Dossier — Definition : Collection of papers containing information on a particular event, or on a person such as a criminal or a spy. [Collins English Dictionary]
Origin — Late 19th century. From French: a file with a label on the back from dos back. [Latin dorsum]
Example — “The Steele dossier, also known as the Trump–Russia dossier, is a private intelligence report …”
There is no doubt that blogging is a wonderful and powerful technique to report on current investigations. But this modern tool has also some drawbacks.
When one covers a subject for many years, the readers may find it difficult to locate information and it can be challenging to keep an eye on the Big Picture.
Therefore, I have decided to create special pages for our Top Dossiers.
These pages will include references — quick summary and links — to the most important posts on these subjects as well as a resources page.
I will begin this major update with special pages covering our Top 2019 Stories:
#1 — Lockerbie
#2 — The KRYPTOS sculpture
#3 — Havana Syndrome
#4 — The Douma Conspiracy
#5 — The CIA Memorial Wall
#6 — Brussels, Den of Spies
#7 — The Assassination of Dag Hammarskjold
I hope that you will enjoy this new feature of our blog.
Regards, L — 02 / 02 / 2020
PS: Today’s date is a rare palindrome. While various forms of palindrome dates are fairly common, 02/02/2020 has the unique distinction of reading the same backward and forward when written out in eight digits in multiple date systems. The last such palindrome date (11/11/1111) occurred more than 900 years ago.
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