Tag Archives: Ian Hurst

Alex Marunchak, Eddie Fullerton, Ian Hurst and Tom Watson.

The deputy leader of the Labour Party, Tom Watson, is in the headlines for all the wrong reasons. What favours did Ian Hurst(Martin Ingram) of “iTraceUK” in Bolton and Peter Keeley (Kevin Fulton) do for Watson? Well, Keeley bugged Alex … Continue reading

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Alec Leighton, FBME and the dodgy Saab brothers.

Alec Leighton is that rarest of commodities, an honest ex policeman. Moreover, his description of Derek G Haslam of Downham Market is accurate, truthful and gynaecologically impossible. “Private Eye” page 37 mentions what is happening with the Saab brothers FBME … Continue reading

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“The Phoenix” and the Daniel Morgan murder cover up.

Excellent article from our correspondent in Angola. Mr Rees is not a cockney but a Yorkshire born chap of Welsh heritage. The description of Derek Haslam ought to be amended, not so much police spy, with the connotations of danger … Continue reading

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Vikram Dodd really (really) gets it wrong.

“Compelling evidence to emerge soon of Vikram Dodd using ex special services to obtain bank accounts and phone records of senior M.P’s and HMG ministers”. Christine Hart was unwittingly duped into what may be termed a blag. It connects to … Continue reading

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“All kinds of everything”, Ford, Harkin, Hurst and Mitting.

Dana’s brother was falsely accused of rape and half of the “Stakeknife Duo” (Greg Harkin, who works for the uber bent Fine Gael party) is having a hard time of it, trying to wriggle away. Harkin assisted Ian “Walter Mitty” … Continue reading

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DCS Dave Cook, Docherty and Hurst.

Much will hinge on the mental state of ex Det Ch Supt Mr Jacqui Hames Dave Cook in the forthcoming appeal in London. Should plod get it wrong, it will cost £4 million to be added to the £140 million … Continue reading

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Operation Kenova, Stakeknife and Scappaticci.

Where does one begin to rip apart the Grauniad account of Henry McDonald? https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/apr/11/stakeknife-double-agent-in-ira-was-given-alibi-by-senior-british-officials 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?) … Continue reading

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