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Sas Man Confesses Being Behind The Telegraph Reveals

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And has no regrets but accepts he won't be on many Christmas Cards lists!

He wasn't behind the leaks, he was the middle man, we still don't know where the leaks came from, or how and when the government knew.

It seems likely that the Jacqui Smith Porn expenses were released as a teaser to help increase the price of the leaked data files, but equally they could have been a warning to the government to take some action over some thing? A warning that whoever had the data had the means to take out the government, and was prepared to use it!

What happened between 29th March and the release of the first of the telegraph's outputs in early May? Certainly some pretty inexplicable political events (Gordon gurning on You-tube for example), and the reasons for that are now clear, but what else happened, prompted by the threat or likelihood or release of the data? Was the budget affected? Did it influence the amount of quantitative easing, the treatment of Lloyds Bank, the G20 summit, the Uk's attitude on extraordinary rendition, or who knows what?

According to the papers John Wick has some pretty clear links to military and other security services type characters, so who else could have been involved. Like the issue of euthenasia in South Park, all we know is that the Met took the view that they wouldn't touch the investigation with a 60 foot pole!

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Think that the real guy who sold the data will keep quiet and wait and see how SAS guy is received.

I'm sure that they are in communication - and given all that has happened - they have agreed between themselves to test the waters from a legal stand point.

Given that the general consensus is that John Wick won't get prosecuted for x,y,z reason - it's possible that when the real action starts - i.e. the supposed Committee that the govt have said will assess whether they should be fired or not - and the legal stuff starts around that (at the tax-payers' expense!!!!!) whether the MPS have a case for compensation or payment for life of their Duck Homes - that the real guy who sold the data may come forward.

It's going to be bit by bit before he does his reveal!

There's too much at stake for him to reveal himself - he could be linched legally by the MPs at this point - but for the SAS guy to come out at this point - is pretty brave in my opinion.

What say you?

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And has no regrets but accepts he won't be on many Christmas Cards lists!

Says who?

Is there a link to this story?

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He wasn't behind the leaks, he was the middle man, we still don't know where the leaks came from, or how and when the government knew.

Where did the expenses accounting information come from?

hmm I wonder...?

:lol::lol::lol:

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Sas Man Confesses Being Behind The Telegraph Reveals, Motivated by wanting to get the truth out

Now we get to see how muc blls Brown REALLY has.

Faking a doctors suicide in the woods or an MPs death on a mountain is easy.

Lets see what happens when you try and f*ck with the men from the SAS.

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Now we get to see how muc blls Brown REALLY has.

Faking a doctors suicide in the woods or an MPs death on a mountain is easy.

Lets see what happens when you try and f*ck with the men from the SAS.

:lol:

Yeah! Not a good idea to cross those guys!

I just saw the video posted on the telegraph site

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics...he-scandal.html

Fantastic stuff

Hats off to the man

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Pretty clear who is behind the coup......

The usual Dark Forces

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Makes you wonder just how the British people will react if Bliar becomes EU President?

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Now we get to see how muc blls Brown REALLY has.

Faking a doctors suicide in the woods or an MPs death on a mountain is easy.

Lets see what happens when you try and f*ck with the men from the SAS.

Question is whether Brown would find himself tangling with one man with a military background or with a whole lot of them, a whole army in fact.

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Makes you wonder just how the British people will react if Bliar becomes EU President?

Perhaps surprisingly, I think it would mostly be patriotically.

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And has no regrets but accepts he won't be on many Christmas Cards lists!

Duh, the SAS guy is the broker - he did it for the money. Why should he have regrets?

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Duh, the SAS guy is the broker - he did it for the money. Why should he have regrets?

Apparently he was head of stores at the Hereford HQ. I'm not sure whether this technically counts as an SAS man.Bet plenty of gear went AWOL though.

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There's too much at stake for him to reveal himself - he could be linched legally by the MPs at this point - but for the SAS guy to come out at this point - is pretty brave in my opinion.

What say you?

Yes when you control the police, judges, lawyers, doctors and even traffic lights you can just about do anything you please so long as the sheeple don't wake up.

give him a medal i say.

Fixated Threat Assessment Centre (FTAC) tasked to intimidate critics of Jacqui Smith?

The UKColumn was shocked to learn that a member of the public, who wrote letters and emails calling the Home Secretary a communist and criticising her for creating a police state, has been summoned for an interview with his GP. The individual, who wishes to remain anonymous, informed the Column that he was recently surprised to receive a call from his GP asking him to attend the surgery.

Once in front of his doctor, Mr X was stunned to be told that the GP had received a letter from the highly secretive Fixated Threat Assessment Centre (FTAC) following instructions from the Home Secretary herself. Although embarrassed, the GP understood from the communication that he was required to interview Mr X to establish his ‘state of mind’.The implications of this incident are extremely serious, as they suggest that anyone who dares to criticise the Home Secretary, or perhaps even the government itself, will be regarded as mentally ill. Clearly for Mr X, Smith’s actions were intended to be a warning and the first step in attempting to brand him mentally ill.

Don't go upsetting you doctor will you now :lol:

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Worth a read, for a consipracy theory makes a lot of sense.

http://bastardoldholborn.blogspot.com/

John Wick & The Very British Revolution or Have We Had A Military Coup And Nobody Noticed ?

The one thing that has astounded me was the ease with which shadowy figures with links to the security services, the military and special forces have accumulated the dirt on the 'Rotten Parliament' and have dealt the political classes the Coup De Grace

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From the beeb:

He said the public had a right to know about MPs' affairs given how much information the government wanted to collect about ordinary citizens.

"Sometimes a marker has to be put down," he said. "The public's put a marker down. It's good."

Very SAS that; getting your retaliation in first.

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Makes you wonder just how the British people will react if Bliar becomes EU President?

probably mass transportation to australia!!! :lol::lol::lol:

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