Morganology update

Not content with adding a word (Morganology, the study of Britain’s most high profile recent unsolved killing) to the English language, David Bray now has his book pulled even before it is released for Xmas.

Amazon are no longer listing “Daniel Morgan – Southern Investigation” as being on their book list.

It cannot be out of stock, so is there a legal reason for the disappearance? As with Peter Jukes podcast “Untold murder” the Metropolitan Police grow nervous.

One for “Private Eye” if ever there was cause for an article. Bray is a close associate of Derek Haslam, quote of the day “Haslam wanted to be white, and he could not be, hence he became insane”.

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About Ciaran Goggins

Defeated UK at ECHR over innocent folks DNA sample retention, spokesman in Justice for Ched Evans campaign, now researching largest case of police perjury in UK legal history.
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4 Responses to Morganology update

  1. thorella says:

    Why would the book be pulled if it was written by an associate of an informant? Surely the writer would be on the side of the police?

    • That cached search is interesting for the following howler “David Bray joined the Territorials and attained the rank of Fusilier” it is the rank one joins the Infantry at. Methinks some digging must be done on why the book was pulled?

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