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Friday, 28 February 2014

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Members of the pope's notorious 'Babino Brothers' gang stalked Mayor Giuliani

New York - The hit was ordered just weeks after the two-bullet 'suicide' of ex-Rose Law Firm attorney Vince Foster whose body was found in a Fort Marcy Park, Virginia car lot in 1993.

This morning aides of ex-New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani recalled how the 'rat shot killing' of the Clinton's' former business partner sparked more assassinations fears as daft Polish former concentration camp guard Karol Wojtyla got close up and personal about being outed.

Giuliani had an awesome record as a former mob prosecutor having put away scores of NYC's Sicilian toe rags in thrall to the Roman papacy.

One night when he was dining at an East Hampton, Long Island Big Oil couple's mansion Giuliani's hosts remarked how a commemorative religious medallion the mayor was wearing 'looked oddly like a tracking device'.

"That's what sparked a massive hunt for Pope JP2's hit and run driver," former mayoral diary secretary Orville Lemmins commented, "subsequently convicted of receiving a $800,000 fee to rub out New York's crime-busting CEO."

A spate of related arrests netted all 120 Pope-hired sleepers who awaited orders for their future assignments while running 'legit' NYC gellaterias and pizza parlors.

However a former Clinton pool boy is sill on the run.

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