Counterspin, for January 20, 2012 - 2:00pm
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This is a curate's egg of a letter and parts of it are quite good. I don't think that Pik Botha and team could have had full knowledge of the Lockerbie plot, but they were advised not to fly on PA103 on 21 December 1988. Indeed as not all the party could get on the lunchtime flight, some of it had to return straight back to SA. It partly deals with the question of what was the average loading of all aircraft flying Heathrow to US on 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23 December 1988. I think you would find all were full booked other than PA103, which was only two thirds so.
I don't reaaly fully accept the VO story as Mossd would not have had intimate knowledge of o CIA operation, but Israeli intelligence was misfooting the Libyans at the time.
I don't buy the whole of the TA story, though parts are true.
The truth will not dies. Have a look at my theory.
Good on Iran but your spin on Gaddafi is the party line...where's the counterspin part we rely on
you for, instead of the incessant mind fork that the despicable murders committed to frame him represent.. Like Netanyahu's heads up to avoid the 7-7-5 London bombings, Pic Botha and the S. African racists were inside the loop on the Pan Am 103 Lockerbie bombing and
canceled at the last minute..
it was revealed by Victor Ostrovsky, a Mossad defector living in Canada, that the bombing
took place as a result of faked intelligence and that Qaddafi was set up by Israel in Operation Trojan, which wanted him targeted
was a false flag operation to hide rogue CIA involvement in heroin
trafficking out of the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon, during the Terry
Anderson hostage crisis. A joint team of CIA, FBI and Defense
Intelligence investigators were flying on Pan Am 103 that day, heading
for Washington to expose the heroin ring, when the plane exploded over
Lockerbie, Scotland. Libya got tagged as the fall guy, but like 9/11,
the truth refused to die.
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