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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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Ian Hurst – the desperate hours.

Decade old news seems to feature heavily in the demi-monde of Daniel Morgan Twitter groupies, Peter Jukes is posting maniacally. He may well clutch at straws, next month sees the vindication of Jonathan Rees and others in the largest civil … 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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Untold murder – Daniel Morgan, Episode Four.

Peter Jukes opens with dangling a future episode in front of us, just as well given the soporific nature of his most recent podcast. The suicide note of Alan “Taffy” Holmes, and the sole source. Judge for yourself the veracity … Continue reading

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Ian Hurst, “Stakeknife” and the Gruaniad.

Thankfully, McDonald at least states that Ian Hurst was only an NCO (never held a commission as some other poor sources cite) but omits that Hurst’s credibility is zero. From the Smithwick Inquiry to more recent years the Bolton debt … Continue reading

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R v Elliott, CCRC and Kent Police.

I intended to begin with good news about Derek Haslam’s involvement in perjury and abuse of process. Today I heard that the CCRC are looking at the miscarriage of justice in the trial of John Elliott. However Peter Jukes is … Continue reading

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