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K.C’s we have known, Beth Grossman (again).

A very rare guest blog post, I have only done this twice in over a decade. Reason? To highlight Beth Grossman, K.C and corruption. Doughty Chambers indeed. Grossman does not connect to the Daniel Morgan murder, but she certainly does … Continue reading

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Do you know this man?

He is being actively sought in connection with elements in the Daniel Morgan murder case. May have links to near Biggin Hill. Perhaps Ian “Walter Mitty” Hurst knows? Or MI6? He was paid by a disgraced ex Det Con who … Continue reading

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22 April – a denouement in the Stephen Lawrence murder?

Are the Crown Prosecution Service waiting until the anniversary of the murder of Stephen Lawrence to either exculpate or end the delay in the cases of scapegoats Bulloch, Crampton, Isley and Weeden? On a slightly related note, is Eliot Higgins … Continue reading

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Jarratt, Worboys and the Daniel Morgan murder.

Chris Jarratt links the bungled John Worboys case and the debacle which became the Daniel Morgan murder investigation. Jarratt mishandled the Worboys series of rapes and was also a handler for ex Det Con “Reds” Haslam, the serial fantasist who … Continue reading

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True Crime Britain podcast – the murder of Daniel Morgan.

Gung hai fa choi, Happy Year of the Rabbit. Another week, another podcast. Only half a dozen errors on this one. Rhiannon Doe, the narrator, tells us, at 11 minutes in, that a Rolex watch was missing went Morgan’s body … Continue reading

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Leveson, Daniel Morgan and Alan “Taffy” Holmes.

There are so many errors here that I will confine myself to the major ones. https://www.meccsa.org.uk/news/three-d-issue-27-leveson-part-two-outstanding-issues-and-unheard-evidence/ Det Ch Supt Dave Cook is/was very close to both Peter Jukes and Eliot Higgins (Higgins runs Bellingcat which in turn is close to … Continue reading

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Private prosecutions – moving the Daniel Morgan murder case to resolution.

There is a log jam, the DNA results of Z31 (ex P.C Fintan Creaven) have not been made public, leading one to presume that the Metropolitan Police are waiting for a bad news day to bury the fact that they … Continue reading

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Phone hacking – Daniel Morgan and Stephen Lawrence.

The “Daily Mail” is facing quite a grim future. After the murder of Daniel Morgan of “Southern Investigations” his partner, Jonathan Rees, was the focal point of a fitting up by ex Det Ch Supt Dave Cook (Mr Jacqui Hames). … Continue reading

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What links the Daniel Morgan and Stephen Lawrence murders?

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, … Continue reading

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The nature of prejudice, from the Daniel Morgan murder to Lord Lucan.

A cursory glance at the calendar and I note that it is, perhaps, time to move on from the Daniel Morgan murder (apart from tying up some remaining loose ends). Just finished “A different class of murder” by Laura Thompson … Continue reading

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