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.
ISIS video claims beheading of US hostage Peter Kassig
Islamic State militants have reportedly beheaded US aid worker Peter Kassig, a video posted on social media shows.
Obama’s New Attorney General: Expect More of the Same by Barry Scott Sussman
President Obama has selected Loretta Lynch to replace outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder.
Diary on The Inside 3 - 16 October 2014 Part Forty Two By Giovanni Di Stefano
Friday 3 October 2014 - 06.04pm – Should I make a public statement to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi to free the hostages and if so which ones.
Holder’s Broad Review Excludes Prosecutors By Barry Scott Sussman
United States Attorney General Eric Holder has announced his intention to “broadly review” police tactics.
Diary on The Inside 15 - September - 2 October 2014 Part Forty One By Giovanni Di Stefano
Monday 15 September 2014 - 07.45 am – Last night I wrote to President Hassan Rouhani of Iran to release a British law student from Evin prison – now that is a really hard place and no place for a young 25 year old lady.
A whiff of hypocrisy? Lie Detectors: The system is wearing two faces by Giovanni Di Stefano
On hearing that lie detector tests are to be compulsory from October this year reminds me of the Polygraph test the prison service allowed me to conduct on behalf of my then Client Jeremy Bamber.
Was Mi6 Involved In A Series Of Murders That Lead To Jeremy Bamber Jailed For Life By Giovanni Di Stefano
Sixty years ago a Hillman saloon pulled off the N96 near the village of Lurs, about 75 miles from Aix.
Diary on The Inside 1 – 14 September 2014 Part Forty By Giovanni Di Stefano
Monday 1 September 2014 - 12.37pm – This morning went to work even though it is our so called ‘free time.’
Appeal To President Hassan Rouhani For The Release Of 25 Year Old Ghonchen Ghavami From Evin Prison, Iran By Giovanni Di Stefano
Giovanni Di Stefano asks for support of his appeal to President Hassan Rouhani for the release of 25 year old Ghonchen Ghavami from Evin prison, Iran.
The Blackmail of an American President By Giovanni Di Stefano and Caroline Bayford
Warren G. Harding was the 29th President of the United States of America between 1921–1923. He was born in 1865 a weak character throughout, dominated by his wife and mistress and manipulated by his corrupt friends.
‘Putin on our side’: Farage demands West work with Moscow to defeat ISIS
The West must desist from its staunch opposition to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s policy in Ukraine, and form an alliance with Moscow in order to defeat Islamic State (IS), UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader Nigel Farage has said.
Diary on The Inside 5 August – 31 August 2014 Part Thirty Nine By Giovanni Di Stefano
Tuesday 5 August 2014 - Please do excuse me for not writing this morning. Jeez? What is wrong with me? Excusing myself to a diary? Well, yes you see its part of me.
Federal Prosecutors Continue to Defy Holder by Barry Scott Sussman
Rule changes in any game can be problematic as they often inject a heightened sense of difficulty when measuring individual statistical achievements.
- PM’s anti-terror plans ‘not thought through’ – govt legal expert
- ‘Black lives matter’: Clashes as thousands of Londoners protest police racism (VIDEO)
- UKIP mistakes famous cathedral for mosque
- East London brothers jailed for attending terror training camp in Syria
- Cleveland cops shot boy holding air gun 2 seconds after arriving at scene (VIDEO)
- Fugitive terror suspect taunts ‘shoddy’ UK security services on Twitter
- British embassy vehicle hit in suicide attack in Kabul; at least five killed
- Man wanted in UK for child sex crimes arrested in Thailand
- #LondonToFerguson: Solidarity vigil at London US embassy targets police racism
- ‘Run, hide, tell’: London commuters told how to cope in ‘Mumbai-style’ terror attack
- Drunk honeymooner threatens to ‘kill everyone on board’ flight, causes emergency landing
- Doctor jailed for filming patients on toilet
- Tory ‘fraud’: Police launch probe into peer’s expense claims
- 'Just trying to do our jobs': Ruptly journalist arrested for covering Ferguson unrest
- Counter-terror bill published, slammed by civil liberty groups
- ‘I have clean conscience, did my job right’: Ferguson officer Wilson on Brown's death
- –52C in Siberia: Over 70 passengers 'push' frozen plane to runway (VIDEO)
- Home Secretary sees PM as ‘incompetent’, report alleges
- ‘Abused, tasered’: Watchdog says Met Police racially-profiled black firefighter
- Cashing in? Study shows lawyers find it hard to ‘do the right thing’
- Dewani honeymoon murder case decision delayed
- 'Woolwich murder could not have been prevented'- UK govt committee
- France postpones Mistral delivery to Russia over Ukraine 'until further notice'
- Guinea confirms theft of Ebola-infected blood
- UK approved Israeli arms deals worth £7mn in lead-up to Gaza conflict
- Yemen frees 8 hostages from Qaeda, including foreigner
- Serco renews Yarl’s Wood prison contract, govt overlooks sexual misconduct claims
- 15 trapped in deadly Cairo apartment block collapse
- From NYC to LA: Protesters flood streets in Ferguson verdict rage
- ‘Whispering lies’: Campaigners slam MI6 for UK citizen’s illegal 13 yr Guantánamo detention
- Terror attack on Britain ‘inevitable’ – senior counter-terrorism official
- ‘Vile and abusive’: Deal sees Google block trolling of UK businessman
- Libya owes UK £14mn for scrapped military training scheme
- Ransom payments banned under UK anti-terror laws
- National Health Service workers strike in pay battle
- US Defense Sec. stepping down under pressure - media reports
- Two Britons 'fighting alongside Kurds against IS group'
- Ohio police kill 12-year-old playing with toy gun
- UK police chief claims '4 or 5' terror plots foiled
- Australian mother charged after baby survives five days in drain
- Kids' crusade: ISIS abducting & indoctrinating children – UN
- British banker fit to stand trial in Hong Kong murders
- British-Iranian volleyball woman released on bail: brother
- British elite unit carrying out secret missions in Iraq, hundreds of ISIS militants killed
- Putin breaks silence on family to say daughters live in Russia
–52C in Siberia: Over 70 passengers 'push' frozen plane to runway (VIDEO)
Freezing temperatures didn’t stop intrepid passengers from “helping out” a Russian plane that couldn’t move, because its wheels were frozen to the ground.
France postpones Mistral delivery to Russia over Ukraine 'until further notice'
President Francois Hollande has decided to suspend delivery of the first Mistral-class ship to Russia "until further notice," citing the situation in Ukraine as the reason, media reported an Elysee Palace statement.
Putin breaks silence on family to say daughters live in Russia
Russian President Vladimir Putin, famously reticent about his private life, broke silence Sunday on the whereabouts of his two daughters, whose lives are a highly kept secret.
Russia won’t sever ties with Europe, but no business as usual – Lavrov
Russia and the EU are having a moment of truth focused in Ukraine. Moscow won’t be the one to break ties with Europe, but won't simply go back to how the things were before the crisis hit, said the Russian foreign minister.
Dutch teen in court after mum 'rescues' her from Islamic State
A blonde, blue-eyed Dutch teenager from a Catholic family who was rescued by her mother after marrying an Islamic State fighter in Syria is to appear in court Friday on terror charges.
Corks pop around the world as Beaujolais Nouveau arrives
Thousands of wine lovers braved the cold to get the first sip of this year's Beaujolais Nouveau in its home town as part of a time-honoured tradition to celebrate the arrival of the young French wine.
Villain or hero? Bats may be key to curing Ebola, scientists say
Bats are believed to be the origin of the deadly Ebola virus; they can carry rabies and over 100 other diseases, but they do not suffer from the viruses themselves.
Meet Yuka, age 39,000: Best-preserved mammoth ever found goes on display in Moscow (VIDEO)
An almost perfectly-preserved 39,000-year-old female mammoth has gone on display in Moscow, as scientists speculate on how the ancient creature died, and what she can reveal about the extinct species.
Obama admin withholding 2,100 US military torture photos
The Obama administration has blocked the public release of disturbing torture photos out of concern they would endanger US troops.
Gorbachev: Russia, West can find common language in shared challenges
Former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev has warned Western and Russian leaders against dragging the world into a new Cold War, adding that the two sides can find a common language through their shared challenges.
Rare comet fly-by of Mars on Sunday
A fast-moving comet is about to fly by Mars for a one-in-a-million-year encounter with the Red Planet, photographed and documented by a flurry of spacecraft, NASA said.
‘Bizarre’ Bible ban: Is Christianity declining in Britain?
Christianity is supposed to be Britain’s national religion. However, as RT’s Polly Boiko finds, recent census data and polls suggest the faith is in decline.
US sanctions against Russia is economic terrorism – Morales to RT
US sanctions against Russia can be considered as economic terrorism, said acting Bolivian President Evo Morales in an interview to RT. He also revealed his secret job aspiration.
'Life after death'? Scientists gather 'out-of-body' evidence in 'largest-ever' study
It seems that scientists have finally offered evidence that consciousness after death really could exist, as the largest-ever study into the issue showed that patients could recall intricate details despite being officially declared clinically dead.
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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