Author Archives: Ciaran Goggins

Justified – Cressida Dick inherits a mess.

Has anyone else noticed that the only person awarded money (thus far) in the latest chapter of the Daniel Morgan murder cover up, is an ex policeman, Sid Fillery? Divide and conquer seems to be the Met’s message of the … Continue reading

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Farewell to sanity.

One must feel sorry for the late Dr Thomas Farewell, New Scotland Yard’s tame psychiatrist in house mental health chief. In October 1989 he had to find out how sane Det Con Derek G Haslam was, and came up with … Continue reading

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Rees and others v The Met.

Mitting has dug a deep hole for himself, post “Plebgate” along with Holroyde and Rafferty, he is now linked to police corruption. In his ruling he uses arcane legal cases to exculpate bent CPS maven Stuart Simpson – and fails. … Continue reading

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Sid Fillery wins.

His Honour Justice Mitting (to whom I will return) ruled that Jonathan Rees and the Vian Brothers were not subject to malicious police actions. However, the fourth member of the group, ex Det Sgt Sid Fillery, won part of his … Continue reading

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Austin Allegros we have known.

I was just about to log off when I noticed that Peter Jukes was having another episode of mental debility. It is enough to make one run to Doctor Thomas shouting “Farewell to sanity!”. No, Mr Jukes, Piers Morgan does … Continue reading

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Porridge revisit’d.

The blog site dealing with North Wales Police corruption is usually good, but today rehashed some distinctly old rumours. https://pressganguk.wordpress.com/2017/02/11/porridge/ On Monday (tomorrow) Justice Mitting (Plebgate) will begin to assess the evidence on the largest civil action in British legal … Continue reading

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Insp Brian Sheeran and “Bullshire Strikes Back”.

With the hiatus in the trial of the century until Friday, we move from Vian & ors v Commissioner of police – and the use of highly questionable witnesses, plus Asst Commissioner John Yates attempts to exculpate himself from an … Continue reading

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