Monthly Archives: May 2017

Professional mourners.

For legal reasons, until after the appeal in the case of “Rees & Vian versus the police” I am keeping redacted Derek Haslam’s own words on Alastair Morgan. Once released they would put an end to Peter Jukes “career” as … Continue reading

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Guanaboa to Croydon.

His paternal side had recently arrived from the West Indies. His Father, Francis W (also given as Lindo) Haslam, from St Catherine’s, Jamaica, born 28 June 1879. Records only go back to his Dad, named Robert Johnson Haslam who married … Continue reading

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Sid Fillery and Justice Mitting.

Finishing my daily quarter marathon in a hail storm along the Northern Irish border today I mulled over why Sid Fillery was smiled favourably on by worshipful brother Justice Mitting. A divide a conquer approach by the judiciary regarding Jonathan … Continue reading

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Untold podcast – update and Series Two.

Stephen Lawrence’s murder is alluded to, much to Jukes surprise, he figures out that some police involved in a murder in South East London (Morgan) also worked on another. Jukes then enters the realm of paranoia, living opposite the Fire … Continue reading

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Untold podcast – Daniel Morgan murder.

Bryan Madagan comprehensively put to sleep any wild theories about the murder of Daniel Morgan. He was not (in the words of Peter Jukes and now John Keenan in the Guardian) about to blow the lid off drugs and The … Continue reading

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It’s a long, long way from Clare to here.

Someone in or near Ennis has reported Stephen Fry for blasphemy, under the risibly drafted “Defamation Act, 2009”. It seems that the “hate speech” lobby do not fully comprehend freedom of speech. It also appears that Mr Fry is not up … Continue reading

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