Monday, 10 October 2011
A witness that accuses herself in front of BBC cameras
What is Marion Thomas's interest in appearing in front of BBC television cameras to accuse herself of fraud? She says that she 'was forced to sign invoices'. How did it happen? Did somebody put a gun to her head? Was she physically threatened to do so? The answer is plain and simple. She is saying that she committed a crime.
If she actually unduly signed any invoices, she has now confessed in front of BBC television cameras and I reckon Police authorities should knock at Marion Thomas's door. If she unduly signed invoices, she has serious questions to answer and the Crown Prosecution Service should hold her to account.
If she knew of a crime and she didn't report it, she therefore was involved in criminal activity. Whatever the case, she put herself under the spotlight for the wrong reasons.
Marion Thomas is linked with Solas and her husband is none other than Alex Thomas, chair of Solas. Solas is a Northern Ireland Charity that has been siphoning money from the European Union. The BBC couldn't get a better witness. The BBC contacted Al Capone looking for a witness regarding Maffia activities.
Even by BBC standards this looks like the jewel in the Crown. Trying to damage the reputation of the British National Party, she has killed her own reputation and her husband's reputation.