At daybreak on November 4th, 1983, a scream cut through the serenity of Kiaga Village in Kirinyaga. The single scream quickly became cries for help, then wailing of what now sounded like a large group of people. What sounded like the cries of pain of a dying woman would lead residents of the small village to a horrific scene that would haunt them forever.
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It was bound to happen again. Someone was bound to try again anyway. Given the long proven karma of history repeating itself, and the forest remaining the same despite the monkeys changing, it was only a matter of time. Only it was not so easy this time.
From the outside, the Allidina Visram was a typical Indian boys’ school from April 1942 to August 1943. Inside though, the Asian institution was bustling with geeks, mathematicians and statisticians who formed the core of a covert code-breaking operation.
The Falcon Jet landed at the JKIA at 1100 hrs on 2 February 1999. Off disembarked a mustachioed man claiming to be a Cypriot journalist, two aides, and a Greek handler. So began a story of intrigue, deceit, and a high-speed car chase on Uhuru Highway. Continue reading…
Hunter Thompson quipped “In a closed society where everybody’s guilty, the only crime is getting caught.In a world of thieves, the only final sin is stupidity.”