Saturday, March 12, 2011

PRIME MINISTER; MURDER; MURDOCH

Jonathan Rees, who has links to David Cameron.

UK Prime Minister David Cameron hired Andy Coulson as his media adviser.

Cameron knew that, as editor of Rupert Murdoch's News of the World, Coulson employed Jonathan Rees. (Jonathan Rees.)

Rees stood trial for the murder of Daniel Morgan.

Police believe Morgan was murdered because he discovered his business partner Jonathan Rees was using their company to launder money from drug trafficking.

Morgan

In the UK, in 1987, Daniel Morgan was murdered "because he was about to expose a drugs conspiracy linked to police corruption."

One of the people who has been accused of murdering Morgan is Jonathan Rees.

Rees , a private investigator, has links to powerful police officers and to Rupert Murdoch's News of the World.

The case against Rees has collapsed in court.

On 12th March 2011 we read that in the Daniel Morgan murder, the family cry 'cover-up' as the case collapses.

A Scotland Yard officer has said that police corruption during the initial investigation in 1987 was a key reason that no one had ever been convicted of Morgan's murder.

The prosecution case 'was significantly weakened' when a judge excluded the evidence of a Mr Gary Eaton.

Sally Ann Wood, the ex-girlfriend of one of the suspects, James Cook, allegedly claimed to have seen 30 murders, some involving some of the suspects.

Morgan was murdered in the car park of a pub in South-East London. An axe was left embedded in his face.

Police believe Morgan was murdered because he discovered his business partner Jonathan Rees was using their company to launder money from drug trafficking.

Rees was said to have obtained information from corrupt police officers about operations.

Daniel Morgan's brother Alistair claims that Daniel was murdered because he was about to expose police corruption.

An agency run by Rees conducted ‘confidential inquiries’ on behalf of the News of the World and newspapers in the Mirror Group in the late 1990s.

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