Tag Archives: Irish Republican Army

Ian Hurst and Stakeknife.

Last night’s Panorama dealing with Stakeknife looked at the “Cook Report” from August 1993 and included an interview with Sylvia Jones (genuflects, blesses self). We go from the Beauty to the Beast with the dishevelled figure of Ian Hurst bleating about … Continue reading

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Letter to Felicity.

Dear Felicity, you mentioned Panorama, one hears that their legal department are far from happy with Ian Hurst’s veracity (in other words he is a Walter Mitty). Same goes for Spotlight, BBC Northern Ireland. Attention was drawn to Hurst’s links … Continue reading

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Porridge revisit’d.

The blog site dealing with North Wales Police corruption is usually good, but today rehashed some distinctly old rumours. https://pressganguk.wordpress.com/2017/02/11/porridge/ On Monday (tomorrow) Justice Mitting (Plebgate) will begin to assess the evidence on the largest civil action in British legal … Continue reading

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Ian Hurst, whistle blowing and Stakeknife.

Kevin Winters should know better, Ian Hurst (of iTraceUK and several other dubious companies) had no connection to the “Stakeknife” case. Scappaticci may not have been innocent of some crimes, but he was “Kerbstone” and not the agent misidentified by an … Continue reading

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Ian Hurst and Tom Watson.

The Deputy leader of the Labour party was “too busy” to meet Ian (Lidl version of Walter Mitty) Hurst when the self professed expert on “Stakeknife” was in London. Hurst and a small bald chubster who was his “minder” headed … Continue reading

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Op Caryatid, Op Gloxinia, Kincora.

Is Ian Hurst’s non arrest connected to his dealings with Kincora? Still on an MI5 paylist Bolton’s most notorious debt collector remains tight lipped. Perhaps not for long. What of Operation Caryatid and Op Gloxinia? Someone, somewhere is going to … Continue reading

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Tom Watson and Peter Keeley (Kevin Fulton remix).

My Angolan connection was most interested in my recent blogge post on Tom Watson (deputy of the Labour party, but for how long?) Watson was/is not just over stepping the boundaries regarding the law (which one, the law for the … Continue reading

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