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50,000 reasons.

Dear Darren, yes it was me you were speaking to, earlier. My point was that, if Daniel Morgan’s murderer is dead, he cannot be prosecuted. New Scotland Yard was obsessed with keeping it’s tawdry reputation from further damage, thus Jonathan … Continue reading

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Volume Three of the Daniel Morgan Independent Panel report.

Chapter Nine “Post Abelard II”. Heather Stangoe Q.C is mentioned, yet not her affair with one of the major police figures in the inquiry. Para 271 – Operation Megan and Chris Mahaffey. Baroness Nuala O’Loan does not state that she … Continue reading

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Chuffed Peter Oborne and “Byline Times”.

Raising a smile today is Peter Oborne and his attachment to “Byline Times”. Notable for white knighting known fantasist Ian Hurst, who, even by Old Bill’s standard is acknowledged as untrustworthy, “Byline” only ever prints knocking copy on Jonathan Rees … Continue reading

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Malta – Bonnici drugs cartel and the Daniel Morgan murder.

After a detour through the Balkans, we are back at police corruption and the Daniel Morgan murder cover up. Means, method, motivation, opportunity, the golden hour was not so much lost by Douglas Campbell, as squandered. He was not “drunk … Continue reading

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Byline, Peter Jukes, errors over Nikolaus Chrastny and the Daniel Morgan murder.

Getting it wrong is a habit for Peter Jukes, but the revelations about how wrong he got it concerning Daniel Morgan are worth waiting for. Goggzilla passim has the “Joe Poulton” (Derek G Haslam) debrief. It was only whilst going … Continue reading

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Les trois villes – Bolton, Enniskillen, Omagh.

The always excellent “Phoenix” magazine alludes to Kevin Fulton, but what connection (tenuous) does he have to the Daniel Morgan murder cover up? Liam Clarke the far from impartial “Sunday Times” journalist gave Peter Keeley the alias “Kevin Fulton” as … Continue reading

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Turkey and the Yildrim case, ECHR.

As it has gone quiet on the Daniel Morgan murder cover up front at present, I thought that Goggzilla ought to look at Article 10 of the ECHR, namely, freedom of speech. With Julian Assange, Britain’s foremost political prisoner, in … Continue reading

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Royal exclusive, Byline gets it wrong – again.

Usually when one is in a hole, one ought to stop digging. However, the latest installment of Peter Jukes project is cause for mirth, so badly written hat an undergraduate media studies gal could have done better. https://www.bylineinvestigates.com/ Much of … Continue reading

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Soracchi, O’Brien, O’Driscoll and Daniel Morgan.

It might be better to begin, initially, with “Private Eye” and an article on Carlo Neri (Soracchi). Page 39 regales us with the account of his going undercover. On page 38 we are treated to the murder death in custody … Continue reading

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All about George Galloway and Tom Watson.

The excellent “Private Eye” has an article on a spat in Westminster. Let us look deeper. As said previously, Tom Watson is desperate to bury what he texted to a nubile young staffer “A complaint would only hurt the Labour … Continue reading

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