Does this Hearst Corporation editorial page cartoon in the 4 October 1985 edition of the now-defunct
Los Angeles Herald-Examiner constitute evidence of a conspiracy to commit a political assassination a week later
on 11 October 1985?
Below is a Bill Schorr cartoon that appeared on the editorial page of the now defunct Los Angeles Herald Examiner
on 4 October 1985, exactly a week before Alex Odeh was killed in an explosion when he opened the door of his office in Santa
Ana, California, on the morning of 11 October 1985.
Normally Alex's administrative assistant Hind Baki would
arrive first to open the office each morning, but on this day it was Alex who opened the door, which was rigged with a bomb.
Look carefully at the cartoon. Can you find Hind Baki's name in it?
To blend printed information among the pen strokes of a cartoon is a known military intelligence technique
for conveying secret communications.
For many years in civilian life, the noted cartoonist, the late Al Hirschfeld, would amuse newspaper audiences who would look and look and look until they would finally find his daughter Nina's name
hidden in each of his cartoons. Still can't find Hind Baki's name? Look again at this blowup:
In this case, one must ask, was the assassination of Alex Odeh a military intelligence operation carried
out in tandem with the denouement of the Achille Lauro affair? Was the editorial page of this Hearst newspaper used
to carry out the assassination with a signal planted inside this Bill Schorr cartoon? If you still haven't found BAKI
in the cartoon, then go back to the blow-up above and focus on the side panel of the truck right under the large white letters
NO. NO BAKI sounds a tad bit negative, wouldn't you say? Sounds like a threat to me!
could have done such a thing? Who would have done such a thing? Who within the FBI could turn the investigation
away from these weird, disturbing facts? Who within the FBI would turn the investigation away from these weird and disturbing
facts? There is a praxis of evil in our government that frames Arabs and Muslims in sting and false flag operations
when not murdering them directly!
Is the lack of progress in the FBI's investigation of the Alex Odeh
assassination indicative of the Talmudic law of the Moser at work? The Talmudic law of the Moser prohibits a Jew from informing on another Jew to a non-Jew. Think about
it! Hind Baki is from Syria and Alex was a displaced Palestinian. Here's the invitation she sent me to visit with
Alex at his home in Orange County. It is among the last, if not the very last item to be mailed from this office the
day before the bomb exploded.
Again, I repeat: Is the lack of progress in the investigation into the assassination of Alex
Odeh due to the Talmudic law of the Moser, which prohibits a Jew from informing on another Jew to a non-Jew, directly or indirectly?
To read copies
of some of the correspondence that I have undertaken over the course of decades to urge a full, fair and unbiased investigation
of the murder of Alex Odeh, please go to http://www.show-the-house.com/id33.html. Thank you!
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