Saturday, June 10, 2006
The Report of Brammertz. If you did not read it, I shall summarize. First, again, there is such a difference of style between Brammertz and Mehlis. The former is more cautious and careful, and certainly more professional. In the case of Mehlis, he was willing to report any rumor and any speculation provided it was incriminating to the Syrian government. I mean, if a falafil vendor would tell him that I once saw the truck in question roaming the streets of Beirut, and that Bashshar was driving it, he would include it in the report. In this report, Brammertz is saying: I don't know. I still don't have a clue. And I need another year, maybe another decade. But please, wish me luck.
Posted by As'ad AbuKhalil at 5:43 PM