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posted on Sep, 15 2012 @ 06:46 AM
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An Iraqi born British sattelite engineer whose father owned an engineering factory that was sequestered by Saddam Hussein's regime is shot to death in the family car in a remote parking area along with three members of his family in what seems to be a professional hit whilst, on a caravaning holiday in the French Alps. His eldest daughter is pistol whipped, and shot in the shoulder is the only member of the family found outside of the car. His youngest daughter is not physically harmed and is found twelve hours after the police arrive cowering beneath the bodies of her dead mother, and grandmother
The Father works for a Surrey (UK) sattelite company that among other things is at the cutting edge of active, and passive remote viewing.
The company is a subsidiary of EADS a Joint German/French defence contractor based in the Netherlands in which the French government is a major (not majority) shareholder.
The only non family member witness to this atrocity is a French cyclist, and father of three who is a nuclear scientist, and is killed by bullets from the same weapon which police suspect is some kind of automatic machine pistol.
The next person on the scene is a former member of the Royal Air Force who administers lifesaving medical aid to the eldest daughter who is still moving by the side of the road, acertains that the four adults are beyond help, and leaves the scene to alert the authorities.
A few days after EADS announces it has completed negotiations for the take-over of BAe thereby forming the biggest defence contractor in Europe.
The former Royal Air Force Officer who we are told is afraid for his life as he was likely passed by the killer(s) on the road as he was heading towards the scene of the incident appears on British television, and we are told he is now back in England.
There is of course much more information known, and unknown to this awful crime but the points I have highlighted could be considered to be among the most significant.

All thoughts and theories are welcomed




posted on Sep, 15 2012 @ 07:03 AM
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That smells like the work of a professional.

Close ties to the defense industry, secret programs ...

www.telegraph.co.uk...

They even tried to establish a connection to Iran...

www.dailymail.co.uk... ml

Everytime they point with their dirty fingers at other countries, we know where to look for the people responsible.



posted on Sep, 15 2012 @ 07:09 AM
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Thanks for the reply Alf one thing that makes the hit look unusual is that professionals would generally remove the spent cartridges instead of leaving them strewn across the scene. Removing spent cartridges hinders the investigation



posted on Sep, 15 2012 @ 07:45 AM
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Originally posted by hotel1
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Thanks for the reply Alf one thing that makes the hit look unusual is that professionals would generally remove the spent cartridges instead of leaving them strewn across the scene. Removing spent cartridges hinders the investigation


True, but maybe he/she/they got disturbed by the guy on the bicycle, shot him and fled the scene because they were worried other people are around. That would explain the cartridges being left. Professional or not, you can't go on a killing spree for a few cartridges. You gotta make sure that your "cover" is not blown.



posted on Sep, 15 2012 @ 11:00 AM
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One theory is that they may have inadvertantly witnessed a drug deal, or some other criminal activity hence the seemingly sloppy manor of the crime






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