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Sunday, 20 January 2008

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London - (Bad Ass Mess): Fundamentalist religious cover-up cult Opus Dei is under investigation following reports it is financing a new trial by tabloid campaign in the McCann case.

The shadowy organization is listed by the UN Security Council alongside Scientology and the Children of God molestor cult as one of the world's top ten mind-control groups with connections to the Northern Crock Bank.

It is also linked to current CIA reports about the ID of the mastermind behind an international computer hacking gang running massive extortion plots by threatening to sabotage electricity supplies of cities such as New York, London, Paris, Rome and Moscow.

This weekend the Sunday Tosser published pictures of an alleged monster living under an official witness protection program ID who was seen in Portugal's Algarve holiday resort area some time last year.

"His fingerprints and DNA are all over the place," the paper claimed.

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