HERE AT THE CRIME THROUGH TIME COLLECTION AT LITTLEDEAN JAIL …. WE TOUCH UPON A GREAT MANY TRUE CRIME, TABOO AND FROWNED UPON SUBJECT MATTERS THAT NO OTHER VISITOR ATTRACTIONS DARE COVER .
THIS INCLUDES FOOTBALL HOOLIGANISM, GANGLAND, MAFIA, AND MUCH,MUCH MORE .
FOR THE PURPOSES OF CLARITY PLEASE NOTE…. THAT A.J AND THE CRIME THROUGH TIME COLLECTION HAVE NO AFFILIATION OR LINKS TO ANY ALLEGED NOTORIOUS MOVEMENTS ……. SIMPLY HAS A UNIQUE ,VERY PRIVATE, CONFIDENTIAL AND UNACCESSIBLE TO OTHERS TELEPHONE DIRECTORY FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT TO THE JAIL…. TO A GREAT MANY PERSONS THAT HAVE KINDLY AND PERSONALLY CONTRIBUTED EXHIBIT MATERIAL FOR THE DISPLAYS HERE AT LITTLEDEAN JAIL (FOR WHICH WE ARE ETERNALLY GRATEFUL )
BELOW THE IMAGES HERE SEE FOR YOURSELVES SOME INTERACTIVE MACINTYRE UNDERCOVER CHELSEA HEADHUNTERS FOOTAGE . (VERY VERY BRAVE ….. MANY SAY FOOLISH UNDERCOVER REPORTING – TO SAY THE VERY LEAST??)
FORMER CHELSEA HEAD HUNTER AND FOOTBALL HOOLIGAN AND STAR OF KILLER BITCH WITH ANDY JONES THE GOVERNOR OF THE CRIME THROUGH TIME COLLECTION AT LITTLEDEAN JAIL AT THE LAUNCH PARTY FOR GANGSTER MOVIE “KILLER BITCH” , LONDON 2010
AS REPORTED IN THE DAILY MAIL
Ex-undercover reporter Donal MacIntyre ‘attacked by Chelsea football hooligans he exposed’
Attack: Donal MacIntyre leaves court
Former undercover reporter Donal MacIntyre and his wife were viciously attacked by a father and daughter in a bar brawl after drinkers turned on him for helping to convict Chelsea football hooligans, a court heard yesterday.
The TV journalist had visited the bar with wife Ameera De La Rose – who was suffering a brain tumour – when other drinkers noticed him.
They started to berate him for his part in a conviction of Jason Mariner – a football hooligan who was exposed in his programme ‘MacIntyre Undercover’.
James Wild allegedly attacked MacIntyre to seek revenge for Mariner’s conviction and in a scuffle outside the venue, also struck De La Rose, bruising her arms.
MacIntyre was knocked unconscious.
Wild’s 25-year-old daughter Caley is charged with assaulting the journalist in the scuffle on June 17, 2009.
MacIntyre said the attack was linked to the prosecution of the notorious Chelsea Headhunters gang.
In 1999, he filmed them planning an attack on rival fans after posing as a drug-dealing Ulster loyalist to infiltrate the gang.
His exposé led to the convictions of five men the following year.
MacIntyre, 44, told a jury at Guildford Crown Court that he had visited the Cloud Nine Bar in East Molesey, Surrey, following an evening where he attended two charity events in London with his family.
He had taken his wife, 33, for a quiet drink ahead of a scan she was due to undergo the following morning.
MacIntyre said on his entrance into the wine bar he had noticed a group of men at the bar and had feared they might have recognised him.
Revenge attack: Donal MacIntyre and wife Ameera at a charity event for Great Ormond Street on the night of the assault
He told the jury: ‘We were sitting discussing the scan and her fears about it and this man came over who was part of the group. It seemed the rest of the men were fanning out behind him.
‘This one man came up and said “you grass, you snitch, you put my mate Jimmy in jail”, or words to that effect.
‘It was highly aggressive and very much in my face. I have been in situations before where I have had a threat of violence.
‘It was shouted very aggressively, it was clear and audible to anyone in these surroundings. They would have heard the name Jason Mariner’.
MacIntyre said his wife became upset that the man, who was unnamed in court, was berating him and started to cry.
‘She was distressed enough as it was and now she was with her husband and facing verbal abuse on what was supposed to be a very calming moment between us,’ he said.
His wife left the table and went to the toilet, followed soon after by MacIntyre.
He told the jury: ‘I stopped at a group of guys there and I said “give me a hard time if you want but my wife’s got a brain tumour”. It wasn’t a threat, this was a desperate time.
‘I said ‘she’s got a scan tomorrow and she’s really distressed, give us a break.
‘I said give us a break and he didn’t. I followed her into the bathroom and she was in a corner in tears.’
MacIntyre said he saw at least two girls in the bathroom, one of whom, Miss Wild, is alleged to have asked him why the men in the bar were shouting at him.
‘She said “is it because you put someone in jail?” I said I was trying to comfort Ameera at the time.
‘She said “well you deserve it then, don’t you?”‘
Mr MacIntyre left the bathroom and walked back into the bar. When Mrs MacIntyre came out the couple tried to leave the bar but were followed by the group of men, including Wild.
Mr MacIntyre said: ‘They came up to where I was, they were intent on starting a fight. One said “you bastard, I’m going to have you.”
‘I was trying to defend myself and was aware Ameera was behind me’.
In the brawl that ensued MacIntyre was pushed to the ground and set upon by the group, with Wild striking his wife in the scuffle.
In addition to being knocked unconscious, Mr MacIntyre also received a black eye while his wife’s arms were badly bruised.
He was then approached by Miss Wild who told him not to hit her boyfriend.
He said: ‘It was clear she was going to come up and hit me.’
Demonstrating how he covered his face, he added: ‘I was aware I didn’t want to give any indication that there was any aggression from me.
‘There could be no suggestion that I had invited anything like that and she punched me, I don?t recall it being hard or serious but she did, she hit me.’
Wild, who lives in Malaga, Spain but also has a home in Blacksproud Lane East, Lightwater, Surrey , and Caley Wild of Peregrine Road, Sunbury, deny all charges.
The trial continues.