Assassinations: Arrested at Last

Among the 96 passengers debarking at Heathrow Airport from BEA's Lisbon-London Flight 75 was Ramon George Sneyd, who went to the Commonwealth immigration desk and presented his Canadian passport. The immigration official took one look at the document, then asked the bespectacled Sneyd to join him in a back room for some "routine" questions. The interrogation was far from routine. Sneyd was found to be packing a loaded pistol in his back pocket, plus another Canadian passport. And when Scotland Yard's crack detective Tommy Butler took over, the alert immigration official's original suspicions were confirmed: fingerprints proved that Sneyd was,...

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