The evidence is plain to see: There is NO manhunt in Israel! But there should be one, since several suspects claimed they were Israelis, used Jewish names, addresses and documents in Israel when applying for passports in foreign countries. Those adresses were real, so, either they themselves or some helpers must have provided these documents and apartments in Israel. Now, IF Mossad isn't responsible for the murder, there would be a widesspread manhunt in Israel for the killer gang. Every police office would have their pictures, and every hint would be investigated. But there ISN'T such a police operation. Only logical conclusion: The Israeli government is involved, and is actively covering up the tracks, because this indeed was a Mossad operation. So, Mr. Melman and others, your phony denials don't hold water. Actions speak louder than words. And there is NO action in Israel to find the killers.
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