R v Spivey and Vian & ors v Commissioner of police.

Odd that two disparate stories should collide, but it seems to have happened. Most folk will side against Chris Spivey, yet let us look at Greater Manchester Police. They threatened Lee Rigby’s family with arrest if they did not testify. They seem less aggressive with Ian Hurst, a  former intelligence officer Sergeant, who handled knew, vaguely knew Stakeknife.

Hurst is suing Alex Marunchak, his former paymaster from News International days. Hurst also engages in criminality but Peter Jukes is very quiet about this. More attention is being focused on Alan Rusbridger and links to bent ex cop Andy Hayman.

Tomorrow sees the second week of the trial of the century, and the illegal activities of undercover spy perjurer Derek Haslam. Note to Jukes – if Haslam spent seventy years lying, what makes you think he will be truthful now? He cannot even get the colour of his Dad’s Jamaican skin right.

 

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About Ciaran Goggins

Defeated UK at ECHR over innocent folks DNA sample retention, spokesman in Justice for Ched Evans campaign, now researching largest case of police perjury in UK legal history.
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