27 August 2009

John Kelsey-Fry QC & Gary Summers

Before and during my Official Secrets Act trial John Kelsey-Fry QC was the Prosecution go-between with the Defence team, talking with my barrister Gary Summers about what was happening in the case. Obviously, one important matter that was not discussed was that the Prosecution were planning an ambush on the Defence over the so-called "evidence" about the ALARM missile.

The evidence of Professor Meirion Francis Lewis was clearly known to the Prosecution prior to my trial in September of 1993, because they had some well rehearsed questions about what would be presented to the jury.

John Kelsey-Fry must have known that this evidence was about to be presented in court - so why did he not tell his Defence counter-part that this evidence about ALARM was likely to be coming up in court? Surely this looks like John Kelsey-Fry is part of some bigger plan to damage the defence case by underhanded methods? This just goes to demonstrate that the legal profession is full of characters like John Kelsey-Fry, who are only too willing to act unethically in order to win a case.

Sir John Nutting QC expert evidence needs polygraph lie detector

Sir John Nutting QC will be asked to undergo a polygraph lie detector test to confirm whether he was involved in conspiring with Professor Meirion Francis Lewis to present false evidence at my trial in 1993 regarding the ALARM missile.

It will obvious to any technically minded person that there was something fundamentally wrong with the testimony given by Professor Meirion Francis Lewis at my trial, when he unexpectedly gave evidence that a 10-year old low-level document had been used on ALARM missiles deployed during the Gulf War of 1991.

The facts behind this issue will be available on this blog in the very near future.