Feral House has just published Who Murdered Yitzhak Rabin?, by Konformist Internet Investigator of the Year Barry Chamish. The book is a blockbuster revelation. Some of this information first appeared in The Konformist when it first started as an email zine, and the book does thank The Konformist for getting them in contact with Chamish. Here is a collection of stuff on the Rabin assassination found here and other places.
EXPOSING THE RABIN ASSASSINATION
Barry Chamish's important exposé of the official fairy tale about the assassination of Israeli Prime Minster Yitzhak Rabin is backed by too much material to regard it as "conspiracy theory."
Although officially denied by Israeli officials, Mr. Chamish's research was used in a recent story by NBC Extra and is currently under documentary production for an hour-long program for the BBC.
According to many witnesses, a secret service agent was busy, prior to the assassination, coaching the supposed right-wing assassin, Yigal Amir, to shoot Prime Minster Rabin. The shooting of Rabin took place during big peace rally. Although secret service agents were aware of patsy Amir's intent to harm Rabin, he was able to get close to the Prime Minister, shoot a couple bullets, after which secret service agents yelled out the bullets were "dummies." Following the shooting, a startled but seemingly unhurt Prime Minister walked on his own strength to his limousine (a feat improbable or impossible if he was shot in the spine, as claimed by hospital surgeons).
Bodyguards and other insiders claimed uner oath that no one was inside the official limousine before Rabin's entrance after patsy Amir's shots took place, but a "home made video" released by the government to the public, proves that a back door to the limousine was shut by someone inside the vehicle prior to Rabin's entrance. Then the limo took nearly ten minutes to arrive at the hospital, which would have taken any other limo less than a simple minute. Rabin's wife, Leah, was not allowed in the limo, and was detained at a secret service office before allowed to attend her husband at the hospital.
Notes written by doctors (and provided in Chamish's book) who examined Rabin at the hospital reveal that he was shot at point-blank range -- though the supposed assassin never get closer than six feet away. The doctor's note also notes that Rabin was hit in the spine by a third bullet (evidence contradicted by Rabin's physical behavior) at the time of the peace rally shooting.
All evidence points to Prime Minister Rabin being shot within the limousine that took him to the hispital.
Barry Chamish's thorough investigation should be considered as primary to Yitzhaki Rabin's assassination as Mark Lane's Rush to Judgment was to JFK's: the first book to bring up serious doubts regarding the official story of the horrifying event.
Barry Chamish is also the author of The Fall of Israel (Canongate) and Traitors and Carpetbaggers in the Promised Land: A Journal of Israel's Betrayal (Hearthstone Publishing). Chamish immigrated to Israel in 1975 from Toronto, and received his MA from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He spent 18 months in a combat unit of the Israel Defense Forces. Among Chamish's credits are articles for The Atlantic, New York Newsday and The National Review.
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