Originally posted by observe50
I think this (UBL's death) was used to cover Obama's BC issue for one.
Originally posted by kgorman
Even just posting something saying "I know good sources about this guy exist, and I'm working on finding them now" is enough to at least put a hold on the deletion processes.
I agree with much of what you say.... I just have one question.... Who else could he have turned to? Who else would publish these scandalous claims?
Originally posted by greige
I'm really happy to see everyone pushing for the truth.
Mr Pieczenik said he was part of a "crisis committee" headed by Francesco Cossiga, the interior minister.Moro was held for 54 days. Mr Pieczenik said the committee was jolted into action by the fear that Moro would reveal state secrets in an attempt to free himself.
A false statement, attributed to the Red Brigades, was leaked saying that Moro was dead.
Mr Pieczenick said that this had a dual purpose; to prepare the Italian public for the worst, and to let the Red Brigades know that the state would not negotiate for Moro, and considered him already dead.
The following month, Moro was shot and placed in the back of a car in central Rome, midway between the headquarters of the Communist Party and the Christian Democrats.
In a documentary on French television last weekend,Mr Cossiga admitted the committee had taken the decision to release the false statement.
Originally posted by Demoncreeper
reply to post by boondock-saint
Could be, man.
I still think Pakistan is the new prize.