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Exclusive: Hacking cover-up scandal as police refuse to name 'blue-chip' companies who used corrupt private investigators

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Re: Exclusive: Hacking cover-up scandal as police refuse to name 'blue-chip' companies who used corrupt private investigators

Post by plebgate on 03.08.13 20:22

Vaz is on the case. He does seem to rather enjoy a tv camera. Can't see this one being dropped. clapping 

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Re: Exclusive: Hacking cover-up scandal as police refuse to name 'blue-chip' companies who used corrupt private investigators

Post by Guest on 04.08.13 11:33

@plebgate wrote:Vaz is on the case.  He does seem to rather enjoy a tv camera.   Can't see this one being dropped.    clapping 

Absolutly agree plebgate litle by little the names on the list will be leaked


A private investigator jailed last year for paying a ‘blagger’ to steal bank details has revealed that his biggest clients were insurers at Lloyd’s of London.
John Spears, a former Metropolitan Police detective, is one of four ‘rogue’ private detectives whose clients form the basis of a secret list of 102 blue-chip companies and law firms held by the Serious Organised Crime Agency (Soca).
But in an interview with The Mail on Sunday, the 73-year-old investigator has dropped a heavy hint as to who is on the list, saying he was employed by three international law firms based in the City of London, who in turn were working for underwriters on Lloyd’s market

Spears, who served three months of an eight-month sentence after being convicted last year, said the underwriters would regularly ask him directly, or through lawyers, to carry out ‘financial investigations’ to assess the value of individuals and companies.
Law firms who employed him included Herbert Smith Freehills, Richards Butler (now known as Reed Smith) and Clyde & Co


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2384212/How-rogue-private-investigators-stole-bank-details-Lloyd-s-London-Shocking-claim-detective-centre-blue-chip-hacking-storm.html#ixzz2azk4jNbb
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Law firms named but who are the lawyers employed by the law firms?

 

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