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 Met.

https://www.theguardian.com/books/2017/may/15/untold-podcast-book-daniel-morgan-murder

Morgan was most probably murdered for cuckoldry or involvement with Maltese crime families. It is interesting that Keenan does not mention Jukes sole source, known paid police informer and ex psychiatric case Derek Haslam. Haslam is soon to be the focus of a major Channel 4 documentary on police corruption.

Alastair Morgan? His drugs habit makes him unreliable, but then again, Peter Jukes is a mortgage fraudster who took on (and lost to) Dennis Rice and others. Keenan fails to mention the fact that Rees and the Vian Brothers are appealing Judge (bent, Plebgate) Mitting’s ruling. Or that Haslam planted child pornography from his own copious collection on Fillery’s computer. (Haslam is now in the same masonic affinity lodge as ACPO lead on kiddie porn, Simon Bailey). Haslam was thrown out of “Manor of Bensham 7114” lodge after his implication in the suicide of Alan Holmes.

Baroness O’Loan is tainted after her connection to DCS Dave Wood. Finally, South Yorkshire Police are dragging their feet after half Jamaican Derek Haslam was involved in sabotaging ex miner’s compensation in Thurnscoe. One also needs to examine “Abacus Security” and Asil Nadir’s framing.

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