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Bribes paid for Corsi to escape from Kenya

LONDON – Bribes totaling thousands of dollars were paid to facilitate WND senior staff reporter Jerome Corsi’s departure from Kenya after immigration authorities there detained him and his publicist – holding them under armed guard and without food – to prevent Corsi from holding a news conference revealing what he had discovered about Barack Obama’s controversial ties in the African nation.

Confirmation of the payments comes just as a report from Kenya Broadcasting Corp. admitted it was politics, not the contrived paperwork reason, for which Corsi was detained.

According to copies of e-mails obtained by WND, a resident of Kenya who provided funding for the payments said the bribes were paid to “various officials” during the day-long standoff between Corsi and Kenyan immigration authorities.  More from WorldNetDaily


October 8, 2008 - Posted by | Homeland Security | , ,

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