Blood on the page, Thomas Harding

Smith

isbn: 9781765151040 is about a non fiction murder and secret law trail in the uk apparently we all have to take every-bodies else opinion that water is wet and there is nothing unethical going on.  Smith (my blog) is responsible for the 2006-2017 legal odyssey so in camera trails dont really work for secrecy just like super injunctions and who (my blog) uses olive oil and children’s paddling pools.

Wang Yan v Regina is the case and the murder of Allan Chappelow which is still shrouded in secrecy.   The fact that Wang Yan used Chappelows money is undeniable but since Yan was apparently a small bit part of 4/6/89 events soon makes it mired in censorship for reasons very few know.

wenlock a policeman

It starts with a murder , stolen funds are used and the police get involved eventually a body is found and Wang Yan is found to be a prime suspect through police work of good quality.

Yan is a bit of a crook like this person (my blog)

The evidence is low in quality* but the other alternative motives are also low in quality as well so it comes down to the secret evidence that the first set of lawyers where denied access to by comrade Smith.   It is no advert for secret trails either and although the government appears to not use them it is hard to find out if they are occasionally used.

While the author attempts an Agatha Christie solution with colonel plumb with the candlestick, helped by the servant none of that explains how the money ended up in Yan’s hands.

Ceci Garrett has been helping hoarders, like this one,

An informative book but one no closer to a truth than at the beginning although the limits of what European union rules where being well tested ten years before brexit

One to read regardless 5/5 bananas.

*the victim was a hoarder – there is an interesting and often distressing american tv documentary about these people , and it took three days to find him needing a dog.

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