Tag Archives: Angola

UGLE rumours, Alan “Taffy” Holmes (& Eddie Fullerton assassination).

I wish I had a quid for every “free mason” conspiracy theory connected to the suicide of Alan “Taffy” Holmes. Given the amount of death threats from the police to Goggzilla I seem to have touched a raw nerve. There … Continue reading

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UK cabinet Biosecurity centre.

Our Angolan correspondent drew my attention to this. Arrived late, as I never bother with the Grauniad, but worth a look. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/may/12/former-counter-terror-official-tom-hurd-put-in-charge-new-uk-biosecurity-centre-coronavirus (redacted) source in England that former MOD staff who are registered with SB as people ‘tracers’ have been … Continue reading

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Hewlett Packard, Philip Merrills-Dearn and Twitter.

Back in November 2004, the head of Twitter, Philip Merrills-Dearn, was in hot water with the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal and subsequently fined £5000. Merrills-Dearn used headed HP notepaper, in a disreputable move concerning oil drilling. SOLICITOR MAKES FALSE CLAIMS ‘ … Continue reading

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Who really ran Stakeknife? (Plus Justice for Daniel Morgan).

Operation Kenova looms over Northern Ireland’s rain soaked parishes, Boucher is merely a placeman (remember Leon Briggs?) Boucher is there to exculpate plod. Yes, there was a “psyops” concerning elements of the Stakeknife case and the Notarantonio murder. In 1993, … Continue reading

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Operation Limonium and Operation Bartonia.

Is that why Sasha Wass Q.C keeps cropping up in my inbox? The James Ibori case features along with RISC (Alec Leighton) and also Mr Leighton’s links to exposing FBME wrong doings. A flash blawg today, as I dig further … Continue reading

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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. https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/register/sir-david-maddison-obituary-wjmpldndq Not only was Maddison pivotal in the … Continue reading

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