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Jill Dando and ‘The Men Who Paid the Price for Blair’s Guilt’

The Tap Blog

“Blair bombed the Belgrade TV station.  Three (years) later, Jill Dando was murdered.  A hit man was overheard boasting of his successful mission in a Serbian pub by two British pilots.  They answered UK media announcements asking for witnesses to come forward to find Dando’s killers.  They spent the next ten years behind bars fired up for a drugs heist at a small British airport.  Although now free (still under threat), they lost all those years for trying to do the right thing.” 

“Barrie George was fitted up with Dando’s murder…”

Man cleared of killing Jill Dando loses battle for a £500,000 payout: Judges rule that another jury could have found him guilty

  • Barry George, 52, acquitted of 1999 murder in August 2008
  • Judges rule that Justice Secretary’s decision to refuse payout was justified
  • Three others with quashed convictions lose High Court compensation bid
  • But one, Ian Lawless, won a similar bid after eight years behind bars

Stephen Wright
Mail Online 

The man sensationally acquitted of murdering Jill Dando yesterday lost his High Court bid for compensation – on the grounds that another jury could have found him guilty.

Barry George: another patsy with a history of mental problem, was eventually acquitted.

Two judges ruled Barry George, who spent eight years in jail before being cleared of the TV presenter’s killing at a retrial, was not eligible for up to £500,000 as a victim of a ‘miscarriage of justice’.

Lawyers for the convicted sex offender claimed that the Justice Secretary  had unfairly and unlawfully decided  Mr George, 52, was ‘not innocent enough to be compensated’.

But in ruling that Mr George had ‘failed the legal test’ for an award, Lord Justice Beatson and Mr Justice Irwin said the minister who had opposed his compensation bid was ‘entirely justified in the conclusion he reached’.

They added: ‘There was indeed a case upon which a reasonable jury, properly directed, could have convicted the claimant of murder.’

Crimewatch presenter Miss Dando, 37, was shot outside her home in Fulham, south-west London in April 1999.

The murder prompted an enormous inquiry by Scotland Yard and resulted in unemployed loner Mr George being convicted in July 2001.

He was granted a retrial on appeal, and received a unanimous acquittal by a jury in August 2008.


DANDO: murdered for getting to close to truth.

Mr George then made a  claim for compensation for lost earnings and wrongful imprisonment, but this was rejected in January 2010.

He went to court again to seek a reconsideration of his case, which could have opened the way for him to claim as much as £500,000.

His barrister, Ian Glen  QC, insisted that the original decision to refuse compensation was ‘defective and contrary to natural justice’, arguing that for more than 30 years, those acquitted on retrials in similar circumstances had been compensated.

The Tap Blog continues…

“WASP Jill Dando was interfering within areas she probably didn’t understand.


She was too High Profile, so she was taken out.

Barrie George was fitted-up, as you stated. I gave this (explanation) a year or so ago, & suggested reading reading, Vatican Holocaust by Avro Manhatten, would exemplify this statement.

Slavko Ćuruvija (a Serb journalist and critic of the then Jugoslav government) was shot in the head outside his Belgrade home just 5 days before the killing of Dando. In March 2012, his widow Branka Prpa claimed that both her late husband and Dando were ‘executed’ by a Serbian hit man in revenge attacks.

I gave a Pdf link, I believe, if it hasn’t been scrubbed, so here are two again, at least one should work…


http://www.seawaves.us/na/web4/VWP.pdf …”

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