New Revelations on Hariri Assassination
November 30, 2010
The truth ultimately seeps through. The Israeli drone videos released by the Hezbollah expose Israel’s involvement in the crime preparations. The facts revealed by Odnako point to the use of a sophisticated German weapon. The puzzle is nearly complete.
-Thierry Meyssan, 29 November 2010
Thierry Meyssan of Voltaire.org has published an excellent article with new revelations on the 2005 assassination of Rafik Hariri in Beirut. These revelations support my early analysis that the Lebanese leader was killed by an Israeli missile fired from a drone. Meyssan’s latest article, “Revelations on Rafik Hariri’s Assassination”, reveals important new details about the weapon, the crime, and the cover-up.
Hezbollah intercepted and released videos from Israeli drones surveying Rafik Hariri’s movements and the scene of the crime.
The evidence, such as the crater, indicates that Rafik Hariri was killed by a missile.
Detlev Mehlis, President of the UN Investigation Commission violated all the rules of the criminal procedure, fabricated evidence, and used false witnesses to exonerate Germany and accuse Syria.
Sources and Recommended Reading:
“Revelations on Rafik Hariri’s assassination” by Thierry Meyssan, November 29, 2010
“Syria Wrongly Blamed for Hariri Murder” by Christopher Bollyn, September 9, 2010
BBC News, “Lebanon PM Hariri withdraws accusation against Syria”, September 6, 2010
Bollyn, Christopher, “Did Israel Kill Rafik Hariri With A Guided Bomb?”, February 18, 2005
Bollyn, Christopher, “Micro-Nuke Theory is Disinformation”, February 19, 2005
Bollyn, Christopher, “Missile or Car Bomb? – Reading the Smoke Signals”, February 20, 2005
Bollyn, Christopher, “Micronuke Nonsense and the Ugly Facts”, February 20, 2005
Bollyn, Christopher, “U.N. Investigators Broach Theory that Hariri was Killed by a Missile”, November 21, 2006
Cattori, Silvia, “The Assassination of Rafik Hariri: A Biased Investigation”, September 15, 2006
Mroueh, Wassim, “Berri praises Hariri’s honesty regarding Syria”, Daily Star (Lebanon), September 9, 2010
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