In 1999 BBC Crimewatch presenter Jill Dando was seemingly assassinated on her doorstep by an unknown assailant. With one suspect, Barry George being falsely convicted of the murder (later cleared) the case look unlikely to ever being solved – that is until today.
After an extensive and thoroughly penetrative investigation by the Daily Bale, we can categorically say that we have collated enough evidence to reveal what really did happen that evening in 1999 and more importantly why?
Jill Dando had been working to expose a prolific Left-Wing paedophile ring at the heart of the establishment since approximately 1992 when she was handed a dossier of evidence by an unknown informant. Over time, a new dossier was constructed by Dando that placed hard evidence against the BBC and mainstream political establishment.
The dossier created by Dando was handed in to BBC producer Steve Marks on the 20th April, 1999 – just a few days before Jill was assassinated.
Steve Marks has been given a false identity to protect him but it was Marks who contacted the Daily Bale with this new evidence and what we saw utterly stunned us.
Jill Dando had linked the Labour Party directly with paedophillia and managed to expose Labour’s connections with PIE from the 1970s onwards. In 1997, Tony Blair took office as Prime Minister and by the time Dando had constructed the dossier there was an overwhelming Labour control of Great Britain
Popular DJ and well respected legend, Sir Jimmy Saville who had came out in support of Labour in 1997 had been named directly in Dando’s dossier as one of the main ‘instruments’ operating within the paedophilic establishment ring.
In comes Sir Cliff Richard (Notice the reoccurring theme with the knighthood) who attempted to mediate between both Tony Blair and Jill Dando during a time of potential exposure for the Labour Party. Richard would negotiate with Blair about terms and conditions for what would become known as the LabourPhile Club.
In 1999, just 2 days before the murder of Jill Dando – Tony Blair and Sir Cliff Richard had a meeting. Cliff had threatened to throw the book at tony and expose the sickening Paedophile ring operating within the political establishment. Tony Blair refused to do business with Richard and threatened to ‘ruin’ his career by stopping popular Radio Stations from playing his music.
Richard soon left for denver whilst Blair was free to continue running the Labourphile Club from the confides of his berkshire manor house.
After Tony Blair decided that the term ‘Labourphile’ was far too blatantly obvious, he ordered the creation of a new Labour antifascist group – Hope not Hate was born.
On the night of april 26th, a Left-Wing politically correct parasite by the name of Denis Laurwson walked up to Dando and held a gun to her head on the porch of her house. This assassin was indeed sent from new Labour organisation Hope not Hate and they had carefully planned out this attack on Dando.
Indeed, Hope not Hate is today still in full operation and is known by many as ‘Labour’s dirty tricks department’. Many celebrities that Dando named in her initial Labourphile report have since came out in support of Hope not Hate and fully back the group’s flaccid founder, Nick Lowles.
So to assume that Hope not Hate was indeed behind the murder of Jill Dando in 1999 is entirely a legitimate and rational course of action. This of course no doubt would have been directly ordered by Tony Blair himself who is alleged to have had a homosexual affair with the group’s founder in may of 1997.
Although entirely speculational and incredibly fabricated and false in accusation, we can indeed assume through freedom of speech that Hope not Hate has blood on it’s hands through a dossier handed to BALE on sunday correspondent Peter Callaghan.
The Jury is well and truly out on this one, the evidence has been pieced together and an informative and intellectual summery of events has been offered – Did the Labour Party and Hope not Hate kill Jill?
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