Sunday, June 01, 2008


Murdered British cop Nisha Patel was 'a secret vice madam'. She ran a brothel and escort agency.
- Slain policewoman ‘ran call girl service’ / Murdered cop Nisha ran husband's vice racket News News of the ...

"The top-secret document at the heart of the Lockerbie bombing appeal confirms beyond doubt the bomb timer was supplied to countries other than Libya, Scotland on Sunday can reveal...

"There is growing suspicion among Lockerbie experts that the document could even provide the UK with a way to get Megrahi out of jail without facing a re-trial and thorough examination of aspects of the case that would embarrass the Crown Office and Westminster." - Truth revealed on Lockerbie bomb timer

aangirfan: Bid to ban Lockerbie lawyers in secrets hearing

Key Lockerbie Witness Admits Perjury

FBI offered me $4m: Lockerbie bomb witness

Revealed: CIA offered $2m to Lockerbie witness and brother

Brown blows a loophole in cluster bombs ban

Disraeli : As a young man he travelled throughout Europe, where he contracted gonorrhoea – which may account for why he remained childless. After being implicated in a bizarre threesome with Lady Henrietta Sykes and Lord Lyndhurst on his return to England, he eventually married Mary Anne Wyndham - Naughtiness at No. 11

"From all we can glean about Al-Qaeda – and there is now a library on the subject – in 2001 it was confined to a few bases in Afghanistan, where, being Arab, it was not popular and was running short of hospitality... Al-Qaeda is thus an Orwellian classic, a necessary enemy." - Simon Jenkins - This enemy isn’t worthy of you, 007

Lord Snowdon, his women, and his love child

Bin Laden’s brother aims to bridge the Red Sea

Scotland's oil: "There is still around 25 billion barrels in the North Sea, worth around $2 trillion, and oil companies are exploring previously uneconomic fields. A report by the accountancy firm Grant Thornton last week claimed that an independent Scotland would have a budget surplus of £4.4bn, based on 82.5% of North Sea revenues." - Scotland's oil ... an idea whose time has come?


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