John “Goldfinger’ Palmer Dies Suddenly At His Home Aged 64
John ‘Goldfinger’ Palmer who was once dubbed Britain’s richest crook has died suddenly aged 64.
Diary on The Inside 2 June – 19 June 2015 Part Fifty Four By Giovanni Di Stefano
Wednesday 3 June 2015 - 02.29pm – Next Tuesday it seems Karen Todner will come to see me. The weather outside is good and full of sunshine. Maybe, just maybe, the summer dare I say is here.
Diary on The Inside 18 May – 2 June 2015 Part Fifty Three By Giovanni Di Stefano
Monday 18 May 2015 - 08.01am – Still waking up not feeling well. I guess I’m like an old car. Need time to warm up and get ready!
FIFA President Rouse Helped England Win The World Cup By Hiding Portuguese Complaint To FIFA In 1966 By Giovanni Di Stefano
On the 22nd August 1960 in the eternal city of Rome, FIFA chose England as the venue for the 1966 World Cup. It easily defeated the bids of both West Germany and Spain.
In Memory Of An Old Friend 'My Last Interview With Tariq Aziz In Khadamiya Prison, Baghdad, September 2012' - Maria Wera Cedrell
Tariq Aziz, 77, shuffles into view and sinks into a wooden chair in a prison corridor. The man who once bestrode the world stage puffing Cohiba cigars and tippling whiskey with world leaders, smilingly justifying each and every act of aggression, or evasion, by his boss and good friend Saddam Hussein, is a hunched and shrunken shadow of his former self.
Tariq Aziz, Foreign Minister under Iraq's Saddam Hussein has died
Tariq Aziz, who long served as the voice of Saddam Hussein’s regime, died in an Iraqi hospital Friday aged 79 after many years as a convicted prisoner, a provincial official said.
Killed In A Bar Room Brawl – Coincidence Or Cover Up? By Caroline Bayford And Giovanni Di Stefano
A fight over the bill for a day of frolicking in an English Inn in Deptford led to the death of Christopher Marlowe, England’s most promising playwright of the 16th century.
Diary on The Inside 1 - 17 May 2015 Part Fifty Two By Giovanni Di Stefano
Friday 1 May 2015 - 07.46am – A good night’s sleep. I must be finally getting better. This time next week Britain will know who will be in Government.
Letter to H.M. Queen Elizabeth II to Consider Two Prerogatives of Pardons on 9 September 2015 – Giovanni Di Stefano
We publish Giovanni Di Stefanos original letter together with deciphered and typed letter to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth Alexandra Mary of Windsor asking for consideration for two issues of the prerogative of Pardon.
Diary on The Inside 7 – 30 April 2015 Part Fifty One By Giovanni Di Stefano
Tuesday 7 April 2015 - Well that is my 3rd Easter completed. There will not be a forth. The weather is getting better all the time. Don’t even need the light on during the day.
The Semper Occultus Political ‘Affair to Remember’ of Jeremy Thorpe by Giovanni Di Stefano
Jeremy Thorpe QC was the gay, gallivanting leader of the Liberal party, between 1967 and 1976. He was also charged with conspiracy to murder his alleged homosexual ex-lover. He was desperate to cover up the affair because homosexuality was very much illegal at the time.
Jeremy Thorpe Trial: Inquiry Into Claims Police Altered Evidence
An inquiry is to take place into claims evidence was altered during the police investigation into former Liberal Party leader Jeremy Thorpe in the 1970s, the BBC's Today programme has learned.
Barry Hillmans Case To Be Heard In The Court of Appeal 7 May 2015
On the 23 February 2015 we published an article ‘CCRC Refers Barry Hillman's Case to Court of Appeal By Giovanni Di Stefano.’
The Face Of Jesus, The Vatican Cover-Up
And The Mafia Discover The Truth About
The Shroud Of Turin By Giovanni Di Stefano
The Shroud of Turin has become the single-most important religious relic on the planet. Said to be the cloth that was wrapped around Jesus of Nazareth after his crucifixion it is not surprising that it has become so revered.
The Sinking Of 'The Belgrano' By Giovanni Di Stefano
On 2 May 1982 the Argentine cruiser ‘General Belgrano’ was sunk by a British submarine. Despite the huge loss of life, the action was applauded in Britain as a shrewd blow in the Falklands conflict; but as the facts began to emerge, disturbing doubts concerning the role of the British government in the incident were raised.
Eleventh hour deal on Greek debt still feasible – Juncker
The possibility of reaching an agreement with Greece still remains, the European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has said. “There is very little time left, we are talking about minutes and seconds,” he added.
Athens casts doubt on Juncker's 'sincerity'
The Greek government cast doubt on EU commission head Jean-Claude Juncker's "sincerity" on Monday, as a bitter war of words erupted over who was to blame for a breakdown in bailout negotiations.
French attacker denies Islamist aim, motivations murky
A man who beheaded his boss in France has denied any religious motivation, investigative sources said Monday, muddying efforts to pin down the reasons for an attack which bore the hallmarks of a jihadist act.
Lavrov going to Vienna amid tough Iran talks
Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said he planned to meet his US counterpart John Kerry on Tuesday in Vienna where global powers are engaged in make-or-break nuclear talks with Iran.
French PM warns of more attacks after man decapitated
Prime Minister Manuel Valls warned Saturday that France faced more attacks to come after a grisly killing in which a suspected Islamist pinned the severed head of his boss to the gates of a gas factory.
The complete Waterloo guide, from Abba to Wellington boots (Part 1)
Opinion polls suggest most Britons have never heard of the Battle of Waterloo, fought in the muddy fields of Belgium exactly 200 years ago, while the French would rather forget about it. Here’s all you need to know about Napoleon’s swansong.
Run - it’s the pigs! Hog on the run gets ride in police car, defecates on back seat
Police in a Michigan town had a tricky encounter with an unusual perp: a pig on the run who chased a local woman but got distracted by a funny ornament. The escaped swine finally ended up in the back of a police car, pooping all over the place.
Rare albino sparrow spotted in Australia
A rare pure white sparrow has been spotted in Australia, leaving ornithologists all aflutter.
‘Beautiful Mind’ mathematician John Nash dies in car crash
Mathematician John Nash, a Nobel Prize winner whose longtime struggle with mental illness inspired the movie “A Beautiful Mind”, was killed in a car crash along with his wife in New Jersey, state police said on Sunday.
New York Picasso sale sets $179m auction record
A Picasso masterpiece fetched more than $179 million in New York on Monday, smashing the world record for the most expensive art sold at auction in what was dubbed the “sale of the century.”
Nepal tragedy takes toll even on cremation overseers
As veteran cremation worker Khadga Adhikari placed a handful of uncooked rice and a coin on the chest of yet another young victim of Nepal's earthquake, his own heart was filled with sadness.
Iraq turmoil today a consequence of 2003 invasion – ex-UN chief Annan
The fragile state Iraq is now in is directly linked to the US-led invasion of 2003, which happened without a US Security Council mandate, Kofi Annan, who was UN Secretary General between 1997 and 2006, told RT.
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If Damascus falls, Europe won’t be far behind – US senator
As a new report details the devastation wrought upon Syria by four years of rebellion, a Virginia state senator who once thanked the Syrian government for defending Christians is worried about the fate of Damascus, the Middle East and Europe.
Composer for 'Titanic,' 'Avatar' dies in plane crash: report
James Horner, the celebrated composer for some of Hollywood's smash-hit films including "Titanic" and "Avatar," died Monday in a plane crash at the age of 61, US media reported.
US rap mogul Diddy arrested in Los Angeles
American rap mogul Diddy was arrested in Los Angeles on Monday for assault with a deadly weapon -- in this case, a kettlebell.
British actor John Hurt diagnosed with cancer
British actor John Hurt said on Tuesday he had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer but would keep working and was "more than optimistic" about his future.
Superhero movies are ruining cinema, says 'Exorcist' director
William Friedkin, the US director who made the Oscar-winning movies "The Exorcist" and "The French Connection", is dismissive about the flood of superhero and sci-fi movies that have taken over today's box office.
'Jurassic World' romps its way to box office records
Dinosaur action flick "Jurassic World" has set new marks in North America and around the world, stomping this weekend's competition and old records with massive ticket sales.
B.B. King death to be investigated as homicide
The death of blues guitar legend B.B. King this month will be investigated as a homicide, a Nevada coroner's office said.
New deal for Norwich boss Neil
Norwich City manager Alex Neil has signed a new deal extending his stay with the club after taking the Canaries into the English Premier League in just a matter of months at Carrow Road.
AC Milan sack Filippo Inzaghi as coach
AC Milan on Tuesday sacked coach Filippo Inzaghi after what has been a bitterly disappointing season.
Chile draw 3-3 with Mexico in Copa America thriller
Hosts Chile came twice from behind before themselves being pegged back by Mexico in a thrilling 3-3 Group A clash at the Copa America on Monday.
Blatter to skip U-20 final in New Zealand
FIFA boss Sepp Blatter has cancelled plans to visit New Zealand for this weekend's Under-20 World Cup final in Auckland, football's world governing body said Tuesday.
Ireland skipper O'Connell leads Toulon star signings
Ireland stalwart Paul O'Connell, England prop Matt Stevens and South Africa back-rower Duane Vermeulen have all signed for European champions Toulon, club president Mourad Boudjellal said Monday.
Nobel centre severs ties with scandal-hit FIFA
The Nobel Peace Centre in Oslo announced Monday that it will end its partnership with football's world governing body FIFA, which has been engulfed by an unprecedented corruption scandal.
Number of British women becoming nuns hits 25-year high
The number of women becoming nuns in Britain reached a 25-year high last year, according to figures released by the Catholic Church on Thursday.
Think pink: Number of women with breast cancer may double in next 15 years ‒ study
By 2030, the number of women expected to develop breast cancer will increase by about 50 percent, according to a new study. Currently, one in eight women will develop the disease at some point in her lifetime.
Angelina Jolie has ovaries removed after cancer scare
Angelina Jolie has revealed she has had her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed after doctors detected possible signs of cancer.
Hormone drugs boost ovarian cancer risk by 40%
Menopausal women who take hormone replacement therapy (HRT) boost the risk of ovarian cancer by 40 percent, even if they take the treatment only for a few years, a study said Friday.
Women cry more than men ‘because of the media’
Stereotypes suggest that men are more cold-hearted than women, and less likely to cry. Studies show this may be true.
WHO makes cervical cancer protection easier, cheaper
The World Health Organization introduced new cervical cancer guidelines Wednesday, making it easier and cheaper to protect women against one of the deadliest, but most preventable, diseases.
Murder of Hogan’s Hero – Bob Crane
As a concept for a TV sitcom, it was outrageous. But someone actually proposed setting a sitcom in a Nazi POW camp.
The mystery surrounding the Marilyn Sheppard murder
Marilyn Sheppard was the wife of Dr. Sam Sheppard, an osteopath who practiced in Cleveland, Ohio in the 1950's.
THE MURDER OF POISONER GRAHAM YOUNG
The confidential security files kept by the Security Services on this well know murderer have been now examined. He was known as "The Teacup Poisoner".
Neville Heath – the Masochist Killer
In 1946 post war London, Neville Heath was not all he claimed to be: a handsome ex-Royal Air Force officer, the embodiment of the gallantry that had led England to victory, a war hero.
The Kidnapping of Elizabeth Smart
The kidnapping of Elizabeth Smart occurred on 5 June 2002, when a 14-year-old American girl, Elizabeth Smart, was abducted from her Salt Lake City, Utah, bedroom.
Gary Ridgway – The Green River Killer
“I hate most prostitutes. I did not want to pay them for sex. I also picked prostitutes as victims because they were easy to pick up without being noticed. I knew they would not be reported missing right away, and might never be reported missing.” These were the words of one of the worst slayers in American history, who was said to have killed more women than any other serial killer — Gary Ridgway.
Easter Island's Carnival magic seduces locals, tourists
Far from home on Chile's Easter Island for Carnival festivities, one middle-aged American woman throws caution to the wind. Stripped down to a thong, she lets a local reveler paint her chest.
Love in the time of tourists: courtship changes in remote Vietnam
Dating is never easy but finding the perfect partner when you live in a tiny, remote village in the Vietnamese mountains is almost impossible. The solution? A love market.
TOURISM IN SPAIN: MADRID AND BARCELONA
Overview of Spain
Spain is made up of 17 autonomous regions and covers an area of some 505,000 km2, with a population of over 47 million
“Chania is, in my opinion, one of the most beautiful cities on the island of Crete, because of its natural, privileged, well-protected beauty.
'Stunning' tsunami record discovered in Indonesia cave
Scientists said Friday they have discovered a cave on the Indonesian island of Sumatra that provides a "stunning" record of Indian Ocean tsunamis over thousands of years.
Japan agency offers travel for your teddy bear
Unable to get to that must-see tourist site but can't bear for your teddy to miss out? Then Japan has just the thing for you -- a travel agency that takes stuffed toys on package tours and even provides the holiday snaps to prove it.
The Ronnie Biggs Quiz Book: 200 Questions on the Great Train Robber
Ronnie Biggs is widely known for his part in the Great Train Robbery of 1963, his subsequent escape from prison, and notoriety as he lived as a fugitive around the globe with his family. Biggs’ story has been well documented over the years but how much do you really know about the man behind the headlines? The Ronnie Biggs Quiz Book is your chance to gen up on all the facts.
‘From Here to Obscurity in 240 Days’
The Art Baxter story - Britain’s First King of Rock ‘n’ Roll
A biography by Eric Gomm & Julian King
This remarkable biography about Art Baxter, who was born Arthur Charles Gomm in Canterbury, Kent, in 1926, finally puts the record straight about who was Britain’s first ‘King’ of rock ‘n’ roll.
THE DIARY ON ‘THE INSIDE’ 27 MARCH – 12 OCTOBER 2013 - PART 1 - 17 - GIOVANNI DI STEFANO
WEDNESDAY 27th MARCH 2013
This morning goes quickly; I spend all my time with my son Mike. He has turned out be a real rock. At 2pm the words from the Court Clerk Sofie shout. “We have a verdict.” So it’s back in court.
THE TRUTH ABOUT YOU BY SUSAN LEWIS
For readers of Jodi Picoult, Heather Gudenkauf, and Elizabeth Flock comes a novel of secrets and suspense that challenges the ties that bind—while reigniting the hope of enduring love.
Civilised Blood - Tom Phelps (Author), John Gallagher (Contributor)
Civilised Blood is a story of violence and bloodshed set against a background of ordinary people rebelling in opposition to unelected Eurocrats and the increasing poverty and injustice that is spreading across the continent
NEW RELEASE TOP STORIES 2013 VOLUME 3 BY GIOVANNI DI STEFANO
Part three of this year’s ‘Top Stories’ revolving around a compilation of intriguing stories surrounding untold history, conspiracies and treacherous, undisclosed official secrets that have been kept from the public eye… until now.
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For sale - Bungalow - La siesta, near Torrevieja, Alicante, Spain – 52,000 euros
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