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Wednesday, 30 June 2004

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(Washington DC, Wednesday 30 June) Diplomatic sources close to the Russian embassy in the US were tonight frantically examining damage limitation initiatives following revelations by former Mossad spy Mordechai Vanunu that he is being targeted by former officials in the Clinton administration for publishing DNA data online "that could wreck US Democrats' election hopes" in November this year.

Specifically, Vanunu says that the Republican elder statesman Henry Kissinger is really none other than World War II mass murderer and sex fiend John Yohanssen and that former President Bill Clinton is his son Paul. The allegations are laid bare in his new website which is available in Farsi, Mandarin and Irish. [Subscriptions accessible via PayPal].

Further, Vanunu states that ex-Assistant Secretary of State James Rubin is personally responsible for a campaign of disinformation to bury this data which could damage his chances of running for Vice President to John Kerry in the forthcoming 2004 dream ticket, and force Hillary Clinton to step down from her pedestal in the Senate.

Vanunu states that US Justice Department gagging orders have ensured that this information has stayed locked up in Official State Secrets files so as not to compromise secretive deals struck with Nancy Reagan over the late husband's pederastic track record.

"Just ask Marlon Brando if you want a second opinion", states Vanunu. "His attorneys have the whole thing on video."

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