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The Still Unsolved Stoffel Affair: How Is Known – but Not Who or Why
May 10, 2005 12:53 PM   Subscribe

The Still Unsolved Stoffel Affair: How Is Known – but Not Who or Why Iraqi guerrillas calling themselves Rafidan – the Political Committee of the Mujahideen Central Command – have recently woken up and begun releasing a series of communiqués claiming to shed new light on the still unsolved deaths on December 8, 2004, of two Americans, Dale C. Stoffel, 43, whom they describe as “a CIA shadow manager in Iraq, close friend of George Bush,” and his associate Joseph J. Wemple, also 43.
posted by Postroad (8 comments total)

 
Hmm.. maybe you should stop beliving stuff posted on debka.com

Debka.com, the pravda.ru for neo-cons.
posted by delmoi at 2:11 PM on May 10, 2005


Debka is Art Bell for policy types.
posted by Mean Mr. Bucket at 2:15 PM on May 10, 2005


Also they don't know their weapons. That's an MP5-K the guy's holding, not a so-called "Micro Uzi".
posted by clevershark at 2:28 PM on May 10, 2005


I love it! typical of some dudes: badmouth the source and not what is said. Debka, not always reliable, has in fact (it has been studied) a 2/3 rate of being on track...but much easier to dismiss a subject because you have in advance a dislike of the site. Tell me, then,why the murders and where is the missing money?
posted by Postroad at 3:52 PM on May 10, 2005


clevershark's right, though. And that was the first thing I noticed, as well: He's not holding a micro Uzi; he's holding an MP5.

After that, I sort of lost interest in the article.
posted by bwilliams at 4:04 PM on May 10, 2005


(it has been studied) a 2/3 rate of being on track

Tee Hee!
posted by longsleeves at 5:52 PM on May 10, 2005


it would be great if the us military would get to the bottom of some other mysterious deaths as well - not to mention the 24,000 plus iraqi civilians killed so far in the now forgotton (buried) snipe hunt for wmd.

culture of life - my a**.
posted by specialk420 at 11:34 PM on May 10, 2005


(it has been studied) a 2/3 rate of being on track

A competing study revealed that 87.6% of statistics found on the Internet are complete B.S.
posted by hipnerd at 10:48 AM on May 11, 2005


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