Harvey Proctor Statement: Met To Take ‘No Further Action’

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by | March 21, 2016 · 1:50 pm

6 responses to “Harvey Proctor Statement: Met To Take ‘No Further Action’

  1. l8in

    Reblogged this on L8in.

  2. I await with interest Proctor’s book. Again we see Exaro cited and whilst I am ill equipped to comment on the Procter::Exaro relationship with any authority, I really hope that lessons are learnt so that every t is crossed and every i dotted. The stakes are too high and the crimes too fowl to be used to seek commercial advantage or used as a status building exercise. However, that said what gnaws in the back of my mind is just how easy it is to subvert inquiries and suppress the ‘truth’. Greetings Gojam, I’ll be checking in every now and again via a comment or two and a month won’t go buy without at least one post.

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  4. tazzdevil

    I told you all.People jumping on Bangwagon.I AM GOING TO SAY THIS FOR LAST TIME.IT ALL ORIGINATED IN NORTH WALES.EYE BEEN TAKEN OF MAIN ISSUES HENCE US SURVIVORS NOT HEARD OR GOT JUSTICE…….MONEY ,POWER,BROWN NOSE,WILL DAMAGE ALL INVESTIGATIONS…KEEP OUT OF WHAT DOES NOT CONCERN YOU ALL//////////PLEASE PLEAS PLEASE SORT OUT THE CORRUPTION IN SOUTH WALES AND NORTH WALES SINCE 1970,,,,,i BEG YOU ALL PLEASE ……

  5. tazzdevil

    Edit – Remember there is a trial due and anything that could prejudice that trial is contempt of court and could see the person get off.