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This just in...: Gary Condit; Anna Chapman; Kim Novak


Gary Condit, 2001. (Susan Biddle/TWP)

Anna Chapman on the cover of Russia's Maxim. (Maxim Magazine)

  • Gary Condit is working on a tell-all book, AOLNews reports. The former California congressman, who lost his seat after he was romantically linked to vanished intern Chandra Levy, is expected to be called as a witness in her accused killer's trial, now getting underway -- but in the meantime, he's getting ready to shop his manuscript. His lawyer called it a "Shakespearean drama" and an "explosion of surprises."
  • Sultry spy Anna Chapman may have been expelled from the United States, but she's received a warm welcome back home. She and her fellow sleeper agents received honors this week from Russian President Dmitry Medvedev -- but she's the only one on the cover (lingerie, garters, gun) of Maxim's Russian edition, which heralds her for doing "more to excite Russian patriotism than the Russian soccer team."
  • "Vertigo" star Kim Novak, 77, has been given a diagnosis of breast cancer, her manager told reporters.


  • By The Reliable Source  | October 21, 2010; 1:02 AM ET
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    Comments

    Now is the time for a certain espionage report, made by me in 1977 and
    counter-signed by my agent handler of the time, Dir. GHW Bush, and sealed for
    future handling to be opened.
    It was again officially sealed in 1994 at the behest of SS Agent Brian
    Larkin, the Maui Prosecutor, my lawyer David Serrano, and HI Judge Komo.
    Who, without reading it nor any other of a bunch of sealed documents, sent it
    to the Phoenix Federal Court to be opened the 13th of this month, and a
    hearing to be held on the 25th.
    That particular document describes what I saw at the Condit's Ipswich flat on
    July 24th, 1977, as they disposed of another "Sexual Political
    Embarrassment," a gay British soldier from the Duesseldorf air base, in three
    large trash bags. The soft tissue went down the toilet, the blood down the bathtub drain, and he was dismembered to death like so many others. The head and p+++++ Condit keeps for sex toys and later smashed the head & dumped it in a nearby spot.
    (In other words, EVERYTHING matches with Chandra Levy's case & I had told the DC Police these MO detailss and they subsequently found her body just like this)
    The details you can read at www.rickhyatt.freeservers.com; page down to
    menulinks and "The Condit Transcript."
    If you can help me contact aforesaid court officails, please have them contact me.
    I am following past military orders in having kept said secret, and now seems to be the time "Make the arrow hit the target." (The Dir. knows to what I refer.)

    Posted by: rickahyatt | October 21, 2010 1:07 AM | Report abuse

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