Asil Nadir and the Supreme Court.

Cyprus watchers will be eager to find out what happens when Asil Nadir goes to the Supreme Court.

With non disclosure impacting on many high profile cases (such as the Rees and Vians appeal next month) attention turns to perjury, perverting the course of justice, the dubious role of Michael Francis and police culpability.


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Dial D for Davies

Firstly, an apology. Mr and Mrs Davies have nothing to do with a huge case of police corruption, they merely bought a house, they are chatty and informative so I wish them the best. Now to Max Mosley (he has nothing to do with Mr and Mrs Davies either).

Mosley has just been roasted by Cathy Newman on Channel 4. Mosley backs Tom Watson. You remember, the M.P who sent texts of a dubious nature to a nubile young staffer. Mosley committed perjury over a 1960’s pamphlet. Mosley links to Peter Jukes and one wonders whom exactly is financing “Resisting Hate”?


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Gozo to Croydon

The connection between the mafia in Malta and London date back to the late 1940’s. The drugs route from Malta, through Italy and France to England is also known. Rumours spin that Daniel Morgan may have been mixed up with a woman in Malta, foolhardy at best.

Reading David Bray’s “Daniel Morgan, Southern Investigation” page 111 and Newby, the office manager mentions a “heavy phone call” from Malta, leaving Morgan sweating. West Yorkshire Police, the most corrupt in northern England, were mixed up with Morgan’s trip to Malta and Gozo.

Page 17 of Jukes “Untold Murder” mentions Morgan as a “marked man”.

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Well it looks as though the chapter “Guanaboa to Croydon” will have to be rewritten. Francis Willoughby Haslam born in 1910, possibly in Trelawny, Jamaica. Arrived in England during the mid 1920’s and in Merton, 1939, with a white wife, Ellen Joan (nee Stow). After draft dodging and hiding out in the Loughborough area where his eldest child, Maureen, was born, he returned to London after the war. Died in Croydon, 1982.

Ellen Joan shuffled off the mortal coil in Sept 1991, at 57, Swallowdale, Ashen Vale, Seldson, South Croydon where she amassed an estate of £120,000 not bad going, and where her son, Derek hid out briefly after his involvement in the death of Alan “Taffy” Holmes and numerous cases of perjury. Mi cyaan believe it. Jah, dutty Babylon.



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9 March 1987.

Daniel Morgan was murdered on the night of 10th March, 1987, in the car park of the “Golden Lion” public house, Sydenham. The previous  night he was also at the same pub.

Page 20 of “Untold – the Daniel Morgan murder” by Alastair Morgan and Peter Jukes states that “It was the first time that Daniel and Rees had drunk together at the Golden Lion”.

Page 42 of “Daniel Morgan, Southern Investigations” by David Bray mentions “Daniel was not a regular and did not drink at the Golden Lion. He is only known to have visited the Golden Lion on two separate occasions, the 9th and 10th of March 1987”.

Gillard and Flynn in “The Untouchables” make no mention of the night before the murder. More is coming to light – Daniel Morgan bought drugs for his brother Alastair at the Lion pub, and the motive for the murder is shifting from the Metropolitan Police version touted by Jukes (corruption being uncovered) to the more plausible links Morgan had with the Bonnicci syndicate of Malta, or the jealous spouse line. It was expedient for New Scotland Yard to fit up Jonathan Rees and the Vian brothers, yet £140 million wasted accomplished nothing, save for the largest civil appeal in British legal history, to be heard in April.

Update. Page 23 of “Untold” deals with the night of the murder. “The barmaid saw a man fitting Daniel’s description buy two packets of crisps” and Page 168 of Bray (Chapter 22 entitled “Ladies man”) deals with Day Two of the Morgan inquest. No mention made of the barmaid stating Morgan was bothering her, chatting her up. “Untouchables” omitted this too.

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Jarratt, Worboys, Goggzilla.

Someone is afraid, very afraid. Is it connected to proven police perjury at Jobstown and Rossport, or collusion in the murder of Eddie Fullerton? Ought we to examine corrupt judges and T.D’s perhaps? Let us settle upon developments, today, in the case of R v Worboys and ex Det Ch Supt Chris Jarratt, who, in addition to failing to investigate rape allegations, also handled Derek Haslam (witness protection, but lives in Downham Market) and connects to Chief Constable and worshipful brother (nonce) Simon Bailey.

Jarratt has a track record of mendacity and now works on Metropolitan Police cold cases when not with “Iconic London Taxi tours”. The Worboys case raises many serious legal issues, indeed, in April we will see a £4 million (OK I exaggerate, £3.9 million) appeal against New Scotland Yard. Failure to investigate, ex Det Ch Supt Dave Cook (Mr Jacqui Hames) use of supergrasses, illegal methods, and non disclosure) plus £140 million wasted on trying to fit up and frame Jonathan Rees, in addition to Garry and Glenn Vian, plus other nasty things.

I would ask Sybil about my missing letters (hilarious in joke, I’ll tell you after April) but I am off to County Mayo, to drink cider.

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Operation Kenova, Stakeknife and Scappaticci.

Where does one begin to rip apart the Grauniad account of Henry McDonald?

Scappaticci was Kerbstone, not Stakeknife. Ian Hurst has been totally discreditted and now earns a living touting for plod, plus other nasty habits (dog fights, anyone?) Hurst also sells folks details.

Hurst was never a commissioned officer, merely a Sergeant, immediately before being dismissed from the Intelligence Corps.

Mention is made of Chief Constable of Bedfordshi*e, John Boucher. “Justice for Leon Briggs” anyone? Next Pamela Fist Aitchison. Meanwhile a photo Max “Mr Whippy” Mosley, linked to Hurst is anxious about.

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