. I have no hatred of free masons but find affinity lodges of police make for a two tier justice system.
Update. Jukes is now banging on about protected witnesses and half a dozen statements that “confirm” Daniel Morgan was onto a major police corruption scandal (he was not but facts and lack of evidence or proof don’t both Jukes that much).
Peter Newby, manager of Southern Investigations office. His word may carry some worth.
Margaret Harrison, an ex lover, therefore too closely implicated.
Derek Haslam, a known paid informer, Haslam is a stranger to veracity, he is now subject to both CCRC and IPCC investigations for perverting the course of justice. After dropping the price of his house from 270,000 to 225,000 Stg he is unable to flee abroad and evade justice. What was a protected witness doing on BBC Panorama?
Bryan Madagan, on record as having said that Daniel Morgan always had fanciful theories.
Joseph Wilkins, a major player in the demi-monde of narcotics smuggling.
Clutching at straws, new hobby Peter?