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Originally posted by zerozero00
reply to post by AwesomeOverload
I Really wished you was right ....but It is not that easy!
Robin Cook...Anti Iraq!
John Smith...Removed to put Blair in
These two politicans who where very honest mp's and stood for no crap!....A bit like JFK!
But alas.....two names that have just drifted into our history books and know one gives it a second thought about foul play!......I did though!
Blair was a yes man!....He played his role very well and has been very well rewarded since for his part in this big mess!!
edit on 22-7-2011 by zerozero00 because: (no reason given)
While many people have been gripped by the twists and turns of the phone-hacking scandal, which has dominated the media for the past fortnight, some may feel other stories have not been given the prominence they should.
Investigators have found no sign of foul play in the death of a man identified as the whistleblower behind the scandal surrounding media mogul Rupert Murdoch's News International, British police announced Tuesday..
An autopsy conducted Tuesday afternoon "has concluded there is no evidence of third-party involvement and the death is non-suspicious," Hertfordshire police said in a statement. Earlier, police had called his death "unexplained, but not thought to be suspicious."