FIFTH POST – AUGUST 24, 2012 – MICHEL SAMAHA FRAMED BY HARIRI THUGS POSING AS SYRIAN AGENTS.
This just came in via Riad in Beirut straight to SyrPer: Justice Ministry officials are troubled by the nature of the offense with which Michel Samaha is charged under Lebanese Criminal Law. It appears that Saad Hariri thugs working with CIA operatives in Lebanon managed to snooker Samaha into believing an undercover agent working for Lebanese General Security was an agent of Syrian Military Intelligence. According to the Hariri narrative, the CIA doctored-up Samaha’s conversations with Syrian intelligence officials and turned them over to Lebanese security who interpreted the tapes with substantial circumspection. However, Lebanese Security wanted to test Samaha and were directed toward a confidential informant who was a Hariri factotum. The story then evolved into the CI inviting Samaha to a home in a Lebanese town and telling him that Syria needed him to transport something “very important”. According to the report, Samaha agreed but may not necessarily have known that the materiel was explosives or for what specific purpose the substance was to be used.
Saad Hariri tries to look like a Saudi because his real father was a member of the “royal” family.
When Samaha met up with the CI last month, he accepted a quantity of explosives which was destined originally for the terrorists in Syria but which wound up with the Lebanese authorities after their delivery was interdicted at Jounieh harbor through the efforts of port authority agents alerted by pro-Syrian militias. Like contraband used by the DEA for undercover operations, the normally comatose Lebanese General Intelligence Directorate was stunned into action by Hariri himself whom Riad said had promised the officials “99 houris in the afterlife, a pack of Marlboros and their own DuPont cigarette lighter”. Samaha, who would never have involved himself in such shenanigans was entrapped by Lebanese officials acting in the interest of a Lebanese/Saudi Knaben–Kuppler who doesn’t dare travel to Beirut – living instead in France on his father’s patrimony – snorting absinthe with a besotted and chastened Jacques Chirac.
In the meantime, Samaha’s lawyers are trying to get him freed on bond with a Lebanese judicial system as politicized as its Parliament. Let’s see which judge is next. At least we are finished with Sa’id Mirza. Samaha has withdrawn any alleged admissions he has made. It is my understanding that he has learned that the entire caper was a trap laid by the CIA.