Wednesday, January 31, 2007

"Who Murdered Yitzhak Rabin?" - Chapter Ten/Part One: "The Plot Begins to Unravel"


Chapter Ten/Part One: "The Plot Begins to Unravel"

copyright (c) 1998, 2007, by Mr. Barry Chamish

R&B Editor's Note: The Root & Branch Information Services is serializing the book "Who Murdered Yitzhak Rabin?", by Mr. Barry Chamish, with permission of the author, to commemorate the eleventh anniversary of the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin (November 4, 1995 -- November 4, 2006).

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Chapter Ten/Part Two: "The Plot Begins to Unravel"

October, 1996, saw the blatant inconsistencies between the official version of events surrounding the Rabin assassination and the truth finally clash publicly. Early in the month, Ma'ariv's weekend magazine published a revealing collection of testimony from several policemen and security agents on duty at the assassination scene that fueled suspicions of a conspiracy from many formerly skeptical readers. On October 18, 1996, the author of this piece was the victim of an eight-minute hatchet job on Israeli Television Channel Two's weekend magazine show that was shown the next night. Despite the blatant attempt at character assassination, as Yediot Ahronot reported the Sunday following, the Ma'ariv article succeeded in igniting renewed national interest in the possibility that Rabin's murder was not as officially reported.

The author's appearance on national T.V. introduced to the Israeli public for the first time proof that Rabin was shot in his car and not by Amir outside it. Even before the broadcast was finished, a phone threat arrived. The caller said, "Friend, you are going to leave the country. For your own safety, you had better leave the country". The same caller persisted for two days until I traced his phone number (he lived in Haifa) and complained to the police. Though the calls stopped, the police did not choose to recommend prosecution of the threatener.

The Channel Two news team was incredibly deceitful, telling me they wanted to point out the inconsistencies of the Shamgar Commission. In fact, their goal was to hush me through character assassination. Minutes after the report ended, three Labor Party politicians, including former Health Minister Ephraim Sneh, who knows far more than he is telling, condemned my work and the news team itself arranged to have my lectures with two organizations cancelled.

But, I learned that the media is not the People. I was congratulated for my work by people wherever I went. The effect of the T.V. report was to shock the public with a "radical", "extremist" and "inciteful" theory. Within six months, the theory was accepted by thousands of Israelis.

First the Ma'ariv report. We begin with the issue of whether the alleged assassin Yigal Amir's bullets were real or not. It is not denied by the Shamgar Commission that "blanks, blanks" was yelled by someone while Amir shot his weapon. The conclusion the Commission reached is that Amir yelled it to confuse Rabin's bodyguards, a contention Amir denies. It turns out that more than just "blanks, blanks" was shouted.

S.G., Shabak Agent Under Command of Rabin's bodyguard Yoram Rubin: "I heard very clearly, 'They are not real, they are not real', during the shooting".

A.A., Personal Security Head of the Shabak: "I heard one shot and someone shouting, 'Not real, not real'. I cannot say with certainty if it came from the shooter".

Avi Yahav, Tel Aviv Policeman: "The shooter yelled, 'They are caps, nothing, caps'".

None of the police or security men quoted by Ma'ariv heard the famous "Srak, srak" (blanks, blanks) shout. The scene they describe is of a number of people shouting different phrases. What united the shouters was their belief that blank bullets were being shot.

Withing four months, I had acquired the protocols of Yigal Amir's trial as well as the police reports written on the night of the assassination. What they revealed was that a wide variety of shouts were heard, including, "They are caps", "They are dummy bullets", "It is a toy gun" and "Fake bullets". What follows is a sample of official testimony:

Menachem Damti, Rabin's Driver: "I heard the shouter shout, 'It is nothing'".

Agent Sh: "A policeman shouted, 'Calm down. They are blanks'".

Policeman Ephron Moshe: "People yelled 'Blanks' and 'Fake bullets'".

Accused Assassin Yigal Amir: "I shot and heard 'They are blanks' from someone at the back, right side of the car".

How many bullets were shot?

From Ma'ariv:

A.H., Agent assigned to Yoram Rubin's staff: "I heard one shot, followed by another".

Police to A.A. (his name was later revealed as Adi Azoulai): "Are you certain you only heard one shot?"

A.A.: "Absolutely certain".

Avi Yahav: "I heard a number of shots. I am not sure how many".

S.G.: "As I approached the car, I heard three shots".

From the trial and police records:

Yoram Rubin to the police investigator, Yoni Hirshorn at 01:25, November 5, 1995: "I heard three shots in a row".

Yoram Rubin at Amir's trial: "I heard one shot, a pause and then two more shots".

Shabak Agent A: "I heard a shot, a pause, then another shot. Two shots, not in a row...The sound of the shots was different".

Policeman Yisrael Gabai: "There were three shots. The first one was followed by a pause, then two more in a row".

Policeman Yamin Yitzhak: "There were three shots in a row".

Agent Sh: "I heard three shots but they did not sound like normal shots. A policeman told me they were blanks".

Agent Ayin: "I heard one shot and then people shouting, 'It was not real'. I was interrogated by the Shabak before the police and I told both that I only heard one shot".

Yigal Amir: "I paused between the first and second shots".

Policeman Avi Yahav: "I have been to countless target practices and this shot did not sound like a gun shot. If it was a shot, it was a dud".

Police Officer Moshe Ephron: "I heard two shots but maybe there could have been three. The wall at Gan Ha'Ir may have amplified the sound...The shots did not sound natural. If they were real shots, they should have sounded much louder".

Police Officer Shai Tiram: "They did not sound like normal shots, more like a firecracker than a gunshot. They were not loud enough to be gunshots...The first shout sounded very different than the next two".

Policeman Chanan Amram: "It did not sound like a gunshot, too quiet for that...First there was a pop noise, followed by another two".

Policeman Yamin Yitzhak: I heard three shots in a row".

Yoram Rubin: "The shots sounded real to me".

Police Officer Yossi Smadja to Ma'ariv in July, 1996: "I will swear I heard five shots, two clear and three muffled".

One policeman after another testified that he heard blanks or something other than a real bullet being fired. This is ample expert witness testimony that Amir's bullet(s) was, in fact, not real. But how does one rationally explain the great variance in the number of shots heard? The Kempler film only shows Amir shooting once. A second shot is heard shortly after but is not seen because the film maker at that moment appears to have decided to film the floor of the balcony above the crime scene.

The inability of security and police personnel trained to testify in court to agree on the number of shots is puzzling but on one issue all agree; none thought Rabin was hurt.

(Next installment, Chapter Ten/Part Two. To be continued...)

Shabbat Shalom from Modi'in,

Mr. Barry Chamish

The Bible Says:

"How is the faithful city [Jerusalem] become a harlot. She that was full of justice, righteousness lodged in her, but now murderers. Your silver is become dross, your wine is mixed with water. Your princes are rebellious and companions of thieves; every one loves bribes, and follows after rewards; they judge not the fatherless, neither does the cause of the widow come to them.

Therefore, says the Lord, the Lord of hosts, the Mighty One of Israel: Ah, I will ease Me of My adversaries, and avenge Me of My enemies; and I will turn My hand upon you, and purge away your dross as with lye, and will take away all your allow; and I will restore your judges as at the first, and your counsellors as at the beginning; afterward you [Jerusalem] shall be called the city of righteousness, the faithful city. Zion shall be redeemed with justice, and they who return of her with righteousness.

But the destruction of the transgressors and the sinners shall be together, and they who forsake the Lord shall be consumed. For they shall be ashamed of the terebinths which you have desired, and you shall be confounded for the garden that you have chosen. For you shall be as a terebinth whose leaf fades, and as a garden that has no water. And the strong shall be as tow, and his work as a spark, and they shall both burn together, and none shall quench them".

[Yeshayahu/Isaiah 1:21-31]

Yitzhak Rabin was sacrificed by the Israeli oligarchy.

Forbes Reinforces Claim That Kadima is Tool of Oligarchs

Forbes Israel reported Sunday that twelve business groups control Israel's economy - making it among the most concentrated on the globe. The report echoes warnings by journalist Ari Shavit.
Now let Forbes or other brave souls interested in the plain truth of this treacherous matter, expose how such business groups and criminal families are directly paying tribute to their German-Jesuit EU Masters intent on "acquiring" Israel as a personal possession and Jerusalem as their crown jewel.

Woe to Ariel! (Jerusalem to suffer EU occupation)

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