GEC-Marconi scientist deaths conspiracy theory

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The GEC-Marconi scientist deaths conspiracy theory states that between 1982 and 1990 twenty-five British-based GEC-Marconi scientists and engineers who worked on the Sting Ray torpedo project and other United States Strategic Defense Initiative related projects (better known as Star Wars) died under mysterious circumstances.

References

Newspapers

  • "Demand government explanation of deaths, disappearance". AP. 19 March 1987.
  • "Defence Scientists Mystery Deepens". Financial Times. 3 April 1987.
  • "Open verdict on satellite scientist's car crash". The Guardian. 23 April 1987.
  • Collins, Tony (30 April 1987). "Defence deaths: the facts behind the story". Computer News.
  • "Mystery of the dead scientists: Coincidence or conspiracy?". AP. 6 February 1988.
  • Eliason, Marcus (10 April 1988). "Dead scientists mystery baffles Britain". AP.
  • Shepherd, Leslie (13 April 1988). "Computer magazine says scientists' deaths don't add up". AP.
  • "Deaths which must be investigated". The Independent. 26 August 1988.
  • "Scientists' deaths 'not a plot'". The Daily Telegraph. 13 February 1989.

Web links

  • "The Marconi Murders".

Books

  • Collins, Tony (1990). Open verdict: an account of 25 mysterious deaths in the defence industry. Sphere Books. ISBN 0-7474-0146-2.


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