Talk:Daniel Morgan (private investigator)

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News of the World - DS Cook surveillance[edit]

According to BBC Newsnight and Channel 4 News reports, the News of the World were operating surveillance on DS Dave Cook while he was conducting the 5th police enquiry and that it was found necessary for him to have police protection. His relationship with his wife Jacqui Haymes, presenter of CrimeWatch, was also investigated and her police personnel file appears to have been leaked to journalists. Once further details have been clarified this latest episode should be incorporated in the section of the article dealing with the 2011 NoW scandals. Opbeith (talk) 11:18, 7 July 2011 (UTC)

Jonathan Rees[edit]

A lot of this page, especially the '2011 News of the World "investigative journalism" scandal' section is about Jonathan Rees, shouldn't it be moved there? — Preceding unsigned comment added by Jamie Kitson (talkcontribs) 09:49, 14 July 2011 (UTC)

It wouldn't be a bad idea for someone to do a Jonathan Rees article, I didn't find one, but the reason why I put this article together here was because I was interested in Daniel Morgan and the campaigning that his relatives and the Guardian have done to investigate the truth about his death, and there was no article when I looked. There are a lot more issues relating to Jonathan Rees, so I don't see any problem in information from here being reproduced at a Jonathan Rees article if you want to create one, but not so that specific information about Daniel Morgan is more difficult to find. Opbeith (talk) 13:26, 14 July 2011 (UTC)
I'm happy to start a Jonathan Rees article if you like, It seams a sensible thing to do - otherwise the 2011 stuff might completely overtake everything else on the page. I'm likely to be copy and pasting a lot of the existing cotent though - how about I put up a draft and we'll see how we feel? Failedwizard (talk) 14:31, 16 July 2011 (UTC)
Okay, there is a draft up at User:Failedwizard/Jonathan_Rees - it needs work (at the moment it's nothing more than an editied down copy and paste), but it's got most of the bits, I need to copy edit and summerise the references to the murder and do some other bits but it should stand on it's own feet shortly. My plan would be to relese the draft and remove the phone hacking stuff from this article, but it would be nice to have a bit of consensus... what do you guys think? Failedwizard (talk) 14:53, 16 July 2011 (UTC)

worth mentioning the BBC report 8.00 Thursday radio 4....they stated that one of the investigatins, all the detectives on the case had to signe a statment that they were not members of any masonic lodge. A lot of other interesting details as well. Engineman (talk) 17:14, 20 August 2011 (UTC)