JANCOM

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The Justice for Asil Nadir Committee (JANCOM) is independant from and has no ties to Asil Nadir or the Nadir family and was set up in August 2012 by a group of retired professionals who do not believe that Asil Nadir received just and fair trials in either 1992-93 or 2011-12.

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"The Search for Justice"
Started: 2013/05/31
Founder: Martin Tancock


Main focus: Asil Nadir

JANCOM was a defense group for Asil Nadir, a British Turkish-Cypriot businessman who probably was framed in a British court to cover for an intelligence arms smuggling operation. It seems to be inactive per 2021.

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The Justice for Asil Nadir Committee (JANCOM) is independent from and has no ties to Asil Nadir or the Nadir family and was set up in August 2012 by a group of retired professionals who do not believe that Asil Nadir received just and fair trials in either 1992-93 or 2011-12

It intends, not only that Asil Nadir did not receive justice, but act as an archive of articles and documents which place the trials of Asil Nadir and the downfall of Polly Peck in the context of the other trials of the early 1990s which related to the illegal sale of arms to Iran and Iraq, by the UK and US Governments, and the wrong-doings of Parliamentarians, Civil Servants, the Police and Security Services.[1]


 

Documents sourced from JANCOM

TitleTypeSubject(s)Publication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:CIA Research Paper SW91-10076X - Intelligence SummaryResearch paperArms-to-Iraq
Gerald Bull
Gerald Bull/Assassination
November 1991CIATranscription of the unredacted 'Intelligence Summary' (pages 22-26) of CIA Research paper SW91-10076X titled 'Project Babylon' which names two ex-SAS soldiers as having been contracted to eliminate Gerald Bull
File:Analysis of CIA Research Paper SW91-100076X.pdfanalysisFile:CIA Research Paper SW91-100076X un-redacted.pdf2013Martin TancockAn intelligence analysis and authentication of the un-redacted portions of CIA Research Paper SW91-100076X - Project Babylon: The Iraq supergun (1991)
File:CIA Research Paper SW91-100076X Redacted.pdfResearch paperArms-to-Iraq
Gerald Bull
Gerald Bull/Assassination
November 1991CIARedacted CIA Research paper SW91-10076X titled 'Project Babylon' as it appeared on the CIA web site in July 2012
File:CIA Research Paper SW91-100076X summary.pdfResearch paperArms-to-Iraq
Gerald Bull
Gerald Bull/Assassination
November 1991CIAUnredacted 'Intelligence Summary' (pages 22-26) of CIA Research paper SW91-10076X titled 'Project Babylon' and naming two ex-SAS soldiers as having been contracted to eliminate Gerald Bull
File:CIA Research Paper SW91-100076X un-redacted.pdfResearch paperArms-to-Iraq
Gerald Bull
Gerald Bull/Assassination
November 1991CIAUnredacted CIA Research paper SW91-10076X titled 'Project Babylon:The Iraq Supergun' (pages 1-21)
File:LetterGeraldBull-PhilippeGlibert311089(2).pdfletterArms-to-Iraq31 October 1989Gerald Bull
File:LetterGeraldBull-PhilippeGlibert311089.pdfletterArms-to-Iraq31 October 1989Gerald Bull
File:NYT Man Behind Iraq's Supergun.pdfarticleGerald Bull26 August 1990New York Times
File:TheBrusselsTrip.pdfletterArms-to-Iraq
Gerald Bull
6 March 1990Astra Defence Systems Ltd
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