Tag Archives: Vian Brothers

Cockney policeman’s secret ball?

It has been two months since the Metropolitan Police were so comprehensively debagged in public. I intended to stop here, to all intents and purposes the Daniel Morgan murder case is now closed. Det Ch Supt Dave Cook still faces … Continue reading

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Sharon Rees (nee Vian) R.I.P

Saddened to hear of the untimely passing of Sharon Vian (sister of the late Glenn Vian) also sister of Garry Vian. Sharon played a minor role in the Daniel Morgan murder debacle, the Metropolitan Police attempted to fit up her … Continue reading

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Daniel Morgan “Murder in the car park” Channel 4 got it wrong.

A first in many respects for Goggzilla. An apology, “Aussie Paul” didn’t commit the murder of Daniel Morgan. Another apology, the Bonnicci drugs cartel of Malta didn’t commit the murder. Late last night I was contacted, the gist of it … Continue reading

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Vian for Vendetta.

Ian Gallagher’s article in the “Sunday Mail” has the usual crop of errors and omissions. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8443757/Metropolitan-Police-detective-reveals-gangster-uncle-axe-head-car-park-murder.html Four blows were struck. The Rolex had been seen on Daniel Morgan’s corpse, in the car park, however as Det Ch Supt Douglas Campbell … Continue reading

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Episode 2 “Murder in the car park” More 4.

Thirteen minutes in, one is regaled with David Wood. What “Indefinite films” and Channel 4 do not disclose, is that he is a corrupt cop. There is one looming hole in the episode – who planted the bug at the … Continue reading

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Tom Watson and the Daniel Morgan murder cover up.

It is with ill disguised glee that I watched Tom Watson’s fall from grace. “Newsnight” had Harvey Proctor on (he gave an excellent account of Operation Midland and proven liar Carl Beech). Also some retired plod, Sutherland, squirming for his … Continue reading

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Operation Kenova, Stakeknife and collusion.

The excellent “Phoenix” magazine has an article on page 6. WHO WIELDED THE STAKEKNIFE? Are the “security forces” trying to obfuscate by using Francisco Notarantonio’s murder to deflect from the role played by agent Freddie Scappaticci? The article mentions the … Continue reading

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An early Xmas present, Rees and others versus the Metropolitan Police.

After a desultory and insulting “offer” it appears that New Scotland Yard are entering squeaky bum territory. Floods of tears are expected from Cressida Dick, as the Court of Appeal looks anew at compensation for Jonathan Rees and the Vian … Continue reading

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Ibori and Sasha Wass, Q.C (hidden evidence).

One might be starting a degree in Law, at Oxford, or beginning to read Medicine at Cambridge, but one thing remains, solid facts. Evidence in the James Ibori case went “missing” just as it did with Jonathan Rees, and the … Continue reading

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Fleeing justice – David Imrie-Cook

Don’t run you will only die tired. Sound advice, as disgraced ex Det Ch Supt Dave Cook reinvents himself as David Imrie-Cook. What do you have to hide, Davy? Could it be you are afraid of the legal repercussions of … Continue reading

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