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Thursday, February 25, 2010

Two interesting tidbits from Dubai

Two interesting tidbits about the Dubai investigation in this New York Times article. Here's the first one.
The Dubai police statement issued Wednesday included a striking detail: two of the new suspects, identified as Nicole Sandra McCabe and Adam Marcus Korman and carrying Australian passports, left Dubai on a ship bound for Iran. All the others traveled by plane to European and Asian countries, according to the statement. The statement included no further information about the two suspects or why they would have gone to Iran.
Maybe they went to blow up a nuke plant.

Now the second one. Remember this report that said that everyone who enters Dubai gets a retinal scan that they keep on file? Remember how the Dubai police told us that they were going to find the assassins because they have their retinal scans? Well, it turns out - according to the New York Times - that's wrong:
All 26 suspects appear to have traveled on passports from countries that do not need prior visas to travel to the United Arab Emirates, and do not need travelers to go through eye scans or provide other biometric data required of some nationalities. Emirati officials said this week that they might revise their visa guidelines.
The Mossad is looking smarter by the day. Heh.


At 3:17 PM, Blogger HOF said...

Seriously though, does anyone believe that the Mossad need 26 people to bump off one terrorist ! Something doesn't add up.

At 7:52 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

I don't think so. 1-3 people would be plenty of backup. 26? For one man? Its ridiculous. I'm certain the Mossad doesn't operate like that anywhere. And again, there is NO proof Israel was involved. And suspicions do not constitute real proof.

At 8:39 PM, Blogger Myackie said...

Did you hear about this?


Was this Mossad or the will of Allah???


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