a reply to: burgerbuddy
I am not suggesting that this is anything other than what has been reproted but did this bloke have his ID on him.
Someone goes to the glove box, or boot of the car, and whad’ya know – the terrorist has carelessly left his passport behind!
Then, as often as not, the culprit abandons his own working car and hijacks a better looking one – which usually runs out of petrol. And where are
those CCTV cameras when you need them? Well, they happened to be out of order that day.
Martin Bryant’s Volvo.
In 1996 in Tasmania Australia, 35 people were gunned down in a cafa by one of the best anti terro shooters in the world, whoever they were. The
passport of the 29 year old, but intellectually 13 year old, patsy, Martin Bryant, was found in the glove box of an old Volvo identical to his own,
which was parked at location where the shootings occurred even though he had not visited that location in the previous year or so. Who found who found
the passport has never been revealed.
On January 7, 2015, two masked assassins entered the Charlie Hebdo office in Paris and murdered 12 people. The two blokes escaped but crashed their
car, a Citroën C3. The police found an ID card in the Citroen. This discovery enabled the Police to track the entire Charlie Hebdo tragedy to the two
The day after the 9/11 attacks, a suspicious Toyota was identified at Dulles International Airport. It was registered to Al-Hazmi of Lemon Grove,
California. When searched, a travel itinerary for KHALID AL-MIHDHAR and MAJED MOQED on AA Flight 77 was found among other items. Including a piece of
paper with “Osama 5895316” written on it.
In Shanksville Pennsylvania, a half-burnt visa paper belonging to alleged hijacker Ziad Jarra was found in a field amongst the megre debris of Flight
Thanks to Dee McLachlan, Gumshoe News
just puttin it out there to help with evaluation of this event