Tag Archives: Southern Investigations

Porridge revisit’d.

The blog site dealing with North Wales Police corruption is usually good, but today rehashed some distinctly old rumours. https://pressganguk.wordpress.com/2017/02/11/porridge/ On Monday (tomorrow) Justice Mitting (Plebgate) will begin to assess the evidence on the largest civil action in British legal … Continue reading

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Jacqui Hames and Byline Media.

Christmas is coming early, with the recent activity from Peter Jukes sock puppet account on Twitter @UntoldMurder. Three tweets of dubious legality, that Sylvia Jones (genuflects) a “close ally of Jonathan Rees” knew Daniel Morgan before he was murdered (rather … Continue reading

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Max Mosley, Gordon Anglesea and an increasingly desperate Mark Polin.

After returning from the conference, I switched on “Newsnight” to catch Max (Spanky) Mosley berating “Southern Investigations”. A person such as Derek Haslam who lies, hides the truth, but one such as Peter Jukes who deals in half lies has … Continue reading

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Peter Jukes and Op Two Bridges.

On my last trip to England, a week ago, I had a conversation about mental illness with a psychiatrist. In Africa, for example, they believe one can “catch” madness, like the flu. Poor Peter Jukes seems to be succumbing to … Continue reading

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Exonerating Mr Rees.

The headlines about Bernard ‘Ogan-‘Owe now stating that not all allegations must be believed automatically brought up a link to John Worboys. It is not Worboys who need detain us here but DCI Chris Jarrett and the higher up figure … Continue reading

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Jacqui Hames, Daniel Morgan and Leveson Two.

Alastair Morgan had an opportunity to sit at the grown up table when he accompanied Peter Jukes to a hearing on the murder cover up of his brother Daniel, formerly of “Southern Investigations”. Ex “Crimewatch” maven Jacqui Hames dabbed dramatically … Continue reading

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Daniel Morgan and Peter Jukes.

Jukes begins by stating that there is press complicity in the Daniel Morgan murder cover up, totally omitting the role of the Metropolitan Police. In March 1987 Daniel Morgan was murdered. Initial suspects were thought to be jealous husband(s). Jukes … Continue reading

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