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Thursday, 22 July 2010

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Has Al Gore lost it completely or what? After accusations from a masseuse in Portland, Oregon that is causing a police inspection, at first thought routine, now to move into it's third week after hearing more evidence, there has apparently been two more incidents with two other women.

The two alleged incidents had happened in the 2007-2008 period but the victims say they were afraid to come forward until the same thing happened to the lady in Portland.

Meanwhile, Al Gore hasn't even responded to the earlier charge.

Does he think he is above the law? Well, most politicians do, it seems so maybe he's only being his natural self.

The first of the new charges are from a lady in a Beverly Hills luxury hotel where Gore was attending the Oscars. That was during his "Film" stage with the global warming movie.

"The therapist claimed that when they were alone, Gore shrugged off a towel and stood naked in front of her." She took off and when told not to make trouble by a bodyguard, apparently got into her car and left.

The second incident happened in Tokyo, Japan with another masseuse. The police are talking to her there and will report to the police here when they are finished.

Stay tuned for more "Tiger Woods" type follow ups.

The most embarrassing thing about all this is that it has become apparent that Al Gore wants relief, but doesn't even know how to go about getting it.

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