Pay per view on “Court News UK” but worth it for this gem on the ongoing case of “Vian & ors v Commissioner of police” and revelations that Noel Beswick has been acting illegally.
At a cost of fifty million quid the whole fiasco surrounding the botched investigation of Daniel Morgan’s murder has been costly. Add to that four and a half million pounds being claimed, plus what was paid to Derek Haslam as part of a bent deal, and the tax payer has a right to be irate.
DCS Dave Cook was Noel Beswick’s boss. What is known of Det Ch Insp Beswick? Well, he links to “Kevin Fulton” (Peter Keeley) and to Haslam’s pal Ian Hurst.
Therefore, bent. So, Beswick claims he did not hide eighteen crates of evidence showing what a poor witness James Ward was. As Beswick and Haslam are together (and Haslam is a proven paid perjurer) then Beswick must be treated as highly toxic.
The initial article mentions both Op Two Bridges (Haslam’s illegal bugging) and Op Abelard II (Halsam’s theft of documents plus using different names on his statement. Might be legal in Jamaica but not in Britain).
Anyone want a Polo?