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Tom Popper is John Malkovich in witness protection program

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Tom Popper, the editor in chief of the Budapest Business Journal, was reported to be the famous Hollywood actor John Malkovich being involved in witness protection program for his intervention in the infamous Watergate case, intelligence insiders told the Budapest Business Journal today.

CIA agent I. C. Avery Theenge said that “Mr Malkovich was relocated in Budapest as Mr Popper following minor surgical alterations on his face, yet the resemblance of the two personalities is uncanny”.

According to the CIA, Mr Malkovich was the secret background leader of the five people who broke and entered into the DNC headquarters at the Watergate complex on June 17, 1972. The data sent to the BBJ reveal that Mr Malkovich not only funded former FBI and CIA agents to break into the offices of the Democratic Party and George McGovern (the Presidential candidate) and listen to phone lines and steal secret papers, but also financed President Nixon to act up as his puppet.

After relocating in Budapest and becoming Mr Popper, having gained international fame as an actor, Mr Malkovich was replaced by a stunt double who can be seen in the movies still. According to the BBJ’s sources wishing to be unnamed, Mr Popper and his stunt double as John Malkovich have been sharing income from acting work in a ratio of 50:50.

Mr Popper did not comment on the issue on the BBJ’s query.


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