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lee's life for lies

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posted on Jan, 25 2007 @ 01:40 PM
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Originally posted by Syrian Sister
The question remains which the debunkers have not answered.

How did the resistance come into possesion of the flash drive? are you saying the soldier threw away the flash drive and somehow the resistance stubbled on it? who'd throw away a flash drive.



as usual you only see what fits YOUR agenda....




A flash memory drive was found after ِِA Humvee was blown up, it belongs to a U.S. Army Specialist, who served in Iraq. In his personal flash drive was a letter he planed to send to his family for the Christmas holidays.


found right at the very beginning of this thread.




posted on Jan, 25 2007 @ 01:54 PM
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I think SS's statement is pretty direct. IF the specialist is not dead, then HOW did the resistance get, of all things, a flash drive with his photo's on it. THe implication is, that they couldn't've, and the website probably wasn't made by insurgents, but rather is a false flag operation.

HOWEVER, why beleive anything that is on the website, includeing the story of how they came into possesion of his photos and letters? They could've simply gotten ANY picture of a guy in a uniform and said that it is him. And we KNOW that there's been lots of identity theft amoung service personnell, so they could've gotten information, like his name, home town, etc, illegally to have concocted the obviously fake letter.



posted on Jan, 25 2007 @ 02:12 PM
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I think SS's statement is pretty direct. IF the specialist is not dead, then HOW did the resistance get, of all things, a flash drive with his photo's on it. THe implication is, that they couldn't've, and the website probably wasn't made by insurgents, but rather is a false flag operation.


I don't think this is likely, since IAI is a major faction of the resistance, the video is in their style, and there are sources i speak to that aren't suggesting this. Ofcource there is always a chance of false flags , but i doubt it at this time


HOWEVER, why beleive anything that is on the website, including the story of how they came into possesion of his photos and letters? They could've simply gotten ANY picture of a guy in a uniform and said that it is him.


It seems there was some sensitive information on that flash drive though, it's not like they just did a google image search and found some guys pics, if you watch the video you'll see some of the classified info and memo's the resistance got of that flash drive.

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Who wrote the letter will always be under question, wether the soldier is alive or not. But whoever did, knows alot about the daily life of US soldiers especially when he talked about the begining of the war.

More importantly, this like lee KENDELL tucker, not lee KEMBALL tucker, is who the resistance claims is the owner of the flash drive.

Perhaps it's the abc's turn for propoganda now.

What hasn't changed though is the fact that the resistance is extending out a hand to the US soldiers, the US leaders are the number 1 enemy.



posted on Jan, 25 2007 @ 02:24 PM
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Originally posted by Syrian Sister
since IAI is a major faction of the resistance, the video is in their style, and there are sources i speak to that aren't suggesting this. Ofcource there is always a chance of false flags , but i doubt it at this time

Ah. So its not so clear then.


What hasn't changed though is the fact that the resistance is extending out a hand to the US soldiers, the US leaders are the number 1 enemy.

Its the resistance that are plotting to kill them. And its pretty clear that the letter is a complete fabrication. THe issue of the name seems like it is small enough to likely be a mistake on either side.



posted on Jan, 25 2007 @ 02:45 PM
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Or Syrian Sister, the insurgents just stole it. Its nothing new that the enemy got their hands on personal items of soldiers and Marine. Same thing has happened in Afghanistan where Afghans working in American bases would steal as well as sell them, or keep them.

[edit on 25-1-2007 by deltaboy]



posted on Jan, 25 2007 @ 03:10 PM
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It's a occupation nygaand ofcource they have to kill the occupiers. But doesn't mean they want to, i don't think you understand.

There is another theory to be considered.. an intersting one. i just read it of another blog.

www2.blogger.com...


while not wanting to raise false hopes, however, it must be reported that
Lee Tucker's friends among the anti-war movement back home in USA have reason to believe that he is NOT ACTUALLY DEAD (which is why there is no mourning) but that he has in fact willingly switched sides, and GONE OVER TO fight with the IRAQI RESISTANCE, bringing them the flash-drive and other important intelligence and targetting data. While still to be confirmed, this appears to be the first reported case in what could become a new trend - and certainly helps explain the increasing casualty rates amongst remaining US troops.



posted on Jan, 25 2007 @ 03:11 PM
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The suggestion is ludicrous. Its an interesting story, but is simply more propaganda.



posted on Jan, 25 2007 @ 03:13 PM
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Syrian Sister, stop backing up your claims based on a person's opinon. My God a blogger.



posted on Jan, 25 2007 @ 11:54 PM
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Well i just saw the video for the first time WITH SOUND. And i was wrong nygaand when i said "who wrote the letter will always be under question".

There is only one possible author of that later, and his name is Lee Tucker.

The voice of the guy narrating the letter is the EXACT same voice of the soldier getting tied up on his birthday! and that one isn't dubbed over because they play the video on the computer it's so obvious.

This is proof alone that a US soldier wrote that letter.

How many decades will it take for the resistance to fake a voice with an american accent which is exactly the same as the voice from the birthday video? What kind of technology would they have.

Perhaps the real propoganda here is abc trying to cover this up and white wash it!


Nygaand Have you seen the video? Maybe this will help you understand what i was saying earlier, about stretching out a hand to the enemy soldiers.

from the mouths of the resistance themselves my own transcript from the video.



We do what ever good american citizen would do if their country was invaded they will fight to stop the occupation. Also we can't identify which soldiers are good human beings and don't like what's happening from the others, the bomb was planted and detonated against a humvee full of american soldiers, we can't identify who is good but was decieved and who truly belives in the lies, what is the solution. We don't want to kill such people, how we could help this miserable soldier trapped in this war based on lies he belived,we are sure there are thousands of soldiers like that.


Not the hateful bloodthirsty barbarians they are made out to be are they nygaand. terrorists they are called by (even agitate) for what, defending their country? Just such heros.

Deltaboy.

i never said it was evidence, i said it was an interesting theory that's all. get over yourself.


[edit on 26-1-2007 by Syrian Sister]

[edit on 26-1-2007 by Syrian Sister]



posted on Feb, 3 2007 @ 01:28 PM
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The writing in the letter isn't very typical of American's style of communication, especially a recruit with a high school education.

However; it is very similar to the way Arabs speak to each other.

For example, if you fly into an Arabic country and they ask you how your flight was, and you say, "Fine, thanks", that would be an insult.

However; if when they ask you how the flight was and you say, "The flight was long and difficult, and I became very tired and uncomfortable, but now that I am here in your magnificant kingdom, I feel as if I am at my own home again." THAT would be a TYPICAL arab response.

Now look back at the letter, the description of Florida, and home is much more in an Arabic style greeting, albeit in English.







 
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