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Flashback 1991: South Africa David Cameron and the missing nukes
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[quote:NSF001:MV8yMzAyMDQ5XzM5NjUzMzM0XzM5MDgzNkI1] I wouldn't normally do this, but I'm shinning it. My head is fucked from reading all of this. The way I see it, either this is a massive con or it's the biggest story never reported. related-ish: http://eyreinternational.wordpress.com/tag/gordon-bowden/ For a while eyreinternational (Peter Eyre) and a guest writer (Gordon Bowden) were attacking the original source but they still run with her stories and claim to have copies of the documents that were seized in a police raid. The paletelegraph ran a story based on their assertions but since retraced it and apologized to Ms Davison. I'm so confused. Halp. [/quote]
Anybody know the story here? Apparently Cameron, Bliar and others profited of this personally.
I read that one of them made it's way to the Norks and was actually the missile they tested in 2009 and the other two are AWOL.
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