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There is something more to Berg and the situation than meets the eye.
by Jackson Stonewall Tuesday, May. 18, 2004 at 7:19 AM
There are those that contend Berg was already dead when beheaded, the pool of blood below his head proves otherwise.
In viewing the video there some outstanding problems with what happens on it. The first major malfunction is there is an ELEVEN hour gap between the speech by Bergs captors and his execution. Note the clock on the camera jumps from 2:44AM to 13:45 hours MILITARY TIME for 1:45 pm in the afternoon. Most Arabs would NOT have kept military time.
The orange jumpsuit is trademark for US federal and military prisoners, not prisoners in Iraq. The prisoners in Iraq have consistently been held in their own civilian clothing, special note to Pearlman and others.
Another problem is all his captors are large men like US military and all wear bullet proof vests as well as hoods. Most Iraqis are slender build.
The white chair (see below)Berg is seated in is identical to the white chair as the MPs in Abu Ghraib prison outside Baghdad. Now I understand that that white chair can be bought at any Wal-Mart in America, how many Wally World stores do you see in Iraq and Baghdad?
This video was first uploaded from London, England to a now defunct website in a server located in Malaysia. Other websites were shut down as quick as possible here in America. I understand respect for the dead, but there are things about this video that authorities did NOT want scrutinized.
I do not have all the answers, but MANY questions about what we are being told about Berg and his murder. This incident happened just in time to take concentration away from the prisoner abuse scandle.
Berg was questioned three times by the FBI in relation to being a possible terrorist. He was connected through Mussoui the “20th hijacker” to the Oklahoma bombing, as well as 9-11. He had already made three trips to Iraq and was on an Iraqi watch list. There is something more to Berg and the situation than meets the eye.
Notice white chairs as below
Compare to above photo.
Compair to above photo.