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Second Video Shows Turkish Gunman's Movements Before Shooting Russian Ambassador

Chris Menahan

InformationLiberation
Dec. 20, 2016

http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=56004

Quote:New video has surfaced showing the assassination of Russian ambassador Andrey Karlov from a different angle.

The shooter, 22-year-old Turkish off-duty policeman Mevlüt Mert Altıntaş, can be seen fidgeting and reaching into his coat while standing behind the ambassador for over a minute and a half.

At the 1:40 mark, Altıntaş pulls a gun from his coat and starts firing.

The camera cuts away almost immediately and the crowd is seen fleeing in panic.

Though the video is not particularly graphic, the beginning of the shooting is seen and viewers may find it disturbing.


Whatreallyhappened's Mike Rivero comments of the assassin:
Quote:He sure doesn't look "off duty." He looks like he was a part of the security detail! Shades of Indira Gandhi!
"There are three sorts of conspiracy: by the people who complain, by the people who write, by the people who take action. There is nothing to fear from the first group, the two others are more dangerous; but the police have to be part of all three,"

Joseph Fouche
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Paul Rigby Wrote:Second Video Shows Turkish Gunman's Movements Before Shooting Russian Ambassador

Chris Menahan

InformationLiberation
Dec. 20, 2016

http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=56004

Quote:New video has surfaced showing the assassination of Russian ambassador Andrey Karlov from a different angle.

The shooter, 22-year-old Turkish off-duty policeman Mevlüt Mert Altıntaş, can be seen fidgeting and reaching into his coat while standing behind the ambassador for over a minute and a half.

At the 1:40 mark, Altıntaş pulls a gun from his coat and starts firing.

The camera cuts away almost immediately and the crowd is seen fleeing in panic.

Though the video is not particularly graphic, the beginning of the shooting is seen and viewers may find it disturbing.


Whatreallyhappened's Mike Rivero comments of the assassin:
Quote:He sure doesn't look "off duty." He looks like he was a part of the security detail! Shades of Indira Gandhi!

Footage from Twitter: https://twitter.com/Altmimy_1/status/811173402811781120
"There are three sorts of conspiracy: by the people who complain, by the people who write, by the people who take action. There is nothing to fear from the first group, the two others are more dangerous; but the police have to be part of all three,"

Joseph Fouche
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#13
I did a quick google search and some sources suggest a heart shot can cause instant unconsciousness from loss of blood pressure, like fainting when one stands up too quickly. Different sources suggest otherwise. Hard to believe he wouldn't be moving his hands in some way for at least a moment if he was conscious.

Perhaps they re-enacted it to get the public outrage effect while sparing the deceased ambassador's dignity.
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#14
News breaking says that German police have now found the ID card of the driver of the Christmas market truck terrorist.

::face.palm::

Someone should do a back-count of how many passports and other identifying papers have been found in major terrorist attacks in recent years. I can think of 9/11 and Charlie Hedbo of the top of my head.

It's the same intelligence playbook that we see all the time and screams false flag to me.
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He was not on the Ankara Police Diplomatic Protection squad. He was a riot policeman. He had been off-duty for two days before and was also off duty the day of this event. He WAS considered [by those there] to have been part of the on-duty protection. The question not answered is how he came to 'become' security for that event when this was not his training nor his unit and it was his day off from being a riot policeman. So far, I've not heard anyone explain this. Yes, Ankara is saying he is Guleanist and went to one of their schools as a child or teen. But other than that no one so far I've heard has really tried to explain anything. Another issue is if the police who came and shot him were doing so because the had to [self-defense] or if they really should have arrested him and chose not to [or had orders not to] to silence him.
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Peter Lemkin Wrote:He was not on the Ankara Police Diplomatic Protection squad. He was a riot policeman. He had been off-duty for two days before and was also off duty the day of this event. He WAS considered [by those there] to have been part of the on-duty protection. The question not answered is how he came to 'become' security for that event when this was not his training nor his unit and it was his day off from being a riot policeman. So far, I've not heard anyone explain this. Yes, Ankara is saying he is Guleanist and went to one of their schools as a child or teen. But other than that no one so far I've heard has really tried to explain anything. Another issue is if the police who came and shot him were doing so because the had to [self-defense] or if they really should have arrested him and chose not to [or had orders not to] to silence him.

ISIS shares list of Russian embassies online in a bid to encourage more attacks - as it emerges assassin who killed ambassador was a bodyguard of Turkey's president

By SARAH DEAN and PAUL THOMPSON IN ANKARA, TURKEY and WILL STEWART IN MOSCOW FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 09:03, 21 December 2016 | UPDATED: 16:35, 21 December 2016

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-...ident.html

Quote:ISIS has attempted to capitalise on the assassination of Russia's ambassador to Turkey by sharing a list of embassies on social media.

Jihadists published a PDF file of Russian consulate addresses around the world online after Monday's attack in Ankara.

It comes as a photo has emerged appearing to show gunman Mevlut Mert Altintas, 22, as a supporter of Turkish President Erdogan.

Pro-government media has attempted to link Altintas to the Gulen movement, the same group that was blamed for the failed coup in July.

Now sources have confirmed Altintas was part of the presidential bodyguard in the weeks after the failed coup in July. A picture on social media is believed to show the off-duty police officer turned killer at an AKP event for Erdogan's conservative party.

Turkish authorities said Altintas took part in eight events involving President Erdogan. It has not been revealed what his duties were or how close he actually got to the President during his brief assignment.
"There are three sorts of conspiracy: by the people who complain, by the people who write, by the people who take action. There is nothing to fear from the first group, the two others are more dangerous; but the police have to be part of all three,"

Joseph Fouche
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#17
The New York Times is now officially a Puppet Without Strings

The assassination of Ambassador Karlov in Ankara and the self-incriminating WWI wet dreams of the New York Times

December 21st, 2016 - Fort Russ News -
- Op-Ed - By Umberto Pascali

http://www.fort-russ.com/2016/12/the-new...ially.html

Quote:Shockingly, one of the first thing the NYT stressed in its coverage of the terrorist assassination of ambassador Andrei Karlov was that " he social media" compared this monstrous and clearly inspired contract murder to the assassination of Sarajevo in 1914 of the heir to the Austrian throne and his pregnant wife that triggered WWI. The NYT, the voice of the most unhinged liberal imperialists, is in the middle of a campaign against what they call the "fake news" spread by the "social media" on the internet. I.e. the news most people read in order to escape the grotesque falsehoods spread by the NYT, the Washington Post, the CNN, and the other official media. Despite this anti social media frenzy, the Times cannot find anything more appropriate than starts its learned evaluation warning about the "larger consequences" of Karlov assassination. And which authority the Times quote to analyze these "larger consequences"? Simple: the social media. "On the Social media, many drew parallels to the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, which helped set off World War I…"

http://mobile.nytimes.com/2016/12/19/wor...oogle.com/

After having made its point that the murder of Ambassador Karlov like murder of Franz Ferdinand; and thus: the beginning of WWI with the Sarajevo attempt is comparable to a possible trigger for WWII with tThe Times is forced to write that this is "a comparison that analysts, thankfully, reject." But the journalistic trick had been already performed, the stone had been thrown and the hand has been hidden. The attention of the reader is concentrated on that parallel: this is the beginning of a world war!

Luckily, the New York Times has lost whatever credibility it had left. The events in the real world is not going into the direction of a war triggered by a terrorist act that most likely was commissioned exactly to reach that monstrous purpose. A scenario that is very similar to the shooting down of the Russian Su-24 by Turkey and the assassination of the pilot on Nov 24 2015. Also that criminal set up was aimed at provoking an irremediable war confrontation between Turkey and Russia and then between NATO and Russia. But it did not work. And it's working even less now. Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov stated immediately after the murder of Ambassador Karlov: "We are confident that the main aim of those who plotted this barbaric thing was to undermine the process of normalization of relations between Russia and Turkey in order to prevent effective fight against terrorism in Syria." http://tass.com/politics/920731

In vain, the Times asks in the same article: "Could this lead to a conflict between Turkey and Russia?" The answer is: no!

Instead, what is happening in the real world is that the liberal imperialists and the associated Neocons have lost their war to provoke a war! What could have looked as diabolically clever few years ago, is now self-incriminating! Everybody can read between the lines. The scenario of a world war unleashed by the Ankara murder is now an analysis is a scenario a wet dream of those who uses to decide the sorts of the world. It is now time to look through that chain of command that has controlled the weapon of terrorism.

Now is the moment, when the attempt to bring in the White House, Hillary Clinton the deranged instrument of the liberal imperialists and of the war party has failed miserably. Today December 19 marks the end of the illusions to glue backtogether the pieces of the broken Clintonian Humpty Dumpty. She is out; the Neocons are for the moment out. And in this very Dec 19 we saw the last ferocious attempts of the Neocon beast. We saw it in Ankara and we saw it with the massacre in Berlin.

These are painful tests. But the instigators of these acts, the instigators of terrorisms are now puppets without strings. And what used to be the brainwashing ability of the New York Times is now becoming a self-incriminating evidence. In 1914, powerful financial institutions in London and New York were dreaming of a cataclysmic war confrontation that would pit countries against countries in a gigantic Divide and Conquer. They were dreaming of a fire that would have destroyed the ability of countries to be independent and sovereign. The Assassination of Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo triggered (not caused) exactly that process. And those financial institutions acquired an unchallengeable power to dominate the finance and the politics of whole countries. They acquired the ability to make those countries pay with the periodical destruction of their economies and, when needed, with the life of their citizens for the insane need of financial looting.

But now there will not be another WWI to save these powerful cutthroats who are ready to do anything to conserve their power. No, the last well-organized terrorist crimes on this December 2016 will not trigger a world war like the Sarajevo 1914. No, Europe and the world will not be forced into an unprecedented carnage with the death of millions, the destruction of economies simply to give back to powerful financial institutions their power to loot.
"There are three sorts of conspiracy: by the people who complain, by the people who write, by the people who take action. There is nothing to fear from the first group, the two others are more dangerous; but the police have to be part of all three,"

Joseph Fouche
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#18
Paul Rigby Wrote:
Peter Lemkin Wrote:He was not on the Ankara Police Diplomatic Protection squad. He was a riot policeman. He had been off-duty for two days before and was also off duty the day of this event. He WAS considered [by those there] to have been part of the on-duty protection. The question not answered is how he came to 'become' security for that event when this was not his training nor his unit and it was his day off from being a riot policeman. So far, I've not heard anyone explain this. Yes, Ankara is saying he is Guleanist and went to one of their schools as a child or teen. But other than that no one so far I've heard has really tried to explain anything. Another issue is if the police who came and shot him were doing so because the had to [self-defense] or if they really should have arrested him and chose not to [or had orders not to] to silence him.

ISIS shares list of Russian embassies online in a bid to encourage more attacks - as it emerges assassin who killed ambassador was a bodyguard of Turkey's president

By SARAH DEAN and PAUL THOMPSON IN ANKARA, TURKEY and WILL STEWART IN MOSCOW FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 09:03, 21 December 2016 | UPDATED: 16:35, 21 December 2016

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-...ident.html

Quote:ISIS has attempted to capitalise on the assassination of Russia's ambassador to Turkey by sharing a list of embassies on social media.

Jihadists published a PDF file of Russian consulate addresses around the world online after Monday's attack in Ankara.

It comes as a photo has emerged appearing to show gunman Mevlut Mert Altintas, 22, as a supporter of Turkish President Erdogan.

Pro-government media has attempted to link Altintas to the Gulen movement, the same group that was blamed for the failed coup in July.

Now sources have confirmed Altintas was part of the presidential bodyguard in the weeks after the failed coup in July. A picture on social media is believed to show the off-duty police officer turned killer at an AKP event for Erdogan's conservative party.

Turkish authorities said Altintas took part in eight events involving President Erdogan. It has not been revealed what his duties were or how close he actually got to the President during his brief assignment.

While a strange turn of events, it is not clear if he was an Erdogan bodyguard to guard him or to kill him. On the internet, I see it being spun both ways. Whoever he was, he certainly knew, as he himself said to the watchers of the murder, that he'd 'not leave this alive', and he did not. I wonder what Sibel Edmonds thinks about this....
"Let me issue and control a nation's money and I care not who writes the laws. - Mayer Rothschild
"Civil disobedience is not our problem. Our problem is civil obedience! People are obedient in the face of poverty, starvation, stupidity, war, and cruelty. Our problem is that grand thieves are running the country. That's our problem!" - Howard Zinn
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David Guyatt Wrote:News breaking says that German police have now found the ID card of the driver of the Christmas market truck terrorist.

::face.palm::

Someone should do a back-count of how many passports and other identifying papers have been found in major terrorist attacks in recent years. I can think of 9/11 and Charlie Hedbo of the top of my head.

It's the same intelligence playbook that we see all the time and screams false flag to me.


BERLIN TRUCK TERROR SUSPECT AND THE CURIOUS MATTER OF ID PAPERS LEFT BEHIND

Not the First Time a Terror Suspect Apparently Left a Paper Trail -- or Was Previously Known

[Image: image00-10-700x467.jpg]Photo credit: Adapted by WhoWhatWhy from DutchGamingCommunity DGC / YouTube, Bundesrepublik Deutschland / Wikimedia and Screenshot
Today, WhoWhatWhy has seen heavy traffic coming from Google searches that point to a story we ran almost two years ago. Why the sudden interest? It took us only a moment to discover the connection: We had written about the odd phenomenon of terrorists repeatedly leaving ID papers behind at the scene. And now, with the Berlin truck attack, we see yet another such example.
We also see that, in a pattern we have previously reported on with other terror incidents, the suspect was already known to authorities had even been in custody, but was released.
From CNN:
The Berlin truck attack suspect had been arrested in August with forged documents on his way to Italy but was released by a judge, a German security official tells CNN.
The suspect's identity papers were found inside the truck used in Monday's attack on a Christmas market, which left 12 people dead, German security officials said.
The suspect was known to German security services as someone in contact with radical Islamist groups, and had been assessed as posing a risk, Interior Minister of North Rhine-Westphalia Ralf Jaeger told reporters.
The suspect was believed to have entered Germany in July 2015, Jaeger said. His asylum request was refused in June, and Tunisian authorities were informed when the deportation process started.
What does it all mean? That's for you to decide. You can start by reading the original article, below.
Original story:

One intriguingif barely discussedaspect of the Paris massacre was the quick progress authorities made in their investigation.
According to CNN, this was thanks to a staggering errorby one of the two now-dead alleged perpetrators. The man, Said Kouachi, reportedly left his identification card in the abandoned getaway vehicle. "It was their only mistake," Dominique Rizet, police and justice consultant for CNN-affiliate BFMTV, opined.
[Image: Said-Kouachis-ID-card.-Allegedly-found-i...00x217.jpg]Said Kouachi's ID card. Allegedly found in the getaway car.

[Image: 21-300x1.jpg]Nonetheless, it was a most curious mistake.
After all, this is the same man who went to such trouble to seemingly hide his identity by wearing a mask.
***
Intriguingly, such apparent gaffes have marked other watershed violence. Consider these examples, and draw your own conclusion:
The Bundle of James Earl Ray: The accused killer of Martin Luther King escaped from a prison shortly before the attack, and left several items on the sidewalk near the assassination sitein a bundle that included his rifle, binoculars, clothing, his prison radio, and a newspaper clipping revealing where King would be staying.
[Image: Bundle-of-evidence-dropped-by-James-Earl-Ray..jpg]Bundle of evidence dropped by James Earl Ray.

The Wallet of Lee Harvey Oswald: The alleged assassin of John F. Kennedy and killer of Officer J.D.Tippit purportedly dropped his wallet, which was found at the scene of Tippit's murder. To some, this appeared a little too neat. In any case, original law enforcement reports with this scenario were almost immediately replaced by another version: that the police took the wallet from him after he was arrested. (See "Assignment: Oswald" by former FBI agent James P. Hosty.)
[Image: Oswald%E2%80%99s-military-ID-said-to-hav...00x203.jpg]Oswald's military ID, said to have been stained by FBI fingerprinting fluid.

[Image: Contents-of-Oswalds-wallet.-300x200.jpg]Contents of Oswald's wallet.

The Visa of Satam al-Suqami: This identify document of one of the alleged 9/11 hijackers somehow survived unscathed a few blocks from the twin towers, though the plane itself was virtually obliterated.
[Image: Visa-belonging-to-Satam-al-Suqami-300x212.jpg]Visa belonging to Satam al-Suqami

The Passports belonging to Ziad Jarrah and Saeed al-Ghamdi: The passports of two alleged hijackers of United Airlines Flight 93 supposedly survived the fiery crash in Pennsylvania that left the aircraft itself charred and widely scatteredwith one passport entirely intact.
[Image: Remains-of-Ziad-Jarrahs-visa.-300x201.jpg]Remains of Ziad Jarrah's visa.

[Image: Passport-of-Saeed-al-Ghamdi.jpg]Passport of Saeed al-Ghamdi
"Let me issue and control a nation's money and I care not who writes the laws. - Mayer Rothschild
"Civil disobedience is not our problem. Our problem is civil obedience! People are obedient in the face of poverty, starvation, stupidity, war, and cruelty. Our problem is that grand thieves are running the country. That's our problem!" - Howard Zinn
"If there is no struggle there is no progress. Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and never will" - Frederick Douglass
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#20
How many dead US ambassadors have their been in recent times? Last one I recall was the one murdered in Libya.

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4 dead Russian Ambassadors in 3 months

Adam Garrie

Russia's long time ambassador to the UN has died suddenly in New York - this is the fourth Russian diplomat who has died in the last 3 months.
Vitaly Churkin was one of the wisest voices in international diplomacy. His voice will no longer echo in the halls of the United Nations. Articulate, polite yet commanding, wise yet affable, he oversaw some of Russia's and the world's most important events in a position he occupied since 2006.
Churkin had to face a great deal of hostile criticism from both the Bush and Obama administrations during his time at the UN, but he always did so with grace. He never failed to explain the Russian position with the utmost clarity.
Standing next to some of his colleagues, he often looked like a titan in a room full of school children.
His death, a day before his 65th birthday, is a tragedy first and foremost for his family, friends and colleagues. It is also a deeply sad day for the cause of justice, international law and all of the principles of the UN Charter which Churkin admirably upheld in the face of great obstacles.
His death however raises many uncomfortable questions…
Here are 5 things that must be considered:
1. A Macabre Pattern Has Emerged
Beginning in 2015, there were several deaths within the Russian Diplomatic corps and a special Russian Presidential adviser.
LESIN
First there was Russia's RT founder and special adviser to President Putin, Mikhail Lesin. He died in November of 2015 in his hotel room. Reports said that he appeared discombobulated during his last sighting before he died. Later it emerged that he died of a blunt head trauma. Drinking was blamed, but many questions were left unanswered.
MALANIN
Earlier last month, Andrei Malanin, a Senior Russian Diplomat to Greece was found dead in his bathroom. The causes of death remain unknown.
KADAKIN
Just last month, Russia's Ambassador to India, Alexander Kadakin, an always prestigious role, died of a heart attack, although no one was aware of any previous health issues.
KARLOV
In December of last year Russia's Ambassador to Turkey was assassinated by a lone jihadi gunmen in an art gallery. There was no effective security as the killer simply walked up to Ambassador Andrei Karlov and shot him multiple times in the back.
CHURKIN
Vitaly Chirkin is the highest profile member of Russia's diplomatic corps to die in recent years.
2. A Motive For Foul Play?
Each of the recently deceased Russian Ambassadors were high profile targets for miscreants and criminals, whether state actors, mercenaries or fanatics.
Lesin was a instrumental in the creation of RT, a news outlet which has come under constant attack from the western establishment.
Malanin had overseen a period of warming fraternal relations between Greece and Russia at a time when Greece is feeling increasingly alienated from both the EU and NATO.
Karlov is said to be responsible for helping to facilitate the rapprochement between Presidents Erdogan and Putin.
Kadakin oversaw a period of renewed tensions between India and Pakistan at a time when Russia was trying to continue its good relations with India whilst building good relations with Pakistan.
On the 31st of December, 2016, Churkin's resolution on a ceasefire in Syria passed in the UN Security Council after months of deadlock. The resolution is still in force.
Anyone who wanted to derail the diplomatic successes that the aforementioned men achieved for Russia would have a clear motive to extract vengeance.
3. Who Stands To Gain?
In the matter of Karlov, any derailment of restored Russo-Turkish relations would be good for those happy for Turkey to continue her support of jihadists in Syria rather than moving towards accepting a Russian and indeed Iranian brokered peace process which respects the sovereignty of Syria as Russia and Iran always have, but Turkey has not.
In the case of Lesin, anyone wanting vengeance' for RT's popularity would be able to say that a kind of former media boss was taken down.
For Malanin, many fear that if Grexit' happens, Russia will become an increasingly important partner for Greece. The EU would not like one of its vassal states enjoying fruitful relations with Russia, a country still under sanctions from Brussels.
For Kadakin, it is a matter of interest for those wanting Pakistan to continue favouring western powers and not wanting Russia to be able to mediate in conflict resolutions between New Delhi and Islamabad.
Churkin had come to dominate the UN in ways that his counterparts on the Security Council simply could not. No one really stood a chance in a debate with Churkin. His absence leaves open the possibility for a power vacuum that would makes other peoples' jobs easier.
4. Where The Deaths Took Place
Each death took place on foreign soil. Mr. Karlov's killing in particular, exposed the weakness of his security contingent. If security was that weak in a comparatively volatile place like Turkey, it goes without saying that security in states considered more politically stable would be even more lax.
Again it must be said that a non-biased detective might say that the only pattern which has emerged is that many people in the Russian diplomatic corps and related institutions have heart attacks. Maybe they eat fatty foods every day and drink and smoke too much. But if this was this case, why are the heart attacks all on foreign soil?
If all of the former Ambassadors except Karlov were really in bad health, is it really just a coincidence that none of these men had a health scare on Russian soil? Again, a pattern has emerged.

5. The Ethics of Speculation?
Many will say that it is too early to suspect foul play. Indeed, I must make it clear that this is simply speculation based on a pattern of tragic and at times unexplained events, combined with the objective reality that because of Russia's recently elevated profile as a born-again geopolitical superpower, Russia is a bigger target for international criminals than it was in the broken 1990s or the more quiet early 2000s.
When such events happen, one's duty is to speculate so that better health and safety precautions are taken to ensure the wellbeing of Russia's important diplomats. Furthermore, if foul play is a factor, it means that such seemingly unrelated events must be investigated more thoroughly.

Russia has historically suffered from invasion, revolution and more recently from immense international pressure. The Russian people, like Russia's ambassadors are entitled to the peace and long lives deserved by any member of a country that has suffered for too long.

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