Maltese connection, the Daniel Morgan murder.

Time to return to the Daniel Morgan murder and examine some claims, some far fetched, others less so.

Is Roger Cottrell close to the truth? Mention of Tom Watson leads one to think not, whilst Kincora is a national disgrace (it connects far more to Stakeknife than to Morgan) Watson was mired in his links to Jukes and by association, bent ex Det Ch Supt Dave Cook (Mr Jacqui Hames). Incidentally the Duke of York is not a paedophile. He is an ephebophile.

Bryn Estyn – I covered this years ago. North Wales Police were deeply involved, not only disgraced Det Ch Supt Gordon Anglesea but also “Sine Favore” affinity lodge.

Rupert Murdoch had no role in the Morgan murder, nor any of the other conspiracy theories. He did not order Jill Dando assassinated, he is not a shape shifting giant lizard from Rigel VII.

There is likewise, no connection between the “cabal” of police who investigated Morgan’s murder and Kenneth Noye. Robert Calvi’s assassins were not part of the Morgan murder debacle. The most plausible of the theories for the Morgan murder is a drugs deal gone wrong. Morgan had been to Gozo to repossess a land rover. When it arrived in England, a consignment of drugs from the Bonnici syndicate was missing. The sole other theory that holds water is that ex P.C Fintan Creaven (Z31) murdered Morgan, after being paid to by a jealous husband.

In conclusion, Stephen Lawrence – many of the dramatis personae were the same in the Morgan and Lawrence murder investigations, the same locations, same police. To conflate this and cobbled a conspiracy together is myopic. Ray Adams was not named in the MacPherson report as no evidence, facts or proof accrued to him.

About Ciaran Goggins

Defeated UK at ECHR over innocent folks DNA sample retention, spokesman in Justice for Ched Evans campaign, now researching who really murdered Daniel Morgan in 1987, also the Stephen Lawrence and Lord Lucan cold cases.
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