Mar2008 Police Inspector Neil Munro body on a Dorset beach

With the creeping in of fascist/far-right military political killings in the UK this section looks at strange deaths of police, forces personnel & killings such as that of Diana Princess of Wales made to 'look like' an accident who was assassinated because she challenged the cult of secrecy and manipulation at Britain's crooked Royal Family.
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Mar2008 Police Inspector Neil Munro body on a Dorset beach

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POLICE INSPECTOR'S BODY FOUND AT EXCLUSIVE SEASIDE RESORT

Thursday March 13,2008
By Emily Garnham - Daily Express

THE BODY of a police inspector has been found washed ashore at an expensive seaside resort in Dorset.

The body of Bournemouth police inspector Neil Munro was washed up on Sandbanks in Dorset at 8 am this morning. The 43-year-old's body was reportedly found under the jetty of a house on Panorama Road, nicknamed Millionaire’s Row. A gardener is believed to have found the man on land belonging to a multimillion-pound seafront mansion. The owners of the house called police and it has been sealed off.

Dorset Police confirmed a man’s body was found along Panorama Road but would give no further details. The man is thought to have suffered serious head injuries but police would not confirm if his death is suspicious.

Jill Lee, 57, who works in the Haven Ferry shop in Sandbanks, said: “Apparently it was washed up in the garden of The Tides. The details are a bit sketchy. They found him at 8 am this morning. “A couple of local residents have told us they were spoken to by police.”

She said the owners of the land where Mr Munro's body was found were believed to be doctors from London who do not live there full-time. The exclusive Sandbanks resort in Poole contains some of the most expensive properties in the country and is home to Portsmouth manager Harry Redknapp.

http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/379 ... ide-resort

Poole:- most expensive property in UK, plus SBS Gladio training school
Winfrith:- privatised military
........3-year-old Bournemouth police inspector is thought to have suffered serious head injuries......

......“Neil had served with Dorset Police for 20 years. He had a huge impact on policing here in Bournemouth and across the force.

“Mr Munro had been section inspector in charge of north Bournemouth for the past two-and-a-half years and previously worked at Poole, Ferndown, Gravel Hill and in the air support unit at Dorset Police headquarters in Winfrith.”
http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/ne ... 913287.ece
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these sites may interest you.

dorset police are a very masonic force.

http://www.dorsetvictimsupport.org/main.html

http://www.dorsetvictimsupport.org/mason.html
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Peter Power was fired from the Dorset Polic in 1993. What did he do? Is he being blackmailed?
At the time of the London bombings, Peter Power was Managing Director of Visor Consultants Ltd., a London-based "crisis management" firm. Power is the former police chief from West Dorset (Southern England). Power was suspended from the force in April 1993 and forced to retire in September 1993 after an investigation which remains confidential.
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This from tomorrow's Mail
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So, he fell off a Cross Channel Ferry after smashing up his own head. What had he bee saying on the phone over the last two days about his old friend and colleague Peter Power's misdemeanors?

Still it does seem highly likely this guy was on to something.

The armed forces and police, indeed all official bodies need to be made aware of the degree of infiltration of moles into our civic bodies, almost to the extent of criminalising the entire law enforccement process.

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I have had problems with dorset police on many fronts over the last 4 years and have had loads of contact with pc neil munro.

i found him to be a fairly genuine copper unlike every other dorset copper i have come across.

the last time i spoke to him,which was about a year ago,i brought up the issue of masons in the dorset police force.

he laughed and said,their are alot of masons on the force,but its getting better.

as for peter power,i built his home in sundew rd creekmoor,poole in the early 90s,

he rather fancied a woman who moved in a few doors up from him.

this woman took a fancy to me and he did not like it one bit.

us builders didn't know he was a copper to start with,but very soon realised he was when he said to me,because he was jealous,the new forest is a very big place for a body to disapear.

about 5 of my mates heard him say this and i'm still in touch with them and they still remember this.

he was a very creepy scumbag.
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Dangerous times to be a honest cop in this country.

I think one of the regular posters to this forum has a son who is a Dorset copper.
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an excellent point from that link.

"So no cause of death yet then, despite the deliberately created idea that he committed suicide. What did he do then -will himself dead? Suicide by willpower"......................

"Inspector Morse would be proud of how quickly these coincidental deaths are solved and put to bed. Expect to hear over the next few days that Mr Munro was depressed/suicidal/suffering from a serious illness/stressed/having an affair."

how do they know all this stuff so quickly? i use to think they launched investigastions before such details became evident, and i use think they took longer than a few days.

no mention of murder or possible murder, yet they don't even know the cause of death. :shock:
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Beware the Ides of March ?

Camilla's Security Police Sergeant shoots himself !
The body of 55-year-old Sergeant Richard Fuller - who was in charge of security at Camilla's Wiltshire residence, Ray Mill House - was yesterday (10.03.08 ) found at his Bremhill cottage, near Calne, after he reportedly committed suicide.

Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, is "deeply shocked and upset" after her top police bodyguard apparently shot himself dead.

Wiltshire Police have confirmed they are now investigating his death.

A spokeswoman for Camilla, who is currently on a Caribbean tour with husband Britain's Prince Charles, said: "The duchess was very saddened to hear of the death of Sgt Richard Fuller."

A source close to the duchess added: "This is terrible news. She's deeply shocked and upset. Camilla had a good working relationship with him. She is obviously upset for his wife and family."

The married father-of-three was a firearms expert with the Wiltshire Police and close to retirement.

Wiltshire's Assistant Chief Constable Andy Marsh said: "I can confirm that an investigation is taking place into the sudden death of a Wiltshire police officer at an address near Calne. The officer was highly regarded and will be sadly missed."

Sgt Fuller was in charge of the £2.6 million security team at the six-bedroom Ray Mill House, which Camilla bought for £850,000 after her divorce from her first husband, Andrew Parker Bowles, in 1996.

A new guardhouse was built in the property's 27-acre grounds two years ago for Camilla's team of personal protection officers.
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Wiltshire Police Press Release
10/03/2008 - Sudden Death of A Wiltshire Police Officer

The following is a statement from Wiltshire Police Assistant Chief Constable Andy Marsh regarding the death of Sgt Richard Fuller of the Wiltshire Police Armed Response Group:

“I can confirm that an investigation is taking place into the sudden death of Sgt Richard Fuller, at an address near Calne.

“Richard, who was known by most people as Dick, was a highly regarded member of the force and will be sadly missed by his colleagues and friends in Wiltshire Police. Our thoughts go out to his family and friends at this time.”

A post mortem examination will be arranged to establish the cause of death. HM Coroner for Swindon and Wiltshire has been informed of the death and an inquest is expected to be opened tomorrow (Wednesday, 12th March, 2008).

Sgt Fuller served with Wiltshire Police for almost 30 years. In January 2007 he took over supervision of the staff that provides security for the Duchess of Cornwall’s private home, situated in the county

Whilst he had day to day contact with the Duchess’ staff his interaction with the Duchess herself was more intermittent. Speculation that Sgt Fuller formed part of the Duchess’s close protection team is inaccurate.

First posted to firearms duties in 1990, Sgt Fuller was a member of the Force’s Tactical Firearms Unit, a firearms tactics advisor and was a trained close protection officer. He was an acknowledged police firearms specialist.
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so we know inspector munro boarded a ferry,

where was he going and why?

could we get a passenger list.
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It would be interesting to find out if there is any connection between the 3 officers. They obviously knew something or saw something or were involved in something that made them a threat to the Government which meant they had to be killed.
Each death looks like murder made to look like a very unlikely suicide.

These are not the type of people who would kill themselves, these were all successful, respectable and happy people. Manic depressives with suicidal tendancies are not royal protection officer fodder. Nor Chief Constable candidates.

Lets guess someone who did want to kill themselves would they go walking on a mountain during a hurricane wearing only indoor clothing? I have holidayed in that area and even during mild weather it is very windy and cold. The guy on the ferry - nobody saw him and the royal protection officer simply found dead in bed.

Only a text message implies suicide. What men in their fifties would send texts to their wives saying i am killing myself i wont be home for dinner?
Most fifty somethings do not text.
What mobile network gets a signal up a mountain or on a ferry?

I would like to remind everyone not of David Kelly but all the many people bumped off by the Clintons and made to look like suicide like Vince Foster. Bush has had a few too including the woman who accused him of rape.

so the question is what did the 3 know?
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This is a connection to Rothschild. How big I don't know could even be 'family'

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Dorset Jersey link - pedophilia too?

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Someone I recently stayed with received a link to an article

http://www.whatdoesitmean.com/index1079.htm

about the Jersey scandal and linking it to 'top cops' dropping like flies of recent days ....

(well three anyway - except I wouldn't call Camilla's security officer at one little-used place a 'top cop', but anyway I suppose it could conceivably be relevant, especially as Charles is the head honcho at Jersey from a Constitutional point of view; and I am not sure how the author Sorcha Faal knows that the Dorset Inspector had been assigned to investigate the yachting fraternity - though it is a fairly plausible hypothesis, I would judge).

With respect to cops and top people and children's homes and boys clubs and yachts and porn and pedophiles have a good look at www.dunblaneunburied.tk - which is a great site about the coverup behind the Dunblane tragedy. 100 years level of secrecy imposed by Speculative Society (masonic) Lord Cullen equates with Rudolf Hess secrecy requirement!

Sandra Utley tracked down the off-duty cop who was taking his kids into school just as Hamilton struck, and whose evidence was disappeared because it contradicted that of the headmaster (only one of four to be called to give evidence in person) and janitor and off-duty teacher on very many key points. Top cops caught lying to the Inquiry on oath, e.g. how close they were socially to Hamilton.

It seems likely that the increasingly desperate and unhappy Hamilton was being groomed for some sort of atrocity, was followed to the school and killed after he had killed x number of people (unclear) - after which the media heard about it straight away, the parents couldn't get into the room to see their kids bodies for 6 hours!! - and suddenly it was all about the need to ban handguns (Snowdrop petition) when the existing legislation - if correctly enforced - could have stopped Hamilton from owning them. (ditto hiring school premises for 'gymnastics classes').

In the old days you could entrust someone with a major organisation - no names no packdrill - if you had caught him on film having gay sex or sex with a prostitute. Now it often has to be a lot 'harder stuff'. So pedophile rings run by the state (cf Detroux, Kincora, Franklin coverup) are key honeytraps, as well as bonding mechanisms within the frats allowing this to continue.

Finally, it may be that New Labour will regret trying to capitalise on the huge initial sympathy people felt for the McCann's (why did they do so?). Increasingly the McCann's testimony seems to many people as dodgy as a nine bob note. Sarah Brown, New Labour spinmeister turned local PR advisror/enforcer Clarence Mitchell, and who knows who else stand to get their fingers badly burned. It seems the UK is trying to bully the dagos of little Portugal to not interrogate our pure English white rose Middle class Doctor couple? - who just happened to be reading a book about famous forensic investigations and how people got caught at the same time as their poor daughter goes missing, and their flat is ultra spotless.

What the real truth is I know not, just that their are so many questions about their testimony that if the Portuguese police keep on being blocked from interrogating these two suspects, it deserves to become a public scandal. 100 questions here: www.mcannfiles.com/id35.html
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keith Mothersson wrote:100 questions here: www.mcannfiles.com/id35.html
You need an extra 'c' there, www.mccannfiles.com/id35.html.

The McCanns are VERY lucky. They had their skins saved and their asses hauled back to the UK just as things were about to turn sour for them. Though there are a number of reasons why they were saved, the same reasons Labour and the media threw their weight behind them in the first place.
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sycorax82 wrote:Labour and the media threw their weight behind them in the first place.
for details of how Labour and the media threw their weight behind them , see Postman Patel's blog

I browsed to this blog tonight, which has various ruminations on the topics of Dorset suicide cops, Jersey abuse, Madeline McCann etc.
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Cop drowned after 'humiliating' disciplinary hearing
A COP fell to his death from a ferry after a "humiliating" disciplinary hearing into claims he filled in his paperwork wrongly.

By John Ferguson
00:00, 4 JUN 2008 UPDATED0 9:11, 1 JUL 2012

A COP fell to his death from a ferry after a "humiliating" disciplinary hearing into claims he filled in his paperwork wrongly.

An inquest yesterday heard Inspector Neil Munro, 43, felt he had been unfairly treated and broke down in tears after the four-hour meeting.

The commended policeman was also worried about the state of his marriage and had become depressed.

Shortly before his death, Neil, from Dunoon, Argyll, told his wife Melanie he needed to take "time out" to clear his head.

He bought a ticket for a Brittany Ferries service from Poole, Dorset, to Cherbourg on March 12 and fell into the sea as it left the harbour. Nobody saw him fall.[except his killer?]

His body washed up under the private jetty of a luxury home on the exclusive Sandbanks peninsula the next morning.

The inquest, in Bournemouth, heard the Dorset police disciplinary hearing took place two weeks before Neil's death.

Detective Chief Inspector Neil Redstone, who investigated his colleague's death, told the hearing: "Mr Munro was one of a number of officers interviewed and there was no suggestion of criminality."

Melanie, 33, said: "He came home and he was crying. He said that in relation to what was going on, he felt he had been treated unfairly and had been humiliated."

On March 3, Neil spoke to commanding officer Superintendent Bob Boulton and told him he felt his judgement had been called into question at the hearing.

Psychologist Sarah Pascoe said Neil also told her he had felt angry and humiliated.

He had sought psychological help after he began suffering bouts of depression in 2005. Melanie said the problem was so bad she talked about leaving him because of the effect his behaviour was having on their 21-month-old son Jack.

She said: "Three weeks before his death, Neil was getting particularly low.

"We talked about splitting up because I felt I could not cope with his behaviour and with the effect it was having on our family.

"I said unless he changed and got more help we would have to consider splitting up because I had noticed a change in my son because of the way Neil was in front of him."

On March 7, Neil, of Bournemouth, admitted for the first time to his psychologist that he'd had suicidal thoughts.

Melanie, who wept at the inquest, said: "He had never said this to me before and it scared me.

"I questioned him the night before he left that he would not do anything stupid and it would have such a devastating effect to leave Jack without a daddy. He said he'd never do anything like that to our son."

The inquest also heard that a week before his death, Neil spoke to a fellow cop about the case of a missing person who talked of drowning himself by jumping off a ferry.

And on the day he died, Neil chatted briefly to a neighbour, retired policeman Thomas Saunders, about the death of Mike Todd, the chief constable of Greater Manchester Police, who had been found dead on Snowdonia a few days earlier.
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