Another excellent article from Michael Gillard at “The Upsetter”. This time he focuses on a spat between Burrows and Johnson. Graham Johnson had a walk on part with regard to “Southern Investigations” and a falling out with Morgan’s business partner, Jonathan Rees (who still, apparently, has not been given adequate compensation after disgraced ex Det Ch Supt Dave Cook tried fitting Rees up).
Johnson is a pal of Brian Cathcart who wrote a major work on the Stephen Lawrence murder. (Why have the CPS and NCA dragged their feet over the case of Bulloch, Crampton, Isley and Weeden?)
Michael Gillard alludes to Ian Hurst (misspelled as Hirst). Hurst is a Walter Mitty character who was dismissed as a serial fantasist by the Smithwick inquiry, in addition to Leveson. Hurst makes a living by selling folks their own electoral list details – by doing underhand work for the CSA (Child Support Agency, not Confederate States of America) and other criminal acts. He is currently under the wing of MI5/6.
Now on to theft, whether Prince Harry’s DNA or, as in the case of Hurst’s close associate ex Det Con Reds Haslam, a photo of Prince William whilst at RMAS. Haslam and Hurst get on well, both are serial fantasists. Both have property portfolios (Hurst – Bolton, St Nexans and Castelferro, Haslam, a half West Indian ex psychiatric patient quoted by Harper – half a dozen gaffs in Norfolk and an erstwhile kip in Goa).
Many of the murder squad in Sydenham were also dealing with Kidbrooke. Some try and draw an inference from this, where, bluntly, none exists. Likewise, much tosh is written about the suicide of Alan “Taffy” Holmes. Haslam pressured Holmes into verballing up an innocent senior rank. Holmes then killed himself.