Hacks Attacked

Watch this space for Hacks Attacked, a devastating take-down of the Guardian's vaunted investigative journalism, with specific reference to the Nick Davies-led phone-hacking stories.  We do not just look at the Guardian, but also the Metropolitan Police role (no surprise there but a different take than previous accounts).  Then there is the Crown Prosecution Service, who went 'under the radar' throughout.  It should not have: both Ken McDonald and Keir Starmer (the relevant Directors of Public Prosecution) have until now escaped critical (or barely any) scrutiny.  While McDonald is whiling his time away in the (House of) Lords retirement home, Starmer (now an MP) is a silver-tongued snake-in-the-grass in Jeremy Corbyn's Shadow Cabinet. So still worth bringing to book (so to speak).  To confound naïve fools who rushed to defend Davies on Amazon when I dared ask pointed questions (check out my comments on his book Hack Attack there), this critique comes from the Left, not the Murdoch press. 

For a hint of the approach, see the critique of the Guardian's atrocious Assange coverage in Notes From the Borderland issue 11.

More soon, you won't be disappointed...

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About NFB Magazine

Welcome to Britain's premier parapolitical investigative magazine Notes from the Borderland (NFB). We have been producing the magazine since 1997 but some published material before then.

Our political perspective is Left/Green, but we welcome truth-tellers, whatever their affiliation. Research interests include the secret state (MI5/MI6/Special Branch, now SO15) & their assets, including those in the media. We are resolutely anti-fascist, and to that end investigate the far right and state infiltration of various milieus. In a shallow age where many TV programmes and print/internet stories are spoon-fed to servile journalists/bloggers by shadowy interests, NFB stands out as genuine investigative research. 

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