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Its pretty Official: Muhsarraf f and friends killed Bhutto

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Its pretty Official: Muhsarraf f and friends killed Bhutto
First of, people in the PPP-Bhutos Pakistan Peoples Party are being rounded up, jailed and tortured-

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Police have also ordered all autopsy records destroyed-
They also water-cannoned the area clean-why let a good forensic investigation get in the way of blaming Al-ciada?
Anyone else find that kinda suspicious?

Comment: Did anyone observe Pervez Muhsarraf in today's press conference? He seems confident and comfortable. His face was not like it was during the last two months. He was very comfortably answering the media and I felt him different from the previous Musharraf...I recall his previous press conference in which he was sweating and nervous.
He asked the reporters: " ask yourselves who is the beneficiary...of Bhuttos death?"

I believe him the main beneficiary. (Commie!!)

Sunday Times Online (UK)

January 2, 2008
Q&A: the murder of Benazir Bhutto
Times South Asia Correspondent asks who had most to gain from killing the Pakistan People's Party leader, and how she died

What happened during the attack?

The Government says that it was carried out by a gunman working in conjunction with a suicide bomber, whose head was found at the site. Photographs taken by a member of the crowd clearly show a clean-shaven young man in dark glasses, a white shirt and a dark waist coat, shooting a pistol at Ms Bhutto from next to her vehicle. One picture shows another man with a white shawl over his head standing behind the gunman and a Pakistani television station has identified the second man as the bomber. Amateur video footage shows the gunman firing at least three shots and an explosion engulfing the vehicle seconds later.

However, there is still no clear evidence to show if the shooter was also the bomber, if there was a second person who detonated himself, or if the explosion was triggered by remote control. The government has shown images of what it says is the bomber's reconcstructed head, but it is still not clear if the gunman's body has been found. Much evidence was destroyed when authorities washed the blast site with high pressure hoses on the same night that Ms Bhutto died.
(Gotta luv it-"reconstructed head" will it open its eyes and decalar "*I* did it!" ?
How did Benazir Bhutto die?

The Government initially said that Ms Bhutto died from a massive head injury sustained when the force of the bomb blast threw the lever of the sunroof against her head as she was trying to duck back into her vehicle. (This scenario is a real HOOT!)

However, this theory has been debunked since photographs and amateur video footage clearly showed Ms Bhutto disappearing into her vehicle after the shots and before the blast. Family members and aides who washed her body have also said that they clearly saw a bullet wound on her head. Witnesses of the attack also say they saw Ms Bhutto being shot. Doctors who treated Ms Bhutto in her final hours say authorities have ordered them to remain silent and to destroy records of her treatment. Officials from her Pakistan People's Party accuse the government of trying to cover up evidence pointing either to its involvement in the assassination or to the failure of its security arrangements.

Was al-Qaeda involved?

The Government has blamed Baitullah Masoud, a top leader of the Pakistani Taleban, based in South Waziristan, whom they say has close links to al-Qaeda (sorry, CIA)

The Interior Ministry has produced a transcript of what it says is a recording of Mr Masoud congratulating another militant on Ms Bhutto's assassination during a telephone conversation.
(a real live phone transcript?-Hey, Im convinced!)

But Mr Masoud, through a spokesman, has denied responsibility, saying that local Pashtun custom does not allow his people to attack women. He also denies threatening to kill Ms Bhutto before she returned and government allegations that he was behind the bomb attack on her motorcade procession through Karachi on October 18. Most family members and PPP leaders now say they do not believe that Mr Massoud or al-Qaeda played a role.

Was the Pakistani Government involved? (Is the Pope Catholic?)

It denies playing any role in Ms Bhutto's assassination. But many of her family members and PPP officials say they believe that conservative elements of the security services, especially the Inter-Services Intelligence agency, were involved in some way. They point to senior ISI officers who they believe embraced radical Islam while coordinating US support for the Afghan Mujahideen against the Soviet army in Afghanistan. Those same officers maintain close links to Islamist militants and regarded Ms Bhutto as too secular and close to the West. Among those often named are Hamid Gul, a retired general who served as head of the ISI in Ms Bhutto’s first term as Prime Minister. He has dismissed the allegations as "bunkum."
(TOO CLOSE TO THE WEST?!?!? What about Musharraffs monthly blow jobs on GW Bush?-tell me THATS not close)

Who stood to gain? (thats a tough one-call me thursday)

PPP officials and Bhutto family members say that the ISI and the Army stood to lose money and power if Ms Butto became Prime Minister. Pakistan has received at least $10 billion in military aid from the United States since 2001, which was supposed to be used for the campaign against al-Qaeda and Taleban militants, but has not been rigorously accounted for. Critics say much of it has been diverted into private pockets or towards other projects, such as upgrading forces on the Indian border. Proponents of this theory cite the appearance of the gunman, who does not look like a typical Islamist militant and appears to have had some weapons training, but they have yet to present any harder evidence.

Who else had a motive?

On the day she was assassinated, Ms Bhutto was planning to meet two senior US lawmakers to present them with a report alleging that the ISI was running a secret operation to rig the elections. PPP officials say the report containted allegations that US funds were being diverted to the ISI's election operation.

Asif Ali Zardari, her widower, says that the report could be one of several motives for killing her. Other PPP officials say the evidence was compiled by Ms Bhutto's own spies in the security services. But they admit that the report was probably not enought of a motive in itself for her murder, unless she also had specific information about an individual or group of individuals.

Whom did Ms Bhutto herself suspect?

Before she returned from eight years of self-exile two months ago, Bhutto wrote to Musharraf naming several individuals who should be investigated if anything happened to her. PPP officials say they included Mr Gul (the former ISI chief), Ijaz Shah (the head of the civilian Intelligence Bureau), Pervez Elahi (the former Punjab Chief Minister), Arbab Ghulam Rahimand ( the former Sindh chief minister) and Hassan Afzal, former Deputy Chairman of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB). In October, Ms Bhutto also revealed that her lawyer had received a letter, signed by a "friend of al-Qaeda" which threatened to slaughter her like a goat. However, she said she had more fear from unidentified members of a power structure that she described as allies of the “forces of militancy”.
(Interesting to note that on the BBCs David Frost show-which is now all over the net-Bhutto claims that she is less afraid of Al Queda-than she is of the present government-

oh-and btw-she also announced that OSAMA BIN LADEN was murdered several years ago in that same interview-
but hell, Britany Spears problems are much more newsworthy-[and I always though the beards looked paste-on] )

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