The 2001 Anthrax Deception: The Case for a Domestic Conspiracy by Graeme MacQueen

Lobster Issue 69 (Summer 2015) FREE

[PDF file]: […] an alleged hijacker’s paper passport found in the burning debris and handed to the New York Police Department whose head on 9/11 was subsequently jailed for conspiracy, fraud and lying under oath.11 More recently we have seen film of President Obama and his top team apparently watching the capture of Bin Laden and then […]

Broken Heartlands: A Journey Through Labour’s Lost England by Sebastian Payne

Lobster Issue 82 (Winter 2021) FREE

[PDF file]: […] at the taxpayers’ expense at the height of a painful recession while some of their colleagues in the Parliamentary Labour Party (PLP) were being jailed for expenses fraud. Imagine the impact of that behaviour on trusting Labour voters where the economic guts of your community have been ripped out, the train line has long […]

The view from the bridge

Lobster Issue 69 (Summer 2015) FREE

[PDF file]: […] were not a secret;3 4 and Germany (after reunification) and France had already themselves broken the Maastricht rules. The system knew the Greek debt figures were a fraud and, in pursuit of the political project of ever closer (and expanding) union, turned a blind eye, even while the EU’s own statisticians were dealing with […]

Suddenly in September?

Lobster Issue 82 (Winter 2021) FREE

[PDF file]: […] of a hijacker in the burning Twin Towers wreckage in which the 9/11 Commission said the black boxes of two aircraft were never found, was jailed for fraud nine years later.28 He was presidentially pardoned by Trump in 202029 after serving Bush as Minister of Interior of Iraq following the 2003 invasion. With Kerik […]

The View from the Bridge

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[…] of a tiny handful of people employed by the American state who did not accept the official verdict that Oswald dunnit alone. In a recent essay on fraud in the medical evidence he wrote this: The brain images in the official collection show damage that appears generally consistent with a shot from behind, and […]

The Afghanistan Papers: A Secret History of the War by Craig Whitlock

Lobster Issue 82 (Winter 2021) FREE

[PDF file]: […] was known to have had a rival minister in Karzai’s government assassinated! The rigged Presidential election in 2009, which saw Karzai returned after ‘his supporters had committed fraud on an epic scale by stuffing ballot boxes and fixing vote totals’, was a crucial moment. According to the UN, a million votes, one in four […]

Dangerous Hero, and, Boris Johnson

Lobster Issue 81 (Summer 2021) FREE

[PDF file]: […] thrown his reputation away by celebrating Boris Johnson of all people. And this at a time when more and more people are recognising Johnson for the enormous fraud that he is, that nothing he says can be relied upon and that his government is wholly incompetent. We can be confident that once his electoral […]

The strange loves of Mariella

Lobster Issue 81 (Summer 2021) FREE

[PDF file]: […] and had first-hand experience of the last year or two of Ward’s life as the Profumo Affair unfolded. I followed his postings and thought he was a fraud. He revealed nothing that couldn’t have been gathered from existing books and articles. He was teasing his readers, beckoning them with as yet unspoken secret knowledge, […]

Maggie’s guilty secret

Lobster Issue 66 (Winter 2013) FREE

[PDF file]: […] what had gone on were swiftly crushed on government orders: Matrix Churchill’s directors were arrested; Gerald James was hounded and threatened by the police; and the Serious Fraud Office and HM Customs began to raid and threaten companies associated with the project. However not all the Thatcher government secrets disappeared into the black hole […]

Money laundering in British football

Lobster Issue 80 (Winter 2020) FREE

[PDF file]: […] eligibility to continue as a director of a football club playing in the English Football League of his recent conviction in Kyrgzstan for money laundering offences and fraud. 2. I am instructed that my clients have recently been told by the English Football League’s in-house solicitor that the League has now decided that Mr. […]

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