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Sunday, 28 March 2010

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On his way to a Carribean offshore tax haven airport at the weekend...

Abu Dhabi - (Smoke 'N' Mirrors): Sources close to to Brunei slippery bastard Prince Jefri Archer have strenuously denied his former UAE business partner has done a runner.

But over $100 billion of the Abu Dhabi Embezzlement Authority's $400 billion coffers has vanished into thin heir along with the fund's CEO Shaikh Kamal Jokki.

Jefri notoriously stole $25 billion from Brunei's own sovereign wealth embezzlement fund and remains a fugitive from British justice where he is wanted for perjury, defamation and theft.

His some time partner, Jokki, 69, was last seen in the Caribbean boarding a single-engine Experimental Lancair IV-P airplane similar to one which accidentally landed on an unsuspecting Paris Hilton head Beach jogger two weeks ago.

In January this year the emirate of Dubai - Abu Dhabi's closest neighbor - was corralled into Chapter 11 bankruptcy after its daftass ruler Shaikh Mohammed McTomb-Raider's spectacular flop into near penury.

A huge bailout by the Abu Dhabi sovereign embezzlement fund may now be called into question as the shifting sands beneath the UAE's fabled wealth continue to go down the marine plug hole.

McTomb family racing jockey Frankie De Tory may soon be looking for a new job.

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