Richard D. Hall extends his initial investigation into the alleged murder of the Labour MP Jo Cox in 2016 just weeks before the UK public went to vote in the EU Referendum.
This is Richard Halls own description of his latest documentary:
This film follows Richard D. Hall’s investigation into the alleged murder of MP Jo Cox which happened on June 16th 2016. Following on from his initial findings presented in a lecture in April 2018, he has searched further for evidence and presents it here for the first time.
The film proves beyond reasonable doubt that the official version of events is wholly untrue. Richard presents compelling evidence that the man blamed for the attack was a patsy and played no part in any murder, if indeed there was a murder.
The film looks at all the CCTV evidence, witness testimony and physical evidence. Also featured are interviews with witnesses who have been kept out of mainstream media and were not asked to take part in the trial.
The film suggests a plausible motive for a highly organised plot to remove Jo Cox from her position of MP. Her departure occurred just one week before the UK Brexit referendum and the film explains why this may have happened.
This film contains extensive analysis by statement analyst Peter Hyatt.
The documentary makes some compelling arguments and provides some even more compelling evidence to suggest that the official narrative is a far cry from the truth. Watch and decide for yourselves.
You can find Richard’s earlier documentary on this in the article below: