Tag Archives: Rupert Murdoch

Untold – Cambridge Analytica

Peter Jukes latest venture seems doomed to failure, based as it is on tenebrous material from dubious sources. Let us examine Gordon Brown – whose dodgy property deal went mostly unnoticed, unlike Tony Blair and that (redacted) cottaging offence in … Continue reading

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“You are going to die for grassing up Alan Holmes”.

Byline have been busy with the fallout from the Phone Hacking stories around News International. https://www.byline.com/column/68/article/2036 It is a pity that they could not be more accurate. Jacqui Hames was a legitimate target, she was a TV presenter, she was … Continue reading

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Stop, thief, “The Sun” and “Daily Mail” rip off Goggzilla.

Seems like a straightforward case of theft, the “Sun” and “Daily Mail” both ripped off the articles on John Worboys and ex Det Ch Supt Chris Jarratt from Goggzilla (passim). One wonders if Byline and Jukes’s crowd would help? They … Continue reading

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Sunshine squad update, Martin Bridger, Op Tempura & Dublin in the green.

Cressida Dick is busy burying more bad news. Operation Cealt was touched on by Goggzilla before. Time to look at how and why Martin Bridger and Richard Coy were allowed to walk away from the Operation Tempura fiasco. https://www.caymancompass.com/2017/11/23/police-operation-tempura-case-closed/ Other … Continue reading

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“Private Eye” nails Dave Cook.

Invest a few quid in a copy of the latest “Private Eye” and go to page 40. Under “Daniel Morgan murder” read about DCS Dave Cook leading the fifth inquiry and botching it, due to “mental illness”. His wife, Jacqui … Continue reading

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The hacker hacked, Ian Hurst.

Graham Ruddick needs to go back to school, Ian Hurst never held an army commission. Nor did he handle Freddie Scappaticci (who was Kerbstone, not Stakeknife). https://www.theguardian.com/media/2017/oct/06/murdochs-news-group-admits-benefiting-from-hacking-of-army-officers-emails Philip Campbell Smith might have hacked Ian Hurst, but Hurst was busy hacking … Continue reading

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Untold, Series 2 episode 7 – Hotline to crime.

Entrapment is all the rage it appears, yesterday Northumbria Constabulary paid a nonce ten grand to obtain convictions, now Peter Jukes tells us the sorry tale of John Alford and his love of Bolivian Marching Powder. Jukes wishes to blame … Continue reading

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