The Drugs Baron in the British House of Lords
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This video details the TONNES of opium produced in British army occupied Helmand on ex-General David Richard’s watch as Chief of the Defence Staff. As detailed in the video, I personally guarded opium harvesting on Afghan government land besides Camp Bastion in 2012, from poppy fields irrigated with water purified inside the NATO main operating base. Richards was my most senior commander at that time.

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220px-Gen. Sir David Richards at NATO Summit in Chicago May 20, 2012

June 2019 was a bizarre month in British politics - we had a rash of candidates for Prime Minister casually admitting to their illegal hard drug use followed by a scientific report that the Houses of Parliament are awash with traces of cocaine.

But those are minor matters compared to House of Lords member Baron Richards of Herstmonceux drug connections. Although I have heard it suggested Richards is on drugs, I doubt Richards actually does use illegal drugs. But, I do know without a shadow of doubt that he is guilty of complicity in the production of a class A drugs - opium and heroin. Richards could be more accurately titled Baron Richards of Heroin Production rather than of Herstmonceux.

More commonly known as David Richards, the ex-general and former head of the British armed forces is a sorry excuse for a soldier whom I hold personally responsible for the unneccessary deaths of countless soldiers, and for our humiliating military defeat in Helmand.

Whilst I think he could be tried for corporate manslaughter, I know he is guilty of complicity in the production of a Class A drug: David Richards is an illegal drugs baron who has so far escaped justice. I aim to rectify that matter.

I will present my evidence against Richards here in due course, before reporting on British police’s criminal corruption in refusing to investigate my allegations. That second report is provisionally titled 

Britain: A Police State 

Truly, for some of us nothing is written, unless we write it 
© Anthony C Heaford - The Quiet Mancunian