Kenyan court frees terror suspect

The judge also said that the police violated Omar’s rights by detaining him for more than two years before arraigning him in court.

Omar was among four other Kenyans cleared of murder, after being detained in connection with the 2002 bombing of an Israeli-owned hotel near Mombasa which killed 15 people. >>>>>

This appears to be yet another false-flag operation that has been blown apart (pun intended).  It’s probably a good idea to re-do an investigation to include three groups of people that may even overlap one another…

1.  The usual suspects.

2.  Who stood to gain?

3. Who are usually ignored because they are immune to prosecution?

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