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Berlusconi: Injuries Not Exaggerated

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January 23, 2010 News & Oddities, Politics No Comments

We have already commented on how the timing of the unfortunate attack on Prime Minister Berlusconi was convenient, in terms of his political goals, here.

Now, his opponents are nursing conspiracy theories asking whether his injuries were exaggerated, or whether the attack might even have been fake, because he appears to have completely recovered in such a short period of time.

Read the article on Times Online here.


Me, the Great Pretender? No way, says Berlusconi (Times Online)

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