|"Not a good treasurer" - such praise for a dead BNP "comrade"|
Hannam was born in 1981. No-one is suggesting a man of 30 cannot have a heart attack, but just as the BNP finances come into focus, how "convenient" for the pocket-fillers to now have someone to point the finger at, who cannot respond to the lies, as other ex-National Treasurers have done.
It is hard not to come to one of two conclusions about the death of a very young man in such circumstances:
- That the stress put on him via the dodgy finances and investigations contributed to his early death
- Or that the State has done a "Dr David Kelly" to try and tie up the loose ends.
Either way the BNP chief (already slapping down Hannam's character by saying he was "frankly not a good treasurer" -- leaving some to ask why he was employed over a registered accountant then) is, being charitable, at best partly responsible for his death.
|The ground is prepared for Hannam to be the fall-guy|
For Hannam to die at this time simply cannot be seen to be coincidence. Certain non-BNP member(s) close to Nick Griffin are already laying the blame for missing monies and dodgy accounts, on public forums (see image to the right), at the door of Hannam... how very convenient!
Just as another ex-National Treasurer went to BBC Panorama to deny the lies of the BNP surrounding a missing £37,000, so David Hannam dies and is already being put in the frame.
It's all very, very intriguing.