Monthly Archives: December 2019

Review of the decade.

The first two years, 2010-12 saw a long drawn out case at the ECtHR in Strasbourg end with a victory over the UK government, the Tories were forced to bring in the so called Freedom Bill, which led to seven … Continue reading

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Pelion upon Ossa, the Ayia Napa false rape claim.

I have previously mentioned Cyprus, usually the northern part, in reference to Asil Nadir who was fitted up by plod. Now I move to Famagusta, and the guilty verdict in the case of F(temporarily redacted) H(temporarily redacted) whose identity is … Continue reading

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Martin Polaine, Alison Margaret Saunders and the Cayman Islands.

“Dame” Alison Saunders ought to have received her gong last year, but the stink over false claims in R v Allan and R v Armstrong were just two of the many rape allegations that dogged her removal from the CPS. … Continue reading

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Malfeasance in public office, Det Ch Supt Dave Cook.

Usually I wouldn’t bother to wipe up dog crap with the Grauniad, but today they had the following article, in light of the upcoming Daniel Morgan murder pay out, it caught my eye. https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2019/dec/26/uk-police-out-of-court-settlements-total-30m-in-four-years Interesting to see Sussex Police quoted … Continue reading

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Det Sgt Martin James (Norfolk), CCRC and Guildford.

The most recent edition of “Private Eye” has arrived at my caravan, so now I can turn to page 18, to read about police corruption in Norfolk, this time Det Sgt Martin James and the “Child M” case. Worshipful brother … Continue reading

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Cressida Dick, Theresa May and the Daniel Morgan murder.

There have been many delays to the Daniel Morgan “Independent” panel, why is that? The aptly named Cressida Dick has her own reasons – one of the Vian Brothers is gravely ill, plus the other two innocent men, who were … Continue reading

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“In a house of lies” Ian Rankin, Insp Rebus and the Daniel Morgan murder.

I am laughing so hard I don’t know where to begin. “In a house of lies” by Ian Rankin (up until now, a respected novelist) is based on the Daniel Morgan murder. Morgan was investigating police corruption? Wrong. Morgan was … Continue reading

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An early Xmas present, Rees and others versus the Metropolitan Police.

After a desultory and insulting “offer” it appears that New Scotland Yard are entering squeaky bum territory. Floods of tears are expected from Cressida Dick, as the Court of Appeal looks anew at compensation for Jonathan Rees and the Vian … Continue reading

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Assange, Arbuthnot and Alison (also Chris Jarratt and John Worboys).

The remoter parts are Ireland are the last to get “Private Eye” so imagine my shock and surprise when I read page 14 and “Wikileaks”. Judge Emma Arbuthnot’s family link to MI6 and yet she was named as the judge … Continue reading

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Asil Nadir, Gecitkale (with justice for Daniel Morgan).

Asil Nadir is now renting Gecitkale airport and is fortunate that Northern Cyprus occupies an ideal location geopolitically. The Turks have taken a decision to post drones there, doubtless to watch Lisa Smyth’s old pals. One wonders if the scum … Continue reading

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