posted on Dec, 23 2010 @ 10:30 AM
reply to post by IamAbeliever
it's a good thing that the Tinner-case is finally brought to justice, the whole thing smells fishey from all sides: CIA involvment, destroyed files,
some off them suddenly re-appearing, criminal smuggling of dangerous material with potentially dangerous countries.
But i think it s a pure coincidence that the date matches the embassy-parcel-bomb.
Let's think it the other way round: you are the CIA, you want to hide your involvment in the case. What would you do ?
First of all you call the minister of justice, and meet him, and tell him to destroy the files for "national security" reasons. (which
Then there is this annoying guy that still wants to bring you in court. Do you place a parcel bomb in an embassy ?
Or would you rather work on a convenient suicide/accident of the accuser ?? When Andreas Müller has an accident/suicide in the next few days i a with
but not on the parcel-bomb.
Besides imagine the blow-back when it comes to light that CIA is "bombing" the embassy of a neutral country !
I do not want you to stop looking into it, its worth a thought and its still unknown who did it. But i guess this time CIA is not the suspect numero