As it has gone quiet on the Daniel Morgan murder cover up front at present, I thought that Goggzilla ought to look at Article 10 of the ECHR, namely, freedom of speech. With Julian Assange, Britain’s foremost political prisoner, in the news, it may be propitious. The background to Yildrim v Turkey is free expression, at this point I must add that I have nothing negative to say about Kemal Ataturk.
There are similarities between the use of suppression orders by the Turkish regime and D notices in the UK. Both add up to the gagging of dissenting views. Yildrim was awarded 7500 Euros (initial claim 10,000 Euros) this brings to mind the fact that one must pay what one owes. With Jonathan Rees and the Vian Brothers that is £3.9 million, in addition to the £414,000 already stumped up by New Scotland Yard for attempting on multiple occasions to fit up the innocent. It would be niggardly to settle for less. Plus the others tangentally involved, let’s say £10 million on top of the £140 million which the Daniel Morgan murder cover up cost thus far.