One would have thought that “Operation Midland” would be enough to silence anyone, even a fraudster such as Mark Williams-Thomas. Some acolytes, however yearn for the limelight.
Tom Watson championed fantasist “Nick” alias Carl Beech, by doing so, Watson lost credibility. As to the nubile young staffer and injudicious text messages. “It is not me who will be hurt, if you complain, but the Labour party”.
Rise Films and Ian Hurst – Hurst never had a commission, he was a filing clerk in St Angelo’s barracks, Enniskillen. Hurst’s mortgage fraud (Ballinderry, Carrick on suir, County Tipperary) check with “Bank of Ireland”. Hurst flees to France, buys property in St Nexans, also Castellferro, Spain. His daughter, Enya, married Josh Ainscough last year, the lavish wedding financed by Hurst’s dubious practices of selling voter information back to those he had taken it from, on the electoral list. Hurst and the CSA a “nice little earner”.
Philip Campbell Smith and Rupert Murdoch – Smith bugged Haslam, who, in turn, had bugged “Southern Investigations”.
Eliot Higgins of “Bellingcat” (wholly owned subsidiary of GCHQ and 77th Brigade) white knighted for “Haslem” (sic) and Hurst phone conversation.
Stevens III, Stakeknife, Freddie Scappaticci, the jokers at MI5 would rather this was left alone, in addition to the Eddie Fullerton murder. At this point “Rise TV” need to look at Ian Hurst’s association with Peter Keeley/Kevin Fulton. Is Hurst really worth taking on as a “consultant”? Leveson and Smithwick both alluded to Hurst as “unreliable and untrustworthy” as New Scotland Yard did with Haslam.
Very much a case of “Big boy’s games, big boy’s rules”. Josh is on the right.