People have asked me if the vision of loveliness in the above photo is a young Minichiello-Williams. I can see why, as there is a certain likeness; but no, it’s not Andrea.
It is in fact a young Russian lady – the good-looking kind that just might charm a British military attache into indiscretions he will later regret.
However, here on this blog, Olga is purely illustrative of a physically beautiful woman – the kind a man, any normal man, might find a tempting prospect.
In my previous blog about Dr Patrick Sookhdeo, I pointed out, in essence, that one reason why he is innocent is because he is not stupid enough to have committed the crime.
I should arrive at the meat of my Dr Sookhdeo blog-series next month, some time in August, when I expect to delve in detail into the sayings and doings of the 2015 trial witnesses, but until I do, this post is just another little taster of things to come.
Dr Sookhdeo is innocent because he is not stupid, and he is also innocent because he would never be unfaithful to his wife Rosemary. All the good people who know Dr Sookhdeo – and there are many of them – know full well that he would never do anything so stupid or adulterous as to assault his false accuser Mrs X.
But are there any other reasons why he would not have done it? Yes there are.
Another reason lies in the fact that Dr Sookhdeo would not have been physically attracted to or tempted by Mrs X – unless perhaps he was blind. But Dr Sookhdeo is not blind.
Understand this: Mrs X doesn’t look anything like our Olga above.
How can I put this diplomatically?
Where I grew up, the word for a member of the uggos was ‘minger’. Now, everybody knows I’m far too nice to be nasty, so I’m not going to say horrible words like minger.
So what can I say? Well, what I can tell you with confidence is that Mrs X is no stunning model or beauty queen babe. (Speaking of beauty queens, do you remember the Miss Cornwall who wasn’t Cornish scandal, featuring Miss Laura Anness? Goodness me. Wow.)
Is Mrs X a beauty like our Olga or Miss Anness? No, she’s rather plain, if I’m being kind about it. Mrs X does not have the body or the looks to be considered tempting or attractive.
If Dr Sookhdeo had had our Olga working with him, day in, day out, we’d have to give some credence to the possibility that he might’ve been tempted, beholding all the beauty before him.
But Mrs X?
Let’s be honest: there’s no doubt that Dr Sookhdeo would not have been tempted in the slightest. Nor would any other happily-married, older gentleman.
Take my word for it. It’s unfortunate that it’s illegal to publish a photo of Mrs X, because she has lifelong anonymity backed up by the State, so you can’t see her face for yourself, but she is, as I say, very plain indeed.
Dr Sookhdeo would’ve ‘had to be mad’ to have assaulted his false accuser Mrs X. He didn’t do it. Sookhdeo is innocent.