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Did Nixon order John Lennon's murder?

Richard Nixon's secret battle to deport John Lennon: President feared the Beatle's anti-Vietnam campaigning would swing the 1972 election

John Lennon was nearly deported by the U.S. government as it attempted to make the legendary Beatles frontman's life a living hell, a new book has revealed. Lawyer Leon Wildes, whose book 'John Lennon vs. The U.S.A.' was released last month, said he had never seen 'the government so determined to remove anyone from the United States'.  
The book written by Wildes, who represented Lennon during an immigration case, explains the Nixon administration's battle to deport Lennon purportedly for an old conviction in the UK for possessing hashish. But behind the facade of wanting to deport Lennon on the 1968 drug conviction, was the reality that the government feared the musician's influence on young voters in the 1972 election.

Lennon had tremendous sway with 18- to 20-year-old voters, just after the election age had been low…

The Labour MP's backing Owen Smith (It almost makes me feel sorry for him .. I lied)

Keith Vaz


Keith Vaz, a married father of two, is leading a double life paying young male escorts for sex.

Mr Vaz last met two Eastern European prostitutes eight days ago, even though he is chair of a powerful parliamentary group probing vice and drugs.




And as the talk ranged from sex to pets, Mr Vaz eventually said: “We need to get this party started.”

And ahead of the meeting he had sent a series of texts in which he jokingly called himself one of the men’s “pimp” and “bank manager”.

Mr Vaz paid the escorts in cash.

Married Labour MP Keith Vaz, Male prostitutes and Elm Guest House EXCLUSIVE

He is one of the most influential MPs in the House of Commons and is currently overseeing the biggest shake-up of Britain’s prostitution laws in a generation.

But today the Sunday Mirror can reveal Keith Vaz, a married father of two, is leading a double life paying young male escorts for sex.

Mr Vaz last met two Eastern European prostitutes eight days ago, even though he is chair of a powerful parliamentary group probing vice and drugs.


And as the talk ranged from sex to pets, Mr Vaz eventually said: “We need to get this party started.”

And ahead of the meeting he had sent a series of texts in which he jokingly called himself one of the men’s “pimp” and “bank manager”.

Mr Vaz paid the escorts in cash.

Money was also paid into a bank account used by one of them by a man linked to a charity set up by the MP.


While chair of the Home Affairs Select Committee, Mr Vaz has publicly said he was “not convinced” that men who pay for sex should face prosecution.

Keith Vaz was also allegedly involved wit…

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