Monday, July 07, 2008

Britian's "Top Spy" Alex Allan Found "Covered with Blood"

"Outside Buckingham Palace, a hushed and cowering humanity is scanning the horizon and waiting for Ward Churchill and his trusted Indian friend Mean Russell to come galloping over the ridge and speak truth to power about 342 unexplained GOON murders!"---unidentified Whitehall sources

The Daily Mail (7-6-08) reports that Britain's unconventional top spy Alex Allan is still comatose and hospitalized under a police guard because he caught pneumonia.

Mr. Allen is shown in happier days (above) making a splash in the 1980s when he attempted to wind-surf to work to get around a train strike and ended up in the Thames.

According to the London tabloids, Dominique Salm, an attractive young artist who uses the artist studio of Allan's late wife, reportedly found him "covered in blood."

Some British newspapers have speculated that Alex Allan may have been poisoned by Al-Qaeda or the Russians. See my earlier post here. Others cite unidentified government sources who say that Mr. Allan has pneumonia or that he may have been depressed by the November loss of his wife and taken an overdose.

I don't know what happened to the handsome Mr. Allen, of course, but I would not put anything past the Russians. Russian "diplomats" are acting like GOONs in Washington, and the Kremlin's more irritating critics seem to get shot, fall ill with mysterious illnesses, and die of unexplained allergic reactions or radiation sickness with some regularity these days.

Last year, the former Russian intelligence agent Alexander Litvinenko died horribly after he was poisoned with polonium in London; and Paul Joyal, a former chief of security for the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, was shot by two GOONs in his Maryland drivway. The shooting has never been solved.

Speaking on Dateline on February 25, 2007, Mr. Joyal said of Litvinenko's murder:

"A message has been communicated to anyone who wants to speak out against the Kremlin: 'If you do, no matter who you are, where you are, we will find you and we will silence you — in the most horrible way possible."

Russia expert Glen Howard, president of the Jamestown Foundation, claimed that a Russan GOON recently showed up at his office and “refused to leave” until security was alerted:

“It’s part of a whole chain of events,” Howard said. Since Putin has been in power, Russian diplomats in Washington have increasingly been exhibiting “thuggish” behavior in response to the foundation’s activity and criticism of Russian policies in Chechnya and rest of the North Caucasus.

Anna Politkovskaya was gunned down on October 7, 2006, Putin's 54th birthday; and we have just "celebrated" the five-year anniversary of Yury Shchekochikhin's unexplained death-by-allergy, reportedly shortly before he was planning to travel to the U.S. to testify in the Bank of New York money-laundering case.

And still there is no sign of Ward Churchill galloping over the ridge and speaking truth to power about 342 unexplained GOON murders! No doubt the Dune Buggy Attack Battalion (DBAB) is garaged due to high gas prices.

Regarding the comatose Alex Allan, the Daily Mail claims:

Whitehall sources insisted yesterday there was no evidence of foul play - and blamed his collapse on pneumonia. But this does not chime with Miss Salm's account of what she found.

Experts say pneumonia sufferers may cough up some blood but rarely large amounts. Miss Salm's account of the events is likely to fuel speculation over whether Mr Allan was a target for foreign agents.

Meanwhile her mother, Sally Ann Salm, added to the intrigue by declaring: 'Some very serious people have asked Dominique not to comment on any of this until it has been fully investigated and she is doing just that. So am I.'

...Last night a Whitehall source said: 'There is nothing to suggest this is anything other than a tragic illness.'

A police source said that officers had examined the circumstances in which Mr Allan was found and 'quickly established there were no indications of anything suspicious'.

He added: 'Because he is a person of significance, investigators made sure nothing untoward had occurred. But it was quickly established there was a medical reason for how he was found. He is being treated as a medical patient not the victim of any kind of poisoning or other attempt on his life.'

Dr Keith Prowse, chairman of the British Lung Foundation, said it was not unusual for someone of Mr Allan's age and lifestyle to succumb to pneumonia. But pneumonia alone would not have produced much blood.


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