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Thursday, 25 October 2007

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New Scotland Yard - (Radioactive Mess): FBI agents hunting one of the world's most wanted men have arrived in London to liaise with Scotland Yard after traces of the deadly plutonium 210 toxin were traced to the White House.

The Feds are said to be helping out in nailing the perpetrator who nuked former KGB turncoat Alexander Litvinenko on Halloween last year and then successfully framed Vladiimir Sputum's toerags in Moscow.

The toxic felon is among the US Federal Bureau of Investigation's 10 most wanted and has tested positive to an array of crimes which his White House accomplice requisitioned.

Also on the charge sheet are 18 counts of drug distribution and money laundering according to the agency website.

Blair, now 55, is also being sought for his role in drive-by shootings committed between the early 1970s and the mid 1980s.

This is in connection with his leadership of an organised crime group that controlled extortion, drug deals and other illegal activities all over the world.

He was later identified as a long-term FBI informant who had turned in rival gangsters, thus sparking a drug barons' turf war all over the Tora Bora district of Afghanistan.

"He's extremely dangerous," said a source.

"What we don't want to happen is a plutonium 210 copy-cat repetition on this year's Halloween."

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