Virtually every sentence in this “Byline” article is incorrect, Peter Jukes begins with an error, Derek Haslam was never in the CID (indeed, he holds the record for most failed attempts).
Andre Frank Baker’s dinner of 9 January 2003 is coming back to haunt him. When not being head of security at the Shard, Baker is busy covering up. Alex Marunchak was editor of the Irish edition of the News of the World. Marunchak also connected to Ian Hurst (a proven fantasist) who falsely claimed to have handled “Stakeknife“. The surveillance of Jacqui Hames and ex Det Ch Supt Dave Cook was due to “Southern Investigations” being tasked to dig into police corruption. Cook, of course, was central to the framing of Jonathan Rees, of “Southern” in the Daniel Morgan murder. Rees still awaits adequate compensation, along with others.
There was no “£250,000” Miami drugs importation, nor even a £40,000 one. Jukes was duped by Haslam (as Tom Harper, in addition to others, were previously). Operation Abelard II was sabotaged internally. This leads us to who did actually murder Morgan? Dave Johnston thought Fintan Creaven the prime suspect. Whomever it was, they were at the time in the Metropolitan Police.
Johnston and Baker were both close to John Stevens and John Yates. The corruption reaches to the top echelons of New Scotland Yard.