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 Sunday, September 15th, 2019

London Bridge Inquests; Part Four: Evidence suggests that sole occupant of the van was a driver who escaped after crashing

As far as the story goes, the terror attack that occurred on Saturday 3rd June, 2017, in the Borough of Southwark involved a Hertz rented van crashing into railings overlooking a sub-street level precinct, the Green More...

By P W Laurie On Thursday, September 5th, 2019

London Bridge Inquests; Part Three: The entirely unresolved case of James McMullan

One of the big mysteries of the London Bridge and Borough Market “terror” incident of 2017 is the death of James McMullan. In truth, the inquest of May and June of this year into the deaths of the victims didn’t More...

By P W Laurie On Tuesday, August 27th, 2019

London Bridge Inquests; Part Two: Boro Bistro, the running men, and the man who dropped in from above

The official narrative of the London Bridge and Borough Market “terrorist” incident of 2017, according to information in the transcripts of the inquest into it, states that at seven minutes and seventeen seconds More...

By P W Laurie On Thursday, August 22nd, 2019

London Bridge Inquests; Part One: Introduction

In May and June of this year, coroner’s inquests were staged at the Old Bailey into the deaths that occurred during the so-called terrorist incident of June 3rd, 2017, at London Bridge and Borough Market. Naturally, More...

By P W Laurie On Thursday, July 18th, 2019

Salih Khater: convicted for having a spasm whilst driving

Just over a week after it started, the jury at the Salih Khater trial retired at 11.50 am on Tuesday 16th July to consider its verdict, and came back the next morning to find the defendant guilty on two counts of More...

By P W Laurie On Monday, July 15th, 2019

Somewhat on the quiet, the Salih Khater trial starts at the Old Bailey

After the victimised “Tommy Robinson” character was sentenced to nine months imprisonment, and possibly a tuna diet – or whatever other abuse is to come at the hands of the Establishment (that will nevertheless More...

By P W Laurie On Thursday, June 13th, 2019

National Action series, Part Five: featuring Jack Renshaw and the dangerous rubber duck principle

In a previous part of this now five-part series on National Action (all parts being linked to at the foot of this page), a pledge was made to return to the matter of Jack Renshaw, a character who has twice dodged More...

By P W Laurie On Sunday, December 23rd, 2018

Britain and France’s secret World War I alliance: a guarantor for Russian aggression

Continuing the series where post-9/11 criticism is applied to the events leading to the start of the First World War (see list at foot of page), this piece looks at the de facto military alliance that existed, in More...