Jonathan Wendland Posted March 13, 2005 Share Posted March 13, 2005 I never post anything in all capital letters. The person who accused me of that cannot distinguish "e" from "E." Evidence of Mark Chapman's participation in a conspiracy warrants a background check of Michael Abram, the Liverpool man who stabbed George Harrison in 1999. Thames River Police announced upon arresting Mr. Abram that he had been a heroin addict for 15 years. That means he acquainted himself with drug dealers in 1984. That same year the perennial American presidential contender Lyndon LaRouche accused Queen Elizabeth II of selling narcotics internationally. He repeated the accusation for many years. If you find his "Badass Liz theory" silly, then you'll have to contend with the many erudite theories Mr. LaRouche proposes in his Executive Intelligence Review: This Man Accused Queen Elizabeth Of Selling Narcotics Globally If Queen Elizabeth II sold narcotics while Michael Abram was using them, then she put him up to stabbing George Harrison. She didn't want to waste her time explaining why she had knighted Paul McCartney but not George Harrison. She doesn't have to worry about the issue now that tobacco manufacturers have eliminated the Quiet Beatle. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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