Tag Archives: Fillerygate

Episode 3 “Murder in the car park” More 4.

Quite a lot of emphasis on corrupt ex Det Ch Supt David Cook, yet no mention of his links to fellow Kirkcaldy resident, Gordon Brown. Brown was involved in a dodgy property deal. Odd that Dave Cook was “mentally ill” … Continue reading

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Viewers gripped by “Murder in the car park” Channel 4?

I shall begin this summation of Episode One with minor lucunae – the crisps were Ready Salted not Prawn and Cheese with Onion. A minor consideration, but it bodes ill for Adam Wishart and Bruce Goodison, as these facts are … Continue reading

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Murder in the car park, Channel 4.

Well, the first error spotted, the Daniel Morgan murder debacle cost £140 million, not £30 million. https://www.channel4.com/press/news/murder-carpark-explores-1987-murder-daniel-morgan-most-investigated-unsolved-crime Jim Nally connects to Kevin Fulton (Peter Keeley) it’s a small world. Can we clarify an important matter? Morgan was not about to … Continue reading

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Jim Gamble, Madeleine McCann (and Daniel Morgan).

Jim Gamble has taken up much TV time lately, yet is curiously quiet about his time with the RUC/PSNI. “Operation Ballast” was a white wash, with our old acquaintance, Baroness Nuala O’Loan, close associate of Wood, Woods, Jarratt and other … Continue reading

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“Operation Caryatid” and PNC illegality.

Peter Jukes has been mentioned to me. In the early days he was polite and seemed genuinely interested in finding the murderer of Daniel Morgan. Jukes then was gulled by Derek G Haslam. Indeed, New Scotland Yard sent Haslam in … Continue reading

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Stuart Sampson Q.C and Operations Alperton and Bedingham

Juan Evangelista Narvaez Lopez was a Colombian supergrass whose path crossed that of some interesting characters. It is how Stuart Sampson (formerly of the CPS) and Det Ch Supt David Imrie-Cook link, then how they conspired to stop innocent men … 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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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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Very interesting – Rees, Vian, Fillery and Daniel Morgan compensation.

Still gloating over the financial loss to New Scotland Yard and the fact that their already sullied reputation is in tatters, following Justice Cheema-Grubb’s ruling. Then it struck me that more damage could be inflicted, before I walk off into … Continue reading

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