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Sunday, 10 October 2010

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Conspiracy theories: you couldn't make it up if you tried

London - (Art of Camouflage News): Upmarket blemish concealer or spot-of-bother treatment cover-up goo?

Police refuse to be drawn about some very expensive 'Heal 'N' Conceal' professional foundation itemised on a £90 make-up receipt found in Dr Gareth Williams' Pimlico flat.

UK red top reports this weekend (groan!) hinted that it's a specialist product made popular by the 'How To Look Good Nekkid' TV show.

They also speculate that cops' analysis of a London store's beauty counter CCTV footage has identified someone with serious interest in difficult camouflage treatments.

"Apparently the stuff hides acne, dark spots, scars and bruises," a Sunday Smearer editorial commented today, "and it's from the Mucks Factor sports products range."

The Williams investigation continues to be shrouded in mystery with conspiracy websites reporting unprecedented business.

Online spread betting site Aintgottaprayer.con blames the Druids.

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Topics: Gareth Williams

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