Northumbria Police pervert the course of justice
In Part 2 of Richard D. Hall's 2012 Tour talk, we give an update on the situation of "Forensic Historians" Alan Wilson and Baram Blackett. Wilson & Blackett, authors of 9 historical books and researchers of Arthurian history have been targeted seemingly because somebody does not want their findings to become widely accepted historical truths. Media smear campaigns, murder attempts and perversion of justice by certain officers in the police. In today's talk Richard explains briefly some of the claims of their work and outlines the disgraceful "investigation" conducted by the ineffectual Northumbria Police into an alleged recent murder attempt on Baram Blackett. Blackett was in a coma for 11 days and very nearly died. It seems the spineless Northumbria police may be taking their orders from the criminals at MI5.
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