Tag Archives: PSNI/RUC

Tom Watson, Operation Arbacia and R v Elliott.

Tom Watson has been busy. The disgraced ex deputy leader of Labour (Operation Midland) hired Ian “Walter Mitty” Hurst (alias Martin Ingram, Captain James Rennie of SAS)  and Peter Keeley (Kevin Fulton) to hack into the computer of Alex Marunchak. … Continue reading

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Tom Watson resignation.

As Goggzilla wrote last month, what is going on with the Metropolitan Police shill, and Labour deputy leader (until 8 pm yesterday) Tom Watson? Resigning for “personal reasons”, the Operation Midland debacle did nothing, save torpedo his credibility. Also, what … Continue reading

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JY Associates (John Yates, New Scotland Yard).

Before I pop over to England tomorrow morning, I thought I’d help my diligent readers by digging into the affairs of top cop (bent cop) John Yates. JY Associates is of course, linked to John Michael Yates, who tried to … Continue reading

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Orpington Conservatives rocked by scandal.

2019 opens with revelations of infighting amongst Tories that could rock Bromley and adjoining parts of Kent. It appears that David (President for life) Haslam of Biggin Hill is accusing prominent Conservatives of bullying and sexual discrimination. Given that all … Continue reading

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Watsongate about to break (Tom, not Emma).

How much longer will the deputy leader of the Labour party last? There have been (thus far) unsubstantiated rumours of sexting a nubile young female staffer in West Bromwich, who was told not to go public as “the party would … Continue reading

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Chris Jarratt and John Worboys, Tom Watson and Leichtenstein.

Site stats are booming and I almost forgot to mention that the “Black cab rapist” John Worboys is in the news again. Ex Det Ch Supt Chris Jarratt headed the fiasco which failed to catch Worboys, but Jarratt had much … Continue reading

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Tom Watson, Harvey Proctor, Operation Midland and “Nick”.

Mr Littlejohn refers to Tom Watson as the “nonce finder general”. After the identity of “Nick” was blown (Blogspot, Livejournal and WordPress, outside Britain) as an NHS manager in Gloucestershire, what will become of the Deputy Leader of Labour? Especially … Continue reading

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Gordon Brown, Peter Jukes and John Ford (no, not that one).

Poor Byline are indeed scrapping the barrel. Not content with rubbishing innocent men such as Jonathan Rees and the Vian Brothers, now they turn to John Ford. https://www.byline.com/project/90/article/2077 It raises the question of what was Gordon Brown doing? Brown hates … Continue reading

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Sir John Stevens of Quest, MI5 and Max Spanky Mosley.

What’s going on? The inept and incompetent former head of the Metropolitan Police, Sir John Stevens, now of “Quest” is, like his equally corrupt chums, ex Det Ch Supt Chris Jarratt and erstwhile boss of Norfolk Constabulary, Andy Hayman, making … Continue reading

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Gordon Brown and Leveson 2.

Was reading a blogge by Hina earlier, as with many others, she repeats mistakes. There was no evidence that Daniel Morgan was looking into police corruption. The probable cause of his murder? Maltese (and not Colombian) drug dealers. Or cuckoldry. … Continue reading

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