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Two French biochemical students, Laurent Bonomo and Gabriel Ferez, were murdered by Israeli Mossad-British intelligence assassination teams on June 29, 2008. Both Bonomo and Ferez were studying at the prestigious London Imperial College researching the origins of bird flu and the link to the alleged vaccines.
The murders were first revealed by France’s Directorate for Internal Security, not by Britain’s Scotland Yard, making it likely that the students were French intelligence officers. London police arrested Daniel Sonnex, 23, and Nigel Edward Farmer in the killings.
A joint French-U.S. Intelligence anti-terrorist task force in Paris, headed by former Secretary of State Colin Powell and former head of French intelligence Jean Crout�, for years has monitored the activity of the Israeli mercenaries. The patriotic American-French team has allegedly prevented various scripted terrorist attacks, i.e. false flags, on both the United States and Europe, with the planning of the attacks actually originating inside the compromised intelligence agencies of the United States, the United Kingdom, Israel and Germany, according to task force sources....
Originally posted by schrodingers dog
reply to post by Chuffer
It'd be nice if you cited the original article ...
I'm not sure if this is where you got it, nevertheless: thetruthseeker.co.uk
Original article: American Free Press
[edit on 30 Apr 2009 by schrodingers dog]
Two French biochemistry students found brutally murdered in a South London bedsit may have died for the sake of two handheld games consoles, police said last night. Officers investigating the horrific killings of Laurent Bonomo and Gabriel Ferez, who were tied up and stabbed nearly 250 times before being set on fire, believe that two Sony PSP games consoles were stolen from the flat on the day of their deaths.
Guy Le Blanche, headmaster of the Lycée Louis Thuillier, remembered Mr Ferez as a calm, joyous, jovial boy. “I am shattered by this massacre in London,” he said. “The staging, the torture, like a satanic rite, is abominable.”