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Not in the public interest? DCS Dave Cook

Public Interest Immunity is an interesting legal concept, however, when it touches on the Metropolitan Police cover up of the Daniel Morgan murder, it takes on a far darker dimension. The CPS decided that ex Det Ch Supt Dave Cook … Continue reading

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Grave offences of dishonesty – ex Det Ch Supt David Imrie-Cook.

I had trouble with the title, not only is ex DCS Dave Cook the Metropolitan Police’s most bent cop (quite an accolade for Mr Jacqui Hames) but he has changed his name (Dave Cook, Dave Imrie Cook no hyphen). The … Continue reading

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Les trois villes – Bolton, Enniskillen, Omagh.

The always excellent “Phoenix” magazine alludes to Kevin Fulton, but what connection (tenuous) does he have to the Daniel Morgan murder cover up? Liam Clarke the far from impartial “Sunday Times” journalist gave Peter Keeley the alias “Kevin Fulton” as … Continue reading

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UVF and the alphabet army, Kevin Fulton.

A fairly short blogge today, it seems that the Garda Siochana/Geisha Sayonara are far from happy about news leaking out concerning Kevin Fulton (alias Peter Keeley). It isn’t Omagh they need to sweat about, but the Enniskillen bombing. That would, … Continue reading

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Turkey and the Yildrim case, ECHR.

As it has gone quiet on the Daniel Morgan murder cover up front at present, I thought that Goggzilla ought to look at Article 10 of the ECHR, namely, freedom of speech. With Julian Assange, Britain’s foremost political prisoner, in … Continue reading

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Royal exclusive, Byline gets it wrong – again.

Usually when one is in a hole, one ought to stop digging. However, the latest installment of Peter Jukes project is cause for mirth, so badly written hat an undergraduate media studies gal could have done better. https://www.bylineinvestigates.com/ Much of … Continue reading

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Soracchi, O’Brien, O’Driscoll and Daniel Morgan.

It might be better to begin, initially, with “Private Eye” and an article on Carlo Neri (Soracchi). Page 39 regales us with the account of his going undercover. On page 38 we are treated to the murder death in custody … Continue reading

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