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Wednesday, 14 November 2012

Family Album, ooh I've lost count...


Yes, it's 1970, Pete has grown his hair long and is about to get expelled for the trouble. Why should I? Fuck you! The Economist has some random story about Vietnam, but the Sun on the right has a headline about Muriel McKay

"..the wife of Rupert Murdoch's deputy, Alick McKay, was kidnapped and killed. In a bungled extortion attempt Arthur and Nizamodeen Hosein thought they had taken Mr Murdoch's then wife Anna.

Mrs McKay's body was never discovered, but it was suspected she was fed to pigs on a Hertfordshire farm owned by the brothers."



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