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 it was Peter Francis, in the Morgan one Derek Haslam. Sent in as a “ringer” to gain inside information in return for money, the half Jamaican Haslam inveigled his way into the Morgan campaign, derailed Op Abelard II then lied about it and other matters, his thoughts on Al Morgan plus others will be placed in the public domain later.

Jukes examines the tragedy of the racist murder of Stephen Lawrence and makes 2 + 2 = 5. Jukes quotes the “Daily Mail” in the most recent episode, odd, as he hates the paper and its journalists. Now to “O.J” John Davidson, a sergeant in The Met at the time. Goggzilla 20 March 2017 alluded to an infamous incident in south London police circles. Haslam was at a Christmas party and would not stop hassling a W.P.C. The large Scot, Davidson, “escorted” Haslam from the venue.

Neil Putnam and the whole reason for Morgan’s murder is also examined but the “scandal that Daniel was about to uncover” has been proven to be mostly hype, the murder was far more likely connected to cuckoldry. The “new evidence” is non existent and Jukes is rehashing old material – next episode focuses on the late 1990’s, and it already two decades old. Jukes never asks why a known perjurer who never told the truth would do so now, why the bug planted at “Southern Investigations” did not result in Jon Rees or anyone else being proven to be guilty of the Morgan murder and finally why Haslam, who left the police due to mental illness is to be trusted an iota.


About Ciaran Goggins

Defeated UK at ECHR over innocent folks DNA sample retention, spokesman in Justice for Ched Evans campaign, now putting the finishing touches to academic paper on who really murdered Daniel Morgan in 1987.
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