BBC correspondent Alan Johnson went missing in Gaza on 12th March. There's been no sign of him since. Now apparently a video of him has been found on the Ekhlaas web-site. He mentions the failed invasion of Iraq and the troubles caused by the Brits in Afghanistan, as well as the troubles of the Palestinians caused by Israel. However, at the end he supposedly starts a message to his family but then it's cut off and message appears on screen in English saying: "BBC refused to take this message to his family". Could it be true that the BBC or some other UK authority, has had access to this film and have held onto it for a while for some reason? Could it be that the message was sent to his family already and it was blocked from getting there? There are a couple of little bits in the film too that make it look like it's been cut, it makes me wonder what else he said that folk don't want us to know about.
Sorry I can't seem to get the link into this message but the
story's on the BBc News website and you can view the video too.
Militants holding the BBC Journalist Alan Johnson in Gaza have threatened to kill him.
Members of the Army of Islam said they would take his life unless their demands were met.
Alan Johnston has been held for 97 daysThey also denied reaching a deal with the Palestinian group Hamas for his imminent release.
The death threat came in a video released to the arabic TV news channel Al Jazeera
Originally posted by theutahbigfoothunter
That just doesn't seem right. I think this could be a very big deal. I can't believe nobody has responded. Anyway, what are your thoughts on the situation?
Could it be he knew something we are not supposed to know as the general public? Or is there a message? I'm very interested, let me know if you find anything else out about this.