Skip to comments.Dubai Police: Killers of Mabhouh, including a woman and formed 4 teams
Posted on 02/16/2010 9:23:12 AM PST by BCW
Group of pictures published on Dubai Police yesterday for 11 people suspected of involvement in the assassination of Hamas leader Mahmoud Mabhouh last month (a. P. B) and Dahi Khalfan Tamim, displays photographs of the suspects yesterday.
Dubai Police revealed yesterday for clues in the case of the assassination of leader of the Islamic Resistance Movement, Hamas, Mahmoud Abdel-Raouf, Mohamed Hassan, better known as the husky-Mahmoud, said that it ends all aspects of the mystery which drew the process since the disaster, and highlighted this information nationalities of the suspects in the process The names and photographs and method of implementation of the process to register the photographer.
Peter Ielevnger and passport Frenchman, and the three accused passports İrişçä They are: Kevin Davron, Gael Voallard (the only woman in the group), Ivan Diningz, in addition to the six co-defendants have British passports are: Paul John Kiely, Melvin Adam Mildeiner, Steven Daniel Hodz, Michael Lawrence, Barney, James Leonard Clark, Jonathan Lewis Graham, defendant, Michael Bodenheimer, who holds a passport Germany.
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Yeah. The Arabs are all in a tizzy that this hit happened under their collective noses. It shakes their confidence.
Apparently the ID’s were stolen by Mossad - Classic!
I wonder if the media will be publishing names/pictures of the people this person is responsible for killing?
Exactly! - outstanding point!
These people are amateurs at identity theft.
Imagine if someone from the Middle East fraudulently obtained an American passport, posed as an American citizen.... AND GOT ELECTED PRESIDENT of the USA.
Then imagine the guy REFUSES to release his birth certificate, passport, college records, or ANY records.
Then imagine half the country running around screaming “THIS GUY’S A FAKE!”
And nobody can do anything about it.
Now THAT would be something.
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