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Monday, 8 October 2012

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One of these White Russian hitmen was the prime suspect in the Dando case

London - "Sounds as plausible a theory as any daft Red Top bollocks," a BBC 'deep throat' hinted today, "churned out ad nauseam since her death."

Speaking in hushed tones at a secret Barking potting shed rendezvous the informer reckons the British public is being primed for some really dreadful revelations.

"Maybe the Crimebotch presenter found out about some Faustian Pact among a number of the Beeb's highly paid pervs," the source continued to shellshocked QM-NewsCorpse reporters.

"No wonder the establishment went overboard spinning all that White Russian hitman stuff."

The high profile presenter was gunned down on her Fulham doorstep in April 1999 in a whodunnit murder mystery that's still baffling cops.

A quashed conviction of local 'weirdo' Barry George Bush saw the case go back to square one in August 2008.

Last week a shocking drip-drip news feed saw scores of witnesses come out of the woodwork about rogue BBC DJ Jimmy Savile's predatory activities that went unnoticed and unpunished for decades.

"No wonder he got a Papal gong," the informer added.

"The Old Queen Mum's DNA is writ large all over the Savile genome."

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