posted on Jul, 7 2008 @ 06:52 AM
Two French Biochemists were murdered recently in the U.K. by an unknown assailant, apparently quite brutally. Threads have been made about this
already, but I wanted to explore the mind control aspect of this latest development, which I will quote for you.
A 33-year-old man walked into a south London police station early Monday and surrendered to police in connection with the brutal stabbing deaths of
two French students in London last week, a Metropolitan Police spokeswoman said.
Just hours earlier, a 21-year-old man police had arrested on Saturday "was released with no further action," the spokeswoman added.
Police released no other details about the newest suspect. Nor did they offer any immediate explanation about why the first suspect was freed.
Gabriel Ferez and Laurent Bonomo, both 23, were killed in a frenzied attack at a rented apartment in south east London last week.
Now, I know we aren't allowed the details that the police are allowed, but why on Earth would a man walk into a cop station, voluntarily turning
himself in for such a vile murder, if there was *already a suspect in custody*? I mean, thats like .. the time to hightail it out of the UK? Hello?
People don't just savagely kill two people, then turn themselves in after the news media has blasted through the halls of London that theres a
suspect in custody.
Subsequently, that suspect was immediately released with no further questioning or charges? Huh? So why did they have him? And what did this guy come
in and say, who incriminated himself for no apparent reason, other than his bleeding heart conscious, that allowed the other man to walk scott free
right then and there?
It sounds like a psych-job to me. This guy who turned himself in could be under heavy mind control by the European Illuminati or related elements, to
secure the release of the suspect who must be much more important to them and they wanted him out of jail. The UK Police, infiltrated at levels by the
EU Illuminati, would have sympathizers and people who've been instructed to allow this "prisoner exchange" to go forth smoothly. It just doesn't
make any sense to me and seems quite fishy..
[edit on 7/7/2008 by runetang]