Feds Fail to Address the Epidemic of Police Violence by Barry Scott Sussman
The current epidemic of police violence aimed against the very citizens they are sworn to protect and serve shows no sign of abating.
Diary on The Inside 1 – 19 February 2015 Part Forty Eight By Giovanni Di Stefano
Sunday 1 February 2015 - 01.06pm – Now, all know I wrote a fairly major story on Winston Churchill. Caroline will place a link for all those that may not have read it.
Excerpt from 'Defending the Indefensible' The Lawyers Dilemma and the Trials of Jesus Christ By Giovanni Di Stefano
It was George Bernard Shaw that wrote the play The Doctors Dilemma and A J Cronin the much read novel The Citadel.
CCRC Refers Barry Hillmans Case To Court Of Appeal By Giovanni Di Stefano
This case has been now referred to the CCRC thanks to Giovanni Di Stefano highlighting the fact that he found an unanswerable issue of Law that makes the conviction of Barry Hillman a nullity.
Tony Blair To Advise Serbia, Having Led NATO Bombing Of Belgrade Statement From Giovanni Di Stefano
Tony Blair has signed a contract to advise Serbia’s prime minister, 16 years after the two were on opposite sides of the Balkan conflict. Former British PM Blair was instrumental in NATO airstrikes against Belgrade.
Feds Move to Silence Iraq War Whistleblower by Barry Scott Sussman
Iraq War whistleblower, Paul Bergrin, 59, has been moved by the federal Bureau of Prisons to the highly restrictive Communication Management Unit (CMU) at Terre Haute, IN.
World Exclusive: Mi6-Cia Involvement In The Murder Of Rafik Harari By Giovanni Di Stefano
Rafik Harari the former Prime Minister of Lebanon was assassinated in Beirut on 14th February 2005.
Kenneth Noye Could Be Freed After Parole Hearing - Statement from Giovanni Di Stefano
Double killer Kenneth Noye could be freed after getting a parole hearing, sparking anger from the parents of one of his young victims.
Ukraine Peace Deal: Ceasefire Starting February 15, Removal Of Heavy Weapons
An agreement has been brokered in Minsk to stop hostilities in Ukraine from Sunday. The deal was reached after marathon talks between the leaders of France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine, and signed by the Ukrainian rebels.
Diary on The Inside 1 - 31 January 2015 Part Forty Seven By Giovanni Di Stefano
New Years Day Thursday 1 January 2015 - 08.04am – Happy New Year to all. Great to see my 60th year on this planet called ‘Earth’. Boy it’s been a journey and what a trip!!!!
Silk Road Founder Faces Draconian Sentence By Barry Scott Sussman
San Francisco native Ross William Ulbricht, 30, was convicted on February 4, 2015 on charges stemming from the creation of Silk Road, the multimillion dollar, bitcoin denominated marketplace for drugs and other illegal items.
The ‘Stitch Up’ Of East End Gangsters Ronnie and Reggie Kray
and The Mysterious Death In 2002 Of The Old Bailey Prosecutor
RONNIE and REGGIE KRAY, Britain's most infamous gangsters, should and could be posthumously cleared of murder. New evidence found by examining files in the basement of the Old Bailey means that the twins' convictions in1969 for the killings of Jack "The Hat" McVitie and George Cornell are "unfair and potentially unsafe".
Federal Prosecutor, ATF Agent Targeted in Federal Investigation By Barry Scott Sussman
An investigation into misdeeds stemming from an amorous affair between a federal prosecutor and an Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) agent has begun in the Southern District of Georgia.
Diary on The Inside 22 – 31 December 2014 Part Forty Six By Giovanni Di Stefano
Monday 22 December 2014 - 07.50am – Have been watching series 1 and 2 of Foyles War. Why do I like the series? Because it reminds me of England that is no longer recognizable but was once great.
EXCLUSIVE ! The Three Murders Of Winston Churchill By Giovanni Di Stefano
For the past seventy years but closer to a century Winston Churchill is known as the saviour of the modern world. He was the man who fought Nazi Germany and won. Without doubt the darling of British, if not world politics and a man bestowed the honour of a State Funeral.
Singapore overwhelmed by huge crowds mourning founding leader Lee
Tens of thousands of Singaporeans braved waits of up to 10 hours outside parliament Friday to pay their last respects to founding leader Lee Kuan Yew despite appeals from overwhelmed officials to honour him elsewhere.
Tunisia arrests 23 suspects over Bardo museum attack
Tunisian authorities said Thursday that they had arrested 23 suspects in connection with last week's jihadist massacre at the Bardo museum in the capital, Tunis.
Libya, Syria, Yemen: Sectarian conflict threatens entire Middle East
A coalition of 10 Sunni Arab states is on a military offensive against Shiite Houthi militants in Yemen, recently proclaimed by America’s president as a brilliant example of war on terror, but now catapulting the Middle East into the inferno of battle.
US soldier Bergdahl held by Taliban charged with desertion
US Army soldier Bowe Robert Bergdahl, who was freed last year after being held by the Taliban for five years, was formally charged with desertion and misbehaviour before the enemy on Wednesday, US officials said.
Morsi, 24 others to be tried for insulting Egypt judiciary
Ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi and 24 others, including prominent Islamists and secular figures, will go on trial May 23 for insulting the judiciary, a court official said Wednesday.
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.
Broken promise: Obama ‘would’ve closed Guantanamo on first day’
Barack Obama says if he could return to the first days of his presidency, he would close the Guantanamo Bay prison immediately.
Milky Way may host billions of planets in 'habitable' zones: study
The Milky Way galaxy may be home to billions of planets orbiting their host stars in a "habitable zone" where life could theoretically exist, researchers said Wednesday.
'Extinct' Myanmar bird rediscovered after 73 years
A bird that was long thought to have gone extinct has been rediscovered in Myanmar after a team of scientists used a recording of the species' distinctive call to track it down.
Promises of love, jobs for foreign recruits in IS 'utopia'
It has become known for horrific images of beheadings and torture, but the Islamic State group is trying to lure foreign recruits to its "caliphate" with promises of adventure, homes, jobs -- even love.
Stars found forming at Milky Way's outer edge
Brazilian astronomers said Friday they had found two star clusters forming in a remote part of our Milky Way galaxy where such a thing was previously thought impossible.
‘Impressionable youth to terrorist’: MI5 rattled by teen’s rapid radicalization
MI5 are concerned by the speed at which British teenager, Brusthom Ziamamni, became radicalized. The 19 year-old was arrested last August, as he carried a 12 inch knife in a black Islamist flag.
Mongolia mummy find highlights Buddhist 'living gods' tradition
For more than a century he sat in a meditative pose in remote western Mongolia before being thrust into the spotlight by an unscrupulous thief.
ISIS killers were ‘high-fiving’ after execution – US volunteer with Kurdish troops
A Florida native told RT that he followed ‘God’s call’ when he joined Kurdish fighters in the north of Syria to battle the Islamic State (formerly ISIS). He is one of dozens of westerners who have come to the region to fight against the terror group.
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.
Giving birth better at home than at hospital
Women are better giving birth at home or in midwife centres than in hospital, where doctors are more likely to perform interventions such as caesareans, according to new British guidance.
MRI reveals ancient Siberian ‘princess’ had breast cancer
Brand new MRI scans have revealed that a 2,500-year-old ancient Pazyryk 'princess' died from the same disease that over a million women are fighting today: breast cancer.
Eating placentas? US moms swear by health benefits
Health trends come and go, but one post-birth fad is gaining a foothold in the United States among some new mothers who extol the benefits of eating their own placentas.
Cholesterol no longer a concern: US experts
A warning against eating foods high in cholesterol is no longer included in the US government's draft dietary guidelines for Americans, representing a major shift in policy, officials said Thursday.
Drug-resistant malaria parasite spreading
Parasites resistant to the frontline malaria drug have spread westward from southeast Asia to just short of the Indian border -- a gateway to Africa, researchers warned Friday.
New HPV vaccine is more effective
A new vaccine against sexually transmitted human papillomavirus is more effective than the previous version and may protect against 90 percent of all cervical cancers worldwide, researchers said Wednesday.
Not all obese people prone to poor health: study
US scientists encouraged 20 obese people to eat extra fast food for several months, and found that about a quarter stayed in good health despite the additional pounds they gained.
Ebola vaccine promising in first human trials: NIH
Researchers say they are one step closer to developing an Ebola vaccine, with a Phase 1 trial showing promising results, but it will be months at the earliest before it can be used in the field.
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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Sara Virgadaula born 29 January
Happy birthday to my darling daughter Sara I hope you enjoy your wonderful day and my thoughts are with you today as always, with all my love dad big hugs xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx