May 11, 2010, - 12:35 pm
World Fawns Over Inept Dubai Police Chief Dahi Khalfan Tamim
“Extraordinary . . . depth” of Dubai Police Hasn’t Caught or Even ID’d a Single One
Mahmoud Al-Mabhouh a/k/a Abu Abed, Rot In Jehenim [Hell]
How could you forget, since the CCTV video was all over the net, and I brought it to you here. Plus, the whole word was outraged–outraged!–at this clean-up job, erasing a mass murderer from the world. Though it’s never been proven (but is likely the case), the world attacked Israel, investigations all over the place began, and Great Britain sent an Israeli diplomat packing.
In the four months since the clean, quick, and successful assassination, the BS gushing over the incompetent Dubai police has reached epic proportions, even though not one of the 11 assassination team members has been identified or caught to date. It’s affirmative action PR for the jihad because the world is too politically correct to point out that Muslims are better Keystone Kops than even the Keystone Kops were. Here’s a taste of the gushing from the Wall Street Journal and Interpol. No, it’s not Inspector Clouseau they’re talking about, but same difference:
International law-enforcement officials have praised Dubai’s police work in the case. Dubai has released closed-circuit video showing suspects—some in disguise—in the hotel where the assassination took place, at one point sharing an elevator ride with their alleged victim.
Officials in Dubai also have released photos, flight information, credit-card and phone data of the growing list of suspects in the case.
Yeah, photos, credit card info, etc. of FAKE persons. Hellooooo . . .? This and 25 cents will buy you half a gumball. But the drool continues:
“That’s what is most extraordinary, the depth, thoroughness and openness of the Dubai police’s investigation of an assassination that took months to plan, but only hours to execute,” says Interpol Secretary-General Ronald K. Noble.
Um, that’s “extraordinary,” “depth” and “thoroughness”? Not catching a single assassin and identifying fake names? Hilarious.
Yes, for Israel it took only hours to execute. Meanwhile, the Dubai Dummies with badges have worked on this for four months. And still, they got nothin’. “Al-Cold Case.” And unlike the TV show of the same name, it’ll stay cold.
They–the international law enforcement tools–can fawn and pander to the inept Dubai cops all they want. But the proof is in the pudding. Not a single Israeli has been arrested in connection with the assassination, not a single Mossad agent has been identified in the killing, and while Dubai continues to name suspects, most of them are pseudonyms, fake identities, so they really haven’t identified anyone at all–other than a few Arabs, including a Palestinian, whom they arrested.
There’s one potential tie to the Israelis, but, again, it points out the incompetence of police yet again–this time, the New Zealand police:
international investigators are probing whether one suspect identified recently is the same man being sought by police in New Zealand in a separate case: Zev Barkan.
In 2004, two Israeli citizens were sentenced by a New Zealand court to six-month jail terms for their role in attempting to fraudulently obtain a New Zealand passport. Mr. Barkan also was sought by police in connection with the case but fled the country. He is believed to be still at large.
“Several agencies believe it is the same man,” said the person familiar with the situation.
The 2004 case triggered a diplomatic spat between New Zealand and Israel after Wellington officials said Mr. Barkan had been an Israel government official who served in embassies in Vienna and Brussels. . . .
Police in New Zealand declined to comment beyond confirming that an arrest warrant is outstanding for Mr. Barkan. Officials said details of the warrant aren’t public.
Yet, they never caught the guy. Just like the Dubai police.
By the way, I heard that Dubai has identified three other suspects, today, in the Al-Mabhouh killing: Arthur Fonzarelli, Art Van DeLay, and George Costanza. I hear they’ve been tied to the Mossad because they once ate corned beef at a Jewish-owned deli.
If I ever commit a murder or a serious violent crime, I hope the Dubai police are on the case.
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