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How much flak can one man take? One feels almost sorry for Det Insp Noel Beswick, who played an integral part in trying to fit up Jonathan Rees of “Southern Investigations”, along with the Vian Brothers, in the Daniel Morgan murder debacle.
Digging into Beswick’s activity brings us to the rain soaked, overcast fields of Northern Ireland.
The more one digs, the murkier it gets, suffice to say that serial fantasist Ian Hurst (Martin Ingram) gets a look in. Samuel Jay Rosenfeld is also known as Thomas Doheny. He links to Peter Keeley (Kevin Fulton) now a photographer in London. Fulton (Keeley) is, in addition, trying to convince New Scotland Yard that carrot is preferable to stick.
What of Det Insp Anthony Moore, so heartily endorsed by Jacqui Hames? Jacqui, was, of course, Mrs Dave Cook. Cook eschewed legal process, in order to cut corners and frame Jonathan Rees, the erstwhile business partner of Daniel Morgan. Mr Rees had to endure much at the corrupt and venal hands of Dave Cook. Perhaps Jonathan Rees could ensure that Cook faces a charge of “psychological GBH”? The rot reaches to the pinnacle of the Metropolitan Police, John Yates and John Stevens level.