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    MOSSAD LINKED TO 1990 DEATH OF CANADIAN SCIENTIST Tom Blackwell, National Post, 1/3/03 http://www.nationalpost.com/world/story.html?id=C0BD8684-C66A-4ED1-
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 6, 2003
      MOSSAD LINKED TO 1990 DEATH OF CANADIAN SCIENTIST
      Tom Blackwell, National Post, 1/3/03
      http://www.nationalpost.com/world/story.html?id=C0BD8684-C66A-4ED1-
      871E-B55B3D21CFA5


      BRUSSELS - Belgian police say they have new evidence that a Canadian
      scientist who designed a massive artillery gun for Iraq's Saddam
      Hussein was assassinated by Israeli agents, it was reported
      yesterday.

      The clue is reportedly a piece of jewellery taken off the victim's
      body and seen on the killer years later.

      Gerald Bull was shot execution-style outside his Brussels apartment
      in 1990. Observers have long speculated that the murder was the work
      of Mossad, the feared Israeli spy service.

      Until recently, there has been no hard evidence that the Israelis
      had anything to do with Mr. Bull's demise. The CIA and Iranian
      intelligence have also been suspected.

      But the Brussels newspaper La Dernière Heure reported yesterday that
      Belgian authorities had obtained information "originating from a
      former British possession in Central America" -- possibly Belize --
      that pointed the finger at a Mossad hit man…

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