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Archives April 16, 2013 posted by

In olden days at least highway men wore masks

IN THE past, highwaymen used to rob the rich but made sure that their faces were covered.  In the case of Cyprus, Germany and the troika, presided over a robbery of billions of euros from private savers in order to save the euro for the umpteenth time.  

The deal offered to Cyprus is in fact a nasty and immoral political act, and the only thing it has achieved, besides bankrupting Cyprus, was to strike fear into the rest of the European countries because it established a precedent.  

After all if European Common Market Nations are willing to save their currency by committing such acts, why not repeat it next time, and for the same reason, in Spain, Italy and Greece? 

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Archives May 23, 2012 posted by

'Drugs Priest' pleads not guilty

A PRIEST, aged 37, who was caught with almost three kilos of cannabis at Larnaca airport in early April, yesterday pleaded not guilty to drug trafficking charges.

He was arriving from Athens when he was caught.

He is accused of illegal possession of cannabis with intent to supply, and conspiracy to traffic drugs. Although the priest previously admitted guilt, he yesterday pleaded not guilty. He faces trial on July 16.

A hearing will decide on bail. Previously the priest, father to a young child, had told the court that he had “made a mistake” because his wife was sick and was receiving treatment in Greece. 

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