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Wednesday, October 20, 2010


On Tuesday, Dubai police inspector Tamim announced that Canada had made an arrest in the Mahmoud al-Mabhouh liquidation. There's one small problem: Canada denies it.
A Canadian official called Dubai police chief Lt.-Gen. Dahi Khalfan Tamim's claim that Canada has secretly arrested someone involved in the assassination as "baseless." “We have nothing to say at this point,” said Sergeant Greg Cox, a spokesman for the RCMP.

“We are trying to verify this information with our colleagues in Ottawa,” a senior source at the Canadian Embassy in the UAE told The Globe. “Tamim said we gave this info to the Dubai police, and we didn’t.”

“A senior Canadian security official here told me in July that they have made an arrest of one of the suspects,” Tamim told The Globe and Mail in a telephone interview on Tuesday. “The person informed me then that this information was not to be released in the media and was only for the police. Since then we have not heard any more information and I don’t understand the secrecy.”
Well, then maybe Tamim should have kept his mouth shut. Heh.


At 8:45 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Unlike the Mounties, it seems safe to say that Tamim never gets his man.

But someone's got his goat.

At 9:50 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Shy Guy, correct.

After nine months, you'd think Tamim would declare it a "cold case."

Let him keep on going so people can see just how stupid and incompetent the Arabs are.


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