Berlin’s Christmas Market Incident a Likely False Flag
by Stephen Lendman
Posted December 23, 2016
Claims of responsibility lack credibility without verifiable proof. None so far exists. What’s known about Monday’s incident suggests false flag responsibility.
They’re identifiable the way fingerprints ID people. They’re strategically timed for an intended purpose. They’re designed to capture world headlines, conceal responsibility of the perpetrator, and point fingers at a convenient patsy or patsies.
On Wednesday, reports indicated Berlin police found identity documents (apparently a passport) belonging to a Tunisian national named Anis A. in the cabin of the truck used to kill and injure dozens on Monday. More…
Most people would find it difficult to believe that a terror perpetrator would leave his identification documents in the vehicle with which he perpetrated his crime. Add to this the fact that this “evidence” was not found until days later.