Many problems with this case. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Bitcoin Li
    • 25.07.13 | 18:52 (IDT)

    Here is just one, the most obvious. 1) The fellow who was blown up obviously was not a "suicide bomber". That is clear from his posture in the video of him and other evidence, according to news. 2) He was, however, obviously associated with 'someone else', the good buddies who blew him up. Most likely he believed he was ferrying drugs and would be paid. 3) There are databases that let various agencies identify almost any individual on the planet to within a few degrees of a specific family. This unwitting bomber, if anonymous, would have been identified quickly and his identity, and the method of recruiting him, i.e., unwitting drug mule, if the bombing had been authentic. The second glaring problem in the case involves the Cyprus gentleman. It stretches belief to imagine that he was identified and monitored thoroughly but a parallel network that necessarily collaborated closely with him was not.

    from the article: Canadian, Australian nationals identified as Burgas bombing suspects
    First published 15:46 25.07.13 | Last updated 15:46 25.07.13
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