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Matal v Tam

A Supreme Court ruling in Washington, but what are the ramifications for free speech? Can one expect to see a Jamaican reggae band called “The Mulattoes”? It could be enough to drive some folk mad, legal guidelines are needed.  

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Tale of two Rays (the wider web).

One wonders at the delay in Jukes podcast, but episode 2.3 opens with a puzzle. Why steal a valuable Rolex watch merely to bury it? No new evidence is brought forward concerning the suicide of Det Con Alan “Taffy” Holmes, … Continue reading

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Mitting versus Pitchford, Anatomy of a cover up.

To begin with, Peter Jukes dire podcast. Morgan 1 was examined in podcast one yet is regurgitated again. Mr Jukes wants questions, fine, then, “Operation Nigeria and the bugging of Southern Investigations, why did it produce no evidence?” Podcast one … Continue reading

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Professional mourners.

For legal reasons, until after the appeal in the case of “Rees & Vian versus the police” I am keeping redacted Derek Haslam’s own words on Alastair Morgan. Once released they would put an end to Peter Jukes “career” as … Continue reading

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Peter Keeley/Kevin Fulton in London.

Following yesterday’s foray into book reviewing it might be appropriate to continue the literary theme. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Unsung-Hero-Kevin-Fulton/dp/1844545520 In doing so, one may examine the links and roles of Peter Jukes, Ian Hurst, Alex Marunchak and the notorious MI5/PSNI shill Peter Keeley … Continue reading

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“Untold – the Daniel Morgan murder exposed”.

Required reading for all Law faculties – on how not to write a book on crime. Jukes opens his work (it is basically a typed up verbatim podcast script) with a message from Gordon Brown, still smarting at having his … Continue reading

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Guanaboa to Croydon.

His paternal side had recently arrived from the West Indies. His Father, Francis W (also given as Lindo) Haslam, from St Catherine‚Äôs, Jamaica, born 28 June 1879. Records only go back to his Dad, named Robert Johnson Haslam who married … Continue reading

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