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Monday, 23 March 2009

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The game is up for Madoff, Silverstein, Lowy and Pataki

New York - (Al Qaeda? Al Schmaida! Ass Mess): George Pataki your fetid thieving lying ass is in a sling along with 9/11 World Trade Centre developers Larry Silverstein and Frank Lowy.

That is the Feds' damning indictment of Ponzi scam fraudster Bernard Madoff's money dealing charades.

This week FBI sleuths uncovered a $500 million trail of Madoff-stolen client funds laundered to two of George W Bush's closest sleeping partner accomplices in Enron scam forerunner Arbusto Oil, Silverstein and Lowy.

And ex-New York Governor Pataki's role in all this?

"He greased the palms that helped make a multi-billion insurance payout killing for Silverstein and Lowy," an FBI source commented today.

As Governor he created the WTC 'privatization' - a simple landgrab theft - after an outright sale of the multi-billion property site was considered too 'complex'.

"Pataki damned well knew that the NY Port Authority's ownershio of the site was a dud," the FBI source added, "so he created a brand new investment vehicle for it in the form of a new 99-year lease.

"The rest is hystery."

Silverstein and Lowy won a $4.577 billion insurance payout after the 9/11 attack after Pataki 'persuaded' the courts that a double payout reflected the 'two' attacks on the site by Al Qaeda.

Frank Lowy is Queen Elizabeth's bastard half brother.

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