Prince Bandar bin Sultan (aka Bandar Bush) Dead (?)
Can't believe this one hasn't been mentioned here at blogger. (or more in the mainstream, considering Bandar was something of a regular on mainstream US news programs as Bush 2 cheerleader.
On Sunday, July 29, Voltaire Network reported that Prince Bandar bin Sultan is dead. He served as Saudi Arabia's ambassador to Washington from 1983 to 2005, and was just recentlypromoted to the head of Saudi Arabia's intelligence agency. Apparently, he was killed from injuries suffered in a bomb blast on July 26.
Voltaire Network explains that the attack was orchestrated by the government of Syria as an act of retaliation for the bombing of high-level Syrian generals in Damascus on July 18 that was overseen directly by Prince Bandar, who is also known as Bandar Bush.
Here is an excerpt from Voltaire Network's article called, "Syria reportedly eliminated Bandar bin Sultan in retaliation for Damascus bombing":
"Though not yet announced by the Saudi authorities, the death of Prince Bandar bin Sultan bin Abdulaziz Al Saud has been confirmed to Voltaire Network by unofficial souces.
Prince Bandar had just been appointed head of Saudi intelligence on July 24: a promotion which was interpreted as a reward for having organized the attack in Damascus on July 18. The Saudi services, with logistical support from the CIA, had managed to blow up the headquarters of the Syrian National Security during a Crisis Cell meeting: Generals Assef Chaoukat, Daoud Rajha and Hassan Tourkmani were killed instantly. General Amin Hicham Ikhtiar died soon after from his wounds. This operation, called "Damascus Volcano" was the signal for the attack on the capital by a swarm of mercenaries, mainly coming from Jordan.
Prince Bandar was himself the target of a bomb attack on July 26, and subsequently succumbed to his injuries." .
If the unofficial reports are true then Bandar Bush's absence from the region in this volatile period will be missed by the CIA. Who will steady the ship in Saudi Arabia now that the CIA's safe pair of hands is gone?
The significance of Bandar Bush's death cannot be overstated. It marks the end of an era in U.S.-Saudi relations, and in the history of the Middle East as a whole.
Bandar Bush was credited as Al-Qaeda's chief financier, although the details of his links to the false flag September 11 events have been suppressed in the mainstream press, for obvious reasons.