Daniel Morgan was one of Britain’s 10,000-odd registered private detectives until he met his untimely death.
The discovery of his body in the car park of a pub in Sydenham, south London, in 1987 marked the beginning of a strange and complex case that
would include allegations of drug networks and corrupt police officers. To this day,
Daniel’s death remains one of ‘Britain’s most investigated unsolved murders.’
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