Conspiracy Nation -- Vol. 7 Num. 13

("Quid coniuratio est?")


From bigred@duracef.shout.netWed Feb 7 09:04:12 1996
Date: Wed, 7 Feb 1996 09:03:28 -0600 (CST)
From: Brian Redman <>
To: Xxxx Xxxxx <>
Subject: Re: BCCI bribes list

On Tue, 6 Feb 1996, Xxxx Xxxxx wrote:

> Do you know if the full list of names of officials bribed by BCCI, the
> list that Sherman Skolnick claims was a public record at the Bank of
> England for 30 days in 1991, has ever been published anywhere, either
> electronically or on paper? I have done extensive electronic searches of
> the Internet and (through a friend) of library sources, and I cannot
> even find mention of such a list, much less the list itself, except in
> the writings of Skolnick. Thanks for any light you can shed on this.

The key factor in this, one which I have re-iterated to one other questioner, is that this list's being public for 30 days WAS A FLUKE


That is the KEY factor here. The list was NOT meant to be made public, but somebody goofed and it was publicly available for 30 days.

Besides Skolnick, Orlin Grabbe has said he's seen the list.

Anyway, it's no wonder that you cannot find the list now in your searches, since when the error was discovered (as to the list being accidentally made public) it was immediately buried. That list is so buried now that you'd need dynamite and backhoes to get at it.

Note: "dynamite" above is meant figuratively and not literally. I am not advocating the use of dynamite.

Brian Redman
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