Tag Archives: Irish Republican Army

Stephen John Mooney, pass the vaseline.

The IOPC – Independent Office of Police Collusion, Corruption, Cock ups is going to be busy with the fall out of a high profile case and HHJ Mooney. I shall be somewhat reticent as “Private Eye” has a habit of … Continue reading

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Death in Belfast – the Scappaticci myth.

The excellent “Hush Hush” on page 7 of the latest edition of the “Phoenix” magazine has nailed it, concerning the fog surrounding the murder of Francis Notarantonio, plus related matters. Much hinges of the date that Freddie Scappaticci was stood … Continue reading

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Walter Mitty (Lidl style) Ian Hurst, Operation Kenova and Stakeknife.

As ex Det Ch Supt Dave Cook recedes as a target, having been torpedoed by Justice Cheema-Grubb, attention turns to the Kim James case. Moreover, culpability in the framing of Jonathan Rees. A bug was placed in “Southern Investigations” by … Continue reading

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Operation Ballast and Jim Gamble.

My secretary, Mrs Tracey Chutney, brought to my attention that Jim Gamble, QPM, VC and UFF, is far from happy. The thing with police corruption in the British Isles is, once a strand is pulled, the whole lot comes apart. … Continue reading

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IRA double agent Stakeknife, William Ramsey and Ciaran Goggins.

I had the great honour and pleasure of doing a podcast with Californian lawyer, William Ramsey. Stakeknife was undoubtedly Scappaticci and also responsible for ensuring that assassinations directed ultimately by MI5/MI6 went ahead. Post ceasefire (1994) an industry has grown … Continue reading

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Alex Marunchak and Operation Kenova.

Some points to bear in mind for tomorrow. Margaret Keeley, wife of Peter Keeley (alias Kevin Fulton) claimed to be on the run for her life, while Scappaticci (Stakeknife) was after her. She was working quite openly, at the Buttercrane … Continue reading

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Rembrandt and Vermeer, Ellis, Hill and an art theft theory.

At first it reads like a cheap novel, James “Whitey” Bulger, late of Boston, and the theft of two high value Old Masters. Charles Hill is correct that there is a niche whereby stolen art is used as currency. https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2018/nov/04/whitey-bulger-linked-to-boston-art-heist-paintings-in-irelandContinue reading

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