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PostPosted: Wed Jul 03, 2019 2:42 pm    Post subject: Annecy Murders Reply with quote

It's the case that just won't go away, or rather shouldn't. Four people slaughtered, and two young children injured, and now without parents. Surely they deserve some honest answers? We are tempted to believe the simplest of assumptions. But something is just not right.

I guess my take on it, is similar to others. From the details given, they had just arrived, and perhaps followed and cornered in the lay-by. The car was in reverse, after a sharp (quick) turn, the engine was running, and the back wheels still spinning. the doors were locked. The body of the cyclist who was shot was nowhere near the bike. Suggesting that he had got off to walk up to somebody? The family were probably followed from the campsite. The windows were smashed first on the drivers side, and they were shot through the window. Obviously the work of trained military or special forces types, backed up by a surveillance team, money (and passports if necessary), not an amateur hit man, paid for by a jealous brother after money!

Al- Hilli may have been meeting the chap on the bike to hand over something, but ambushed as he parked in the lay-by. (If you were alone on your bike in the middle of woods, and you heard gun shots ahead of you, you wouldn't get off your bike and walk up to the car as it was going on would you?) Although Mollier had money troubles, and had been working in a nuclear metal works factory, the police don't think it's related.

It could have been a case of in the wrong place at the wrong time, and killed too, so he couldn't describe WHAT he saw, not because he would be able to describe what they looked like.

If it was anything to do with secret services, it may have been rogue assets possibly. The organisations themselves wouldn't necessarily know anything about it.



Quote from Killing Eve says it all. "You know it's all over for intelligence, and secret services......when companies like this one, have more information than the Pentagon and MI6 combined." Peel

You can't help but think that maybe he was involved in something work related, or simply knew too much that was good for him. The race for space , and global domination of the communication/tech network, is just as much a reason for some to get nasty, as it is turfing people off their land, so you can get hold of their oil, or control shipping routes/trade.

(Strange that his wife's ex husband in America, died on the same day.)

Here is a reminder of some of what we have been told so far, and some thoughts from others.

http://tapnewswire.com/2012/09/wasp-im-not-sure-about-source/

(Is it true that the police found a Taser in the house in Surrey too? Who had access to their house while they were away? Were they being watched? Did somebody break in, or was it just a coincidence?)

https://www.abeldanger.org/marine-links-rezko-to-libor-funded/


https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-15156400


https://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/jul/08/saad-al-hilli-wife-secre t-husband-french-alps-murder



https://www.theguardian.com/world/2012/oct/12/french-alps-shooting-pho tographs-taken


https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/france/9531436/Franc e-shooting-was-Saad-Al-Hilli-assassinated-over-secret-defence-contract .html
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