The assassination itself still has many unanswered questions: was the assassin acting alone or on someone’s behalf or with the assistance of others; why did Turkish intelligence and law enforcement forces not provide sufficient security for the ambassador; what was the motive behind the attack and why was the assassin killed rather than captured? Additionally, a Turkish judge issued a media ban on the attack, making it more difficult to understand and reveal facts about the assassination. In order to inform the international community and reduce the chances of such an attack happening against other diplomatic dignitaries in Turkey, the Turkish government needs to be transparent about the findings of the investigation, demonstrating it has solid, objective evidence provided in a timely manner.
Phi Beta Iota: A blockbuster of a read from a PhD former counterterrorism officer in Turkey.
Best reconstruction video that illustrates that the truck never crossed the market taking into consideration the speed, the space and the angle that had to be made. Possible it was moved backwards through the fence to give the impression that it had crossed the market. But that causes all kinds of anomalies given the so-called damage on other footage.
In the weeks leading up to his assassination, at the hands of top NATO officials themselves who ordered the job, Chandelon reportedly came in possession of additional dossiers that document supplementary details for the previously assumed €250 billion black hole in NATO’s books. It is believed that the data included therein would also have enabled Chandelon to be at the basis of corruption charges being brought against NATO’s top officials and the Belgian government, who hosts the dubious NATO headquarters in its capital district, and enough incriminating evidence concerning NATO’s secret funding of real terror cells both in the Middle East (Syria, Iraq, Libya, Egypt, Yemen, Palestine) AND in Europe, including in Turkey.