GEC-Marconi scientist deaths conspiracy theory
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.
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- "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.
- 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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