Saturday, 13 October 2012
Daniel Morgan the Metropolitan Police the News of the Screws and the UK Police State
In September the Independent wrote an article about Lord Stevens former head of the Metropolitan Police (why do they make police officers lords?) it revealed that Mr Stevens was the target of the News of the World because he had been using the Police helicopter at tax payers expense to visit his Mistress http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/tabloid-hired-private-detectives-to-spy-on-former-met-police-chief-8145239.html
The News of the Screws employed a private investigation firm Southern Investigations which had been set-up by Daniel Morgan in 1984 who was later to be murdered by the Police in 1987. The Indi failed to mention Daniel Morgan in their article.
On 10 March 1987 after having a drink with Jonathan Rees, his partner in Southern Investigations, at the Golden Lion pub in Sydenham, Morgan was found dead in the pub car park next to his car, with an axe wound to the back of his head. His wallet had been left and a large sum of money was still in his jacket pocket. The pocket of his trousers had been torn open and notes he had earlier been seen writing were missing. Subsequently a match to the DNA sample found on Morgan's trouser pocket was made.
Daniel Morgan was investigating drug-related police corruption in south London before his death.
DANIEL MORGAN MURDERED BY THE POLICE
Detective Sergeant Sid Fillery, stationed at Catford police station, was assigned to the case but did not reveal to superiors that he had been working unofficially for Southern Investigations. In April 1987 six individuals including Sid Fillery and Jonathan Rees, the brothers Glenn and Garry Vian and two police officers were arrested on suspicion of murder but all were eventually released without charge.
But investigations into Daniels murder ended 24years later in a trial in 2011. During last years trial the three people charged were set free when the trial collapsed because the Prosecution Barristers and police had corruptly made sure they did not disclose evidence. The System protected its own from conviction. Had they been innocent they would most certainly have been convicted.
Lord Stevens, the commissioner of the Metropolitan Police from 2000 to 2005, was tailed by Southern Investigations who were working for the tabloid in 1999, shortly before he took charge of London's police force.
According to Derek Haslam, a former undercover police officer who infiltrated Southern Investigations for Scotland Yard, the agency wanted to use the sensitive information to "control" Lord Stevens. Mr Haslam said: "I told my handler, 'You'd better tell him they are on to him and they are looking at anything'. They saw filth on police and politicians as a way to control them." Halsam a clever lier as are all undercover police officers and he covered up the most important evidence. He knew who had murdered Daniel Morgan and he know the name of the Police officer who wielded the axe that killed Mr Morgan. Part of his brief in Southern Investigations was to make sure none of the crimes the Met conducted would come out into the light of day.
Jonathan Rees, Daniel Morgans partner in Southern Investigations, rejected that allegation made by Haslam as "absurd" but confirmed the surveillance took place. In an interview with independentvoices.com, he said: "We were given instructions and an allegation that he was using a Met Police plane from Biggin Hill to see his mistress in Northumbria,
Mr Haslam claimed that during his nine years as a "mole" inside Southern Investigations, he told the Yard that the company was committing crimes – often on behalf of the News of the World. In briefings to investigators, he said he told the Met that Southern Investigations was "a corrupt organisation that was corrupting police officers and illegally accessing all sorts of confidential information".
"I told my handlers that MPs, ministers and Home Secretaries were targets," he said. "They fell into two categories: one they could earn money from and the other was to use blackmail, influence, to do their own thing. Anything that put the Met in a bad light, or anybody they could infiltrate or put in a bad light. It was about money and influence."
Mr Rees described Mr Haslam's allegations as "nonsense", saying that police wanted to smear Southern Investigations at a time that it was uncovering police corruption on behalf of the press. He said: "Haslam was tasked by senior officers to... come in there and mix with us again and... to find out... what we were doing against CIB3 [the Met's anti-corruption unit]... they knew we were investigating CIB3... it was a force within a force, they were given total autonomy to do whatever they liked... history tells us that when you allow policemen to do that it goes wrong."
Well now just who do we believe?
Everyone knows that the UK police as a body are utterly corrupt. the police have taken over the function of the intelligence services and use the same tactics. This has been revealed in the Levesen Inquiry. Police prime Journalists and Bloggers with disinformation in order to traumatise and harass their targets.
The Courts and the Police as a body are now totally corrupt. With the Anti terrorist squad behind acts of terrorism, the fraud squad behind massive government sponsored fraud to fund covert ops and covert projects like Britain’s Nuclear Deterrent. The Courts act as the cover-up department. No-one in the UK can have a fair trial if the Police want them silenced. No-one can be convicted in the UK if the State want them free to commit more crimes on behalf of the State. The UK has turned Justice on it head.
The UK government has developed a system which they can use now to target anyone they fear may expose their multi level criminal enterprises. Sadly the Government cynically and evilly use child abuse as a means to control and manipulate players in their criminal empire.
The murder of Daniel Morgan because it could not be simply ignored has led the Police the CPS and Courts to weave a twisted web of deception which has exposed their inner workings.
Profile: Lord Stevens
Lord Stevens was seen on Fleet Street as an old-fashioned "thief-taker" who would restore confidence in the Met, battered by the Macpherson Report into the death of Stephen Lawrence.
In an attempt to bolster media support, he dined several times with newspaper editors, including the News of the World's Rebekah Brooks. When he left after five years in 2005, confidence in the police was at a 10-year high.
He then wrote a column for the News of the World called The Chief, which was ghost-written by the paper's deputy editor, Neil Wallis. Lord Stevens received £5,000-£7,000 per column.
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