Seven boxes of of evidence found during the raid on Peter Righton’s home…
What did those boxes contain ?
Well, we understand from David Hencke’s Blog, HERE , that “Tom Watson’s source had three days to study the documents and the first investigation was inexplicably closed down after four months.”
My own sources confirm this.
So, what did those boxes contain ? Well, I’ve been told that Peter Righton was an inveterate hoarder and that he kept every communication that he ever received.
I’m guessing that following the arrest of Charles Napier, there will be a large number of people who will be wondering whether or not Operation Fairbank have in their possession letters that they wrote to Peter Righton.
Seven boxes… my oh my. That is an awful lot of correspondence…
And why was the investigation closed down ?
I had a rather interesting conversation with a couple of people far more expert than myself about this matter last week. Funnily enough, both immediately focused on the name of the police officer in charge.