Ex-Secret Service Man: Bhutto Killing A "Professional Job"
Government explanation loses all credibility as Musharraf looks for Britain, US to bail him out

Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet
Wednesday, January 2, 2007

 

Former Secret Service Assistant Director Bill Pickle tells CNN that the killing of Benazir Bhutto was a "professional job" as the credibility of the initial government explanation for her death dwindles into an outright farce.

With the official government explanation for Bhutto's death (that she died after hitting her head on a sunroof) now completely discredited after footage emerged clearly showing a gunman firing at her before the explosion, Pakistan's President Pervez Musharraf has been forced to bring in London's Scotland Yard to whitewash the ugly aftermath.

The military dictator was no doubt impressed by the Metropolitan Police's execution of innocent Brazilian electrician Jean Charles de Menezes, as well as their disgraceful success in avoiding any reprisals for his murder.

Musharraf is so dependent on his British and American handlers to bail him out of this mess that he is even prepared to hand over control of his nuclear arsenal to them, according to a report in the UK Herald.

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"US special forces snatch squads are on standby to seize or disable Pakistan's nuclear arsenal in the event of a collapse of government authority or the outbreak of civil war following the assassination of Benazir Bhutto," reported the newspaper.

"The troops, augmented by volunteer scientists from America's Nuclear Emergency Search Team organisation, are under orders to take control of an estimated 60 warheads dispersed around six to 10 high-security Pakistani military bases."


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