posted on Oct, 6 2012 @ 06:02 AM
Thanks for bringing this case to our attention. I have completely forgotten about it as it went cold in the TV World. Aat the time the incident to me
it just seemed "strange".
Isn't Sweden supposed to be a "neutral," politically speaking, country?
Seeing now the documentary I find the whole case mind blowing. The fact that they came from Sweden doubles this feeling. Something is not quire right
Up North. We had Brevik. We had the assassination of Anna Lindh, Sweden's popular Foreign Minister who was stabbed repeatedly while shopping in an
exclusive department store. We had Olaf Palme getting rubbed out in strange circumstances. And if you watch the movie "The Girl with the Dragon
Tattoo" you will get chills. The movie has at the end a statement that it is based in part on strange murder cases in Sweden. Strange in where people
disappear and dismembered bodies are found. Something is not right up there and I hope Assange doesn't end up there.
Sweden's proximity to WWII concentration camp experimentation could have resulted in some of the Mengela types to have "moved" to Sweden after the
war to continue their work. Maybe :-)
I am absolutely shocked that the defense and the prosecution considered Sabina low risk!
I am not. Police are no stupid. Supervisors were informed for sure of what was going on and how the girls behaved. To release one after a few days
after the incident on M6 implies orders came from higher up.
Them managing to enter the US is a HUGE alarm bell that this case is NOT NORMAL. They refuse visas for far more innocent reasons and Murder I think is
not one of them. UNLESS they must get a visas.
I think we have a recorded example of how human "robots" behave outside of the lab. Mumbai case may also be where this sort of personalities were