Tag Archives: Quisling

Det Sgt Gary Dalby, Malta and Operation Two Bridges.

Douglas Campbell was drunk on duty the night Daniel Morgan was murdered, hence the loss of the “golden hour” at the “Golden Lion” in Sydenham. Campbell’s daughter (privately and expensively educated) had fallen in with “the wrong crowd” therefore Campbell … Continue reading

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Rees and Ors v the Met Police, Op Abelard II plus Dalby/Stangoe.

Debriefing began at Noon on 22 January 2007. Det Sgt Douglas Clarke and Det Con Ben Hall. Derek Gordon Poulton (sic). Joined police on 6 August 1973. Mention of Bill Burnett and Gerry Lunnis. Ray Gray arrest. John Crittenden described … Continue reading

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Rees and Ors v The Met

All quiet on the appeals front. Tomorrow may be more fruitful. Queer that Garry and Glenn Vian plus Jonathan Rees did not get any meejah coverage. In Northern Ireland, Judge Gillen will acquiese in giving anonymity to rape trial defendants, … Continue reading

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Isobel Hulsmann – cofion.

It is with deepest sympathy that all involved in the Daniel Morgan murder cover up by the Metropolitan Police announce that his Mother, Isobel Hulsmann, died. That she did not live to see justice is one thing, that her campaign … Continue reading

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Untold – Daniel Morgan murder podcast Series 2, missing Episode 9.

“Public spirited” and “curiosity” are Derek Haslam’s own words to describe his reasons for becoming a paid police informer. After his arrest for death by drink driving, a wish to get revenge on Ray Adams also figures. Ian Hurst is … Continue reading

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“Golden Lion” and Peter Jukes, nutter.

About the only good thing concerning Derek Haslam is how loose lipped he is when drunk. His mention of Alastair Morgan’s suicide bid in Denmark (or was it Sweden?) plus Alastair’s drug taking lead onto an examination of the murder … Continue reading

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