23 October 2012

West Yorkshire Police - more papers

West Yorkshire Police are under more criticism today with Sir Norman Bettison being asked to resign. Earlier examples of cover-ups are published below from Tony Holland's papers. This is discussed on UK Legal here:

Geoffrey Land to Don Veitch 26 Sept 1989

Colin Sampson to Peter Nobes Sept 1990

29 September 2012

Lumb & Kenningham tax investigation - Peter Sutcliffe

Lumb and Kenningham solicitors were facing an investigation into their tax affairs by the Inland Revenue from 1980. This arose from a business partnership they were in with Tony Holland. Documents will be posted below, and can be discussed on UK Legal:

Letter from Inland Revenue 4 October 1979 

Letter from Michael jack

Letter from Lord Hailsham

25 September 2012

Stuart Hyde & the death of Melvin Hodgson

Stuart Hyde has come under more attack from Tony Holland, who has published more documents involving this Chief Constable, suspended from duty following allegations of misconduct. This has been discussed on UK Legal.

Australian Deputy Premier Robert Fordham wrote to the British Home Secretary on Mr Holland's behalf. John Patten was one of the 3 Home Secretaries to be involved in negotiations over his case. Below is one of the letters in correspondence between them:

Letter from John Patten to Robert Fordham p1

Letter from John Patten to Robert Fordham p2

Letter from Robert Fordham to John Patten p1

Letter from Robert Fordham to John Patten p2

Police HMI Sir Colin Sampson was also implicated in advising Chief Constable Peter Nobes about the danger of Tony Holland seeing the Hodgson file:

Letter from Peter Nobes to Sir Colin Sampson

Lord Denning apologises to Tony Holland

Tony Holland's biography is now available here.

Stuart Hyde IPCC Investigation

Stuart Hyde is to be investigated by the IPCC (Independent Police Complaints Commission) following a complaint by Tony Holland. The following documents are discussed on UK Legal:

IPCC Complaint application by Tony Holland

Land Transfer Form p.1

Land Transfer Form p.2

Certificate of Incorporation for Vilindra Company

22 September 2012

Stuart Hyde Chief Constable misconduct allegations

Stuart Hyde has been accused of misconduct. Tony Holland was unhappy about the way Hyde dealt with his CCRC (Criminal Case Review Commission) application. Below are some of the documents that reveal anomalies in his case:

Excerpt from CCRC Application

Appeal Judgement p.1

Appeal Judgement p.2

Appeal Judgement p.3

Letter from Deputy Chief Constable Sampson

This topic is being discussed on UK Legal here.

Further documents have been added relating to the involvement of Home Secretary David Waddington referred to on UK Legal:

Robert Fordham letter 3 May 1991 p.1

Robert Fordham letter 3 May 1991 p.2

Robert Fordham letter 3 May 1991 p.3

Dr D. J. Werrett letter 18 August 1993

03 February 2012

Innocent Holiday used as Circumstantial Evidence

In 1992 the CIA plotted with MI5 in an attempt to fabricate evidence to frame me. In 1976 I went on a holiday to Canada and the USA and I travelled around by Greyhound bus. What a suspicious thing to do, you must be thinking? Well, in the minds of MI5 this is just the sort of evidence they can twist into proof of guilt.
Below is a copy of the map that was given to me by a friend in Chicago:
Map of Downtown Chicago

A number of locations are circled. At the top is the place where my friend worked, there is also a circle around the Greyhound bus station, and others at the Sears Tower and the Arts Centre. To me this was all innocent, as these were places I visited while I was there, and I went to the top of Sears Tower during my stay. Far from the reality of what I actually did in Chicago, MI5 were desperate to make it appear that I was on a KGB mission, and the CIA were there to help check out the details to try to incriminate me.

MI5 asked Viktor Oshchenko to say something that would help to make the Chicago visit appear to be sinister, and in his meeting with MI5 he did his best: :.
‘[Oshchenko] was shown the marked map of Downtown Chicago and asked for his comments. …. [Smith] was sent on the trip, paid for by the KGB, to establish contacts and friends and to reconnoitre the possibilities of obtaining a job out there. …. [Oshchenko] thought that the ringed buildings and numbers might, therefore, represent universities, research establishments or contact addresses’.

At my friend's recommendation I spent some time on a guided tour organised by the Chicago ArchiCenter. It was very interesting to visit a number of buildings in the city that had played a part in the development of architecture, including examples by the famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Below is the front cover of the leaflet describing the guided tours, and I even kept the ticket I bought for that tour. I have never understood the relevance of this for a KGB mission, but that is the sort of lie that MI5 had to use in order to ensure that I would be convicted.
Chicago ArchiCenter Leaflet

Chicago ArchiCenter Ticket