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« Reply #15 on: July 19, 2004, 04:34:49 PM »

Someone belittled B. Kelani's comment regarding conspiracy to kill for political reasons.  Now that I have re-entered this site, you will probably get "newbies" of a cointelpro type that will seek to harass you....I am sorry.  The phenomenon of programmed killers who attack the families of dangerous minds is legion.  Some are extorted into committing the crimes with threats against themselves or their own families.  Better life in prison than death by whatever grotesque means the international organized crime network called "governemnt" employs.  In fact, among the various crime syndicates often hired by international corporate finance capitalism et al, a favored technique is to "work through the family".  Sick, yes, but real and always a legitimate area of investigation in a crime like this.  Who was the killer really, what was his recent history?  did he have drug addictions? did he ever spend time in a prison mental hospital?  What "pack" did he run with?   ON and on.

One thing you can bet on.....the police are chalking it up to just another senseless murder in a community they care little for.  

The question now for B. Kelani might be......where does this suggested intrigue go from here?
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