Controlling the narrative, something Peter Jukes and New Scotland Yard (same thing really) are trying to do, with the Daniel Morgan murder. Step forward Andy Gardner of the “Mirror” with this highly inaccurate account.
Now, “Line of duty” is popular, I shall settle down tonight and watch, but how close are they to actually getting near the truth?
“Believed to have been probing police corruption” – no evidence or proof for this, merely Jukes and his sole source Haslam, trying to get a potboiler out of the “Untold” podcast. Motive for murder? Either adultery or a connection to the Bonnici drugs cartel, Malta.
David Zinzan is mentioned, after Goggzilla outed him. Zinzan is one of the bent cabal in “The Untouchables”. Alastair Morgan, recovering drug addict and ex psychiatric patient, was dubbed by Haslam as “a professional mourner on £30,000 a year” (see Poulton debrief). However, the grim reality that his brother was murdered over a sordid affair, or because he was too close to a drugs importation that went wrong, a narrative plod find inconvenient. The more accurate narrative, alas, is that the murderer was in the Metropolitan police at the time, hence the five (deliberately) bungled and malicious investigations.