Revealed on damning websites released to local and national press agencies, David Neilson says Norman Baker MP, Des Turner MP and Simon Kirby MP (amongst many more) liaised with criminals in the wholesale cover-up of the brutal murder of Katrina Taylor, stabbed to death in a Brighton grave-yard in 1996 and the death of undercover journalist, Nicolas Gargani, who was seen screaming as he plunged from Lewes Cliffs, also in 1996.
Britain’s most hated whistleblower, David Neilson, has the evidence including 300 hours of taped conversations, indicting members of Sussex Police, Sussex Police Authority and local MPS, (past and present), of systematic corruption, criminal liaison and cover up of serious crimes, including murder and fraud.
He goes further to indict various personalities in Sussex Police, including Chief Constable Martin Richards, of covering up crimes committed by the Preddy Group fraudster Mark Slade from Hastings.
David Neilson, who is standing in the Police and Crime Commissioner elections on 15 November 2012, has led an eventful life. Being one of the first men to explore the water ways of the Amazon, he became a victim of police corruption, having singled-handedly solved the Katrina Taylor murder case, without any acknowledgement from the police and MP's.
Considered by many to be a thorn in the side of Sussex Police and Sussex Councils, he has pledged his determination to expose corruption where-ever he finds it.
To find out more about David’s election campaign and what he’d do if he won the Police and Crime Commissioner Election, go to his website at www.hrs.1hwy.com
The elections on November 15th 2012 use the Supplementary Voting (SV) system which allows the voter two preferences. Your first choice and second choice. To win you need more than 51% of the votes. If the first choices don't score more-than 51%, the top two choices go through and all the second preferences are added to their initial votes and the winner is declared.