Monthly Archives: April 2019

Investigatory Powers Act, Section 56 (1)(b).

Legal issues arising – it is in part connected to non disclosure, which led to the downfall of ex Det Ch Supt Dave Cook, but also – as hacking is in vogue, especially with Peter “The Armenian Shakespeare” Jukes, the … Continue reading

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Lugenpresse, the rehabilitation of Jonathan Rees.

Jonathan Rees and Glenn Vian are inextricably linked to the murder of Daniel Morgan. This is due, in large measure, to the corrupt nature of New Scotland Yard. The main stream media, such as the Guardian, have a vested interest … Continue reading

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Cyber equivalent of Rorke’s Drift.

What is the public perception of Jonathan Rees and others falsely accused such as Glenn Vian? Not positive, and this will be more fully addressed tomorrow (stop crying Cressida). The spotlight needs to turn on proven corrupt cops, such as … Continue reading

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Det Ch Supt Dave Cook, the shadow of the noose.

Is the spurious use of mental illness an excuse to not face one’s consequences? Reticence over what to do with disgraced ex Det Ch Supt Dave Cook (Mr Jacqui Hames) looms large for New Scotland Yard. Cook swore that he … Continue reading

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Stephen Lawrence and Daniel Morgan.

The exculpation of John “O.J” Davidson. New Scotland Yard are getting desperate, and rattled. Much is being made of tenuous allegations that the retired policeman accessed the PNC. Same as P.C Jamie A Haslam of King’s Lynn does now? Mr … Continue reading

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Line of duty.

The BBC 1 Sunday night prime time hit has, as an adviser, David Zinzan. Cast your mind back to Operation Abelard II, which was infiltrated and sabotaged internally. Half Jamaican Derek Haslam stole documents and signed his name “David Haslam” … Continue reading

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If you see Sid, tell him.

Goggzilla loves it when a plan comes together. The last post did indeed get a fact wrong, Douglas Campbell, not Hamish Campbell, was the senior investigator on the night of the Daniel Morgan murder. The rest stands though, Hamish is … Continue reading

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