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Tuesday, July 21, 2015

French prosecutor dismisses Arafat poisoning case

A French prosecutor has dismissed a case accusing Israel of poisoning Yasser Arafat.
The prosecutor in Nanterre announced the decision on Tuesday, three months after three French judges recommended the case be dropped, the Times of Israel reported.
Lawyers for Arafat’s widow, Suha, who filed the case in France in 2012 alleging he had been murdered, said the judges closed the investigation too quickly.
Suha Arafat based her lawsuit on a 108-page report released to her by the University Centre of Legal Medicine in Lausanne, Switzerland, which said the theory that Arafat was poisoned is most consistent with its results. Russian experts have maintained that Arafat was not poisoned.
The French experts “maintain that the polonium 210 and lead 210 found in Arafat’s grave and in the samples are of an environmental nature,” Nanterre prosecutor Catherine Denis said last month.
Many Palestinians continue to believe that Arafat was poisoned by Israel because he was an obstacle to peace. Israel has denied any involvement.
 Millions of Euros wasted on this nonsense. Maybe this will be the end of it.

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At 4:01 AM, Blogger JG said...

A drop in the bucket together with all the EU spends to prop up the non-state.

Maybe he can rot in hell now?


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