Byline, Peter Jukes, errors over Nikolaus Chrastny and the Daniel Morgan murder.

Getting it wrong is a habit for Peter Jukes, but the revelations about how wrong he got it concerning Daniel Morgan are worth waiting for. Goggzilla passim has the “Joe Poulton” (Derek G Haslam) debrief. It was only whilst going over a decades worth of material that I reread the garbled spooge of Haslam, the genesis of “Byline” (shills for New Scotland Yard) and the last chance for Jukes – theory on Morgan’s murder. The debrief mentioned “Clanski” or “Kranski” and Miami, it was only recently that speech defective ex detective Haslam was translated – Chrastny, as in Nikolaus Maria Chrastny who is now (probably) in Latin America.

Daniel Morgan never knew about Chrastny’s importation of a £440,000 shipment of cocaine (1987 prices). Byline/Jukes/Haslam made a spectacular series of errors.

Haslam/Jukes/Byline – “drugs to be landed on the Norfolk coast by the Provisional IRA”

The truth – drugs sent from Florida to the Azores, then to the Cornish coast and picked up by drug runners.

Morgan’s sole contact with the drugs world was via Malta, plus the land rover he drove with Bray to England. Six hours after it arrived it “went missing” with a large consignment aboard. The night of the Morgan murder an “Italian looking man” was seen loitering by the “Golden Lion”.

I was heartened that others are now using the shorthand “NN” for Haslam (Norfolk Negro) therefore Jukes must be “AA” (Armenian Ass).

Before I move on to Hurst tomorrow, a quick question – how could Nikolaus Chrastny, a criminal who masterminded the largest drugs deal in the Cali and Medellin syndicates history, walk out of West Yorkshire Police’s supposedly highest security location?

About Ciaran Goggins

Defeated UK at ECHR over innocent folks DNA sample retention, spokesman in Justice for Ched Evans campaign, now putting the finishing touches to academic paper on who really murdered Daniel Morgan in 1987.
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