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Untold: The Daniel Morgan Murder

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Description

The phone hacking scandal that closed News of the World was big, that was just the tip of the iceberg. At the bottom of that iceberg of 'dark arts' - hacking, burglary, bugging, and bribing bent cops - is the body of Daniel Morgan. It’s been described by an Assistant Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police as “one of the most disgraceful episodes in the entire history of the Metropolitan Police Service.” Over the three decades since Daniel was killed, five failed police investigations and an ongoing panel inquiry, his has become the most investigated murder in British history. The story moves from back streets of London, through the highest echelons of Scotland Yard, to the offices of Rupert Murdoch's best selling newspapers, to the doors of Number Ten Downing Street. If you haven't heard this story, ask yourself, why?

Customer Reviews

A complex story, well told.

Murder followed by justice denied to the Morgan family, over and over again.
This is a complex story of corruption and criminality and Peter Jukes does a fine job narrating us through it. This podcast has the potential to be the UK's "Serial". I really hope that it leads to Alastair Morgan seeing his brother's murderers held to account.

A labour of love

A real labour of love to produce - no doubt! A story that should be told and remembered! Filled with very moving accounts of Daniel from his family members.

Well put together

One of biggest stories never to be told and put together with humility