SCOTLAND Yard believes that the naming of the PSNI Chief Constable’s undercover cop mistress would cause “serious security concerns,” according to the Sunday Life, which published photos of her running hand-in-hand with her lover at the weekend – though all identifying features were blacked out. However, if you have a copy of the story, you don’t have to be a detective to search the marathons Sir Hugh Orde has run in recently, run a search on his name or race number and cross-reference that on the handy marathon-photos.com (where she can be seen running beside the crafty copper) to find out her race number. Run that number through race results and you get her name… You can order photos of Denise Weston and her lover here. If I can do it, anyone can, so anyone for a marathon session? I guess when it coincides with attending a memorial service for fallen RUC officers on the same day, the answer is ‘yes’. Tomorrow should be fun for Sir Hugh too, as some of the world’s top cops descend on Belfast for a major policing conference.
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