Wednesday, September 07, 2005

Syria Makes a Deal In Hariri Assassination

Syria is currently working on a deal with the Lebanese government that will deflect blame for the assassination of former Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri. Seems the squeeze that Syria has been putting on Lebanon for the last two months is paying off in regards to whether Lebanon will disclose the role Syria played in the assassination.

As the investigation plays out it seems clear that Syria played an enormous role in carrying out the attack and it is quite likely that either members of his staff or Syrian President Bashar Assad himself could be indicted. Perhaps that is why Assad has removed himself from his country's delegation to next weeks United Nation's world summit. I think he is afraid of being arrested and brought for trial before the World Court. Hmmm, that World Court is a m*therf*cker when it can be used against you eh?

Stay tuned as this plays out over the next few weeks. I would also like to see Assad nailed for allowing terrorists to enter Iraq from his country and it would be nice if he came clean and disclosed that he is holding Saddam Hussein’s weapons of mass destruction. Hey, I can wish right? Have a wonderful day everyone.

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