Date set for harassment trial

At a short hearing on 15th September, 2022, at Manchester Magistrates’ Court, a date was listed for the trial of an unemployed conspiracy theorist from Tameside. Raja Miah, 49, denies a charge of harassment without violence and a trial on 2nd and 3rd February, 2023 will hear that he is alleged to have made socialContinue reading “Date set for harassment trial”

Conspiracy theorist faces fifth court appearance tomorrow

An unemployed, 49yo conspiracy theorist from Mossley, Tameside faces his fifth court appearance this year on Thursday 15th September, 2022. A case management hearing is listed at Manchester Magistrates’ Court at which, amongst other administrative matters, a trial date will be fixed to hear harassment allegations against Raja Miah MBE (pictured above left). Those allegationsContinue reading “Conspiracy theorist faces fifth court appearance tomorrow”

Lawyers give cold shoulder to disgraced conspiracy theorist

On 23rd July, 2021, a group of Greater Manchester Police officers, led by Detective Sergeant Chris Dean, executed a dawn raid at a property in Stamford Road, Mossley, Tameside. News broken exclusively on Neil Wilby Media at the time and followed up by local and regional newspapers, subsequently. Raja Miah, a 48yo unemployed conspiracy theoristContinue reading “Lawyers give cold shoulder to disgraced conspiracy theorist”

Alleged harasser reported over apparent bail breach

At a hearing last week in Manchester Magistrates’ Court, an unemployed 49 year old conspiracy theorist from Mossley, Tameside, accused of harassing a 39 year old lawyer from the Salford area, was bailed to appear next at the same court on 15th September, 2022. At the conclusion of the hearing the prosecutor asked the magistratesContinue reading “Alleged harasser reported over apparent bail breach”

Police officer pleads guilty to £10 theft on duty

A West Yorkshire Police officer who admitted stealing £10 cash, whilst on duty was sentenced to a Community Order at Bradford Magistrates’ Court earlier today (24th August, 2022). PC Stephen Knott, currently suspended from duty, pleaded guilty to a theft charge related to an incident that occurred on 22nd September, 2021. It follows an IndependentContinue reading “Police officer pleads guilty to £10 theft on duty”

Alleged harasser faces more stringent bail conditions

As forecast, exclusively, elsewhere on this website yesterday (16th August, 2022) the trial of a 49 year old man from Mossley, Tameside, over a charge of harassment without violence, was adjourned at a short hearing in Manchester and Salford Magistrates’ Court earlier today. The court heard that Raja Miah, an unemployed conspiracy theorist, had partedContinue reading “Alleged harasser faces more stringent bail conditions”

Raja Miah harassment trial may be adjourned tomorrow

The long-delayed trial of a 49yo unemployed conspiracy theorist from Mossley, Tameside, listed to be heard tomorrow morning (17th August), is facing another setback: The defendant, Raja Miah, has claimed that his solicitors have dropped him on the eve of the trial over a ‘conflict of interest’. As a result, he says, an adjournment applicationContinue reading “Raja Miah harassment trial may be adjourned tomorrow”

Another High Court court setback for disgraced Tory

In what has been a turbulent year for former Oldham councillor, Khazir Rehman, his fall from grace has been rapid and almost complete. Better known locally as ‘Kaiser’, he was convicted on 9th July, 2021, in Tameside Magistrates’ Court, of harassing the high profile Oldham Council Cabinet Member (and now Deputy Mayor), Dr Zahid Chauhan. AContinue reading “Another High Court court setback for disgraced Tory”

It’s ‘a complicated case’ say CPS

Following an appearance at Manchester and Salford Magistrates’ Court on 3rd March, 2022, an unemployed 48 year old male from Mossley, Tameside was bailed to appear again on 12th April, 2022 for a further case management hearing. He is due next at the same Magistrates’ Court on 12th April, 2022 when dates will be setContinue reading “It’s ‘a complicated case’ say CPS”

‘Another quite extraordinary tale of sustained, institutional and outrageous police corruption’

This is an article first written for the police whistleblowers’ website, uPSD WYP in January, 2013. It stands the test of time, given all that has been revealed about widespread and sustained police corruption across the entire police service, since. Now refreshed and updated in February, 2022 to incorporate links to other cases and events.Continue reading “‘Another quite extraordinary tale of sustained, institutional and outrageous police corruption’”