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    • Chris Linthwaite
    • 26.02.10 | 12:47 (IST)

    that the world have not brought the story that Israel has tried to spin. Therefore apparently the photographs have been doctored so you will never be able to positively Identify the real owners of the face on the fake passports. I wonder if the people traced in Dubai have been identified at the places they fled to where they changed their passports and flew on to Israel. Face recognition technology is a wonderful thing. Surprised Mossad has never heard of it. (Hopefully this one will get pass the military censor)

    from the article: Haaretz probe: Dubai assassins' passport photos were doctored
    First published 07:51 26.02.10 | Last updated 23:43 26.02.10
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