The Midsomer Murder solved? Part Two: perpetrator indicates a conspiracy, police not interested

When the Valerie Graves murder case was first addressed here at FBEL in 2015, it was stated of the parameters for a DNA dragnet search operation, performed by police and intended to find the perpetrator of the crime, that they were “so random that there is a very high chance, if not a 100% probability, that they will fail to identify the murderer.” More...

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By P W Laurie On Wednesday, December 4th, 2019

The London Bridge incident: the City of London/British Military Intelligence amalgam at low ebb?

There’s no doubt that it is significant that the latest supposed terror attack in London was a pathetic affair in contrast with the spectaculars that have been pulled off in the past. And there’s no doubt that More...

By P W Laurie On Wednesday, November 27th, 2019

The Midsomer Murder solved? Part One: an abundance of DNA, after all

The reader might be very surprised to learn that the Surrey and Sussex police force has “solved” the Midsomer Murder mystery – otherwise known as the so-called Valerie Graves case. The nickname, the reader More...

By P W Laurie On Friday, November 15th, 2019

The Brexit Party has repositioned, is selling something new, but its primary role continues to be to generate election turnout

No one can deny that since Monday, when Nigel Farage dropped all previous objections to the Tories’ Withdrawal Agreement (or Article 50 treaty with the EU), the Brexit Party has taken a different tack in its campaigning. More...

By P W Laurie On Tuesday, November 12th, 2019

The Brexit Party shilling operation unravels as Farage okays Fake Brexit and signals voters to back Tories

Readers of this site were recently told to soon expect a “general standing aside” of the Brexit Party to promote Tory candidates in the national election to be held in December. This has now happened, albeit More...

By P W Laurie On Saturday, November 9th, 2019

A brief history of recent elections leading to the collective stupidity of 2017: a gibbering imbecility about to be repeated

If most people vote in British general elections, where the outcome time after time is a steady progress to the same destination irrespective of which party is in office, because they think their political team More...