Uruguay: Israeli embassy worker suspected in planting fake bomb


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JERUSALEM POST

Police in Uruguay named an Israeli embassy security worker as the main suspect in planting a fake bomb on June 17 outside the Montevideo World Trade Center building which houses the Israeli Embassy.

According to a report in local newspaper El Observador, the suspect has been an Israeli embassy security worker for the past eight years and also has performed similar security work for a number of local Jewish groups.

Judge Nestor Valetti told the paper that “After viewing the security footage, intelligence officials came to the conclusion that this person was suspicious.” Still, both Valetti and the case’s prosecutor could not give a definitive ruling.

The suspect has since been released from custody due to insufficient evidence and his computer is now being searched.

The device was found by police inside of a sardine can that contained wires, a battery and a switch, though the device did not contain explosive material.

A similar device was discovered by police last November some 70 meters from the building. On that occasion, the embassy was evacuated as a matter of caution, and no injuries were reported. In December, a senior Iranian diplomat was forced to leave Uruguay after he was suspected of involvement in the incident.

Police officials said after that incident that the device was apparently planted in order to “measure” police response times.

  1. #1 by Tapp on 07/05/2015 - 9:34

    They never stop… The filthy lot

  2. #2 by bikpet on 07/05/2015 - 9:34

    There is only one way to stop them/

  3. #3 by Stevicus on 07/05/2015 - 9:34

    What with countries allocating millions for “Jewish security” , manufacturing “anti semetism” is going to produce some very lucrative rewards for them.
    “Holocaust survivors” are disappearing, so that income stream is drying up to some degree, at least theres no growth in that area despite one or two innovations. Enter the new `mini holocaust` where a Rabbi can paint a swastika on a Synagogue door, then with the help of his friends & a number of uncountable Jewish groups can lobby a government for protection money & special favours …

  4. #4 by ariadnatheo on 07/05/2015 - 9:34

    Also from El Observador: “Last August, three months before the first artifact was found in front of the former building of the embassy, Montevideo and other area of the country were suddenly covered by various inscriptions that showed “latent anti-semitism.”The Jewish community in Uruguay accused the former minister Luis Almagro of promoting this sentiment, by, among other things, appearing in public wearing a scarf with the Palestinians flag colors.
    “Jews out” and “Jews Assassins” were graffiti written on garbage containers, and walls of schools and even on security guards posts.”

    El Observador is a right-wing publication that reads like the US MSM. I have a very hard time believing that those graffiti were produced by anyone other than a Jew on a mission. In Uruguay one can see only two kinds of graffiti: amorous ones (funny in their dramatism, eg, “Ana_Maria, you’re killing me! Come back!”) or local politics (mild, no profanities, eg, Frente Amplio are liars!). There are no graffiti even about the country that annoys them the most, Argentina (popular sentiment: “Why does an Argentinean come to Uruguay? Because he has run out of things to steal in Argentina”). Strong likelihood that the grafitti were a kosher production, just like the “artifact.”
    Sadly, the new administration under Tabarez gives all the signs that it will be submissive to Jewish demands.

    A spot of local color in anecdotes:
    About “latent anti-semitism,” I’d say there is open and outspoken antipathy for and distrust of Jews that the Uruguayans feel comfortable showing to non-Jews because political correctness has not yet taken root. It is not religious in nature: the Uruguayans are extremely lax about their Catholicism. It is strictly related to Jewish behaviors.
    Examples: “Doorman: Are you going out without a jacket, Señora? it’s cold.” “I’m just going next door to the convenience store to buy milk.” “Doorman: “Don’t go there, Señora. The prices are shameless. They’re Jews.”
    Or: Sidewalk cafe, all tables occupied. A lady comes over: “May I share your table, Señora? ” “Do, please!” The lady (having probably seen the cross around the neck of the “señora”): “Do you know why it is so hard to find a free table here? Because these cheap Jews (indicating tables nearby) order a cup of tea and stay for hours. Typical!”
    Or.. Taxi ride. Passing by a house surrounded by guards and police. I ask, ‘What’s going on here?” Taxi driver: “It’s a Jewish house of culture or something and today is a Jewish religious holiday.” “And?” I prompt him. “And nothing,” he says. “You know how Jews like to draw attention to themselves and complain all the time that they are under threat.”
    Or… Cafe. A man comes to my table and tells me he is a florist and if I ever need to buy/send flowers, he’s the man. He gives me his business card (Jewish name), then goes back to his table. My waiter comes over: “Did he bother you?” “No, not at all. Just gave me his card.” “Let me know if he bothers you because if he does I’ll ask him to leave. I don’t allow beggars to bother my clients and I don’t see why he should annoy my clients either, but you know how pushy Jews are.”

  5. #5 by Isaac on 07/05/2015 - 9:34

    This is another false flag to have the Iranian official expelled from Uruguay. Watch those Mossad agents, that is their ‘modus operandi’. false flags, killings, intrigue, blaming others for what they do, remember 9/11 and the many other attacks.

  6. #6 by jgalindes on 07/06/2015 - 9:34

    Across the river they have dome far worse,remember the israeli embassy and AMIA bombings.Both false flags to implicate Iran and lately the “saint” Nisman suicide/murder scam.

    I almost forgot to mention the split inside AMIA headquarters,with a far right obedient pro-Ísrael stance (mainly the movers and shakers in Argentina commerce,finance and industry) and the other bunch leftists protesting zionism ,their motto: “Netanyahu does not speak for us” coloured with a formal droop of membership from AMIA of the foreign minister (a jew ,of course).

    A certain Mr. Elbaum,a former AMIA director, became a whistleblower of their own community,declaring in an couple of articles in Página 12 journal,that AMIA conspired to disrupt Argentina-Iran agreement to investigate both bombings.
    On top of it,several US foundations linked to mega-speculator Paul Singer (fondos buitres,vulture funds) put money into the plot,linking Nisman,AMIA and the hated enemies of Argentina,that harass our development through an odious debt.

    Sincerely I’am saddened with the bad feelings that apparently uruguayans entertain with us,argentineans.
    Many of us gave shelter (even for years) to thousands of them when things went difficult in Uruguay during their military dictatorship.Compounded with our own problems at the same point in history (guerra sucia).

  7. #7 by mothman777 on 08/14/2015 - 9:34

    Hilarious, they never seem to realize how stupid they look with each fake bomb they plant to make out that other people are threatening them, however, their operatives in the legislature and the police will no doubt take at least some of these incidents as genuinely committed by other people and introduce more security and more laws in favour of them, whilst they ploy our destruction worldwide, which is worrying.

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