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Sunday, 24 February 2013

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Sleazy gropings: Victor 'Renard' Zokas had a bullet lodged in his brain

London - Lord Rennard, alleged groper of women and Glib Dem peer, is distancing himself tonight from comparison with his celluloid namesake, an ex-KGB Soviet terrorist/kidnapper/hired killer from the 1999 James Bond movie 'The World Is Not Enough'.

Mad-as-a-hatter ex-KGB thug Victor Zokas - aka Renard - is one of the movie's two main protagonists involved in trying to rub out Pierce Brosnan's MI6 007 agent.

He feels no pain and has super-human strength due to a bullet lodged inside his brain that's re-wiring his entire metabolism.

Baron Rennard meanwhile is a Scouser gofer for the Liberal Party and chair of the coalition government's Big Society obesity debate on how to treat lardarses within the NHS.

Commenting on the mix-up of the two fox-related names LibDem leader Nick Clegg said, "Welcome to my nuclear family, there's no point in living if you can't feel alive."


Soviet terrorist, Elektra's kidnapper and her father's killer. He is also Elektra's lover.

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