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Originally posted by CasiusIgnoranze
reply to post by newcovenant
Maybe because this supposed death was never broadcasted on any news network/media? even AlJazeera? Hence the assassination of Bhutto was to quickly confuse and misdirect our minds that the reason she was assassinated was because she was a female presidential candidate in a Islamic country? Everyone bought that, and the killers were never caught!
For all you know, al Qaeda could just be an imaginary organisation conjured up to support the War on terror.
Even I do not know as I said in my first post, what the true intentions are of the US government if they did kill him back in 2007 but release news of his death now.
One can only speculate...
Originally posted by Ash11
reply to post by Klassified
Just watch- Al Qaeda recruitment numbers will now approach or exceed the all-time highs reached after 9/11.
Bhutto returned to Pakistan on October 18th 2007, after reaching an understanding with President Pervez Musharraf by which she was granted amnesty and all corruption charges were withdrawn. She was assassinated on 27 December 2007, after departing a PPP rally in the Pakistani city of Rawalpindi, two weeks before the scheduled Pakistani general election of 2008 in which she was a leading opposition candidate. The following year, she was named one of seven winners of the United Nations Prize in the Field of Human Rights.
She was assassinated on 27 December 2007, after departing a PPP rally in the Pakistani city of Rawalpindi, two weeks before the scheduled Pakistani general election of 2008 in which she was a leading opposition candidate. The following year, she was named one of seven winners of the United Nations Prize in the Field of Human Rights.
After entering her bulletproof vehicle, Bhutto stood up through its sunroof to wave to the crowds. At this point, a gunman fired shots at her and subsequently explosives were detonated near the vehicle killing approximately 20 people.
There was some disagreement about the exact cause of death. Bhutto's husband refused to permit an autopsy or post-mortem examination to be carried out.
On 3 January 2008, President Musharraf officially denied participating in the assassination of Benazir Bhutto as well as failing to provide her proper security. On February 12, 2011, an Anti-Terrorism Court in Rawalpindi issued an arrest warrant for Musharraf, claiming he was aware of an impending assassination attempt by the Taliban, but did not pass the information on to those responsible for protecting Bhutto.