The Hillsborough Disaster - The Match-Stalk Men Trial - Report No 1
Why are THEY still protecting Walter Jackson?
During the Hillsborough Inquest which ended in 2016, after having a vivid dream about Christina Lambert QC, Tony Farrell, a former Principal Intelligence Analyst and whistleblower from South Yorkshire Police, travelled from Ireland to Warrington in order to ultimately dispatch incriminating information about the scale of the cover-up to The Hillsborough Inquest Team. The incriminating information pertained to Walter Jackson former assistant chief constable, operations. Walter Jackson was responsible for the force’s planning for all major events, including the fateful 1989 semi-final. He was in the stadium at the time the disaster unfolded before his eyes.
Receipt of Tony Farrell’s evidence / information was eventually acknowledged by Tim Suter of the Hillsborough Inquest Team, but the information was ultimately conveniently ignored by the Coroner John Goldring, who from thereon-in went to extraordinary lengths to protect Walter Jackson from any adversarial questioning.
Within half an hour after day two of Tony Farrell’s own first attendance at The Hillsborough Inquest, where he had just been talking to several family members and a family solicitor at Birchwood Train Station, he was arrested and questioned under caution, but not subsequently charged with any offence. He believes to this day that his arrest in the nearby town of Widnes, was motivated by a desire by the security services to frighten him, and deter him from returning to the inquests, and spoiling their evil scheming plans. To this day, after over thirty two years of cover-up of the truth, he remains possibly the only employee past or present from South Yorkshire Police, who has ever been arrested and handcuffed over Hillsborough. He believes that the Inquest Coroner John Goldring was hellbent on not only covering up the truth about Walter Jackson, but crucially keeping the evidence about his hopelessly compromised state from the jury at all cost. The established order simply did not relish the prospect of Tony Farrell boldly talking to the families about what he actually knew about Walter Jackson. That’s because the established order knew full well that it could have conceivably altered the entire direction and outcome of the inquest, had it been disclosed to the jury, as it most assuredly should have been. Back then, John Goldring, the coroner undoubtedly perverted the course of justice.
At the subsequent criminal trial of David Duckenfield at Preston, and after seeing Christine Agnew QC in the courtroom, Tony Farrell submitted an Amicus Curiae Brief to the court with the prosecution barrister's kind assistance. The Amicus Curiae Brief again made reference to Walter Jackson and gifted the court with Muad'Dib's Hillsborough Ripple Effect film.
This second of the latest of three unjust judges served an Exclusion Order on the former Principal Intelligence Analyst, prohibiting him from any further attendance at Duckenfield's criminal trial and subsequent criminal retrial. The prohibitions unleashed upon Tony Farrell unLAWfully banned him from going anywhere near the Court at Preston, and also the Cunard Building in Liverpool where family members and survivors were watching proceedings unfold on a daily basis. Needless to say, the incriminating ‘Elephant in The Room’ evidence about Walter Jackson, delivered at Preston, was ignored by the unjust judge. The AMICUS CURIAE BRIEF was never once mentioned.
Two weeks prior to the start of the criminal trial of Denton, Foster and Metcalf, armed with even more incriminating evidence, Farrell had good cause write to the Director of Public Prosecutions Max Hill, asking for the above criminal trial to be postponed, owing to the new evidence available about the cover-up and protection of Walter Jackson, who was Duckenfield's boss, and the highest ranking officer in the stadium at the time of the disaster.
The following is an excerpt from Tony Farrell’s letter to the Director of Public Prosecutions, Max Hill.
" Public Confidence in the CPS - In approximately two weeks time, the criminal trial of Denton, Foster, and Metcalf is scheduled to commence. Just as it was with the more major criminal trial of David Duckenfield at Preston, again agonizingly absent from the upcoming lesser criminal trial at the Lowry Theatre in Salford Quays, is the name of Walter Jackson. My report reveals precisely why that is so, and implicitly infers that the trial of Denton, Foster, and Metcalf, as it stands, is destined to erode, not restore confidence in the CPS.”
“In short, the CPS stands accused of protecting Walter Jackson, and with respect, the lesser criminal trial needs to be postponed until the $64,000 question, as to why THEY are protecting Jackson, is satisfactorily resolved once and for all at a greater criminal trial of the former operational commander in charge of planning. Jackson’s trial must be in an open criminal court hearing. It must not be swept under the carpet any longer, within the backroom secret deals between Renaissance House, 102 Petty France, and 10 Downing Street. You will stand or fall on this single issue."
Needless to say, Max Hill ignored Farrell’s communication, and the criminal trial of Denton, Foster, and Metcalf, proceeds, with that protected species Walter Jackson, seemingly nowhere to be seen.
Let it not be said therefore that before the start of the Match-Stalk Men trial of Denton, Foster and Metcalf, in the Lowry Theatre, that three unjust judges, namely Coroner John Goldring, Judge Peter Openshaw, and DPP Max Hill, were not all each given beforehand, more than a fair word of warning about their own devious parts in the ongoing cover-up and protection of Walter Jackson.
“Power corrupts; absolute power corrupts absolutely”
Readers of this article are encouraged to follow the criminal trial of Denton, Foster, and Metcalf, and carefully observe proceedings against the insightful backdrop of The Hillsborough Ripple Effect film. Thirty-two years too late, the latest farcical criminal trial is expected to last for up to 16 weeks, but whilst-ever the $64,000 question of why are THEY still protecting Walter Jackson remains unanswered, the previous conduct of three unjust judges really needs to be brought under the greater spotlight, as day one of the Lowry Street Theatre trial gets underway on this day 19th April 2021.
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