Monthly Archives: August 2017

Untold, Series 2.8 “Labyrinth of lies”

Laurie Flynn stayed sober long enough to be interviewed, and to mention “The Untouchables” but omitted a quote from page 12 ” …the Met spied on us during our time at the Guardian…one of our sources, a former detective called … Continue reading

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Untold, unpaid, Peter Jukes and the Byline fine.

One hears that all is not well with mortgage fraudster Peter Jukes. After a massive fine for denigrating top journalist Dennis Rice, Jukes is refusing to pay (or cannot pay). On top of that he is rumoured to have had … Continue reading

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Operation Kenova and Operation (Bull) Shine.

To begin with – Chief Constable Boucher of Bedfordshi*e Police (you recall them from such deaths in custody as Leon Briggs) is looking into Ian Hurst and the far from clear circumstances of the whole Stakeknife debacle. Hurst was the … Continue reading

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Untold, Series 2 episode 7 – Hotline to crime.

Entrapment is all the rage it appears, yesterday Northumbria Constabulary paid a nonce ten grand to obtain convictions, now Peter Jukes tells us the sorry tale of John Alford and his love of Bolivian Marching Powder. Jukes wishes to blame … Continue reading

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Andrew Doherty

Brief blog post today on the figure of Andrew Doherty. Used by the corrupt Metropolitan Police, Doherty was an alcoholic ex psychiatric patient (indeed, he shares this with Derek Haslam, though Doherty had a white Father). Doherty was in prison … Continue reading

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Asil Nadir and Andy Marsh.

All quiet on the Cyprus front, until news that wrongly convicted Asil Nadir is to appeal to the CCRC. As with the Ched Evans case, there is much disquiet surrounding these unsafe convictions. Use of Michael Francis drew attention to … Continue reading

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Pitchford enquiry and Stephen Lawrence

There are some similarities between the Morgan family and the Lawrence family, bit not the ones Jukes mentions in his latest podcast. Both families had to put up with infiltration and sabotage via the Metropolitan Police, in the Lawrence case … Continue reading

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