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Bulgarian Suicide Bomber Identified As CIA Tortured Detainee

by Alexander Higgins

The Bulgarian media say they have identified the suicide bomber that Israel says was Iran’s doing as a CIA torture victim detained in Guantanamo Bay for 2 years.

At this point Guantanamo Bay is beginning to look more like an CIA training ground for false flag operatives than a torture prison for terrorists – especially given the high rate of released “torture victims” who after being released manage to somehow travel around the world under the radar of the international intelligence community only to reappear to at exactly at the right time they are needed to conduct “terrorist attacks” beneficial to the west’s imperialistic political agenda.

The Bulgarian media say the man who conducted yesterday’s terrorist bombings that Israel is using to justify military action against Iran was a former prisoner in the CIA’s torture prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

According to the reports, they have identified the terrorist as Mehdi Ghezali, an Algerian-Swedish Islamist, who was tortured by the CIA for 2 years after he was arrested in Afghanistan following the battle of Tora Bora.

Suspiciously, the man was arrested after being released while traveling with a group of Al-CIAda terrorist that were carrying $10,000 cash and maps of Western embassies along with explosive belts after being released from Gitmo on to be released again.

Ghezali, whose identity has been confirmed not only from CCTV footage (see video below) but also by his fingerprints which were lifted from the scene and sent to the FBI and Interpol for confirmation, also was in possession of a U.S. passport and Michigan Driver’s license which were both able to allow him to travel but which the FBI says they can find no record of.

Yet despite all of this, Israel is point the finger at Iran and has been all over the news say they will retaliate against Iran for the attack.

In fact, it is now being called a ‘legitimate pretext for a war with Iran’.

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