Is Libya still the prime suspect for the murder of WPC Fletcher?

Lobster Issue 32 (December 1996) £££

[…] such a secret deal could only have been brokered at a price, and perhaps that price involved the treatment of embassy staff. The demonisation of Gaddafi This murder, and the later much publicised embrace of a senior NUM officer, Roger Windsor, by the ‘mad dog of Tripoli’ at a most critical stage (28 October) […]

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The Assassination of John Kennedy: An Alternative Hypothesis

Lobster Issue 2 (1983) £££

[…] it is the elaboration of a hunch about the case – but an interesting hunch, I think. I take as proven that there was a conspiracy to murder Kennedy and a wide-ranging cover-up of the facts about the case. But I am not inclined to search for a gargantuan conspiracy. American politics are profoundly […]

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The Real Gemstone File

Lobster Issue 41 (Summer 2001) £££

[…] here and it’s waiting …….. I elected Nixon – and the Mafia – not Nixon and Mitchell – the Mafia put an unlimited price tag on the murder of me and my family and my friends – then supposed to be a Yablonski-type wipe out – and since changed to a CIA type slow-torture […]

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Hess, ‘Hess’ and the ‘peace Party’ (Book review)

Lobster Issue 17 (1988) £££

Hess: A Tale of Two Murders Hugh Thomas Hodder and Stoughton, London 1988 This is an update of Thomas’ 1979, The Murder of Rudolf Hess. Thomas argues (a) that the ‘Hess’ in Spandau prison wasn’t Hess at all but a double; and (b) that both the real and false Hess were murdered. The first […]

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Jonestown. The secret life of Jim Jones: a parapolitical fugue

Lobster Issue 37 (Summer 1999) £££

[…] the notion of ‘mass suicides’? And how could it be so mistakenly certain of the manner in which the dead had died: i.e., suicide as opposed to murder? Obviously, the CIA somehow learned of the massacre in Guyana prior to 4:44 am; which is to say, while it was still dark, and hours before […]

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The CIA and Mountbatten

Lobster Issue 4 (1984) £££

[…] me?” Lord Mountbatten had imperiously said to his secretary shortly before his death…… (1) Ulster Unionist M.P. Enoch Powell suggested that the CIA were involved in the murder of Earl Mountbatten of Burma in August 1979…”The Mountbatten murder was a high-level ‘job’ not unconnected with the nuclear strategy of the United States” (Guardian 9th […]

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Steady as she goes: Labour and the spooks

Lobster Issue 35 (Summer 1998) £££

[…] ‘village’ are not known for rocking the boat. Way off-message Meanwhile the really interesting issues in this area flicker on the edge of the political agenda. The murder of the journalist, Jonathan Moyle, in Santiago, while investigating the Chilean arms dealer Cardoen, lurched briefly back into view with the verdict of the Exmouth coroner […]

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Jim Jones and the Conspiracists

Lobster Issue 46 (Winter 2003) £££

[…] was forcibly administered to many of the people at Jonestown – was by far the most extensive conducted. Nor are Dr. Mootoo’s findings the only evidence of murder. There is the harrowing account of Stanley Clayton, and other survivors. According to Clayton, he escaped from Jonestown by talking his way past a cordon sanitaire […]

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After Kelly: ‘After Dark’, David Kelly and lessons learned

Lobster Issue 55 (Summer 2008) £££

[…] come to the phone…’ Before you know it, researching too diligently can slip into a fuggers’ fugue of accusation, with all manner of folk supposedly conspiring to murder someone in a rigged car crash – even the dog in the Fiat Uno. For those who think these rules are somehow an attack on investigative […]

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Spooks

Lobster Issue 41 (Summer 2001) £££

[…] are trying to force the British government to investigate two murders that the British Secret Intelligence Service (MI6) were directly responsible for. They are the “Bulgarian Umbrella” murder of Georgi Markov in 1978 (a British double agent tricked the Bulgarians into murdering him) and the murder of the newspaper owner Robert Maxwell in 1991. […]

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