Monthly Archives: May 2018

DCS Dave Cook and Jeremy Johnson Q.C

As we wait for the ruling from the Court of Appeal regarding the most high profile civil case in British legal history (Rees and others versus the Metropolitan Police) it is now time to dwell on the role played by … Continue reading

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Vikram Dodd, the Guardian and the Daniel Morgan Independent Panel.

Where to begin with the inaccuracies? Ought Dodd to work for North Wales Police? His latest article borders on farce. https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/may/28/daniel-morgan-new-delays-hit-inquiry-into-31-year-old-case “Allegedly” Morgan was going to go public on police corruption. Not true, Bryan Madagan, Morgan’s erstwhile boss before “Southern … Continue reading

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Tahir Iqbal and Tommy Robinson

Excellent article from Tom Harper in “The Times”.¬†https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/drug-barons-walk-free-as-police-hide-evidence-lz0pm6p9d We are witnessing more and more cases collapse due to abuse of process, malicious prosecution and non disclosure. June ought to see the most costly to New Scotland Yard, both in reputation … Continue reading

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R v Howell and others.

The Court of Appeal ruling was in 2003 but there are many aspects of this case which cause deep concern. Det Insp Fred May was arrested along with Det Sgt Eamonn Harris and Det Con David Howell. All were at … Continue reading

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Frankfurt art theft, Serbia and “Operation Cobalt”.

In order to obtain the return of two high value Turner paintings, stolen to order by the Serbian mafia, the art museum in Frankfurt effectively paid a bribe. https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/art/news/the-stolen-turners-the-serbian-underworld-and-a-16324m-insurance-job-2314954.html “Operation Cobalt” reads like a thriller or crime film. The legal … Continue reading

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Det Sgt Gary Dalby, Malta and Operation Two Bridges.

Douglas Campbell was drunk on duty the night Daniel Morgan was murdered, hence the loss of the “golden hour” at the “Golden Lion” in Sydenham. Campbell’s daughter (privately and expensively educated) had fallen in with “the wrong crowd” therefore Campbell … Continue reading

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“The Phoenix” and the Daniel Morgan murder cover up.

Excellent article from our correspondent in Angola. Mr Rees is not a cockney but a Yorkshire born chap of Welsh heritage. The description of Derek Haslam ought to be amended, not so much police spy, with the connotations of danger … Continue reading

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