21st August 2018
We first saw news of this incident around mid-afternoon yesterday on the Wirral Leaks blog – Train Rage
The post had been up a few hours and presumably with the enclosed link to the Wirral Globe article working. Here is that link:
As you can see, the link is no longer working. Because all evidence of any crime incident was removed some time yesterday afternoon, presumably by the Globe’s Web Editor in Warrington. But under who’s orders at The Globe? And under pressure by whom on the outside?
And this is just the latest in a long line of dodgy incidents, what with the Wirral Globe allowing its stories to be electronically linked to inside online council documents, its failure to report on alleged racist crimes by a councillor and another councillor’s wife, then the frantic removal of good faith public posts about the alleged racism thereby hindering any potential police investigations.
And now this, the hasty removal of a post linking an alleged, violent criminal incident to a person resembling Martin Liptrot, “respected leader with deep global experience”* – who has also suddenly removed his expansive LinkedIn profile without providing any explanation.
*Not our words, but Martin Liptrot’s.
It appears to us that these failed journalists could be allegedly coming under unseen pressure and finding themselves mixed up with powerful criminals doing their best to protect theirs and their organisations’ reputations.
Now, where is this unusual ‘journey of collaboration’ featured in the UK journalistic code of ethics? And as they travel onwards what sordid, unprincipled hell-hole will be their final destination?
Yes, it all appears to be getting out of hand. Okay, granted, the Wirral Insular Peninsula is up shit creek without a paddle, has been for decades and will remain so. We all know that, but without any separation between local press and local government (yep, the Liverpool Echo are compromised also) where the hell are we gonna wash up next?
Or could there be a very simple explanation for this? Who knows, maybe Liptrot recognised his face in the council partner paper, did not want to see himself being associated with alleged violent conduct, rang the British Transport Police and asked them to have it removed on personal data or privacy grounds while he seeks legal advice?
Perhaps he said, okay, that’s me and I agree to be interviewed at a mutually agreed time and place?
So the manhunt was called off.
If this is the case, why on earth didn’t the Globe editor and his friends at the council help out readers and council tax payers by doing their jobs, notifying us and telling us WTF is going on with our senior public servants? And if so, why the perceived clemency and the obscuring of important facts? Is this leniency dished out because he’s more important than you or me?
And if this is the current state of play, maybe there is much, much more to follow?
Whatever, we can almost hear the wheels of abnormality grinding away at Brighton Street Town Hall on this lovely, sunlit morning, which happens to be our birthday #59.
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Frank Field’s Website
He’s tucked up in bed with not just The S*n, but the Wirral Globe, Wirral Council and one wonders how closely these four might be colluding together as they hypocritically bear false witness to the aftermath of Hillsborough and the UK State-driven injustice and suffering meted out to their local voters and readership?
It’s everywhere! Despite 1,480 retweets, the censor’s itchy finger pressed <del>, did its silencing work, then moved on, lol.
Link to the original article
If you think you recognise the above person, despite the Wirral Globe apparently bowing to unseen pressure, apparently jumping in, apparently removing the story and apparently furthering the interests of the alleged criminally violent party, there is a phone number you can ring for the British Transport Police in the above article.
Anybody who thinks they recognise this individual can call them on 0800-40-50-40. They can also text on 61016 quoting reference number 337-16.08.18.
Alternatively call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800-555-111.
If you’re worried about being identified, your number will be electronically scrambled when calling Crimestoppers and calls will not be recorded. Nobody has ever been identified as a caller to Crimestoppers since its inception in January 1988.
You know what to do…
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