Having a fraudster such as Mark Williams-Thomas assist with one’s case does nothing for Alastair Morgan’s credibility.
Eight minutes in and Kevin Lennon’s testimony, it was discreditted by O’Loan.
29 minutes in and we arrive at the possible motive. Again, O’Loan dismissed the Belmont robbery theory. Most plausibly, Daniel Morgan was murdered by Z31 (ex P.C Fintan Creaven) as a contract killing due to “women trouble” or a connection to small time drug dealing and the Bonnici cartel of Gozo. Other possible candidates for wielding the fatal weapon are Barry Wilmot, or Tony MacLean both former Metropolitan Police.
32 minutes and Sir Stanley Burnton. He was O’Loan’s predecessor and was “got at”.
37 minutes and Alastair omits naming ex Det Con Haslam, whose actions forced Alan “Taffy” Holmes to commit suicide. Haslam became obsessed with smearing higher ranking police and others.
38 minutes, and the Channel 4 film/documentary “Collapse”. Let us hope Bruce Goodison does not bury his reputation with an exculpation of ex Det Ch Supt Dave Cook.
39 minutes, Alastair still stating that the late Glenn Vian was the killer, why no death bed confession, why no DNA evidence?
Now from the ridiculous to the sublime and yet another excellent article from journalist maven Michael Gillard. I was always wary of Allyson MacVean now it looks as if her connection to “The Untouchables” taints her work.