British Krypteia case files: ’90s Wimbledon and Plumstead common attacks; Part One: Napper a mere peeping tom?

The murder of Rachel Nickell, in front of her child in broad daylight on a Wimbledon Common being used by 500 people on the morning of July 15th, 1992, would have been as traumatic an incident as any that the British krypteia could muster. It was a rape (so the Metropolitan Police says) and savage murder even under the noses of day trippers on a summer’s More...

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By P W Laurie On Sunday, January 31st, 2021
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The Coronahoax is bread and butter for the British Krypteia

In ancient times, the Spartans were a ruling class in the Greek city state of Lacedaemon. When reading Plutarch’s account of the reorganisation of the society of that country by Lycurgus, one can certainly form More...

By P W Laurie On Sunday, January 24th, 2021
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State Crime And Police Cover Up; A Reappraisal Of Infamous Cases: Twickenham Attacks; Part Four: a psychological operation

Anna-Maria Rennie was approached by a man in a car at a bus stop in Twickenham in October, 2001. When she refused his offer of a lift, he tried to drag her into his vehicle. She struggled and escaped, and in 2005, More...

By P W Laurie On Wednesday, January 20th, 2021
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State Crime And Police Cover Up; A Reappraisal Of Infamous Cases: Twickenham Attacks; Part Three: McDonnell’s silent assassination

The Metropolitan Police say that they received a tip-off that Levi Bellfield owned a Ford Courier, and this is how he became the suspect in the Delagrange murder case (see the second part of this mini series). That More...

By P W Laurie On Thursday, January 14th, 2021
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State Crime And Police Cover Up; A Reappraisal Of Infamous Cases: Twickenham Attacks; Part Two: getting Delagrange to the killing zone

On August 19th, 2004, 22-year-old Amelie Delagrange was attacked as she crossed Twickenham Green. The strange thing about the case is the very little, incongruous, and conflicting information that was put into the More...

By P W Laurie On Tuesday, January 5th, 2021
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State Crime And Police Cover Up; A Reappraisal Of Infamous Cases: Twickenham attacks; Part One: Sheedy

The death of Milly Dowler has been attributed to Levi Bellfield, and he has received a life sentence for it, but it doesn’t fit a pattern, by which a number of women and older female teenagers (not children) were More...

By P W Laurie On Wednesday, December 30th, 2020
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State crime and police cover up; a reappraisal of infamous cases: Sarah Payne

If the reader has never before thought about it, please now consider the remarkable similarities between false flag terror and high profile crime cases. The instant beatification of the victim and the victim’s More...

By P W Laurie On Monday, December 23rd, 2019
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The Midsomer Murder solved? Part Three: another case of state crime

Only an unshakable conviction that the police exist to deter and punish crime against the public that pays them could prevent anyone looking at the case of the Valerie Graves murder and seeing that Surrey and Sussex More...

By P W Laurie On Tuesday, December 10th, 2019
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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, More...

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

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