Diary on The Inside 3 December – 21 December 2014 Part Forty Five By Giovanni Di Stefano
Wednesday 3 December 2014 - 01.35pm – Now these two stories in The Sun are most interesting. The series of strange noises on Saturday night may well just be a small piece in the paper but, nonetheless, it is enough to cause the major newspapers to give it some ‘space.’
New Phony Terror Case Follows Well Worn Path By Barry Scott Sussman
On January 14, 2015, a variety of news organizations trumpeted the latest “victory” in the war on terror. “Ohio Man Arrested for Alleged ISIS-Inspired Plot on US Capitol, FBI Says” proclaimed one headline,” typical of what was being reported by U.S. news organizations.
March for Unity: Over 40 world leaders, 'up to 3mn' rally in Paris against extremism
Up to three million, according to local media estimates, are marching through Paris in solidarity with the 17 victims of the Charlie Hebdo attack and the three-day-long period of terror attacks. Over 40 world leaders joined the “cry for freedom” rally.
MH370, MH17, And Now Airasia Flight 8501…..Is Malaysia Being Targeted?
The disappearance of the Malaysian owned AirAsia Flight 8501 on 28th December 2014, in the same year that Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 mysteriously disappeared, and in the same year that Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 was shot down over Ukraine raises the realistic possibility that Malaysia is being targeted by the Globalists.
Diary on The Inside 10 November - 2 December 2014 Part Forty Four By Giovanni Di Stefano
Monday 10 November 2014 - 07.45am – The reason why TV shows like Downton Abbey work, and attract viewers, is because they rely on acting and not computer generated stunts.
The Taste Of The Profumo Affair
Six people attended the funeral of Stephen Ward in August 1963: members of his family, his girlfriend and his solicitor.
Rice-Davies, key figure in British Profumo sex scandal, dies
Mandy Rice-Davies, a central figure in the Profumo affair that scandalised 1960s Britain and almost brought down the government, has died of cancer at the age of 70, it was announced on Friday.
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.
Rangers Football Club: Statement from Giovanni Di Stefano
Further to the anticipated legal developments by the arrest of those accused of fraud on Rangers Football Club I call upon the Scottish F.A. to carefully vet Administrators dealing with Football Clubs that have financial problems.
Hollywood Hunk In Lord Lucan Murder Mystery By A Crime Writer With Giovanni Di Stefano
When Nanny Sandra Rivett was battered to death in the home of the Earl and Countess of Lucan – Lord Lucan’s conviction for her savage murder sent shock waves through London’s aristocracy.
Letter from the Inside 2 December 2014 by Giovanni Di Stefano
The other Sunday and don’t ask me why, I was thinking about people convicted on solely an eye witness. Oh yes how very developed we have become and today a person can be convicted on the sole testimony of one person.
Police Enabled by Prosecutors in Systematic Abuse by Barry Scott Sussman
The American criminal justice system currently holds the world’s largest population of incarcerated people, approximately 2.3 million at last count.
Diary on The Inside 17 October – 9 November 2014 Part Forty Three By Giovanni Di Stefano
Friday 17 October 2014 08.02am – Yet again did not sleep until after midnight - damn it. Must try and get back to normality and sleep by 11pm!
If Only Darren Wilson Were a Ham Sandwich by Barry Scott Sussman
Prosecutors in the U.S. routinely brag about being able to indict a “ham sandwich,” so the failure of a St. Louis County grand jury to indict Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson begs some puzzling question and reveals quite a bit about what passes for justice in America.
Appeal For The Compassionate Release Of Tariq Aziz To The Iraqi Government By Giovanni Di Stefano and Caroline Bayford
Giovanni Di Stefano who represented a number of the ex-Iraqi Regime, appeals to the new Iraqi Government yet again, for the compassionate release of Tariq Aziz.
Boko Haram repelled from key Nigerian city of Maiduguri
After fierce fighting Sunday between Nigerian troops and Islamic militant group Boko Haram, the city of Maiduguri reached an uneasy calm Monday, though the threat of further attacks is never far away.
IS group loses ground in Syria, Iraq
Kurdish fighters have expelled Islamic State group militants from inside the Syrian border town of Kobane, a monitor said Monday, dealing a key symbolic blow to the jihadists' ambitions.
Egyptian doctor convicted in female genital mutilation case
An Egyptian appeals court on Monday convicted a doctor of manslaughter for performing female genital mutilation that led to the death of a 13-year-old girl, sentencing him to two years and three months in prison, defense lawyers said.
Israel's 'shame': Holocaust survivors living in poverty
Seventy years after the Red Army liberated the Nazi death camp of Auschwitz, the enduring suffering of Holocaust survivors continues to haunt Israel, where a quarter of the country’s 200,000 survivors of the genocide live in poverty.
Japan will ‘do its utmost’ to release IS group hostage
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Sunday that Japan would "do its utmost" to secure the release of a second hostage held by the Islamic State group after an online video purportedly showed the death of another captive.
Italian prosecutors demand 26 years in jail for Concordia captain
Italian prosecutors called Monday for Francesco Schettino, the captain of the doomed Costa Concordia cruise liner, to serve 26 years and three months in jail for the 2012 shipwreck which left 32 people dead.
Greeks go to polls in critical snap general election
Greeks began voting Sunday in a general election crucial for the country’s financial future, with the radical left Syriza party tipped as the favourite to win.
Head of US state media put RT on same challenge list as ISIS, Boko Haram
Newly-appointed chief of US Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG), Andrew Lack, has named RT one of the agency’s main challenges alongside extremist groups like the Islamic State and Boko Haram.
Paris gunman Coulibaly buried near capital
One of the three jihadist gunmen who waged attacks in Paris this month was buried Friday near the capital, police sources said, after his country of origin Mali refused to accept his body.
Anti-Muslim acts soar in France since Paris attacks
The number of anti-Muslim incidents in France has soared since the Paris attacks, with 128 such acts registered over two weeks, almost the same amount as all 2014, a watchdog said Friday.
Auschwitz survivors relive atrocities, 70 years on
The piercing screams of a woman electrocuted on a barbed wire fence, children sent to the gas chambers and the constant threat of death: Auschwitz survivors recall life in the world's most notorious death camp with remarkable clarity.
Tribute From "Just Carmen' for Italian Artist Pino Daniele who died 6 January 2015
Italian singer, songwriter and guitarist Pino Daniele, whose fusion of blues, jazz, rock and traditional Neapolitan music was heavily inspired by both the beauty and ugliness of his native Naples, has died. He was 59.
‘CIA killed prisoners, made it look like suicide’ – Guantanamo guard
A former Guantanamo Bay prison guard and Marine explained in details what makes him believe three problematic detainees were killed at CIA black site in Guantanomo and their death was covered up as a triple suicide.
SpaceX launches cargo to ISS, rocket on recycle test
SpaceX on Saturday blasted off its Falcon 9 rocket on an historic recycling mission, after propelling the Dragon cargo ship toward the International Space Station.
Eight new planets found in ‘Goldilocks' zone, 2 hailed as 'most Earth-like'
Astronomers have discovered eight new planets in the so-called "Goldilocks" habitable zone, orbiting at a distance where liquid water, and possibly life, can exist. Two planets are said to be the most similar to Earth of any known exoplanets to date.
Brent oil collapses below $50 first time since 2009
Brent crude oil has fallen below $50 per barrel on the London Stock Exchange - the lowest plunge since the dark days of the 2008 financial crisis.
Report from Kobane: Love in the age of ISIS
Mohammed A. Salih reports from inside the Syrian town of Kobane on what life is like for some of the few residents who have stayed behind despite a months-long siege by Islamic State (IS) group militants, also known as ISIS or ISIL.
‘Scathing’: Clamor grows for Iraq war inquiry redactions from senior Whitehall figures
Draft reports of a public inquiry into the UK's 2003 Iraq war have rattled Britain’s establishment, with senior Whitehall figures battling to sanitize its findings.
Gitmo victim: ‘Ticking time bomb intel is falsity, people say anything to stop torture’
Former Bagram and Guantanamo detainee Moazzam Begg, who was subject to abuse and mentioned in the Senate committee report, dismissed claims that CIA torture could be justified, sharing his own experience with RT.
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.
Apple, Facebook woo women to stay at work by paying for egg-freezing
In the male-dominated high-tech field, industry giants Facebook and Apple have created a new perk which they say will keep women on the job and allow them to excel.
World first: Swedish woman gives birth after womb transplant
A Swedish woman with a womb transplant has become the first in the world to give birth. Considered a breakthrough in infertility treatment, it gives hope of having a baby to thousands of women without a uterus.
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.
Carbs more harmful than saturated fats: study
Long-derided saturated fats -- associated with an array of health problems such as heart disease -- caught a break when research revealed their intake could be doubled or even nearly tripled without driving up their level in a person's blood.
Gene link to seizures in children after MMR vaccine
Scientists in Denmark said Sunday they had found genetic clues to explain why a small number of children have febrile seizures -- brief convulsions -- after receiving the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine
Cocoa clue to reversing memory loss
Bioactive ingredients found in cocoa sharply reversed age-related memory decline in a group of volunteers, scientists reported on Sunday.
Ebola vaccine doses could reach Africa by mid-2015: WHO
Ebola vaccine trials could start in west Africa in December, with hundreds of thousands of doses potentially being rolled out by mid-2015, the World Health Organization said Friday.
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.
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.
Baltimore's 'arabbers' keep horse-cart vending alive
On a crisp cool autumn day in inner-city Baltimore, Yusuf "BJ" Abdullah guides his colorful horse-drawn produce cart into Orchard Street and Jerry "Lawlaw" Powell raises his voice to rustle up some customers.
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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Milan Rajacic born 17 December
Happy birthday to my son Milan my thoughts are with you today much love dad xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx