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Now click to see and hear Ian Cowper Ross on a 1991 BBC-TV program: He transformed his invented character called 'Jimmy Shaw' - who he featured in his 1990 novel - into the real life person of his 'Daddy'. While Ian Cowper Ross never specifically said that this is what he was doing, today millions of people now think that this is what he did!
Anoraks, stop believing and supporting the LIES being promoted by Paul Rusling, Mike Leonard and a host of others about the origins of Radio Caroline, because that is what you are doing by supporting them!
If you take away the 'Jimmy' LIE, then how do YOU explain the origin of Radio Caroline?
The 'Jimmy' LIE is just that: the 'Jimmy' LIE.
'Jimmy' never existed except in the minds of anoraks.
We are still investigating the lives of Ian Cowper Ross and Oonagh Leigh, although we now have enough to totally demolish the LIES published by Rusling; Mike Leonard and others. But we are self-financing and having to both investigate and then assemble the details in such an in-your-face manner, that anoraks have nowhere to run, and no place to hide.
What the publishers of the 'real story' etc., etc., about Radio Caroline have published so far is absolute rubbish. It supports the Establishment, meaning the BBC and its step-children.
Now that's an insulting laugh isn't it?
You thought you were supporting the cause of 'free radio', but that is a big joke in itself - instead of investigating the joke as we are, and we will continue to unmask the nonsense to the satisfaction of court room standards! But isn't it funny how the anoraks will read these lines and spot what they think is a typo, instead of a deliberate bait, and then comment of the typo but never upon the fact that the story about 'Jimmy Ross' is a lie. So okay, the anoraks are reading these words and our viewing statistics are climbing! What a pity that the penny isn't dropping in their minds that Paul Rusling et al have all defrauded them with a pack of lies which they had to purchase to read, while you get the true story here, for free!
By the way, we want to thank the anorak who has now posted a link to these words on of all places: The Garry Stevens' Forum! What dummies the anoraks really are - they will believe anything and never check out the facts. (Now go and read our companion Blog - it has different content today.)
If there never was a 'Jimmy Ross', and there wasn't, then where did the money come from to start Radio Caroline?
Not Ronan O'Rahilly!
You want to know about Ronan O'Rahilly?
He worked for his father's family business but told everyone that he had escaped that business and struck out on his own. More to the point is that he arrived in London to find additional funding for the family business, and then he drifted off track and his parents cut him loose.
We have the proof!
We are assembling the stories of Ronan O'Rahilly; Ian Cowper Ross; Oonagh Leigh and others involved in the fake narrative - promoted by Jocelyn Stevens!
Jocelyn Stevens was 'there' at the beginning - meaning that Jocelyn Stevens was getting involved with the commercial radio scene in Britain back in 1959-1960 when a lot of others were getting involved. But Jocelyn Stevens was not 'Mister Big' (who really did exist! We know who he was and what 'glued' all of these people together, even though their interests varied.)
Jocelyn Stevens got involved with Ronan O'Rahilly via the ship 'Fredericia', and Ronan O'Rahilly got involved with the 'Fredericia' because of his father!
Jocelyn Stevens needed Ian Cowper Ross because he was not Irish, but would-be English aristocracy - like Jocelyn Stevens himself. One big difference: at that at the time, Ian Cowper Ross was just a kid without a lot of common sense. The reason why Jocelyn Stevens needed Ian Cowper Ross was to misdirect attention away from 'Mister Big'. Ronan O'Rahilly could not do that with his silly stories about Georgie Fame. The EMI catalogue made a joke out of that story.
So what about Oonagh Leigh?
Well she was a Ronan O'Rahilly hanger-on, although she had far more wisdom and understanding about the situation than Ronan O'Rahilly. Unfortunately for her, she was an outsider who was not welcomed into the inner sanctum of the British aristocracy like Ian Cowper Ross. However, he only gained entrance via the backdoor, and not in his own right. He was sort of inside, but not really, not like Jocelyn Stevens.
What we want to know is this:
At what point will the anorak publishers admit that they have been following the unresearched lies of each other, instead of actually doing some work to find the true story?
Right now the British Crown Establishment thinks that anoraks are the biggest collection of dummies to have shuffled on to the stage since the Flat Earth Society.