@justme - "spy ring" - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • eporue
    • 25.02.10 | 11:27 (IST)

    yes, one could guess... that the "hit team" would be outed, was clear (imo) and unavoidable. but WHY - when most of the others had such minor roles (or as you say where there for other operations) - did they have to have "contact" with the "hit team", or why did they have to share the same so exotic details (e.g. credit card, phone records) ? that stuff (it seems) made it so easy for dubai to track them all back... so, even if most of the 28 were not really involved into the assassination, then there were facts (e.g. same exotic credit cards etc), which lead to "identification" of 28 passports as being "faked". and this, one would think, could have been avoided ?

    from the article: Was Mossad on a fantastic adventure in Dubai?
    First published 02:20 25.02.10 | Last updated 02:44 25.02.10
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