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 Brigade HQ he noticed “a car with aerials” and was told by a “top undercover ex cop” (Derek Haslam) that he was being put under surveillance. Jukes ended the update update by whining about Leveson Two.
Series Two began with the revelation that South East London had, and still has, corrupt police. Then we heard three voices, these were –
Jukes continued with a note on R v Clapton and Det Sgt Sid Fillery’s role in arresting Barry Duffy for a murder. Is the Boris mentioned Boris (Richard) Zdrojewski?
At 13.00 minutes in we are treated to an advert.
At 16.00 minutes Jukes mentions Daniel Morgan’s trip to Malta. What of the Bonnicci family and the narrative that Morgan was mixed up with narcotics?
Uno Plus, a wine bar, it was popular with Derek Haslam and other bent police.
At 26.00 minutes Jukes harps on about missing documents and the “Golden Lion” pub, but omits Haslam’s theft of documents and the Operation Abelard II inquiry where Haslam signed a statement, using his white half brother David’s name.
There are two narratives to the Daniel Morgan murder case, one is Jukes’, the Guardian’s and the Metropolitan Police theory, that Morgan stumbled on a corruption case (over time fiddled? drugs? It changes). The other is that Jonathan Rees and the Vian Brothers were framed, that they were subsequently targetted by a vindictive police force, and that the almost half dozen inquiries were infiltrated and sabotaged by Haslam, much as he did with animal rights activists and Thurnscoe compensation claims.
I will close by mentioning Felicity Lowde whose invaluable help on Twitter is deeply appreciated.