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CIA Places Blame for Bhutto Assassination

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posted on Jan, 18 2008 @ 10:03 PM
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Bwahahahaha,

The CIA? You're quoting the CIA as a credible source?

Have we found those WMD's yet?
Are those mobile chemical weapons labs found?

The CIA is no better than a 10 cent tabloid paper, in which every title is about how we avoided Armageddon this week, and next week is the real one.

In fact, I'm not sure "Reality" exists in the American dictionary anymore.




posted on Jan, 18 2008 @ 10:39 PM
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I immediately thought of the following, originally posted at Who engineered Bhutto's killing?--MUST READ



It is perhaps set out most clearly in a Washington Post report of Dec 28 under the heading ‘US brokered Bhutto’s return to Pakistan’. Clear and simple — as it says it. “For Benazir Bhutto, the decision to return to Pakistan was sealed during a telephone call from Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice just a week before Bhutto flew home in October. The call culminated more than a year of secret diplomacy . . .” Rice, reportedly, was only engaged in the final stages of the famous ‘deal’. Her call was made to Benazir in Dubai. “A week later, on October 18, Bhutto returned. Ten weeks later she was dead.”


I am gravely concerned over events in Pakistan, which I expressed here at Nuclear Terror Imminent?and Special forces on standby over nuclear threat (Pakistan)



posted on Jan, 19 2008 @ 10:56 AM
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Originally posted by johnsky
You're quoting the CIA as a credible source?


No, the CIA is the incredible source.

But that's just the point. What gets thrown out there for public consumption and what goes on inside are two far different things. There are more skeletons in the closets of Langley than in the catacombs beneath Rome. To even start to list them is just too depressing.



posted on Jan, 19 2008 @ 11:08 AM
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Interesting development in Pakistan, they have arrested a 15 year old boy for his supposed connection to the Bhutto assasination.


Teen arrested in link to Bhutto death blast

A TEENAGER allegedly involved in the assassination of former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto has been arrested, security officials in Pakistan's North West Frontier Province claimed yesterday.

Aitezaz Shah, 15, told investigators he had been part of a five-man squad deployed in the city of Rawalpindi, where Bhutto was killed last month, a senior provincial official said.



posted on Jan, 22 2008 @ 06:12 AM
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Now the US, through the CIA, is also claiming that it was al-Qaeda that was responsible for Benazir Bhutto's assassination. This seems a bit too pat, a bit too smug for me. Especially considering Musharrafs contempt for her and her family, who were seen as threats by him and the powers that be in Pakistan. In earlier posts, I, along with others, discussed Musharrafs possible(and likely) involvment in her assassination. Now that the CIA is also saying that it was al-Qaeda that is responsible, this mkes me think that, possibly, the CIA may have had a hand in her untimely demises as well, as it was people in the USG who had been in contact with Mrs. Bhutto to encourage her to go back to Pakistan and get involved in the political process. This way, both nations get to focus everyones attention back on the 'real' threat of al-Qaeda instead of looking at Musharraf, who has done nothing but play a double game with us all along. Pakistan and it's ISI, afterall, were the ones who origionally were responsible for helping to set up the Taliban and backing them since the early 1990's Both Musharraf and the CIA were able to get rid of one thorn in their collective side while refocusing everyones eyes on bin Laden, who is both a Pakistani and US Intelligence creation who served our interestd while fighting the Russian Bear that had invaded and occupied Afghanistan.




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