Reginald Barrington wrote:
No names, no sources, no confirmations and misquotes from WGS, must be true and it fits the conspiracy theory! Case closed good work granny!
'Misquotes'? How could I possibly misquote when I didn't quote in the first place? A problem with logic there, RB. And, besides, anyone can check my summary
against the link.
As for 'no names, no sources, no confirmations', well you'll be used to that from, among others, Frank Gardner and Dominic Casciani at the BBC and Luke Harding at the Guardian.
I don't do conspiracies, but I don't swallow lines. I do like evidence and facts. Are you the narrative control police?