Friday, July 20, 2012


The al-Qaeda-linked 'bomber' with a Finnish mother.

The Bulgarian Interior Minister says : The bomber is not Mohammed Mehdi Ghezali

A witness told (Terrorists struck Burgas Airport) that the explosion occurred during the loading of baggage onto the bus.

It is quite possible that the official story, concerning a suicide bomber and Israeli casualties, is innacurate.

User video shows the seconds after the explosion (VIDEO)

On 19 July 2012, Bulgarian officials announced that the man who apparently carried out the attack on the bus in Burgas was "a lanky, long-haired man wearing a baseball cap and plaid shorts and carrying  a Michigan driver's license."

'The Burgas Bomber', whose alleged explosives were not picked up by airport detection devices.

Bulgarian television has shown security camera footage showing the suspected bomber at the airport.

Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov said the bomber is believed to be about 36 years old and had been in the country between four and seven days.

Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borisov told reporters that they had found a Michigan driver's license.

Mehdi Ghezali, former prisoner at Guantanamo Bay.

The Burgos bomber has been identified by Bulgarian media as Mehdi Ghezali, a Swede, with a Finnish mother and an Algerian father. 

BUT, the Bulgarian Interior Minister says : The bomber is not Mohammed Mehdi Gezli

In 1999, Ghezali was in prison in Portugal as the result of a bank robbery.

He then seems to have been recruited by the CIA for its al Qaeda mercenary force.

He studied in London.

According to media reports Ghezali travelled to Afghanistan and stayed at "Algerian House", supposedly a known hideout for al-Qaeda in Jalalabad.[6]

According to the Associated Press Ghezali was "reportedly part of a group of 156 suspected Al-Qaeda fighters." 

Ghezali was captured by an Afghan warlord who handed him over to the Americans, who parked him in Guantanamo Bay from 2002 until 2004.

Ghezali was transported home by the Swedish Air Force 

In 2009, Ghezali was reportedly arrested in Pakistan, but quickly released.

Bulgarian news outlet Novinite Daily reported that the Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borisov said that officials are still trying to determine whether the Ghezali's U.S. passport was genuine.

Ghezali's driving license  had a Louisiana address, which is that of a casino called the Belle of Baton Rouge.

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A witness told (Terrorists struck Burgas Airport) that the explosion occurred during the loading of baggage onto the bus.

It is possible the explosive device was in the luggage.

According to experts, is likely the bomb exploded accidentally while loading the luggage...

When the bomb exploded part of the group had not yet entered the vehicle.

One of the witnesses - an Israeli - said ... the bomb was placed in the trunk of the bus.

Witnesses told Israeli media that the Bulgarian authorities were slow in their response to the incident, adding that the rescuers "did not seem very concerned."


Anonymous said...

The suspected suicide bomber who blew up a bus of Israeli tourists in Bulgaria was identified by local media as an Islamic militant from Sweden who served two years at Guantanamo Bay.

The reports named the long-haired suspect as Mehdi Ghezali, a Swedish citizen, with Algerian and Finnish origins, the Times of Israel reported, quoting Bulgarian reports.

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Anon said...

Many thanks. I've added to the text.

- Aangirfan

A13 said...

Hi Aang...The usual suspects :)again..

Cheers A13

Anonymous said...

The Guantanamo Bay's project is finally producing some results. If that is the case.

dognamedblue said...

[correct me if I'm wrong but don't we have secret service public records that iran didn't do buenos aires 18 years ago?]

Anonymous said...

Moscow is calling on Washington to give Russian representatives unhindered access to The Ranch for Kids, a Montana respite care home that looks after troubled foreign adoptees, Russian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Alexander Lukashevich said on Friday.

Anonymous said...

Turkish Press
A former U.S. intelligence analyst said Israeli spy network Mossad could be linked to a fatal bombing that killed top security officials in Damascus on July 18.

An unidentified former analyst said "the entire attack smelled of Mossad," according to Kasım Cindemir of daily Habertürk.

Members of the Syrian opposition reportedly claimed Israel played an important part in the attack, with some saying they received satellite images from Mossad showing the building where Syria's National Security Council meeting took place.

Anonymous said...

Well it's obvious this Mehdi dude is not the one in the security video. Look at his beefy chest, his thick neck. The only similarity is the hair color. The man in the security video looks very Caucasian, from the length of his lanky arms, his scrawny neck. Well I have no useful intel to offer, just my honest but not too shabby opinion. Other than that, no matter WHAT gets blown up Mossad, Israel shall be blamed by all. No one believes it's anyone BUT them in all the comments on any website you go to, or any one you ask. I'm glad. They've gotten away with it for so long, it's about time the masses all have come to the proper conclusion.

Anonymous said... has this to say- with image comparison (which see)
"Is the Swedish "suicide bomber" an image match to a stand in news announcer at"

dognamedblue said...

a timely reminder on the false buenos aires bombing:

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