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Moved: Post by haroldd2 >>> MCCANN CONNECTIONS - Ex-MI5 man Henri Exton, Sir Philip Green & Margaret Hodge

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Post by Tony Bennett on 03.05.16 13:41

@Tony Bennett wrote:Below is the letter handed in to 10 Downing Street in Friday in support of the petition calling for a report on Operation Grange.
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(g) The e-fits that were shown on the BBC Crimewatch programme were produced by Henri Exton, the former Head of Covert Intelligence at MI5. He had been employed by the McCanns’ leading private investigator at the time. Kevin Halligen.
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Exton's Belgian connections may prove to be relevant...

Marc Dutroux has made an awful lot of money in prison, supposedly having become skilful in dealing in shares and, doubtless, I should imagine also forex and futures and derivatives and stuff. It's not easy to make an awful lot of money unless you start off with a lot of it. It's extremely difficult.

Anders Breivik also made a lot of money in such financial "plays", using his small company with its footprint in a number of countries dotted around the world.

How strange that these two men should have such skills.

Not much about Exton is known, but Bindmans solicitors tried to suppress mention of his MI5 background, mentioning the Official Secrets Act and a DA-Notice in their letter to Paulo Reis and others. The curious thing is that since breach of the OSA is a crime, i.e. a wrong against the state, and not at all similar to libel or breach of copyright, which are civil wrongs and suitable matters for solicitors acting for private persons to write letters about, enforcement of the OSA is supposed to be a matter for the state - for example through the Treasury Solicitor. WTF? Did Bindmans notify the TSO, or MI5's lawyer, that the OSA had been breached? Surely they must have done.

Beware the idea of "Walter Mittys". Portraying someone as a Walter Mitty is one of the known limitation strategies.

We seem to be in the murky area where spookery overlaps big-time with international crime.

Which is what I had already surmised from the identity of one of the individuals who was staying in PdL at the time Madeleine "disappeared", and from the stated fact that Mark Warner Enterprises made no on-the-books profits for 16 years, while running luxury holidays, starting in Switzerland.

Margaret Hodge was chair of the Public Accounts Committee for nine years, helping the government get "value for money" and making sure "public money" didn't, er, go to waste. Much of her billionaire-bracket family's wealth was held using structures in Liechtenstein and Panama.

Get what I'm saying?

Meanwhile, Philip Green, who pocketed £500 million and then left BHS to go bust, much of whose  wealth is in Jersey-registered assets owned by his Monaco-resident wife, also played a crucial role "examining government spending".

Hodge's and Green's public-sector roles are very juicy if you can get them. There is a reason that these positions go to billionaire-bracket international business types who hold their money hidden offshore, rather than to individuals having more or less 9-5 workaday mundane bureaucratic CVs who live off their salaries plus maybe double or triple salary in entertainment and expenses and backhanders, but who are nowhere near the world of the billionaires.

Green "lent his private jet" to take the McCanns to see Pope Joseph Ratzinger. The Vatican Bank has large investments in Big Pharma. That is not going to be a fact of which Philip Green is unaware.

Just mentioning this stuff as background to WHY the McCann case has been considered, for several years, to be worth such a high level of involvement by the British state to develop false leads, and, well, to get to the point, to prevent the truth coming out.

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Re: Moved: Post by haroldd2 >>> MCCANN CONNECTIONS - Ex-MI5 man Henri Exton, Sir Philip Green & Margaret Hodge

Post by sallypelt on 03.05.16 13:52

Some snippets of biographic information on Henri Oxton:

Born in Belgium in 1951, Exton had been a highly effective undercover officer for the Manchester police. A maverick and dynamic figure, he successfully infiltrated gangs of football hooligans in the 1980's. While not popular among his colleagues, in 1991 he was seconded to work on MI5 undercover operations against drug dealers, gangsters and terrorists, and was later awarded the Queen's Police Medal for 'outstanding bravery'. By all accounts, the charismatic Exton was a dedicated officer. But in November 2002, the stress appeared to have overcome his judgement when he was arrested for shoplifting.

While working on an MI5 surveillance, Exton was caught leaving a tax-free shopping area at Manchester airport with a bottle of perfume he had not paid for. The police were called and he was given the option of the offence being dealt with under caution or to face prosecution. He chose a police caution and so in effect admitted his guilt. Exton was sacked, but was furious about the way he had been treated and threatened to sue MI5. He later set up his own consulting company and moved to Bury in Lancashire.

While Exton, however flawed, was the genuine article as an investigator, Halligen was a very different character.
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Meanwhile, Exton was running the surveillance teams in Portugal and often paying his operatives upfront, so would occasionally be out-of-pocket because Halligen had not transferred funds.
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Exton genuinely believed that progress was being made and substantial and credible reports on child trafficking were submitted.
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For the McCanns it was a bitter experience, Exton has returned to Cheshire and, like so many people, is owed money by Halligen.
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Also on the guest list from England were Palmer, Aspinall and Henri Exton, a former national head of undercover operations for the police.

For the McCanns it was a bitter experience, Exton has returned to Cheshire and, like so many people, is owed money by Halligen.
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Also on the guest list from England were Palmer, Aspinall and Henri Exton, a former national head of undercover operations for the police.
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Madeleine had been missing for a year when Brian Kennedy, the millionaire philanthropist who had invested heavily in a fund to find the little girl, contacted Halligen's firm via Exton.
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So the detective work on the ground was done by Exton and other contractors, who produced a series of reports pointing to new leads.
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Exton, who was more than £100,000 out of pocket, switched his investigation into Halligen himself.
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Exton and Aspinall called in a forensic accountant to look at the books and the results were alarming.
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Having amassed a file of evidence, Exton called in the FBI, which is now seeking the "secret agent".
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Another alleged victim is Henri Exton - former national head of police undercover operations. He is said to be owed £100,000.
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Former MI5 undercover operations chief Henri Exton, 62, who led the Oakley probe, said the fund took legal action to stop his team divulging its findings.

He said: "A letter came from their lawyers binding us to confidentiality."

It stopped him handing the report to Scotland Yard's Operation Grange team until detectives had written permission from the fund, he added.

http://www.zoominfo.com/p/Henri-Exton/1430962873

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Re: Moved: Post by haroldd2 >>> MCCANN CONNECTIONS - Ex-MI5 man Henri Exton, Sir Philip Green & Margaret Hodge

Post by Tony Bennett on 03.05.16 14:16

@sallypelt wrote:While Exton, however flawed, was the genuine article as an investigator

Former MI5 undercover operations chief Henri Exton, 62, who led the Oakley probe, said the fund took legal action to stop his team divulging its findings. He said: "A letter came from their lawyers binding us to confidentiality." It stopped him handing the report to Scotland Yard's Operation Grange team until detectives had written permission from the fund, he added.
@ sallypelt

Thank you for posting the links, but I don't buy any of the part snipped above.

This man...who was former Head of MI5's Covert Intelligence Unit...was too afraid to tell Scotland Yard about e-fits of a genuine suspect??!!

Come on, I'm not buying it for one moment!

The whole 'Halligen bad, Exton good' thing is just spin and nonsense.

Let him speak on the record, and under oath, and tell us all about those dodgy 'Smithman' e-fits he did, for starters.

THEN we might get some truth!

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