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    Nikos Deja Vu - Kardak Krizi - Unutulmaz SAT Operasyonu (Kardak Crisis - Famous SAT Operation) Η ΚΡΙΣΗ ΣΤΑ ΙΜΙΑ

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    Nikos Deja Vu - Kardak Krizi - Unutulmaz SAT Operasyonu (Kardak Crisis - Famous SAT Operation).

    THE REAL STORY by the TURKISH VIEW (of course)..
    Η ΚΡΙΣΗ ΣΤΑ ΙΜΙΑ - Η ΤΟΥΡΚΙΚΗ ΠΛΕΥΡΑ/ΑΠΟΨΗ - IMIA CRISIS - TURKISH VIEW - A RARE DOCUMENTARY, BANNED FROM ALL TURKISH TV STATIONS..

    The next day at 1530, he was stabbed in the back by three youths!

    So withing 3 months of the IMIA crisis, all 12 Turkish Commandos that landed on IMIA were killed. In 2003, their decorated Commanding Officer Major Zeki Zen is murdered in Istanbul.

    The above events seem to be too much of a coincidence.

    It is extremely viable that the Turkish Navy Cougar was shot down by Greek forces as a reprisal for IMIA. So how did the Greek KYP know that the "Kardak Team" was on board the Cougar? Well the answer to this is that they didn't. But they could have been aware that they were on board the Turkish Frigate they took off from. Intelligence is a very funny business and I do have some kind of knowledge of how it works. For example, when the RAAF AP-3C Orions are shadowing Russian Nuclear Submarines all over the world, the crew receives intelligence briefs of the Submarines Captain and senior officers, containing their complete bio, including character profiles and even their home address in Moscow. Where this information is sourced I could not tell you as I have no idea. It may come from ASIC, Defence Signals Directorate, CIA, MI6, Mossad, Pentagon, Akrotiri, Pine Gap, Alaska, paid Russian informants...who knows! But there is absolutely nothing at all that should surprise any of you as to the sophistication of some nations intelligence services.

    So was the Turkish Navy Cougar crash and elaborate Hellenic secret service operation which gave the Greek Military the necessary knowledge to shoot the Cougar down? This is not as far fetched as it sounds.

    If the Turkish reports of Greek sabotage are true, then the IMIA crisis of 1996 can only be deemed s a resounding Greek victory comparable only to 1821.

    The unfortunate Death Toll as a result of the IMIA events is as follows:
    Greece 3 - Turkey 13

    May all those that serve their country and gave their lives, RIP!

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