Quite a lot of emphasis on corrupt ex Det Ch Supt David Cook, yet no mention of his links to fellow Kirkcaldy resident, Gordon Brown. Brown was involved in a dodgy property deal. Odd that Dave Cook was “mentally ill” but able to try and get a book deal.
Cook used Gary Eaton, the failure to provide a “sterile corridor” meant that a junkie with a history of lying was plod’s main witness. Bryan Madagan again featured, stating that Daniel Morgan was frequently bragging about selling stories to Fleet Street. Episode 3 came up to date. 2003 – the Sid Fillery case, the images were planted by Derek G Haslam from his own stash “Haslam was acting suspiciously all day and standing next to Sid’s computer” (interview with Goggzilla by a former colleague).
I will now give my summation. There are only two plausible theories as to why Daniel Morgan, of Southern Investigations, was murdered. Drugs are one, however, nothing to do with Nikolaus Chrastny. They lead on to the repossession of a land rover, a month prior to the murder focusing attention on the Bonnicci cartel of Gozo.
The investigation failed as Campbell was drunk on duty, during the night of the murder, coupled with sloppy, inept policing. That led to Jonathan Rees being “fitted up”.
No attempt was made to discover the role of “Aussie Paul” the left handed partner of one of Morgan’s numerous lovers. “Aussie Paul” was known for owning an axe.
Finally, expect nothing from the Daniel Morgan “Independent” Panel. Wood (Episode 1) is close to Baroness O’Loan, along with other corrupt police such as McHaffey, Jarrett and Yates.