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Freemasons covered up the death of Daniel Morgan *UPDATE* Home Office to hold independent review

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Post by Tony Bennett on 17.03.11 16:56

Here's a subject which 100% fits under the title: 'Crime, Corruption and Conspiracy' - the collapse of the trial of 3 men for murder, and conspiracy to murder, private investigator Daniel Morgan back in 1987.

At the heart of this case is police corruption in the Metropolitan Police at the very highest level, and the involvement of Freemason police officers.

Look no further than this report in the Daily Telegraph two years ago:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/1897092/Six-arrested-over-private-eye-murder-in-1987.html

...where we read these words:

"At the request of Mr Morgan’s family, officers involved in the latest investigation were required to declare that they were not Freemasons".

After 5 futile investigations that got nowhere because of top level Freemason police officers covering up a network of corruption, which by the way included the systematic but illegal release by senior police officers to media reporters on the Murdoch papers of top secret information from the Police National Computer, the sixth investigation at last got results - and three men were arrested.

But last week, amidst evidence of ongoing police corruption, the trial of the three men was abandoned after an unprecedented 18 months (!) of legal argument before the trial of the three men could even begin.

Some of this was touched on in this week's Panorama programme:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-12728505

See also these news items:

Morgan trial collapses on anniversary

Morning Star Online - Adrian Roberts - ‎Mar 11, 2011‎
The family of private detective Daniel Morgan called for a judicial inquiry today after his multimillion-pound murder case collapsed on the 24th anniversary of his death. Speaking out about the case, they called the criminal justice...

http://news.sky.com/skynews/Home/UK-News/Daniel-Morgan-Axe-Murder-Three-Walk-Free-After-Trial-Collapse-Martin-Brunt-Reports/Article/201103215950627?f=rss

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Post by DDavidson on 03.04.11 13:45

The Morgan family are right to call for a Judicial Enquiry, but it is one that should just not look at the role of the Police but also the Judiciary. What happened to Trial by Jury. For 18 months the Court system allowed a secret trial to go on and from which the media were prevented from reporting on. During it the Court systematically destroyed the prosecution case and at no stage was the evidence ever allowed to be heard. The fundamental principle of British Justice has always been that a person is tried by a Jury of their peers. Why was that not allowed in this case, instead high priced lawyers argued against the police and after 18 months they simply caved in. It may have been a brave and successful strategy but it certainly was not Justice.

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Post by Tony Bennett on 03.04.11 15:37

@DDavidson wrote:The Morgan family are right to call for a Judicial Enquiry, but it is one that should just not look at the role of the Police but also the Judiciary. What happened to Trial by Jury. For 18 months the Court system allowed a secret trial to go on and from which the media were prevented from reporting on. During it the Court systematically destroyed the prosecution case and at no stage was the evidence ever allowed to be heard. The fundamental principle of British Justice has always been that a person is tried by a Jury of their peers. Why was that not allowed in this case, instead high priced lawyers argued against the police and after 18 months they simply caved in. It may have been a brave and successful strategy but it certainly was not Justice.
Yes, welcome DDavidson and we look forward to more contributions for you.

In this context, when we look at the role of the judiciary, I would also like to mention the recent trend of superinjunctions - judges granting privacy injunctions to famous people and celebrities - and then injuncting the media from even metioning that there has been a superinjunction. All sorts of thing could be, and no doubt are, being covered up that way.

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21 May 2012 Last updated at 17:48

Daniel Morgan report cites police and prosecution flaws


Daniel Morgan was found with an axe in his head in a south London car park in 1987

The collapse of a trial of three men charged with committing one of Britain's most notorious unsolved murders has been blamed on failures by police and prosecution.

The conclusions are from a new report into the case of the murdered private investigator Daniel Morgan, killed in 1987 in Sydenham, London.

It said boxes of potential evidence were not disclosed to the defence.

Six investigations have failed to find Mr Morgan's killer.

The report was conducted jointly by the Crown Prosecution Service and Metropolitan Police and said four boxes were left in storage, instead of being disclosed to the defence, three of which were relevant to the trial proceedings.

This resulted in the collapse of a trial at the old Bailey last year.

Axe in head

The report also said several "supergrass" witnesses were not properly handled.

Mr Morgan, who was originally from Llanfrechfa, near Cwmbran, and ran a small private detection agency, was found in the car park of a pub with an axe in his head.

Until his death Mr Morgan was in partnership with Jonathan Rees, whose company Southern Investigations has been linked to alleged email hacking.

The BBC's Tom Symonds said it has been claimed Mr Morgan was killed because he had uncovered evidence of police corruption in south London.

Initial investigations failed to get to the bottom of the case, because, it was alleged, of police corruption.

But in 2006 a new inquiry, codenamed Operation Abelade 2, began and Mr Rees and two other men, Garry and Glenn Vian, were charged with Mr Morgan's murder.

Then in March 2011 the case against them was thrown out because of the prosecution's failure to disclose evidence.

'Clear oversight'

The fresh review of the case concluded the three crates of documents not disclosed to the defence, which related to an earlier money laundering case, were relevant to the proceedings.


The report said: "It became apparent that there had been a clear oversight in respect of these three crates.

"Whilst they were already within the police… they had not been entered in to the police records, nor ever assessed. This was clearly an error.

"These three crates had gone unnoticed and were overlooked, whilst stored amongst many other crates."

The report also blamed the handling of three so called "assisting offenders", often known as "supergrasses".

One, known as Witness B, claimed to have seen the murder take place. However, the report found he was allowed to contact the senior investigating officer on the Morgan murder team, in breach of rules preventing this.

Assisting offenders are only supposed to talk to those responsible for debriefing them.

'Witness unreliability'

The report also said the judge in the case found Witness B was "probably prompted by a senior police officer to implicate Glenn and Gary Vian".

He had also been tipped off that he had been caught lying about his father's death and given the chance to think of an explanation.

Background details about another key witness, Witness A, were not discovered, and a third witness, C, gave police details of other murders which he had got from a missing persons website.

The report added: "This was a truly exceptional case in terms of a combination of factors, namely its age; the size and the number of linked operations; the enormous volume of material generated, particularly unused, and the fact that all three of the... witnesses were undermined, post charge, by factors that adversely affected their credibility.

"In addition there was a lack of scientific evidence."

Daniel Morgan's brother Alastair said he believes he has been placed under surveillance
Cressida Dick, the assistant commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, and Alison Saunders, chief crown prosecutor for CPS London, issued a joint statement following the report's publication.

It said: "This case, as the trial judge said, was of an exceptional scale and complexity, with over three quarters of a million documents gathered over 20 years being examined.

"The issues around the disclosure exercise were such that we could not guarantee that all relevant material had been identified, considered and disclosed so as to ensure a fair trial. A further factor related to the unreliability of critical witnesses.

"To this end, the purpose of the review was to identify potential good practice and learning for both police and prosecutors for future cases.

"What the review was not was an investigation into allegations of corruption; nor was it intended to serve the purpose of an investigation for police disciplinary purposes."

The statement added that the recommendations identified within the review would now be implemented by both agencies. This includes new guidance for using supergrasses.

Surveillance claims

The murder of Mr Morgan was raised at the Leveson inquiry into media standards and ethics in February in evidence from former Metropolitan Police detective and BBC Crimewatch presenter Jacqui Hames.

She told the inquiry that she and her husband, Det Ch Supt Dave Cook, were placed under surveillance by the News of the World after he appeared on Crimewatch seeking information about Mr Morgan's murder.

Ms Hames told the inquiry that Southern Investigations had "close links" to Alex Marunchak, the newspaper's crime editor in the late 1980s.

In a statement, she said: "I believe that the real reason for the News of the World placing us under surveillance was that suspects in the Daniel Morgan murder inquiry were using their association with a powerful and well-resourced newspaper to try to intimidate us and so attempt to subvert the investigation."

Alastair Morgan, Daniel Morgan's brother, said his family believed they too had been placed under surveillance following a critical development in the case in 1998.

News International said it had "no comment" to make on Ms Hames's statement to the Leveson inquiry.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-18144543

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Post by Tony Bennett on 21.05.12 20:37

candyfloss wrote:21 May 2012 Last updated at 17:48

Daniel Morgan report cites police and prosecution flaws

Daniel Morgan was found with an axe in his head in a south London car park in 1987

The collapse of a trial of three men charged with committing one of Britain's most notorious unsolved murders has been blamed on failures by police and prosecution. The conclusions are from a new report into the case of the murdered private investigator Daniel Morgan, killed in 1987 in Sydenham, London. It said boxes of potential evidence were not disclosed to the defence...
Thank you, candyfloss.

It is hard to know where to start in uncovering the web of deception, high level corruption, and strong links to the News of the World which surround this case.

I've chosen just one article to illustrate what this case is all about, posted by his loving surviving brother Alistair Morgan, who set up the website: www.justice4daniel.org

It's not kept up-to-date, unfortunately and there is more detailed analysis elsewhere, especially in articles in The Guardian.

This is how Alistair summed up the case a few years back. A great deal of circumstantial evidence suggests that Jonathan Rees, who had close links to Andy Coulson asnd Rebekah Brooks of News International, colluded with senior Met Police Officer Sid Fillery to employ two hit 'men' to kill Daniel. Note, there have been TWO further inquiries since Alistair wrote this article:

Four police inquiries into murder


On 10th March 1987, private investigator Daniel Morgan was brutally axed to death in the car park of a pub in Sydenham, south east London. During the first Met inquiry, three serving detectives were arrested on suspicion of involvement for the killing. One of these was actually a member of the squad investigating the murder. The two other officers later won damages as a result of their arrest.

At an inquest in April 1988, a bookkeeper employed by Daniel’s company Southern Investigations alleged that Daniel’s partner, Jonathan Rees, and Detective Sergeant Sid Fillery - a member of the murder squad – had planned the contract murder. Bookkeeper Kevin Lennon also alleged that Fillery planned early retirement and would step into Daniel’s shoes at Southern Investigations. By the time of the inquest, Fillery had already left the Police force and was working together with Rees. The inquest also heard allegations from other witnesses that Fillery had tampered with evidence and attempted to interfere with witnesses during the inquiry. Lennon made his statement seven months before the inquest. In the weeks before his murder Daniel Morgan had repeatedly expressed concerns over corrupt police officers in south London.

A complaint from the horrified family initiated an outside inquiry by Hampshire police in July 1988. Its terms of reference were to investigate “all aspects of police involvement arising from the death of Daniel Morgan”. Unknown to Daniel’s family, the remit of this inquiry was secretly changed at a high level meeting at Scotland Yard in December 1988. Hampshire police later charged Jonathan Rees and another civilian with the murder, but the case was dropped before trial. Hampshire later reported to the Police Complaints Authority that there was “no evidence whatsoever of police involvement in the murder”.

Shocked by this conclusion, the family began lobbying MPs Chris Smith (Islington South & Finsbury) and Richard Livesey (Brecon & Radnor). The family and their MPs held a series of meetings with senior Scotland Yard officers culminated in a meeting with Met Commissioner Sir Paul Condon in November 1997. Condon promised to review the case.

Late in 1998 and without the knowledge of the Morgan family, Deputy Assistant Commissioner Roy Clark head of Scotland Yard’s ‘ghost squad’ began a covert inquiry into the murder. This involved the bugging of Southern Investigations’ offices in Thornton Heath. Only in July 1999 did the family learn of the inquiry through an article leaked by police to the Daily Telegraph. In December 2000, Jonathan Rees, Simon Jones and detective constable Austin Warnes were convicted of conspiring to plant cocaine on a woman in order to discredit her in a child custody battle. No one was charged with the murder of Daniel Morgan.

Troubled by the secrecy of this inquiry, the Morgan family demanded disclosure of the 1989 report from Hampshire police. DAC Roy Clark agreed to this, but the family rejected his draconian terms. First he requested that the family indemnify Hampshire police against civil action before reading the report. When this was rejected, he offered to read the 83 page report to the family but would allow them to take no notes or record. The family began litigation to force disclosure. In 2002 the Met began a fourth inquiry into the murder of Daniel Morgan and in September 2003 the Crown Prosecution Service decided there was insufficient evidence to prosecute.

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Scotland Yard bungled multi-million prosecution of 25-year-old private eye murder case by losing four crates of evidence

Post by sharonl on 21.05.12 21:33

Bungling police and prosecutors caused the collapse of a multi-million pound murder prosecution by losing four crates of evidence, a damning new review has found.

Five inquiries failed to find Daniel Morgan’s murderer after he was killed in a Sydenham pub car park in 1987, and the case has become one of Britain's most notorious unsolved murders.

Mr Morgan was found with an axe embedded in his head, and his family have always believed he was killed because he was about to unveil a web of corruption involving his business partner Jonathan Rees, an ex-Met police detective friend named Sid Fillery, and a string of police officers.

Defence lawyers acting in the case asked for access to particular documents just a month before the last murder trial collapsed at the Old Bailey last year.

It then emerged that four whole boxes of evidence had been left in storage instead of being handed over, and that three were relevant to the trial proceedings.

As a result, Mr Rees and his brothers-in-law Garry Vian and Glenn Vian were cleared of any involvement in the killing.

The report said: 'The police team were unable, in respect of four of the boxes, to locate them.... These latest developments proved to be the final undoing and the cumulative weight against the Crown's position became untenable.'

The review was jointly produced by the police and Crown Prosecution Service, and while it found that the loss of the boxes was the case's 'final undoing', it also criticised the 'unreliability of critical witnesses'.

The three witnesses in question were 'assisting offenders' - commonly known as 'supergrasses' - whose handling is covered by the Serious Organised Crime and Police Act of 2005 (Socpa).

They were undermined by what the report called 'factors that adversely affected their credibility', and this led to the collapse of the case against two other defendants - James Cook, accused of murder, and former detective sergeant Sid Fillery, charged with perverting the course of justice.

The costs of the five police inquiries and an inquest, as well as three years of legal hearings, are unofficially estimated at £30 million.

The report found: 'This was a truly exceptional case in terms of a combination of factors, namely its age; the size and the number of linked operations; the enormous volume of material generated, particularly unused, and the fact that all three of the Socpa witnesses were undermined, post charge, by factors that adversely affected their credibility. In addition there was a lack of scientific evidence.'

A total of 17 points of 'good practice' were included in the review. The guidance relating to supergrasses states that a 'thorough investigation addressing the credibility of the witness' is vital whenever they are used.



Cleared: Sid Fillery was cleared of perverting the course of justice, while Jonathan Rees was acquitted when the murder case against him collapsed

There should also be a 'full and auditable record of all police contact regarding the management of any Socpa witness' and 'consideration needs to be given at the outset to the types of unused material that could reasonably be expected to be encountered in a particular prosecution, and its anticipated location'.

The good practice guidance adds: 'Consideration must be given to the size and complexity of the disclosure task from the outset.'



Assistant Commissioner Cressida Dick and Alison Saunders, chief Crown prosecutor for London, issued a joint statement today.

It said: 'This case, as the trial judge said, was of an exceptional scale and complexity, with over three quarters of a million documents gathered over 20 years being examined.

'The issues around the disclosure exercise were such that we could not guarantee that all relevant material had been identified, considered and disclosed so as to ensure a fair trial. A further factor related to the unreliability of critical witnesses.

'To this end, the purpose of the review was to identify potential good practice and learning for both police and prosecutors for future cases.

'What the review was not was an investigation into allegations of corruption; nor was it intended to serve the purpose of an investigation for police disciplinary purposes.

'Those recommendations identified within the review will now be implemented by both agencies.'



Labour MP Tom Watson has accused the News of the World of collaborating with suspects in the Morgan murder case

Back in March, Labour MP Tom Watson accused the News of the World of collaborating with suspects in the Morgan murder case by placing a senior detective under surveillance on the pretence that he was having an affair.

Speaking during an adjournment debate ahead of the 25th anniversary of Mr Morgan’s death, he said News of the World crime journalist Alex Marunchak was a close associate of Mr Morgan's business partner Mr Rees - who became a main suspect in his murder - and regularly paid his company Southern Investigators for information.

‘Jonathan Rees and Sid Fillery were at the corrupt nexus of private investigators, police officers and journalists at the News of the World,' he said.

‘Southern Investigations was the hub of police and media contacts involving the illegal theft and disclosure of information obtained through Rees and Fillery’s corrupt contacts.’

When Detective Chief Inspector Dave Cook started to investigate the murder, at a time when Mr Rees was still a suspect, it is alleged Mr Marunchak placed the police officer under surveillance.

Mr Rees was accused of Mr Morgan's murder in 2008 but the case collapsed in 2010.

West Bromwich East MP Mr Watson told the adjournment debate: ‘The person who was investigating a murder was put under close surveillance by a close business associate of the man he was investigating.

‘A journalist tried to undermine a murder investigation.’

He added: ‘I think Rupert Murdoch owes the Morgan family an apology. I also don’t think he has made his last apology to the grieving parents of dead children.’

Mr Marunchak has previously denied having any contact with Daniel Morgan, and all allegations of wrongdoing.



Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2147688/Scotland-Yard-bungled-multi-million-prosecution-25-year-old-private-eye-murder-case-losing-crates-evidence.html#ixzz1vXOZmInK

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Re: Freemasons covered up the death of Daniel Morgan *UPDATE* Home Office to hold independent review

Post by Guest on 21.05.12 21:36

Sharonl have merged with this topic, which Tony started a while back, as I have already posted the story from the BBC website a little earlier,

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Re: Freemasons covered up the death of Daniel Morgan *UPDATE* Home Office to hold independent review

Post by Guest on 25.04.13 18:50

Just come across this programme from 2011 about the case.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DopCjEHALIU

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Re: Freemasons covered up the death of Daniel Morgan *UPDATE* Home Office to hold independent review

Post by Guest on 08.05.13 13:36

Daniel Morgan murder: Home Office to hold independent review

8 May 2013 Last updated at 11:55



The Home Office is to announce an independent review into the murder of private investigator Daniel Morgan in south London in 1987.

Six criminal investigations have failed to identify who killed him with an axe.

It has been alleged police corruption prevented the Metropolitan Police from solving the Welshman's murder.

The review will look at documents gathered by police and is likely to focus on informing public understanding of the case.

However, any new leads would be followed up by Scotland Yard.

A Home Office spokesperson said: "Discussions are continuing with the family and we hope to make an announcement shortly."

The body of Daniel Morgan, originally from Llanfrechfa, near Cwmbran, Torfaen, was found in Sydenham, London, in 1987.

He had been attacked in a pub car park with an axe, which was found in his head.

It is believed Mr Morgan was about to expose police corruption when he was killed. A trial of four men charged with his murder in 2008 collapsed in 2011, following alleged failures by the police and prosecutors.

Mr Morgan's family have campaigned for a judicial inquiry into his death.

His mother Isobel Hulsmann, from Hay-on-Wye in Powys, met Home Secretary Theresa May at the end of 2011 to press the case.

They were not satisfied with her offer of an investigation into police failings.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-22448357



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Post by Tony Bennett on 08.05.13 19:53

candyfloss wrote:Daniel Morgan murder: Home Office to hold independent review

8 May 2013 Last updated at 11:55


The Home Office is to announce an independent review into the murder of private investigator Daniel Morgan in south London in 1987.

Six criminal investigations have failed to identify who killed him with an axe.

It has been alleged police corruption prevented the Metropolitan Police from solving the Welshman's murder.

The review will look at documents gathered by police and is likely to focus on informing public understanding of the case.
So, 26 years after this brutal murder, the hard-pressed texpayers of this country are forced to shell out for yet another 'review'/investigation into this case.

And will this 'review' ensure that the murderers will be charged, convicted and sentenced for their crimes?

NO.

It will merely, quote "look at documents" and "inform public understanding of the case"

It's as plain as a pikestaff that corrupt police officers, many of them Freemasons (see OP), perverted the course of justice in this case, and will never be brought to justice. The finger of suspicion points firmly at corrupt police officers using a 'hitman' to do this dirty, violent deed.

This is also a case very much connected to the former 'News of the World' and its one-time editor, Andy Coulson, formerly David Cameron's Director of Conmunications. Cameron and Coulson chose Clarence Mitchell as Coulson's No. 2 in the run-up to the 2010 General Election.

It took 23 years for a tribunal of enquriy to expose the systematic lying of senior police officers over the Hillsborough Football disaster.

This one's taking even longer, and...

...PREDICTION:

It will cost millions of pounds of taxpayers' money

AND

It will not prosecute anyone nor even find out who did this

AND

No corrupt police officer will suffer any adverse consequences as a result of this review.

More money for useless and corrupt Met Police Officers.

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Post by Peneda Geres on 08.05.13 21:13

@Tony Bennett wrote:
candyfloss wrote:Daniel Morgan murder: Home Office to hold independent review

8 May 2013 Last updated at 11:55


The Home Office is to announce an independent review into the murder of private investigator Daniel Morgan in south London in 1987.

Six criminal investigations have failed to identify who killed him with an axe.

It has been alleged police corruption prevented the Metropolitan Police from solving the Welshman's murder.

The review will look at documents gathered by police and is likely to focus on informing public understanding of the case.
So, 26 years after this brutal murder, the hard-pressed texpayers of this country are forced to shell out for yet another 'review'/investigation into this case.

And will this 'review' ensure that the murderers will be charged, convicted and sentenced for their crimes?

NO.

It will merely, quote "look at documents" and "inform public understanding of the case"

It's as plain as a pikestaff that corrupt police officers, many of them Freemasons (see OP), perverted the course of justice in this case, and will never be brought to justice. The finger of suspicion points firmly at corrupt police officers using a 'hitman' to do this dirty, violent deed.

This is also a case very much connected to the former 'News of the World' and its one-time editor, Andy Coulson, formerly David Cameron's Director of Conmunications. Cameron and Coulson chose Clarence Mitchell as Coulson's No. 2 in the run-up to the 2010 General Election.

It took 23 years for a tribunal of enquriy to expose the systematic lying of senior police officers over the Hillsborough Football disaster.

This one's taking even longer, and...

...PREDICTION:

It will cost millions of pounds of taxpayers' money

AND

It will not prosecute anyone nor even find out who did this

AND

No corrupt police officer will suffer any adverse consequences as a result of this review.

More money for useless and corrupt Met Police Officers.

http://www.perceptions.couk.com/bentcops13.txt

Lawyers, cps, judges,senior police=corruption, just my opinion.

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Post by Guest on 09.05.13 9:08

I became interested in the murder Daniel Morgan a few months before the hacking scandal broke, so when it was brought up at Leveson and after reading about Daniel some more imo there were corrupt police, judisory, press, private investigators, the list goes on in this tangled web of corruption perhaps held together by free masonary? Will there be justice for Daniel and his family? I hope so, but I won't hold my breath

Were the resources of News International used by a criminal suspect in 2002 to subvert a major murder investigation? That was the significant allegation made yesterday at the Leveson inquiry by former Crimewatch presenter Jacqui Hames

http://www.newstatesman.com/blogs/david-allen-green/2012/02/news-world-murder-rees-hamesThe

This makes interesting listening

Hacking Scandal and the Murder of Daniel Morgan

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0138xmp

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Daniel Morgan murder: panel to investigate police failings

Friday 10 May 2013


Andy Davies Home Affairs Correspondent


The Daniel Morgan murder case is "as grave a case for the Metropolitan Police as was the murder of Stephen Lawrence", the former lead detective in recent investigations tells Channel 4 News.


As the government announced a judge-led independent panel to examine police failings over the 1987 murder of private detective Morgan, Dave Cook, the former lead detective involved in the most recent investigations, made his first ever public comment on the case to Channel 4 News.

Morgan, 37, was found slumped by his BMW in a pub car park in Sydenham, south London, on 10 March 1987. The father of two and partner in a London private investigations firm, Southern Investigations, had been struck in the head several times with an axe which was found embedded in his skull.

This is a case of such magnitude that it deserves the scrutiny it will soon have. Dave Cook



In the intervening years there have been five police investigations into the murder, at a reported cost of £30m, but no one has ever been convicted. Morgan's business partner at Southern Investigations, Jonathan Rees, along with three others, was charged with the murder in April 2008.

The case, however, collapsed after witnesses had to be withdrawn, with the police accused of withholding evidence.

'Deplorable'



The role which police corruption has played in this case has been acknowledged at the highest levels within the Metropolitan Police. Former assistant commissioner John Yates once described this as "one of the most deplorable episodes in the entire history of the MPS".

In 2011 the then acting commissioner Timothy Godwin spoke of the "repeated failure of the MPS... to confront the role played by police corruption in protecting those responsible for the murder".

The government has now asked a judge, Sir Stanley Burnton, to lead an independent panel to examine the circumstances surrounding Daniel Morgan's murder. The handling of the case throughout the whole period since 1987 will also be examined.


This review must do the equivalent of the Hillsborough Review in establishing the truth not just for the sake of the family but also for the public having confidence in the police and judicial process. Dave Cook
The terms of reference will involve the panel seeking to address questions which relate to "police involvement in the murder; the role played by police corruption in protecting those responsible for the murder from being brought to justice and the failure to confront that corruption; and the incidence of connections between private investigators, police officers and journalists at the News of the World and other parts of the media and corruption involved in the linkages between them".

'Bullied, degraded and let down'


Daniel Morgan's brother Alastair welcomed the news, saying: "Through almost three decades of public protests, meetings with police officers at the highest ranks, lobbying of politicians and pleas to the media, we have found ourselves lied to, fobbed off, bullied, degraded and let down time and time again. What we have been required to endure has been nothing less than mental torture.

"... we trust and hope that the panel, through its examination and publication of all relevant material and information, will assist the authorities to confront and acknowledge this failure for once and for all, so that we may at last be able to get on with our lives."

The Metropolitan Police detective who supervised investigations into the murder from 2002 to 2011, Dave Cook, has spoken publicly for the first time on Friday about the case.

In 2011 Channel 4 News first broadcast claims by Mr Cook and his then wife Jacqui Hames, a former Crimewatch presenter, that the News of the World had placed them under surveillance in an alleged attempt to subvert the police inquiry into Daniel Morgan's murder.

'Corruption'



This morning the former detective chief superintendent (who was arrested last January over allegations of unauthorised leaks to a journalist - he is on bail awaiting a decision by the IPCC on whether charges will be brought) gave a statement to Channel 4 News:

"I consider the Daniel Morgan murder as grave a case for the Metropolitan Police as was the murder of Stephen Lawrence, but instead of race being the issue, this time it is about corruption.

"This is a case of such magnitude that it deserves the scrutiny it will soon have. This review must do the equivalent of the Hillsborough Review in establishing the truth not just for the sake of the family but also for the public having confidence in the police and judicial process.

"If it does, it will be a tremendous achievement for the Morgan family who have fought tirelessly not just for justice for Daniel but also for the truth as to what has happened over the last 26 years".

http://www.channel4.com/news/daniel-morgan-murder-review-panel-investigation-dave-cook

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Post by Tony Bennett on 10.05.13 18:36

Thank you for the update, 'candyfloss'.

How true this is:

"The Daniel Morgan murder case is "as grave a case for the Metropolitan Police as was the murder of Stephen Lawrence", the former lead detective in recent investigations tells Channel 4 News."

Let us remember, as we follow this panel review, which comes 26 years after Daniel's murder, that this story involves:

Andy Coulson, former editor of the News of the World, and Clarence Mitchell's boss in the Conservative Party's Communications Department in 2010, prior to David Cameron becoming Prime Minister, and

Rebekah Brooks, his boss when he was at NOTW.

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Re: Freemasons covered up the death of Daniel Morgan *UPDATE* Home Office to hold independent review

Post by Doug D on 20.01.15 16:54

How can Theresa May have any confidence in BHH and the Met when this is the sort of obstruction and response she gets at every stage:
 
http://www.exaronews.com/articles/5456/daniel-morgan-inquiry-panel-poleaxed-by-row-over-police-files
 
snips:
 
Daniel Morgan Inquiry: panel poleaxed by row over police files
Retired Judge sparked damaging clash with offer to vet Met. documents on murder case
 
By David Hencke 20th January 2015
 
….panel…….dogged by a fractious dispute………
…..retired judge, Sir Stanley Burnton, resigned from chairing the panel following a furious row over how to respond to a series of objections by the Met. Police Service to handing over internal files on the case to the inquiry………
 
Smith (panel member, an academic at the University of Manchester’s school of law, who specializes in police accountability) accused Burnton, a former judge in the Court of Appeal, of seeking to vet what police material should be disclosed to the panel…………………….
 
Alistair Morgan, brother of the late PI, last month accused the Met of ‘using every opportunity to obstruct and delay…..the panel …….set up in 2013 by Theresa May  to investigate police corruption that allegedly lies behind the murder…….
 
The Met has admitted that police corruption was a ‘debilitating factor’ in the original investigation. Senior Met figures are terrified about what could come out in the inquiry.
Some 16 months after the first request for the police files…….the Met handed over more than 50 crates of evidence. But wrangling continues over up to a million documents…………
 
The Met said it was only able to pass documents to the panel after negotiating a protocol for disclosure to safeguard the handling of the material.

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Re: Freemasons covered up the death of Daniel Morgan *UPDATE* Home Office to hold independent review

Post by Doug D on 08.02.15 10:43

FoI response in relation to the 'information sharing protocol' negotiated in Daniel Morgan enquiry:
 
http://www.met.police.uk/foi/pdfs/disclosure_2015/february_2015/2015010000298.pdf
 
Doesn’t say a lot but gives a bit of insight into the way they go about things.

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Re: Freemasons covered up the death of Daniel Morgan *UPDATE* Home Office to hold independent review

Post by Doug D on 19.02.15 15:42

Press Gang article today re Morgan case:-  'Rogue Journalists and Bent Coppers':

https://pressganguk.wordpress.com/2015/02/19/rogue-journalists-bent-coppers-2/

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