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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by denislawsbackheel, 10 Aug 2019.
All that's happened is that it's made Johnson's unregistered conflict of interest disappear in the noise. The Tories must be delighted.
Cheers PF. I haven't watched the interview. Wouldn't surprise me if Ghislaine Maxwell had done a deal back then and when everything Epstein and his cronies had done had come to roost she's effed off somewhere
Quite an achievement to be 'dropped' by Standard Charter, one of the worlds foremost money launderers, because they fear you'll taint their public image!
She was his madam, the one who got the girls for him. She will be on a boat somewhere for the next couple of years being off the grid, vile bitch.
How far back are the logs held for?
Be surprising if they weren't stored electronically and, given the profile of the royal family, if they weren't kept indefinitely. Regardless of records, if you're halfway through a Sloppy Giuseppe and Prince Andrew walks in with one of his kids and a very obvious security presence and grabs a table and a menu the chances are it'll stick in your memory.
It was 2001 a lot less was stored electronically then. Personally I don't think the question is whether or not he went for the Pizza but what he did after which is why the log would be useful.
As an alibi the pizza is about as useful as saying I didn't have lunch because I had a shower that morning and I don't lunch when I shower.
No doubt the establishment will close ranks, the press will give up on it, and gradually it'll be forgotten.
I agree , but would be interested in how long they store the logs out of curiosity because if they do store them that long and the log states he did not go to Tramps or Maxwells house it establishes his story . If they are kept that long and he hasn't used them it casts even more doubt.