As I understand it there is an order of a High Court Judge from 1998 that prohibits naming or otherwise identifying a man whose name emerged in evidence at the Mortlock v Maison libel trial Aldwych High Court. My guess is that the High Court Judge made the order so as to protect fairness of criminal inquiries he felt would inevitably ensue, by Kent Police, from the libel case. Amongst crime complaints refused by Kent Police (referred to on another current thread) were the crime complaints arising from that High Court case. Hence with regard to the murder of 6th Thanet Gun range member Ken Speakman (a retd MI5 officer) 1996; with regard to HM Coroner requests circa 97 to Kent Police to re-examine the death (suicide verdict) of Georgina Maison 1978 (A request refused by Kent Police) and with regard to police attempts to intimidate complainants about 6th Thanet Gun range and the associated issues there is a rock and a hard place. To tell a fuller story would mean breaching a High Court Order. What I will say is that if the full story emerges it would probably make the Huhne history look trivial by comparison. Of course it would require that Baroness Scotland declare whether or not she was aware of the High Court order when she claimed Chief constable Fuller for CPS and got him out of Police. It would require that Senior Law Lord (I think his name is Phiilips of Maltravers) make a similar clarification. It would require a clarification from Roger Gale MP. But that is why I take care. What's the point of a rule of law unless you respect it.