posted on Dec, 3 2014 @ 06:59 PM
If I had to guess I would say that was a man, just looking at the way the person moved. If it was a woman, given her deliberate movements and fast
walking speed, I would say she was on a mission from the outset. And what bolsters this opinion is the knife that was used. You don't just walk
around with a kitchen knife on the off chance that you are going to need it. So murder was definitely on this person's mind. The real question is
whether the victim was the intended target, or if she was a target of opportunity. I would like to know why the perpetrator exited the elevator and
then approached the security guard. It looked like they exchanged words, and if that is the case the security should be able to tell the police if
they're looking for a man or a woman. I find it difficult to believe that the murdered could have known the intended victim was in the bathroom,
considering the perpetrator arrived, went upstairs, and then straight to the bathroom. IF the American woman was the intended victim from the outset,
then this likely involved other people. I mean you have to have someone watching to know where the victim is going to be.
The only other option I see is if the murdered woman knew the murderer, and they had just spoken on a cell phone or something, to where the murderer
knew exactly where to find the woman. The victim could have been asked to wait in the bathroom. Now if you really want to get cloak and dagger, no pun
intended, we could speculate that this clandestine bathroom meeting involved espionage work. The victim could have been a non-official cover
operative, and was murdered by a member of the government, who likely found out she was a spy. Considering precisely what occurred, I do not think
this is that far-fetched. Of course certain details would make this scenario less likely, or possibly eliminate it altogether, but I do not have those
details at this point. It would not surprise me to learn that I was correct with this hypothesis however.