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ViewtyJuly 30th – Chelmsford Magistrates’ Court , Chris Spivey found guilty – and vilified by the national media. Guilty of what? See my letter (below) handed in to the Minitry of Justice on August 12th.

Spivey had earlier put out the statement: “The court case is going ahead tomorrow despite my Barrister stating in writing that I cannot get a fair trial without the witnesses there. Apparently the judge has refused to postpone the case despite the appeal being put in to have the witnesses present… That should tell you what the outcome of this Kangaroo Court will beThe bottom line is that this is a fraudulent court case and the rule of law completely ignored continue reading…

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The Trial of ‘Thomas Mair’

The judgment on 23rd November, 7th day of the trial, sentenced Mair to life-imprisonment.

This trial would have made judges of old turn in their graves. What, no defence? Not a word from the accused, not even as to whether he was guilty or not? No sign of any dead body? Was it hacked to death and no drop of blood to be seen? I heard the jury being told that they could not be shown photos of the actual corpse, because it might upset them, and instead would only be shown computer-generated images.

‘Habeus corpus,’ a most basic concept of British justice, translates as, ‘have you got the body?’ That is necessary for a murder trial to proceed.  In this case we have seen no pictures of Jo cox’s dead body, nor any credible-looking death certificate from a coroner or receipt from Leeds General Infirmary of receipt of the body, somewhere around 1.40 on 16.6.16. There is no body, there is no blood.

Trial and verdict via media had totally prejudged the case before the court even opened.

Who was the man sitting in the Old Bailey court 8 for six days, looking utterly bored and uninterested? Even when CCTV was shown of allegedly him hacking someone to death, I saw him not bother to look up. Nobody asked a witness to identify him, no-one asked him to swear on oath as to who he was. They could have easily given us evidence that his DNA matched that found in Thomas Mair’s home, had they wished: but did not. Was he some police agent? Maybe he was silent because, although a lookalike, his voice would not have sounded like Mair.

Here is the one and only picture the world was shown on T.M. after the event, compared with (a) an earlier student I.D. of his, (b) the picture of the man on trial, (c) a CCTV image shown at the trial, supposedly taken just before the murder.TM recent police picIf I may quote the view of H.T. (who collected these 4 images): “To me that [the student I.D.] does look like the gardener’s face, but not so much like the interviewed person, nor the police pic, nor the CCTV attacker. Can we demand CCTV moving footage somehow, that the still was taken from?” She noted that the ‘CCTVCCTV attacker TM JC TM gardenerattacker’ had a longer face, a knobbly nose, a beard and maybe dark moustache.

TM Student ID 2011I was told that the Defence was not contesting his identity and therefore the Court did not require evidence of who he was. The Defence contested virtually nothing in this trial – in fact there was no defence.

Hi-res images were soon posted up, showing the pavement all around the library and not a drop of blood anywhere. The story needed blood and so when ‘Thomas Mair’ was arrested – making no attempt to escape or resist – they dashed his head against the pavement so he was bleeding profusely. Soon they were claiming that his blood DNA-tested was inside his zip-up carrier bag, and over his mobile phone,  on his gun, etc. This was very thorough, but the story didn’t make sense – how was it supposed to have got inside his bag and onto these various objects?

The story didn’t need to make sense – the media give their fatuous, daily accounts of the trial, ensuring that citizens received their dose of horror, and heard how wicked was this ‘Britain first’ loner. No-one can afford to buy a transcript of the court proceedings, so as long as the jury vote him guilty, which they did of course, then we will soon forget about it, don’t we?

What was the motive? T.M.’s primary motive was presumably to get himself locked away for life, because he would clearly have known, as he strolled down the hill, having hacked the Labour Party M.P. to death, that the police would catch him very soon. He must also surely have known that his act would damage the Brexit campaign. But would a murderer really choose a spot in a bustling town center at noon in between a café and the local library? (here and here) Was Birstall MP Jo Cox set upon by this man, in no way strong-looking, while six of seven people stood around witnessing it (two in the car with her, two from the library,  a couple more from the café across the road, etc., etc) – then he strolls off down the hill! Here is the scene:

coffee shop

(Thanks Chris Spivey)

Instead, her car the silver Astra Vauxhall had just parked by the library, and she emerged with two others, when she was set upon, at 12.52. Then death was certified at 1.48 pm. As Jo Cox was lying on the pavement, then – if you believe Richard Whittam lawyer for the prosecution – she dragged herself along and rolled into the road between two cars, in her death agony. On the next day the 17th two local newspapers reported their stories: that she had been pronounced dead on the ground i.e. pavement in front of the library (Yorkshire Evening Post); or, pronounced dead in the Leeds Infirmary at that same time (Huddersfield Examiner). It’s unclear what happened to her, but no-one photographed a stretcher with the body of the local MP being carried into an ambulance. Such a photographic image could not possibly have been missed. Despite all the people standing around, no-one photographed anything at all!

The picture shows the spot where the murder allegedly took place – or, one of the spots as witnesses did not all agree on this matter. It’s on the far-left of this picture, a downward-slope exit from the public library. All the media images cut out the adjacent coffee shop! I guess the idea of plotting a murder of local MP in broad daylight in-between a coffee shop and the local library would have seemed just too absurd. Next, here is a photo of various police immediately after whatever happened, showing the clean, clear surface of the pavement:NoBlood2

We note the pair of shoes in the distance: she crawled in her death-agony along that stretch of pavement – or so the Court was told. The Court heard several different stories of where she was attacked. The day after the event, the Yorkshire Evening Post reported that she had been walking down that slope coming out of the library, when she was attacked. That was also the BBC news version, just hours after the event: ‘She only managed to walk a few yards from the library where (1 min) she was holding surgery meeting, speaking to her constituents before she was shot…. Minutes before the attack she was in her local library.’  Also on the day the Mirror reported only that she had been ‘critically injured.’ How could these first accounts be so wrong?

The Surgery at the library was to have been 1-2 pm, and Ms Cox was just emerging from her car when it happened, that soon became the standard account. The first witness told how the silver Vauxhall Astra car drove up to the library and three people got out: Jo Cox, Fuzilla Aswat her personal assistant (who drove the car) and Sandra Major. Ms Cox went around the back of the car when someone was ‘caught on CCTV’ rushing towards her. Later on the death-scene shifted to the front of that car, with accounts of how she fell onto the pavement then rolled over into the road, between two cars. Here is the BBC picture of what the scene was supposed to look like from the air, you can see the space in-between the two cars with some ‘décor,’ but no sign of any death-struggle anywhere. Can a person be stabbed fifteen times and shot three times, and then lie there for quite a while, with no drop of blood anywhere?

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Accounts kept varying as to whether Ms Cox dies on the pavement or in Leeds General Infirmary. She was shot in the head at point-blank range with a rifle-gun and so fell backwards onto the ground (court testimony by Sandra Major) and then she started to speak! ‘Get away, get away you two! Let him hurt me – don’t let him hurt you.’ Yes it’s an absurd narrative – and would we expect it from one shot in the face at point-blank range? Are not some rather poor storytellers at work here? If it’s not physically possible, it didn’t happen.

‘Mair’ in his late fifties was described by Ms Aswat as wearing a dark baseball hat, having silvery hair over his eyes and ears and having a blue holdall bag. Throughout this case, accounts  of whether ‘Mair’ was wearing a black or white cap would keep changing, in an absurd manner. At a quarter to ten on that morning the 16th, his neighbor Julia Nelson who knew him well was on the 229 bus, when she saw him walking along, with his little goatee beard, grey in color.  He always wore a baseball cap, she said, the usual light-color. That sounded quite authentic. He had a beard, and so the fellow in the court had to have a beard – contrary to the picture we’d all been given of him earlier, clean-shaven.

The Court heard in great detail from a forensic DNA expert on where it was found, identifying it as that of Thomas Mair, but not saying who the Thomas Mair was from whom they had taken their source-sample for comparison. They could have easily taken some from his flat, and ascertained whether it was the same as that of the guy in the dock. The police arrested their suspect and at once caused him to bleed profusely – was that the source of the DNA matching?

The whole event is very much like a conjuring-trick, where you think you have seen a tragic death, but the whole core of the story is simply missing. The narrative keeps, changing, which sort of hints that the thing did not happen.

Character

An utterly different character is imprinted upon the ‘victim’ – and it is here not impossible that Thomas Mair is the *only* victim in whatever happened on that day. Here is what locals said of him:

The picture that emerged of the man known as Tom or Tommy from those who knew him best was of a quiet and caring loner. His half-brother, who is mixed race, claimed he had been volunteering at a school for children with disabilities for several years and had never expressed any racist views. Duane St Louis, 41, described his brother as a devoted son who shopped for their mother twice a week and who had visited her on Wednesday night to help tune her TV. He would give locals gardening tips as he strolled down the road to use the library computer.

Duane insisted his brother had never expressed any racist views and seemed quite happy to have a mixed-race sibling. Asked whether his brother had any strong political views, he replied: “Not that I know of.” He said he had no idea how Mair had got hold of a gun and did not have any hobbies that would require a firearms licence. Duane said he couldn’t believe the news. “I was watching Sky News and I recognised him in handcuffs on the ground,” he said. “It felt like a dream. I just couldn’t believe he’d do something like that. Friends said Mair had never shown any interest in politics or the EU referendum.”

Here is a quote from this gentle, caring fellow – the only real one you will ever hear – concerning how well volunteer gardening works as a cure for depression:

I can honestly say it has done me more good than all the psychotherapy and medication in the world. Many people who suffer from mental illness are socially isolated and disconnected from society, feelings of worthlessness are also common, mainly caused by long-term unemployment.

All these problems are alleviated by doing voluntary work. Getting out of the house and meeting new people is a good thing, but more important in my view is doing physically demanding and useful labour. When you have finished there is a feeling of achievement which is emotionally rewarding and psychologically fulfilling. For people for whom full-time, paid employment is not possible for a variety of reasons, voluntary work offers a socially positive and therapeutic alternative.

Hear, hear! He had another brother Scott Mair, 49, who told reporters he had wept when he heard about the killing. He said: “I am struggling to believe what has happened. My brother is not violent and is not all that political. I don’t even know who he votes for. Nick Gannon, 33, who lived two doors away from Mair, has known him since he was 10 years old. “It’s shocking,” he said. “He were a quiet guy, you would not think it of him. He would cut elderly people’s grass voluntarily. There were no reason to think he would be capable of something like this.” ‘He never showed any political interest at all, never mentioned it, not even to his brother.’ (Stephen Lees)

Quite a few such testimonies appeared from locals, who obviously liked him and knew him well. He had lived on that estate for decades and was well-known to the locals. See eg here about the voluntary work he did to assist Muslims in learning English, and before that with ‘Pathfinders,’ a community care movement. Let’s have one more from Kathleen Cooke, about this gentle, a-political fellow:

“He is very helpful and he helps local people with their gardens. There is one neighbour who is a bit frail and he keeps her garden tidy. He has helped me cut my hedge a couple of times.

“He has lived here for 40 years and has never been in any trouble and has never caused any trouble. He sometimes used to shout at the local kids if they played too near his house but that is fairly normal. I don’t think he belonged to any political party and I never heard him express any views about Europe or anything like that. To us, he was just Tommy, a local bloke we all knew

At half-past one on the day, 16.6.16, the police burgled his flat and emerged with the claim that they had found Nazi regalia and shelfloads of far-right literature. That, I suggest, is not credible. We only heard of the claim in the old Bailey trial, i.e. they had months to prepare it. The police ‘seized the computers’ at the local Birstall library, where Mair had been the previous evening to visit far-right websites – mentioning the Daily Stormer. No local library would permit visiting such an ‘far-right’ website. Try asking your local library.

This could be a new reason to avoid living alone, that police are liable to raid one’s flat and ‘find’ what? ‘Stuffed inside a draw was a copy of the book “Blood in the Face: The Ku Klux Klan, Aryan Nations, Nazi Skinheads, and the Rise of a New White Culture” and a Nazi Waffen SS book on race theory and mate selection guidelines,’ etc., etc. Sure.

The Jury were misled, believing that both sides of a case were going to be put to them, as was traditionally the case. I heard them being literally threatened with imprisonment if they should visit websites (i.e. try to find out what happened) during this trial. Trapped into silence, they really only had one option. ‘The rest is silence’ – a haunting awful silence, after justice has not been done.smiling weird faces family

Cox family at the Memorial Service, 17 June

We remember the Memorial Service to Jo Cox the very next day, where no trace of grief could be seen on the faces of her family. Her sister who had just ‘identified the body’ could hardly keep a straight face. Should that have been relevant to this trial?  Jo Cox “was reported by Haaretz in Jerusalem as being a campaign manager for Obama in 2008”, was that relevant? It’s hard to find a wedding certificate for her and Brendon Cox, as if she had changed her name from Leadbeater to Cox without a legal wedding*.

Notes

Richard Shepherd was the Home Office pathologist who did the autopsy on smiling family jo coxJo Cox – as he had earlier done for the alleged suicide of David Kelly. His testimony did then prevent any Inquest: “The expert opinion of Dr Richard Shepherd was central or even crucial in the grounds upon which the Attorney General based his decision to refuse the plea for an inquest.  It was relevant too in the hearing of my plea and the refusal of it in the Administrative Division of the High Court.  I believe that he has not approached his task in an even-handed manner and that is unprofessional to say the very least.”  – David Halpin MB BS FRCS

Bernard Kenny

The identity of Bernard Kenny is rather suspect and unclear, ostensibly having the same birthday as Jo Cox on 22nd , the day before the Brexit vote, and being 77 years old: it seemed as if there were two of him ,or if he had maybe died in 2013; having a deadly dagger shoved into his chest to seventeen centimetres (as the prosecution lawyer reaffirmed) and then seeming OK a few weeks later – if he could just have turned up in court it would have done a lot to resolve these questions. But, maybe that is why he couldn’t. His testimony was just read out – hearsay evidence, why was that allowed? One of the four charges against Mair was that he had caused GBH to Mr Bernard Kenny, so how could the jury endorse that charge with him not even turning up?

Truthseeker accounts: http://www.thetruthseeker.co.uk/?p=143131 http://www.thetruthseeker.co.uk/?p=142620

Richie Allen show https://www.davidicke.com/article/394665/richie-allen-show-davidicke-com-nick-kollerstrom-witnessing-bizarre-trial-thomas-mair-convinced-didnt-kill-jo-cox-mp  Windows on the world http://windowsontheworld.net/video_type/joe-cox-trial-verdict-windows-world-live/ at Old Bailey

The Bernard Kenny Enigma, one more time

First report: “Bernard Kenny, now 65, of Birstall, was a member of the Gomersal Mines Rescue Brigade and was at the scene from beginning to end.” That is reported on 21.3.03, the mining disaster hero (30 yrs after the event).

Bernard and Doreen M. Kenny once lived in Leeds with their daughter Helen, he died 21.1.13 aged 75 and was buried in York, with orbituary in Yorkshire Evening Post (online but not printed version). 

Bernard & Doreen E. Kenny live in Birstall, have sons Philip and Mark, Philip was Jo Cox’s geography teacher, was 77 yrs on Jo Cox attack, had birthday 22 June.

So, mining disaster hero would have been 75 by 21 03 2013. Clearly, this must be the guy who died ie B.M. Kenny.

But, they said  the mining hero BK was the one who was stabbed. if his birthday was really on 22 june he would have turned 79 in 2016. No wonder this guy could not turn up in court.

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*   She did just that! The Observer ( Guardian on a Sunday ) Jo Cox remembered by Sarah Brown Sunday 11 December: ‘I think it says so much about Jo that she changed her name three months before she married Brendan as she started her new job working with me, because there would be no fiddly paperwork distractions that might interfere in her new marriage and her new job.’ (Thanks M.G.) Can anyone find a wedding record?

 

 

 

 

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A moving account of the short life of James Lee Rigby has been published by his mother, Lyn Rigby. Could anyone be so cruel as to still doubt, Bookcover did Lee Rigby Exist?

We get in this book no trace of any documents – birth certificate, death certificate, evidence of his name change, evidence that he joined the army, or photo of him in the army, nor any mention of his marriage to Rebecca – which seems an odd thing to omit. The story remains all rather blurred.

The photos all show a sensitive-looking soft-hearted fellow and the text keeps telling us how warmly lovable he was, but rather abruptly we are told he was  machine-gunner in the army, 2nd Royal Fuselier corps, and it implies that he gunned down quite a few Muslims in Afghanistan. If this all really happened, how many did he kill? He apparently had the two roles in the army of drummer and machine-gunner, which I’ve never heard of before.

His mother Lyn Seville got remarried to Ian Rigby in July 2005. Lee liked his new stepfather, and therefore ‘it was a mark of the love that Lee shared with Ian that, when he turned sixteen, he chose to officially change his surname by deed poll from McClure to Rigby’ (page 59). But Lee was born in July 1987 so that name change would have been in 2003, two years before that marriage. No-one can find any certificate of the name change.

Lynne Seville does not change her name on getting re-married and her maiden name remains on the electoral roll just the same – but her son does change his? His father Phil McClure is still around – and claims to get on OK with Lee. This is all extremely unlikely.

Lee Rigby was registered as living in London at 35, Beavers Crescent, Hounslow from 2010 to 2013, while his wife Rebecca lived at the same address from 2010 to 2011 – according to searchelectoralroll.co.uk. That is near to Hounslow Cavalry Barracks. But, the yearly printed-out volumes of Electoral Register for Hounslow (British Library) have the happy couple living there for 2010 only, and no mention of them there any other year – and has someone else there for 2013.  That’s the only bit of evidence of DLR as living somewhere that I’ve come across (but N.B. this does not turn up in 192.com). We remember Chris Spivey’s conclusion that DLR had no facebook presence prior to his death, plus the General Registrar’s Ofice could not find me any DLR birth certificate.  This biography makes no allusion to his living in Hounslow for several years up to his death, but has him living at the Woolwich barracks. Its all rather vague.

The 2nd Battalion Royal Regiment of Fuseliers had a presence in Hounslow, at one point. Beavers Crescent is accommodation associated with Hounslow Cavalry Barracks and was upgraded in 2011. The Welsh Guards had been there for several years 2012-14. Yes the Royal Fuseliers (2RFF) had been there from 2008-9 before they moved to Cyprus, but that’s a bit too early for the happy couple, registered as there 2010-11. This is the only bit of evidence for Lee actually living anywhere – and one appreciates that Lyn Seville’s book wanted to make no mention of it. I doubt whether anyone has any evidence for him living at Woolwich barracks. A biography of DLR has him  returning to Hounslow barracks in the early party of 2008 from Cyprus.

Here is a photo of the Drummer Corps in 2008:

TheDrummers, 2008b

Written underneath are the names of the drummers, including ‘Drummer Lee’ and ‘Drummer Rigby,’ (!) listed as being next to each other in the 3rd row.

This reminds one of the axiom that, Duplicity is the infallible sign of an intelligence operation.

Lyn Seville’s book does not seem to find anything shocking about the adultery committed by DLR with his lovely new wife, right after she had produced a child for him. Let’s have a bit of chronology here:

September 2007 he marries Rebecca Metcalf, then their son Jack is born September 2010* (but, NB, no record of this in ancestry.co.uk, nor search.findmypast.co.uk/). DLR ‘left the marital home’ in the summer of 2012 and is ‘already separated’ from Rebecca when he meets Aime West in August 2012 (at an army cadets training camp in Wales). She would ‘visit him in Woolwich, where he was stationed at the barracks with his regiment.’ In February, he gives her an engagement ring.  How could he do that, when no divorce was pending? His wife Rebecca just fades out of the story and instead we get a glowing account of his affair with Aime, just as if he is some single lad.  There is no hint that this could be unethical. It just doesn’t stack up.

On the last night of his life, DLR got completely sozzled with the lads – we learn – and so  knackered was he at work the next morning – at the Tower of London,where he worked for army recruitment – that his boss felt sorry for him and let him off early, so he could go to bed. That’s why he was crossing Artillery road at 2 pm.  Aime (on duty out in Afghanistan) avers she received a last message from him, a mere twenty minutes before he was murdered:

Princess, keep smiling for me. I know its hard and you really want to come home, but just remember I am always there for you and I will always love you no matter what. We are on the home stretch… you will always come first in my life.

Can we really believe this? His wife with one-year old child is living near to him, but he pines away for this other woman on the other side of the world.

We have an incoherent narrative here, because his wife Rebecca stated after the death: “I love Lee and always will. I am proud to be his wife and he was due to come up this weekend so we could continue our future together as a family. He was a devoted father to our son Jack and we will both miss him terribly.” (ITV news 24.5.13)

Army budget cuts mean that the 2nd battalion of the Royal Fuseliers was being axed, as announced in 2012 – could that enable this story to be brewed up, as no-one can check up on it, because the records are being thrown away?

Notes towards a chronology

Once he turns 18 he enlists for the army. Lyn visits her son in November (2006?) soon after he is posted to Cyprus. then he goes out to Jordan in the Middle east – to ‘help train the jordanian army in ‘how to use the latest weapons.’ (?) While out there Lee wins a ‘top gun prize’ for his shooting skills. On returning to the UK in early 2008 he trains to become a drummer. His ‘unit of drummers’ were soon sent to posh places – Windsor Castle, Buckingham Palace and the Tower of London.In 2009 he was posted to Afghanistan with the Royal Fuseliers, where he served three months, but had to fly back because he had gallstones. Next he moved with the Battalion to Celle, Germany in 2010, where it remained until the Summer of 2012 – which doesn’t sound much like he was living in Hounslow. He seems to have got around all over the place.

The biography avers that ‘Lee was an exceptional soldier’ (P 65) and that he was top rifleman in his unit (P 66) – if he was so good at everything, how come he never made it past the rank of private?

We would appreciate Rebecca Metcalf’s testimony. Did he impregnate her in the winter of 2009/10, then fly off with his regiment to Celle, Germany, and return in the summer of 2012, when he immediately started having an affair with a younger girl? Why could he not even sign his wedding certificate? Could he have given an engagement ring to anyone when Rebecca had not started divorce proceedings?

The man Drummer Lee Rigby hovers in that liminal realm halfway between existence and nonexistence. Glamour pictures of him don’t look a lot like the alleged earlier images.

* Source local paper Thruxton Gazette –  ‘Event raises funds for Lee Rigby’s family’ 4.9.13: Jack ‘turns three this week.’

Three years after DLR’s death, the family released this half-minute video:

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Terror events in three countries left 63 people dead on Friday 26th June: in Tunisia, Kuwait and France. This is in the middle of the holy month of Ramadan. Friday, 26th June Beach and hotel at Sousse A Wiki site went up quickly, saysing “39 people, mostly British tourists, were killed when armed gunmen attacked two hotels.” – soon this was altered to ‘an armed gunman.’ ”

The Brits were staying in the  Imperial Marhaba Hotel.

Cameron tells us who did it

The day after (27th) Cameron explained that the terror event had been perpetratred by Islamic State Terrorists.  How did he know that? We are reminded of Tony Blair telling the British people that Muslims had perpetrated the 7/7 event, on the very day that it had happened. (NB Isis appears to be run by Simon Elliot, a Mossad agent.) continue reading…

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Old Bailey Trial

The public can sit in the gallery of this trial, as I did today Tuesday 2nd December. Its quite a gripping experience, with the two accused sitting in a huge glass cage and various testimonies being read out or spoken, about what witnesses saw at 2.15-2.20 pm in that street, Artillery Place. Their accounts started off with their seeing a ‘crashed car’ and the two black men outside the car, plus a dummy-like figure on the pavement, who initially had his back against the wall . (NB you may wish to check over my original story here). They then saw both of these men hack the body with knives, ‘frenzied stabbing,’ one with a butcher’s cleaver.

No sound came from the victim. We never heard whether he was alive or dead.

Quite a crowd of people gathered round and were filming on their mobile phones (peculiar that we have not seen any of these pictures?)

Gill Hicks saw the car crashed into a road sign. That was the initial setup, I did not gather that  any witness claimed to have seen it happen.

One witness, while stopping to see this horror, noticed a ‘line of traffic behind him in the rear-view mirror.’  That is what one would expect on this busy road, but my impression was an absence of traffic in all pictures of that event.

A witness described seeing a lot of blood on the pavement – as one would expect. Again, there was a problem with ground-shot images failing to show any trace of blood. (See eg first image here, or first image here)

Mr Gary Perkin described how a brave woman tried to ‘comfort’ Lee Rigby while he was lying in the road. One would have thought he was beheaded (and therefore thoroughly dead) by then, so this is straining our credulity. No one questioned Mr Perkin to clear up this most obvious anomaly. It should be further noted that no adversarial questioning of any witness took place at this trial today

Moving the Goalposts?

The goalposts seems to have moved since the killing of Drummer Lee Rigby was reported back in May – suggesting a different location of the death. Media-amnesia seems to be prevailing at this Old Bailey trial, in relation to the original version.

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Truthseeker accounts: http://www.thetruthseeker.co.uk/?p=143131 http://www.thetruthseeker.co.uk/?p=142620 Richie Allen show  https://www.davidicke.com/article/394665/richie-allen-show-davidicke-com-nick-kollerstrom-witnessing-bizarre-trial-thomas-mair-convinced-didnt-kill-jo-cox-mp

Windows on the world http://windowsontheworld.net/video_type/joe-cox-trial-verdict-windows-world-live/ at Old Bailey

          At the Old Bailey today, the trial began of Thomas Mair. I was present together with L.N. and here is our report.

He is accused of four crimes:

       1. Murdering the MP Jo Cox on 16.6.16

       2 Carrying a gun.

       3 Causing grevious bodily harm to Mr Kenny Bernard.

       4. Carrying a dagger.

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STOP PRESS – Transport For London have officially confirmed that they closed off Artillery Road at 1.07 pm on May 22nd, because of the Drummer Lee Rigby incident (see video here) TFL were asked to clarify why the road was closed at 1.07 pm. (The original twitter was posted by Paul on this Terror on the Tube site) They confirmed the original road closure was BECAUSE of the Lee Rigby events but considering he didnt die until 2.21 ( official version) that would be IMPOSSIBLERoad Closure

He is supposed to have died on 22nd of May, 2013, on Artillery Road. – but he didn’t. I have surmised that he was killed just before the event – but strangely enough some are doubting whether he really existed.

If he did exist, Lyn Seville was his mother. She married Philip M. McClure in September 1986, in Rochdale Lancs (Source: www.archive.co.uk), and then

DLR 4 July

Lee James McClure is said to have been born in North Manchester hospital on either the 1st or 4th of July, 1987. The hospital would not confirm this when I asked them, they said they cannot give such info to private individuals – I’d have to be a GP for them to answer.

Here is an official tribute site saying he was born on 1st of July. Or, erm, was it the 4th?

So that’s a bit odd. But wait, it gets worse.

I applied to the Registrar’s Office for his birth certificate and four weeks later received their reply:  THERE WAS NO SUCH BIRTH CERTIFICATE!

Thank you for your order as detailed below.

Birth Certificate: LEE JAMES MCCLURE

We have been unable to process your application, please refer to the paragraph below.

We have searched the indexes for events registered in England and Wales during the years specified (1986-1988). We have been unable to find any entry with the details you provided.

A full refund of £9.25 has been credited to your account via Worldpay.

If you have any questions concerning this order contact us using our online complaints form https://eforms.homeoffice.gov.uk/outreach/Certificate_Service.ofml or phone +44 0300 123 1837. Lines are open Monday to Friday 8am to 8pm andSaturday 9am to 4pm.

Yours sincerely

(sent by ‘GRO Coladmin’ col.admin@gro.gsi.gov.uk, that’s the General Registrar’s Office, on November 9th)They refunded the 9 pounds I had paid for the birth certificate.

I gave them the two possible dates, 1st or 4th July 1987, gave the place of birth, gave the names of the two parents – and after four weeks of searching there was nothing!

Lyn Seville – supposedly his mother – got re-married to Ian Rigby in Rochdale, Lancs in July 2005 (source: www.ancestry.co.uk), thus she re-married in the same district as before – then, in the next year 2006 ‘Lee Rigby’ joined the army – which would imply that Jamie McClure had by then officially changed his name to that of his new stepfather, Mr Rigby.

It is said that in 2007 Lee Rigby married Rebecca Metcalf in St Anne’s church Southowram, near Halifax.Four weeks ago I applied to the Registrar’s Office to purchase a copy of this marriage certificate – nothing has arrived yet.

There is a video claiming that he never existed,on the grounds that www.ancestry.co.uk has no mention of him – that could be poor logic, because the records of that database only go up to 2005, for anything more recent you have to go to the Registry Office (and pay a small sum). If he did exist, he would only have changed his name to Rigby that year or in 2006 before joining the army.

Marriage Certificate 

The General Registrar’s Office sent me the certificate of marriage of Lee Rigby to Rebecca Metcalfe in September 2007. It gives his Father’s name as Ian Rigby – but that was his fairly new stepfather, whom his mother Lyn had just married. There is virtually no signature for Lee Rigby.DLR MarriageCert Have you ever heard of a guy who changes his name (from McClure to Rigby) just because his mother re-marries, and then cites his new stepfather as being his Father, at his own wedding – when his real father is alive and well? It does not make a lot of sense. Then why should a local newspaper the Halifax Courier get the month wrong: “wedding was at ‘St Anne’s Church, Southowram, in October 2007” – and this was an article about the marriage, entitled: ‘Murdered Woolwich soldier Lee Rigby was married in Halifax.’ (Discussed here: http://chrisspivey.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/rigby-signing.jpg)

 

Anomalies

As Mr Spivey has pointed out, there are odd anomalies in the story and a very blurred identity of DLR, as to what he did and who he was. Did the person named did really live and die? Spivey has challenged this: http://chrisspivey.org/charity-begins-at-home-the-rigby-home/

There is no record of Lee James Rigby as having lived and died (on ancestry.co.uk) , but can he be found as Mr McClure?

Megabucks

This is big business.

Is there anything suspicious about it?

 

Here are a couple of DLR images, one as a youngster – both have IMO photoshopped heads.

YoungDLR

DLR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Futher investigation, Did Lee rigby exist? Question:

Is there somewhere one can go in london to check death  certificates? Used to be Somerset House. If Lee McClure changed his name to Rigby in 2005/6, would that be on record somewhere?

Answer: “DLR probably won’t appear on the 2003 electoral roll as he would only be 16 (most names are 18 or over) Also not everyone appears on it anyway. I also have the 2009 electoral roll CD but I’m unable to get it working at the moment. It would be interesting to see who and where various people are at the time. Hopefully I can get it working and extract as much data to an excel spreadsheet as i can. It also appears that Raoul Moat isn’t in the 2003 electoral roll.

Name changes by Deed poll all tend to appear in the London gazette  (https://www.thegazette.co.uk/ ) I had a look for DLR and didn’t find anything. St Catherine’s House may now be the family record office http://www.stcaths.com/help1.php however it doesn’t look as though you can visit it anymore everything is done online (for greater control of information maybe?) – Thanks, FM.

Another helpful comment (re marriage regiser)

Ideally I would engage the services of a professional record agent. They can be contacted via www.agra.org.uk Because such research as you rightly point out can be done online, it could also be done fairly economically by a record agent.
As Rigby supposedly got married in a CofE church, there should also be an entry in the banns of marriage register (as distinct from themarriage register). I would ask the churchwarden (the official custodian of the parish records, not the vicar) for an extract from
the banns register. Ideally, you need to look at the whole register to satisfy yourself. This could have been deposited in the local Diocesan Record Office if completed and if the church officers are enthusiastic about depositing. If it is still current, and it probably is because of the decline in church marriages, it is almost certainly still at the church or in the vicarage. You have the right to view it on site, by appointment. There are three copies of the marriage entry itself, in two separate register books and a third individual copy: (1) the church’s own register which as the event is recent is probably still at the church or in the viarage, again you have the right to view; (2) the duplicate, which is kept with the first until both are completed when it is then handed over to the local superintentent registrar; (both of these are signed by the same persons in person); (3) and a copy collected by the superintentent registrar quarterly for forwarding in a district batch to the registrar general’s office in Southport. In the unlikely event the registers have been completed, the parish copy could have been deposited at the Diocesan Record Office again (one of
the Yorkshire record offices, I expect). For local record offices (as distinct from register offices) try Archon http://apps.nationalarchives.gov.uk/archon/ Don’t be shy, be old fashioned and look for a baptism record as well.
Same thing applies about location. The baptism should also be announced in the parish magazine. Perhaps a letter to the quarterly periodical of the nearest family history society might elicit some help: http://www.ffhs.org.uk/ I’ll bet you won’t get far with school records. A recent decision by the Information Commissioner has resulted in the blanket closure of school records by localrecord offices for 100 years https://ico.org.uk/media/action-weve-taken/decision-notices/2011/607040/fs_50314844.pdf
although there is no statutory basis for this. Talk about government by fiat.

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