London Bombing: Ex-Mossad Chief Reveals Too Much?
Global News Matrix | July 14 2005
How did ex-Mossad chief Efraim Halevy know that the London bombings were "multiple, simultaneous explosions" when he wrote his warmonger screed for the Jerusalem Post on July 7 -- the very same day of the London Bombing?
Did Halevi reveal too much operational knowledge?
"The multiple, simultaneous explosions that took place today on the London transportation system were the work of perpetrators who had an operational capacity of considerable scope," Halevy began.
Was he decribing an operation with which he was familiar - since it was not widely known that the bombs exploded "simultaneosly"?
Also, It was reported that Israeli officials were ordered not to make public comments on the London Bombing.
Then there is this troubling quote from Halevi, when he wrote --
"There was careful planning, intelligence gathering, and a sophisticated choice of timing as well as near-perfect execution."
How would Halevi know the bombings were executed "near-perfectly," and not "imperfectly" or "perfectly," -- on the same day of the attacks?
What were his criteria of "success"?
Did Halevi know what "perfect" execution should have entailed?
That comment opens up a Pandora's Box of possible explanations.
What does Halevi really know about the London Bombings?
Sharon obviously didn't muzzle Halevi in time