A businessman who duped millions of people into going to war by marketing a totally useless ‘intelligence dossier’ device, is facing a lengthy prison sentence today after being found guilty of fraud at The Old Bailey. Tony McBlairtrick sold thousands of the useless devices to Governments and voters around the world, claiming it would ensure freedom for all, nicer weather and guarantee that naughty people with beards would go-away and “think about what they’d done”
McBlairtrick hit upon the idea after cutting-out an article he found in The Daily Mail by columnist Samantha Brick titled “I’m right; you’re wrong; case closed”. Despite the article being worth less than the paper it was printed on, McBlairtrick sold the article as ‘Intelligence’ for £27,000 per copy, and netted himself an estimated £80m.
The scam only came to light when people noticed that despite countless deaths on all sides, the number of naughty people - even those who shaved - had actually grown, and that last year’s summer was the wettest on-record.
McBlairtrick congratulates George Tosh, his Head of Marketing after a successful sales-pitch to world leaders.
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