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David ‘Joe’ Neilson from Peacehaven Sussex, is too scared to return home in fear of being killed by Sussex Police.

Murder witness in the unsolved Katrina Taylor murder of 1996 in Brighton, remains in hiding somewhere in the wastes of Scotland, too scared to return home, in fear he’d be killed by Sussex Police.

This is the truth about police corruption in 21st century police state Britain.

Sussex Police stand accused of covering up the 1996 Katrina Taylor murder on behalf of an organised crime gang, working in partnership with Sussex Police and led by crime lord Mark Slade, aka Marcel Sulc.

Read more: King of the Slums.

Katrina Taylor murdered in 1996
Crime lord Mark Slade
aka Marcel Sulc

Joe Neilson solved the murder of Katrina Taylor and uncovered major crime including drug deals and a £14million fraud surrounding the murder.

Katrina’s killer returned to this address on the night of her murder, and dropped his murder weapon down a nearby drain
Neilson witness Katrina’s murder drop the murder weapon down this drain
For 24 hours, David Neilson was treated like a hero for solving Katrina Taylor’s murder

David Neilson is calling for the IOPC to reinvestigate her murder, based on proof that Sussex Police Constables have been sent his murder files, that prove the cover up of Katrina Taylor’s murder, to release her killers, who were members of Mark Slade’s criminal gang.

“We want justice for Katrina Taylor!”

Katrina Taylor (right) appeared in the 1986 reconstruction of the Babes in the Woods crime of two girls being murdered by Russell Bishop

Katrina was murdered on 4 July 1996 in Brighton, Sussex.

Four people were charged with her murder. The trial was held at Lewes Crown Court in 1997. Two were found not guilty and two were found guilty.

Those found guilty appealed on 15 Oct 1998 and got a retrial at the Old Bailey in London 1999.

No one has been found responsible for her murder.

Read more: Katrina Taylor Unsolved Murder

Corruption, Katrina Taylor, Police


Katrina Taylor, murdered in a Brighton graveyard in 1996, is no longer an unsolved murder. Well, according to Wikipedia it isn’t.

Someone – out there – has erased her memory from the list of unsolved murders in the UK.

This is very strange and very worrying.

This is proof, if ever proof is needed, that there is a cover-up at play in Sussex.

David Joe Neilson, who has been a thorn in the side of Sussex Police to over two decades, has campaigned to have Katrina Taylor’s murder reopened.

If you don’t know who David Joe Neilson is, inform yourself by reading the ‘Who is David Joe Neilson’ article.

Essentially, he solved the Katrina Taylor murder by telling the police where the murder weapon was thrown by her killers; who just happened to base themselves in David’s up-stairs flat.

Even though four people were charged with her murder, no one to date has been convicted of her murder.

This undeniable FACT demonstrates that Katrina Taylor’s murder remains UNSOLVED.

This had been stated on the afore-mentioned Wikipedia unsolved murder list, but has been mysteriously edited. I only wish I had taken a screen-shot to prove to you it was there, but of-course I never expected the evident cover-up to go so far.

We need to know by whom, Wikipedia was edited?

Back ground to the case.

Katrina Taylor’s murder trial was held at Lewes Crown Court in 1997.

Brother and sister from London, Simon and Neisha Williams were found not guilty, where as Fergal Scollan and Trevor Smith were found guilty; but appealed on 15th October 1998.

They were freed after a retrial at the Old Bailey in London during October 1999.

For legal reasons, Neisha and Simon Williams did not give evidence. Lawyers for Trevor Smith and Fergal Scollan successfully argued that there was no case to answer, and the judge directed that both men be acquitted of murder because of insufficient evidence.

Fergal Scollan had a charge of false imprisonment dropped. William Smith admitted the same charge and was sentenced to 30 months but walked free because of time served.

This tells us who her murderers are, and it also tells us that a cover-up involving the higher echelons of Sussex Police, local government and judiciary, are instrumental in freeing her killers and most recently, erasing her murder from the pages of history.

Someone connected with the murder and someone involved with covering up the murder has edited Wiki-pedia.

The question isn’t why… because we know. The question is who and when are they going to be brought to justice?

Make no mistakes, we know who killed Katrina Taylor and we know Sussex Police is protecting a known Crime-Lord called Mark Slade, and his gang of criminals who killed her.

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Katrina Taylor, Police

Momentum is growing for the reinvestigation of the 1996 murder of Katrina Taylor in Brighton.


Following on from the successful conviction of paedophile monster Russell Bishop at the Old Bailey in London on the 10th December 2018; interest is growing for the reinvestigation of the unsolved murder of Katrina Taylor in 1996.


To understand what happened to Katrina Taylor in the fateful night of 4th July 1996, I would recommend you take the time to read the following investigation which explains it all.

With police forces across the nation always ready to reinvestigate cold cases on the basis of new evidence; as we have seen with a successful outcome in the Babes in the Woods case, and an unsuccessful result in the Suzy Lamplugh case; Sussex Police are find themselves under the spotlight, appearing to be reluctant to reopen the Katrina Taylor case.

While there is no “new evidence,” to be introduced to the case; an argument is being made that original evidence wasn’t presented to the original trial in 1997, which alluded to a fifth man being involved in the cover-up of Katrina Taylor’s murder.

In simple terms, the allegation against Sussex Police and the Crown Prosecution Service is that a main witness, a certain Mr. David Joe Neilson, wasn’t called to give evidence.

The public are left to make their own conclusions as to why?

Perhaps a criminal and corrupt element within Sussex police, conspired with a known Crime Lord to interfere with evidence, and reach a deal which allowed the killers of Katrina Taylor to walk free.

Sussex Police have declined to comment.