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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
Call for the posthumous pardon of HRH King Charles Stuart I

Further to our article published on the 16 September 2022 Legitimate push to pardon Charles I should now be a priority for the government. OPC Global News and Media publish the Call for the posthumous pardon of HRH King Charles Stuart I that has been sent to Queen Margrethe of Denmark, Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark, Brandon Lewis MP, and Keith Brown Justice Minister for Scotland.

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Legitimate push to pardon Charles I should now be a priority for the government? By Caroline A Bayford

Over 400 years ago King Charles II was crowned King. He was very much a promiscuous person who had more than 13 illegitimate children, yet, ironically, had no children with his wife Queen Catherine of Braganza. It is said that the Royal lineage with Prince William and Prince Harry’s mother, the late Princess Diana Spencer, could be traced to King Charles II.

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Exclusive: Murder Most Foul And The Truth Behind The Downing Of Swissair 111 – A Lucky Escape For One – Giovanni Di Stefano

On 2 September 1998, Swissair Flight 111 departed New York, United States of America, at 20:18, on a scheduled flight to Geneva, Switzerland, with 215 passengers and 14 crew members on board. Some 53 minutes later, the flight crew smelled an abnormal odour in the cockpit. Their attention was then drawn to an unspecified area behind and above them, and they began to investigate the source. Whatever they saw initially was shortly, thereafter, no longer perceived to be visible.

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Secrets From The Grave Reveal Provisional IRA Did Not Murder Lord Mountbatten

History says on that the 27th August 1979 the provisional IRA ‘carried out’ two attacks, both North and South of the border, which would be etched into the history books as the day that left 18 British Army personnel dead and the Queen’s cousin assassinated. Lord Mountbatten was the grandson of Queen Victoria, one time commander of the Allied Forces in First Sea Lord, retired Admiral of the Fleet, and the last Viceroy of India and Earl of Burma.

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