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Tuesday, 20 July 2010

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Up for an ass-grilling with the US Senators today

Washington AC/DC - (Whitewash News): A $3 million bung stashed away in Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed Al Megrahi's secret Swiss bank account is top of the Senators' talks agenda today.

The meeting will quiz Prime Monster David Cameron on British intelligence cover-ups.

These allege that Al Megrahi's funds were laundered via a convoluted network of Arabian Gulf offshore tax havens sourced to failed 1990s Asian bank BCCI.

The origin of the payment is believed to be the same BP 'dirty tricks' slush fund that bankrolled the $50 million royal wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Di.

Principal signatories on the master account were traced to a shadowy Belize shop front used by former BP subsidiary director Sir Denis Thatcher and his son Mark.

BP is known to have had a 5% stake in BCCI's ultimate parent company which had been based in the Netherlands Antilles.

The bank's structure was shrouded in secrecy until its founder and principal shareholder - Pakistani Mr Fix-it Agha Hassan Abedi - was busted in the USA for fraud, embezzlement, corruption, moneylaundering, conspiracy and obstruction of justice.

And the man who finally nailed the corrupt-as-hell bank's ass was legendary Lower Manhattan Attorney Robert Morgenthau.

Last month US President Barack Obama hinted broadly that senior BP executives 'had been up to their asses' in cover-ups linked to the 9/11 atrocity.

Chelsea Clinton's 31st July wedding to Marc Mezvinsky-Lewinsky has been insured against potential fuck-ups for $25 million.

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