Now in print and on Kindle
A major update to
following the January 2023 decision to release the court recordings from the 2014 Inquest.
These recordings fill in important gaps and reveal how the court was misled.
A NOBLE ANGER
following the decision of North Wales Police to review the case for potential perjury and corporate manslaughter.
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ISBN: 979-8-8342-7923-5 (2022)
About the author
Following the release of the 2014 Inquest recordings, in January 2023, a major update is underway to Red 5. This will be available free of charge in Kindle format to customers who bought the first edition.
The content of this website has been notified to MoD, the Defence Select Committee and Heads of the Civil Service. Much of it has been provided by MoD. The only restriction placed on me was that, before discussing a report submitted to a post-Board of Inquiry investigation into the Sea King ASaC Mk7 collision of 2003, I should request it under Freedom of Information. MoD then denied the existence of the report and even the investigation. I am therefore permitted to discuss both.
If any error has been made, please contact me providing details of the correction required.
What's it all about?
The purpose of this endeavour is to present evidence that:
MoD's systemic failure to implement mandated airworthiness regulations dates to the mid-1980s, not 1998 as claimed by Mr Haddon-Cave QC in his Nimrod Review.
Senior MoD staff and Ministers were regularly advised of these failings in the period 1987 - 2005 (i.e. before Nimrod XV230 crashed) yet denied the problems existed, misled Parliament and refused to take corrective action. This placed aircrew and passengers' lives at risk and led to further fatal accidents.
Ministers and the RAF’s Directorate of the Air Staff continued to deny the problems existed, even after the XV230 crash.
MoD knowingly blamed innocent individuals while protecting the guilty.
MoD's financial 'black hole’ and systemic airworthiness failings are directly linked.
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