Open letter to Liz Truss – the Daniel Morgan murder.

Dear Liz, I am sure that you are busy, but due to your high profile in the Tory leadership contest, certain facts need to be placed in the public domain, here goes.

You did nothing about endemic police corruption in Norfolk. I attach a letter from Haslam, a former constituent, whose son, P.C James A Haslam, of Kings Lynn and Downham Market, illegally accesses the PNC amongst other crimes.

Haslam, Senior, was dismissed from the Metropolitan Police on grounds of mental illness. Ray Gray himself stated that he was an unreliable witness, only a serial fantasist such as Haslam would give credence to a man such as Gray who was “constantly out of his head on drugs”.

The suicide of Alan “Taffy” Holmes comes to bear on inaction by Norfolk Police over internal corruption. Holmes and Daniel Morgan barely knew each other. Regarding the £6400 security system installed at Haslam’s old address, it worked. Posing as “Sue Shack” Haslam attempted to blackmail a married couple, both serving in The Met. Within minutes armed Norfolk Police arrived as they stood outside his Southery address.

He has a brother in the Orpington area, David Haslam, a disgraced Tory Cllr. “Derek” Haslam also mentions another serial fantasist, Ian Hurst, currently making a living in Bolton selling folks back their own electoral list details. Hurst owns property in St Nexans, France and Castelferro, Spain. Do you condone such illicit activity?

If you can drag yourself away from Kwasi Kwartang, can we conclude? Ex Tory Cllr Vonny Radstone is an embezzler in Sheffield, isn’t that illegal?

Chief Constable Simon Bailey retired the day before the Daniel Morgan Independent panel report was published. You did nothing about Norfolk police corruption, on the other hand, you ignored Haslam (as Baroness O’Loan did).

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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