Wednesday, December 14, 2005

UN Hariri probe 'needs more time'

BBC News

The head of the UN probe into the killing of ex-Lebanese Prime Minister, Rafik Hariri, has asked for more time to complete his inquiries. The UN investigator, Detlev Mehlis, told the Security Council at the current rate of progress his inquiry could take another year, or even two.
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I have a feeling the true circumstances of Hariri's assassination will never be known. It was all too convenient for known US-Israeli plans for the region, and the anti-Syria protests immediately following his death were certainly a pre-assassination choreographed Rendon type operation. IMHO, find whoever organized the event, who bought all of the posters and flags and you will know who was responsible for Hariri's death.

The Hezbollah-organized rally that followed them exposed the pre-planned demonstrations as a fraud and showed the true will of the people.

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