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FBI: Mumbai's culprit has no links with Pakistan
« on: December 31, 2008, 07:16:39 pm »
FBI: Mumbai's culprit has no Pak links
http://www.presstv.ir/detail.aspx?id=80081&sectionid=351020401
Thu, 01 Jan 2009 00:20:26 GMT
 

Ajmal Kasab is the only living suspect in the Mumbai attacks.

An FBI team investigating the Mumbai attacks' case has said that the alleged main culprit, Ajmal Kasab, has no links with Pakistan.

The five-member team headed by the agency's South Asian Department Director, William Robert, visited the remote town of Faridkot, the place India claims Kasab is a resident of.

However, the team members said that there was no connection between Kasab and the town, a Press TV correspondent reported.

"No evidence could be collected from the area which could confirm the claim of Ajmal Kasab's being Pakistani", the FBI investigators said on Wednesday.

Indian authorities had earlier alleged that Kasab was from Faridkot, in Pakistan's Multan.

Earlier, Islamabad had announced that it had found links between the gunmen who carried out the Mumbai attacks and Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), an outlawed militant group.

Based on the report, Zarar Shah, a top LeT commander, who was captured in a raid this month in Pakistani-administrated Kashmir, confessed that the group had been involvement in the November 26 attacks.

The Mumbai carnage left hundreds of people killed or injured and raised tension between the two nuclear armed neighbors.
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Re: FBI: Mumbai's culprit has no links with Pakistan
« Reply #1 on: December 31, 2008, 07:21:28 pm »
Now if India hits Pakistan China has justification to intervene and attack India.
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Re: FBI: Mumbai's culprit has no links with Pakistan
« Reply #2 on: December 31, 2008, 07:30:47 pm »
Ajmal Kasab has no link to Pakistan: FBI
http://www.geo.tv/12-31-2008/31634.htm
Updated at: 2232 PST,  Wednesday, December 31, 2008

ISLAMABAD: The alleged key suspect of Mumbai Attacks, Ajmal Kasab has no link to Pakistan, said the team of FBI after undertaking visit of Fareedkot in Pakistan.

According to the FBI team which visited Fareedkot, which India claims is the area of residence of Ajmal Kasab, no evidence could be collected from the area which could confirm the claim of Ajmal Kasab’s being Pakistan national.
 
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Re: FBI: Mumbai's culprit has no links with Pakistan
« Reply #3 on: December 31, 2008, 07:33:02 pm »
He's probably a British National
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Re: FBI: Mumbai's culprit has no links with Pakistan
« Reply #4 on: December 31, 2008, 07:56:08 pm »
Pak claims India cooked up story about Kasab
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Islamabad, Dec 31 (PTI) Pakistan today claimed that India had cooked up a story about Ajmal Amir Iman 'Kasab', the lone terrorist captured during the Mumbai attacks, being a Pakistani and had "even failed in that too." Questioning the authenticity of the letter written by Kasab to seek legal aid from Pakistan government, Interior Secretary Syed Kamal Shah said "they (Indians) have simply tried to make up a story and have even failed in that too." The language and contents of Kasab's letter did not "match those of a real Pakistani," he claimed while talking to reporters during a visit to the headquarters of the National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA), Pakistan's national database, yesterday.

Shah repeated Interior Ministry chief Rehman Malik's claim that no records of Kasab had been found in the NADRA database.

However, the database covers only 60 million of Pakistan's total population of over 160 million.

Shah also said the Indian authorities had not yet shared evidence on the Mumbai attacks with Pakistan.

"Why did the Indians not share the identity of the others accused in the attacks? They are talking just about Ajmal Kasab, who was not even arrested from the crime scene," he claimed.

He also said that one of the mobile phone SIMs allegedly recovered from Kasab was issued from Austria.


Kasab's father recently admitted in an interview to the Dawn newspaper that the gunman whose picture was beamed around the world by the media was his son.

Residents of Kasab's village of Faridkot in Punjab province too have told the Pakistani media that he belonged to the area. They said he had told his mother during his last visit home that he was going away for 'jehad'. PTI
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Re: FBI: Mumbai's culprit has no links with Pakistan
« Reply #5 on: December 31, 2008, 08:04:27 pm »


He's getting the 'Bin Laden' treatment. It's CIA policy to 'put a face to terrorism' so we can associate it to justify their ignorant barbarism around the world  ::)

Good thread tho. It definately puts a wedge between the militaries already staged at the border. I wonder how they will spin this into a war anyway...
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Re: FBI: Mumbai's culprit has no links with Pakistan
« Reply #6 on: January 01, 2009, 12:13:48 am »
WTF?

"He also said that one of the mobile phone SIMs allegedly recovered from Kasab was issued from Austria."

WTF?

Is the ghost of Kurt Waldheim now conducting international false flag operations?

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Re: FBI: Mumbai's culprit has no links with Pakistan
« Reply #7 on: January 01, 2009, 01:08:02 am »
Austria is now under fascist party control in their government
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Re: FBI: Mumbai's culprit has no links with Pakistan
« Reply #8 on: January 01, 2009, 01:15:10 am »
Here, they are basically pointing the finger at Bush. ROFL. This myth is BUSTED!!


ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - A leader of a banned Pakistani Islamist militant group has confessed to being a main planner of the attack on Mumbai, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday, citing a Pakistani investigator.

The government has not responded to the report but President Asif Ali Zardari told U.S. President George W. Bush that anyone found involved in the attack on India's financial hub in which 179 people were killed would be dealt with.

India has blamed the assault on the Pakistan-based Islamist group Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT).

It was set up by Pakistani security agencies in the late 1980s to fight Indian rule in the disputed Kashmir region but officially banned in 2002, after Pakistan signed up to the U.S.-led campaign against terrorism.

The Wall Street Journal said in an online report at least one top LeT leader, Zarar Shah, captured in an early December raid in Pakistani-controlled Kashmir, had confessed to the group's involvement in the attack.

"He is singing," an unidentified Pakistani security official told the newspaper.

India's angry accusation of a Pakistani link to the assault on Mumbai has revived old hostilities between the nuclear-armed rivals and raised fears of conflict.

Pakistan has condemned the Mumbai attacks and has denied any state role, blaming "non-state actors," and has promised to prosecute anyone found linked to the attack. But it has ruled out sending Pakistanis to India for trial.

Zardari reiterated to Bush that Pakistan would not allow its territory to be used for launching attacks on other countries, Zardari's office said. Bush had called Zardari, it said.

"Anyone found involved in such attacks from the soil of Pakistan would be dealt with sternly," Zardari told Bush.

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The Wall Street Journal, citing the Pakistani security official, said Shah's admission was backed up by U.S. intercepts of a telephone call he had with one of the attackers during the assault.

Shah told interrogators that he was one of the main planners and he had spoken to the attackers during the rampage to give them advice and keep them focused, the newspaper cited a second person familiar with the investigation as saying.

Shah had implicated other LeT members, and had broadly confirmed the account the sole captured gunman told Indian investigators, the newspaper cited its source as saying.

According to Indian reports, the captured gunman told Indian interrogators the 10 attackers trained in Pakistani Kashmir and later went by boat from Karachi to Mumbai.

India's home minister, P. Chidambaram, repeated India's line that its neighbor must act on what India says is evidence of Pakistani militants' involvement.

Pakistan has repeatedly said India has not provided evidence.

"If anyone is in a state of denial anything that we give will be denied," Chidambaram told reporters in New Delhi, referring to a statement from the surviving gunman captured in Mumbai.

Shah was picked up with another LeT commander, Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, in raids on militants launched after the attack, Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani told reporters on December 10.

Pakistani authorities did not have evidence that the LeT was involved in the attacks before the militants were arrested in Kashmir. Their arrest was based on guidance from U.S. and British authorities, the newspaper cited an official as saying.

Pakistan and India have fought three wars since independence from Britain in 1947 and came to the brink of a fourth after gunmen attacked the Indian parliament in December 2001.

India has put a "pause" on a five-year-old peace process that had brought warmer ties.

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Re: FBI: Mumbai's culprit has no links with Pakistan
« Reply #9 on: January 01, 2009, 01:41:10 am »
Ajmal Kasab not a Pakistani: FBI
http://www.pakwatan.com/latest_news1.php?id=9539

01/01/09  MULTAN :A five-member team of Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) headed by its South Asian Director, William Robert has said that Ajmal Kasab, alleged key suspect in Mumbai attacks, has no link to Pakistan, Private TV reported. According to sources, the team on Wednesday visited Fareedkot, Pakpattan district and collected information about Ajmal Kasab.

Four officials of Interior Ministry were also with the FBI team. FBI team also checked Kasab's Identity Card provided by India in NADRA record but did not find any credible evidence, which could show that the suspect belongs to Pakistan. The sources said the FBI team in its report said that Ajmal Kasab does not belong to Pakistan. After two days visit to Lahore, FBI team left for Islamabad and for further investigation FBI team will leave for India on Thursday.
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Re: FBI: Mumbai's culprit has no links with Pakistan
« Reply #10 on: January 01, 2009, 01:55:10 am »
Now all they have to do is investigate London and they may actually solve a false flag
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Re: FBI: Mumbai's culprit has no links with Pakistan
« Reply #11 on: January 01, 2009, 09:02:39 am »
Pakistan has FBI evidence of Mumbai links: India

http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20090101/ts_nm/us_india_pakistan

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – India said on Thursday the FBI had presented strong evidence to Islamabad of Pakistani links to November's militant attacks in Mumbai that killed 179 people.

India has blamed the assault on the Pakistan-based militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), which was set up by Pakistani security agencies in the 1980s to fight Indian rule in the disputed Kashmir region, but was officially banned in 2002.

Pakistan has condemned the Mumbai attacks and denied any state role, blaming "non-state actors."

"We have been told that there is some strong evidence available to FBI and they have shared it with Pakistan," Indian Foreign Minister Pranab Mukherjee said in an interview with the NDTV news channel.

He added that U.S. pressure on Pakistan to act on that evidence had not yielded "tangible results" so far.

India's accusation of a Pakistani link to the attack has revived old hostilities between the nuclear-armed countries and raised fears of conflict.

Mukherjee's comments came a day after the Wall Street Journal said a LeT leader, captured last month in Pakistani-controlled Kashmir, had confessed to being a main planner of the attack on India's financial hub.

The Journal, citing a Pakistani security official, said his admission was backed up by U.S. intercepts of a telephone call he had with one of the attackers during the assault.

Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari has told President George W. Bush anyone found involved in the attack would be dealt with.

Mukherjee repeated India's calls for Pakistan to hand over the perpetrators of the Mumbai attacks, saying Pakistan was obliged to do so under various international arrangements.

"(An) extradition treaty is not required to take action on these issues," he added.

Pakistan launched raids on militants on its soil in the aftermath of the attack. But, it says India has yet to provide evidence and has ruled out sending Pakistanis to India for trial.

President Bush made separate calls to Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Pakistan's Zardari on Wednesday, urging cooperation in the investigation.

Pakistan and India have fought three wars since independence from Britain in 1947 and came to the brink of a fourth after gunmen attacked the Indian parliament in December 2001.


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Re: FBI: Mumbai's culprit has no links with Pakistan
« Reply #12 on: January 01, 2009, 09:29:56 am »
and the bullshit continues...
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Re: FBI: Mumbai's culprit has no links with Pakistan
« Reply #13 on: January 01, 2009, 09:52:34 am »
Looks like they're doing everything they can to pin it on Pakistan, even with conflicting evidence.
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FBI Finds No Pakistan Link to Mumbai Attack
« Reply #14 on: January 01, 2009, 11:08:31 am »
FBI Finds no Pakistan Link to Mumbai
http://www.islamonline.net/servlet/Satellite?c=Article_C&cid=1230650222380&pagename=Zone-English-News/NWELayout
By  Aamir Latif, IOL Correspondent
 
Indian claims the Mumbai attackers were Pakistanis and had some links to Pakistani security agencies. (Mumbai)
 
ISLAMABAD — America's Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have found no link between attacks on India's financial hub of Mumbai and Pakistani intelligence agencies, US and Pakistan officials have confirmed.

"The FBI team thinks, on the basis of evidence and meetings with Pakistani intelligence officials, that neither is Ajmal Kasab a Pakistani citizen nor have Pakistani agencies any involvement in the Mumbai attacks," a US embassy official told IslamOnlne.net.

The confirmation came after an FBI team visited Faridkot, a small village some 200 kilometers south of Lahore, said to be of Kasab, the only surviving gunman.

"A five-member FBI team, headed by William Robert, the agency's director for South Asia, visited Faridkot two days back," according to a US embassy source.

At least 172 people were killed when ten gunmen attacked two five-star hotels, a hospital, a popular cafe, a railway station, and a Jewish center in Mumbai last month.

India claims Kasab and the other nine attackers are all Pakistanis and blame the attack on Lashkar-e-Taiba (LT), an outlawed Pakistani group fighting Indian rule in Muslim-majority Kashmir.

Interior Minister Rehman Malik has denied that FBI agents have visited Faridkot.

"No such visit is in my knowledge."

But the report was confirmed by a senior Pakistani interior ministry official.

"The FBI has established this fact after visiting Faridkot, which is being reported by Indian media as the ancestral town of Ajmal Kasab, and meeting various officials of Pakistani intelligence agencies," he told IOL on condition of anonymity.

Indian "Proofs"

US embassy sources said the FBI team has been trying to verify Indian "proofs" about Pakistani involvement in the attacks.

The agents visited India before coming to Pakistan and questioned Kasab for more than nine hours.

Indian media reports said the FBI sleuths sought minor details about Kasab’s native village and about his alleged links to the Pakistani intelligence.

The team also took DNA samples of the nine slain gunmen to ascertain it matched with anyone in their data bank or had any relations with persons killed by US troops in Afghanistan.

Despite concluding that Kasab was no Pakistani, the FBI team did not ruled out possible links between the Mumbai attackers and militants groups in Pakistan.

"He might have connections with Pakistan-based militant groups," said the US embassy official, referring to the LeT.

Pakistan has recently banned the Jammat-ul-Dawa (JD), one of the country's latest charity organizations, over alleged links to LeT.

Founded by Hafiz Saeed, a former professor of Islamic studies at University of Engineering Lahore, JD operates hospitals, schools and relief centers across Pakistan.
 
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Re: FBI: Mumbai's culprit has no links with Pakistan
« Reply #15 on: January 01, 2009, 11:33:59 am »
Rockefeller/Rothschild  puppets... "It was Pakistan."

Rest of the human race... "Why would Pakistan do it."

Rockefeller/Rothschild  puppets... "It was Pakistan."

Rest of the human race... "There was a plethora of evidence about links to MI6."

Rockefeller/Rothschild  puppets... "It was Pakistan."

Rest of the human race... "They targeted the head of counter-intel that was revealing false flags blaming Pak when it was radical Hindus."

Rockefeller/Rothschild  puppets... "It was Pakistan."

Rest of the human race... "They found links to Austria."

Rockefeller/Rothschild  puppets... "It was Pakistan."

Rest of the human race... "The owner of the Taj knew of the attacks ahead of time, admitted to it on CNN, and removed security a week before."

Rockefeller/Rothschild  puppets... "It was Pakistan."

Rest of the human race... "The owner of the Taj also owns the company that insures the Taj in a joint venture with AIG."

Rockefeller/Rothschild  puppets... "It was Pakistan."

Rest of the human race... "The only guy they said they caught is obviously Hindu."

Rockefeller/Rothschild  puppets... "It was Pakistan."

Rest of the human race... "The survivor in the 'Top Cop's car heard them speaking in a Hindu dialect."

Rockefeller/Rothschild  puppets... "It was Pakistan."

Rest of the human race... "They were in the Taj for weeks and had MI6 style control rooms set up with cameras, police radios, etc."

Rockefeller/Rothschild  puppets... "It was Pakistan."

Rest of the human race... "They were using concussion grenages similar to those that MI6 uses."

Rockefeller/Rothschild  puppets... "It was Pakistan."

Rest of the human race... "Bombay/Mumbai is an obvious target by the G& against the BRIC nations."

Rockefeller/Rothschild  puppets... "It was Pakistan."

Rest of the human race... "The FBI confirmed that there is absolutely no link to Pakistan."

Rockefeller/Rothschild  puppets... "It was Pakistan."

Anyone noticing a pattern?

Repeat a lie over and over again until they believe it.
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Re: FBI: Mumbai's culprit has no links with Pakistan
« Reply #16 on: January 01, 2009, 11:53:47 am »
Rockefeller/Rothschild  puppets... "It was Pakistan."

Rest of the human race... "Why would Pakistan do it."

Rockefeller/Rothschild  puppets... "It was Pakistan."

Rest of the human race... "There was a plethora of evidence about links to MI6."

Rockefeller/Rothschild  puppets... "It was Pakistan."

Rest of the human race... "They targeted the head of counter-intel that was revealing false flags blaming Pak when it was radical Hindus."

Rockefeller/Rothschild  puppets... "It was Pakistan."

Rest of the human race... "They found links to Austria."

Rockefeller/Rothschild  puppets... "It was Pakistan."

Rest of the human race... "The owner of the Taj knew of the attacks ahead of time, admitted to it on CNN, and removed security a week before."

Rockefeller/Rothschild  puppets... "It was Pakistan."

Rest of the human race... "The owner of the Taj also owns the company that insures the Taj in a joint venture with AIG."

Rockefeller/Rothschild  puppets... "It was Pakistan."

Rest of the human race... "The only guy they said they caught is obviously Hindu."

Rockefeller/Rothschild  puppets... "It was Pakistan."

Rest of the human race... "The survivor in the 'Top Cop's car heard them speaking in a Hindu dialect."

Rockefeller/Rothschild  puppets... "It was Pakistan."

Rest of the human race... "They were in the Taj for weeks and had MI6 style control rooms set up with cameras, police radios, etc."

Rockefeller/Rothschild  puppets... "It was Pakistan."

Rest of the human race... "They were using concussion grenages similar to those that MI6 uses."

Rockefeller/Rothschild  puppets... "It was Pakistan."

Rest of the human race... "Bombay/Mumbai is an obvious target by the G& against the BRIC nations."

Rockefeller/Rothschild  puppets... "It was Pakistan."

Rest of the human race... "The FBI confirmed that there is absolutely no link to Pakistan."

Rockefeller/Rothschild  puppets... "It was Pakistan."

Anyone noticing a pattern?

Repeat a lie over and over again until they believe it.
Rest of the human race... "Indian police were arrested because they bought stuff for these guys."

Rockefeller/Rothschild  puppets... "It was Pakistan."


Rest of the human race... "Eyewitnesses reported the gunmen were drinking beer before they opened fire, and ordered liquor."

Rockefeller/Rothschild  puppets... "It was Pakistan."


Rest of the human race... "Hindu extremists were arrested in the city on the day of the attacks."

Rockefeller/Rothschild  puppets... "It was Pakistan."

Rest of the human race... "An Indian Minister resigned because he suspected involvement of Hindu's."(http://www.linkmuslims.com/indian-minister-antulay-suspects-hindu-involvement-in-mumbai-attacks)

Rockefeller/Rothschild  puppets... "It was Pakistan."

The things is, most people only listen to the Mockingbirds up on TV saying that it's Pakistan, if they'd read the actual news and investigate this thing they could digg up the articles and find out all the evidence points to people from inside the country.

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Re: FBI: Mumbai's culprit has no links with Pakistan
« Reply #17 on: January 01, 2009, 01:15:19 pm »
Numerous initial reports stated British Nationals were captured and dissapeared after Gordon Brown flew to India, Must have been Pakistan.

What you see happening now is media wars, this false flag was carried out so bad they can't hold the fallout together.
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Re: FBI: Mumbai's culprit has no links with Pakistan
« Reply #18 on: January 01, 2009, 01:45:47 pm »
Check this out

Pakistan has FBI evidence of Mumbai links: India

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India said on Thursday the FBI had presented strong evidence to Islamabad of Pakistani links to November's militant attacks in Mumbai that killed 179 people.

India has blamed the assault on the Pakistan-based militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), which was set up by Pakistani security agencies in the 1980s to fight Indian rule in the disputed Kashmir region, but was officially banned in 2002.

Pakistan has condemned the Mumbai attacks and denied any state role, blaming "non-state actors."

"We have been told that there is some strong evidence available to FBI and they have shared it with Pakistan," Indian Foreign Minister Pranab Mukherjee said in an interview with the NDTV news channel.

He added that U.S. pressure on Pakistan to act on that evidence had not yielded "tangible results" so far.

India's accusation of a Pakistani link to the attack has revived old hostilities between the nuclear-armed countries and raised fears of conflict.

Mukherjee's comments came a day after the Wall Street Journal said a LeT leader, captured last month in Pakistani-controlled Kashmir, had confessed to being a main planner of the attack on India's financial hub.

The Journal, citing a Pakistani security official, said his admission was backed up by U.S. intercepts of a telephone call he had with one of the attackers during the assault.

Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari has told President George W. Bush anyone found involved in the attack would be dealt with.

Mukherjee repeated India's calls for Pakistan to hand over the perpetrators of the Mumbai attacks, saying Pakistan was obliged to do so under various international arrangements.

"(An) extradition treaty is not required to take action on these issues," he added.

Pakistan launched raids on militants on its soil in the aftermath of the attack. But, it says India has yet to provide evidence and has ruled out sending Pakistanis to India for trial.

President Bush made separate calls to Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Pakistan's Zardari on Wednesday, urging cooperation in the investigation.

Pakistan and India have fought three wars since independence from Britain in 1947 and came to the brink of a fourth after gunmen attacked the Indian parliament in December 2001.

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Re: FBI: Mumbai's culprit has no links with Pakistan
« Reply #19 on: January 01, 2009, 01:52:49 pm »
Yea they fought 3 wars after the British Occupation, while still under British Influence. you think the British Empire really collapsed?

Anyway this back and forth pointing fingers stuff has been going on for days. There are so many conflicting reports that no one knows what the hell is going on. goes to show you they dont control all the media.

India has been acting very disrespectfully towards Pakistan, they blamed Pakistan and didnt provide any evidence for weeks, and now there are conflicting reports as to wheather or not the evidence even EXISTS.
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Re: FBI: Mumbai's culprit has no links with Pakistan
« Reply #20 on: January 31, 2015, 04:36:19 pm »
He's getting the 'Bin Laden' treatment. It's CIA policy to 'put a face to terrorism' so we can associate it to justify their ignorant barbarism around the world  ::)

Good thread tho. It definately puts a wedge between the militaries already staged at the border. I wonder how they will spin this into a war anyway...

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