Monthly Archives: October 2018

The CCRC and Daniel Morgan

Doughty Street Chambers plus most of  the legal establishment are now breathing heavily down the necks of New Scotland Yard. Malicious prosecution and malfeasance in public office are the least that disgraced ex Det Ch Supt Dave Cook has to … Continue reading

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“Nick” alias Carl Survivor, Operation Midland and false claims.

If you are stuck for reading material try Harvey Proctor’s “Credible and true”. I am not a fan of Mr Proctor’s political stance but do hold that we ought to be equal before the law. Currently there is a dichotomy, … Continue reading

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Watsongate about to break (Tom, not Emma).

How much longer will the deputy leader of the Labour party last? There have been (thus far) unsubstantiated rumours of sexting a nubile young female staffer in West Bromwich, who was told not to go public as “the party would … Continue reading

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Interview with an honest cop, Z Division.

The Spycops story is in the news again. Infiltration and sabotage are part and parcel of how New Scotland Yard dealt with and deals with groups it decides are a threat. Take animal rights, the Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty activists … Continue reading

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Alan “Taffy” Holmes and Daniel Morgan.

Laurie Flynn opens the latest addition to Peter Jukes podcast, he is joined by Alastair Morgan. I formerly disliked Mr Jukes, now I merely feel pity for him. His “new evidence” hinges on David Bray’s magnus opus which has been … Continue reading

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