Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Killer of Lesley Molseed arrested after over 30 years

One of the biggest miscarriages of justice in British history may now be brought to light. West Yorkshire Police 'framed' a man Stefan Kisko, to a life sentence in 1975, he did over 16 years in jail for a crime he could not commit. Within 12 months of his release Kisko died. Within another 6 months, his aging mother Mrs.Kisko, also died.

The Detective who 'framed' Kisko is called Dick Holland. Holland was also involved in the 'partial frame up' of Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe. The Police Doctor at that time was a Dr.Tierney, who is still practising in Whitworth, near Rochdale.

I happen to know the father of little Lesley Molseed, this latest episode for him comes on top of his son commiting suicide 12 months ago due to being sexually abused by his step father and the constant pain of his half sister Lesley's murder still not being resolved. This guy has been tormented at least as much as the 'Biblical Job'.

The Police are now running around trying to say they kept at the case all these years. What bunkum !

What about the 'frame up' of Stefan Kisko, Mr.Plod ?

How the hell can we bring back the Death Penalty, if the Police will NOT pursue bent coppers in their own midst ?


Anonymous said...

"Dr.Tierney, who is still practising in Whitworth, near Rochdale."


NorthWestNationalists said...

Would that be Dr.Tierney the elder, or Dr.Tierney the younger, anonymous ?

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