Wednesday, Dec 03, 2008
Among the many people killed in Mumbai last week were some of the City’s top anti-terror peace officers. Hemant Karkare, head of India’s Anti-Terrorism Squad, was the most notable figure to be killed in action, and his story is doubly significant for visitors to this site, because he was in the middle of unraveling a False Flag terror attack, (which occurred on September 29, 2008), and was initially blamed on Muslims, such as the “Students Islamic Movement of India” (SIMI) or the “Indian Mujahideen”.
However, in the course of his investigation of the 9/29 Malegaon bombing Karkare uncovered a surprising connection: an Indian Army officer, Lt-Col Shrikant Purohit was linked to the blasts, and was caught red-handed trying to cover his tracks;
MUMBAI\NASHIK: Cat is out of the basket. Singh has sung. We are on the radar of ATS. Change the SIM card.
These SMS messages sent from Lt-Col Shrikant Purohit to retired Major Ramesh Upadhyay helped nail Purohit and led to his arrest for the September 29 Malegaon bomb blast on Tuesday midnight. He has been booked for murder and conspiracy for a terror act and was remanded to police custody till November 15 by a Nashik court… Source.
Two days before the Mumbai attacks, Karkare received death threats, from unidentified sources.
Apparently, the identity of the lone Mumbai gunman who was captured alive is in question;
Still many questions to be asked about Mumbai. It may really be “India’s 9/11″… but not in the way the establishment press means it.
This article was posted: Wednesday, December 3, 2008 at 12:00 pm