Originally posted by Scope and a Beam
This is some serious stuff. Although the journalist in question has very little references on the internet which is slightly suspicious. I definitely won't be going to the Olympics.
The source is from a weekly political editorial broadcast from a community radio station.
As individual burden of proof standards vary tremendously on ATS, I say draw your own conclusions.
Friday Drivetime/BCfm’s weekly politics show presented by Tony Gosling
At five: discussing the big stories in Bristol, Britain and around the world
After six: straight talking and investigative reports with Martin Summers & Marina Morris
For all the shows back to Easter 2009 visit the Friday Drivetime archive page.
First hour: Prime Minister David Cameron’s father Ian pioneered the abuse of Tax Havens and the Cameron family fortune was accumulated in Panama, Geneva and Jersey. News review with St. George East Labour Councillor Fabian Breckles.
Second hour: The 2012 London olympics start in 4 weeks time. Exclusive interview with investigative journalist Lee Hazledean who is training undercover as a security guard for the London olympics with private security firm G4S. Lee is a filmmaker and investigative TV journalist. He has also been involved in major stories on the IRA and how British Army infiltrated the organisation and carried out false flag operations. He has managed to get undercover as part of the security team at the 2012 Olympics with G4S.....
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