Operation Tiberius and the innocence of Paul Auger.

This blog is happy to state that Paul Auger, named in the unredacted “Operation Tiberius” copy which is so popular, was identified (incorrectly) as corrupt. No blame can be attached or proportioned to him. It goes to prove how inaccurate the Metropolitan Police are in “intelligence gathering”.

Indeed, if, as with Peter Jukes and New Scotland Yard, they use Derek G Haslam as a source, we ought not to be surprised that more miscarriages of justice, such as those of Jonathan Rees, Sid Fillery and the Vian Brothers, do not crop up. Who’s the Daddy?


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Sir David Maddison, obituary.

Very sad to hear of the passing of a great Judge, Sir David Maddison. He played a major role in the acquitting of innocent men who had been framed by the police.


Not only was Maddison pivotal in the Daniel Morgan murder case, but also in the retrial of Ched Evans who was falsely accused of rape. Ched, infamously became the focal point of a campaign by “Jean Hatchet” who was outed as Yvonne Radstone, a part time teacher at Lady Manners School, Bakewell. Hatchet (Radstone) embezzled funds and claimed to have cancer, she was a former Tory Cllr in Fulwood, (as Vonny Watts) who left for Labour before being ejected under a cloud.

Condolences to the Maddison family.


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Paul Auger, Operation Tiberius (unredacted).

This blogge wishes to state, uncategorically, that Paul Auger is totally innocent. Why did I publish the unredacted “Operation Tiberius” report? Primarily to show that the Metropolitan Police get it spectacularly wrong. “Intelligence” is divided into four sections, A,B,C and you’ve guessed it, D. These categories are little more than pub gossip. My own PNC entry has “keyboard warrior” and “dangerous and violent prisoner” (go figure).

Another reason for publishing is to bring pressure on New Scotland Yard to arrest ex Det Ch Supt Dave Cook and ex Det Con Derek G Haslam, plus others involved in trying to fit up Jonathan Rees, the Vian Brothers and others. Also, “Special Agent Sybil Fawlty” passed the report on to me, well, Sybil, it is the least I can do.

Finally, if the Met are worried about the leak all I can say is “Nothing to hide? Nothing to fear!” It cuts both ways Cressida. Muy bien.

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P.C Jamie A Haslam of King’s Lynn and death in custody of Mr Higgins.

Britain has the worst record in Europe of deaths in custody. For those of us who are passionate about such things, plus mental health, the final moments of Chris Higgins make harrowing reading.

He was then restrained by police using CS gas, put in a martial arts restraint hold, hit several times with a baton, and then left in handcuffs and leg braces, surrounded for some time by police officers, with no mental health staff present for some 30 minutes.*

The last person to speak to Mr Higgins was P.C James (or Jamie) Haslam who lives in the the Downham Market area, but works in King’s Lynn. His sister, Lindsey Eastwood, is a hospital cleaner, at the location where Mr Higgins died, or was murdered. Haslam bragged about “getting a nutter” soon before Mr Higgins death. When the topic was raised with Chief Constable Simon Bailey, of Norfolk, all knowledge of the death in custody was denied.

Haslam and Bailey are both in the same affinity lodge of “worshipful brothers”.

  • Inquest.



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Ibori and Sasha Wass, Q.C (hidden evidence).

One might be starting a degree in Law, at Oxford, or beginning to read Medicine at Cambridge, but one thing remains, solid facts. Evidence in the James Ibori case went “missing” just as it did with Jonathan Rees, and the Vian Brothers, who recently won £414,000 from the Metropolitan Police, and has more good news coming.

Sasha Wass, Q.C, hid evidence which could have exonerated the innocent, at the behest of New Scotland Yard. Even as I type, disgraced ex Det Ch Supt Dave Cook is unsuccessfully trying to wriggle out of a looming doom. Wass could convince him that a plea of mental illness will not work this time – instead Cook’s hope would to not to stand alone in the dock. Whatever the result, it bodes ill for Old Bill.


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Daniel Morgan “Independent” Panel

O’Loan is tainted by association with bent police such as Jarratt, Mahaffey, Cook and others, so what hope if any, are we to expect from the long delayed panel? Not much, it appears, due to the “golden hour” being lost by Det Supt Douglas Campbell’s inefficiency and insobriety, and the panel’s reliance on what Al Morgan’s half Jamaican, alcoholic, chain smoking “pal” deemed the testimony of a “professional mourner”. The most reliable theory for Daniel Morgan’s murder would indicate cuckoldry, the “Aussie Paul” line of inquiry was never followed. Other than that? The Bonnicci drugs syndicate in Malta.

The panel should take a closer examination of Operation Abelard and the words of Bryan Madagan, Dan Morgan’s former employer, pre “Southern Investigations” days. To quote “as I said earlier Dan was always bragging”. There was no £250,000 from Fleet Street about a police corruption scandal. What of the role of Noel Beswick? Or the dubious goings on of Det Sgt Gary Dalby (see Goggzilla passim and the shagfest with Heather Stangoe, Q.C).

Now we arrive at the press, and dealings with the panel. Irish readers will be agog to know that Alex Marunchak played a small part.




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And Cheema-Grubb makes six.

My take on the recent “Private Eye” page 39 piece. Page 40 has a good piece on Gurpal Virdi a whistle blower.

“The Metropolitan Police has been ordered to pay £150,000 punitive damages to three men for the egregious and shameful behaviour of the senior detective who fitted them up for the notorious murder of Daniel Morgan in 1987. High court judge Mrs Cheema-Grubb said former Det Ch Supt Dave Cook had suborned the evidence of Gary Eaton, a mentally unstable supergrass (AND DRUG ADDICT) and falsely presented him as an eyewitness to the murder scene.

Jonathan Rees, Morgan’s business partner, and Glenn and Garry Vian were immediate murder suspects, but during five police investigations costing more than £50 million (TRY £140 MILLION) no clear evidence was produced of their guilt. Without Cook’s deliberate and cynical manipulation of Eaton there was no basis to lat murder charges against the trio in 2008, said the judge as she awarded Rees and Glenn Vian £104,000 and Garry Vian £104,00 sums that included £50,000 in punitive damages.

In a damning written judgement, she said Cook had repeatedly been warned about his behaviour and had misled superior officer – Axiomatically honest belief in guilt cannot justify prosecuting a suspect on false evidence – there is no place for noble cause justification for corrupt practices in those trusted to uphold the law”.

Cheema-Grubb is the sixth senior judge since 2011 when the murder trial collapsed, to condemn Cook for perverting the course of justice. But for reasons best known to the CPS the former detective seems to have escaped justice.

Last November prosecutors said there was insufficient evidence to prosecute him. Rees appealed pointing out that one of his co-defendants Sid Fillery a former Met detective who had briefly investigated the Morgan murder had been charged with perverting the course of justice based solely on Eaton’s tainted words. After the trial collapsed, Fillery was awarded £100,000 including punitive damages.

But on 13th June the CPS again ruled out charged saying that Cook’s conduct didn’t reach the high level of culpability calculated to injure the public interest and so as to call for condemnation and punishment. That reasoning was flatly contradicted by Cheema-Grubb when he awarded damages against the police designed to punish and deter others from misconduct which was, she concluded a particularly gross breach of public trust”

Two errors – Eaton was a mentally ill drug addict and the cost thus far is £140 million. Apart from that, quite accurate.


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