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Will The 1984 Unsolved Murder of Janice Weston Ever be Resolved? By Giovanni Di Stefano and Caroline Bayford Con Man Francesco Ventimiglia’s Fraudulent Scheme Unravelled Special Investigation by the Chief Crime Division of OPC HIN Exclusive: The Israel/Palestine Interview with Giovanni Di Stefano Lord Haw Haw the American Traitor WWII docufiction under development Riddle Of A Royal Liaison And The Bank Robbery Connection by Giovanni Di Stefano
Inserts from Giovanni Di Stefano’s Diary 10 – 11 October 2017 Regarding The Weinstein Scandal

Tuesday 10 October 2017 07.48am – I have known Harvey Weinstein since 1989 when I became CEO at MGM-Pathé Communications Corp owners of MGM/UA. I always liked him and I thought his main love was not women or movies but boxing. He had photos of boxers all over his office. What he has done is without excuse and has paid the price for it. Given in the 80s it was a man’s world in Hollywood. The greatest sexual predator of…

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Menendez Trial Begins with Ambitious Allegations – Barry Scott Sussman

A leaderless Newark, New Jersey United States attorney’s office kicked off its fall season on September 6th with the trial of US Senator Robert Menendez.  Menendez, 63, is charged with accepting questionable campaign donations and gifts from co-defendant Salomon Melgen in exchange for lobbying on the wealthy Florida ophthalmologist’s behalf.

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Betterment or Punishment: Icelandic law contains no reference to betterment – Birna Stefánsdóttir and Áróra Einarsdóttir

The situation of prisoners in Icelandic prisons has been under much discussion lately. We read stories about white-collar criminals serving their sentence in single-family houses at Kvíabryggja, hear that prisoners can surf the internet at will and even serve long sentences outside prison. Is this the reality of Icelandic prisoners?   Kvíabryggja prison  A great awakening as to if it is not high time to approach imprisonment as betterment rather than punishment has begun. Most of our neighbour countries…

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