Tag Archives: Metropolitan Police

Stephen Lawrence murder – Grieve and questions.

This may come back to bite the Metropolitan police. https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-23208724 The covert bugging of Duwayne Brooks, Stephen Lawrence pal, who was with him at the time of the murder, raises questions. Brooks was at his solicitors, Deighton Guedella of Islington, … Continue reading

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Stephen Lawrence murder – DAC John Grieve.

Greetings to Antipodean readers, it must be midnight over there. A quick post today focusing on why DAC John Grieve failed to search for clothing in his follow up investigation – he failed to submit the clothing that the initial … Continue reading

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Stephen Lawrence murder – delays in the case of Bullock, Crampton, Isley and Weedon.

What are the CPS playing at? It is an intolerable situation that four former police are stymied in their attempts to clear their names. Six long years have passed and, as with Jonathan Rees trying to obtain adequate compensation in … Continue reading

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Yates and the Groovy gang.

Another good article from Mr Gillard on “The Up Setter”. This time, dealing with SERCs and the fall out over Neil Putnam’s confessions. John Yates is implicated. What of the Groovy Gang, Kingston, O’Connell and Reynolds? The CCRC were unimpressed … Continue reading

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“Broken Yard” by Tom Harper.

Chapter One deals with the Stephen Lawrence murder, and quite a minor mistake. It had no connection to Eltham but to Kidbrooke. Eltham divides into thirds, Palace (very posh), Park (middle) and North, the A2, mostly white working class worthies, … Continue reading

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P.C Fintan Creaven, delay, DNA and Daniel Morgan’s murder.

Why hasn’t New Scotland Yard released the results of familial DNA from #Z31, ex P.C Fintan Creaven? Creaven died in 2003 and is buried not far from where I am typing this in County Galway. Creaven was known for using … Continue reading

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Daily Mail – Daniel Morgan, Lord Watson and Ian Hurst.

The following article has more holes than a Swiss cheese. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11289773/Mail-rejects-celebrities-claims-intrusion.html The Kim James case is alluded to – but not the deletion of another voice on the tape recording, that of notoriously bent half Jamaican ex Det Con “Reds” … Continue reading

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Byline bashing Sir Mark Rowley.

An “unattributed source” at the Metropolitan Police has commented on Sir Mark Rowley’s fitness to lead New Scotland Yard. Regular readers will recall that Byline is the fiefdom of Peter Jukes. Jukes links to ex Det Ch Supt Dave Cook, … Continue reading

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Vicissitudes of power – the Home Secretary, anonymity and the Daniel Morgan murder.

The theatre was packed as the Rt Hon Suella Braverman entered half an hour late due to a “suspect package” near the venue. The meeting began with Nicola Richards asking the Home Secretary about her life and career. Opening question … Continue reading

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“Broken Yard” and Stephen Lawrence.

Firstly to Tom Harper’s new book which I will probably treat myself to for Xmas. “Broken Yard” details many incidents which New Scotland Yard would rather forget. Not least, the murder of Daniel Morgan and the subsequent poor policing and … Continue reading

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