Author Topic: How Credible Is The Theory Involving Serbians?  (Read 357 times)

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Offline Nicholas

Re: How Credible Is The Theory Involving Serbians?
« Reply #15 on: May 18, 2019, 09:04:12 AM »
FACTS Holly! NOT conspiracy theories or CLAIMS made by ITV!


“Chief inspector Campbell added: 'The Dando investigation is clear on what evidence it has at a forensic level, and what the witnesses said they saw or heard or knew in 1999. They remain unchanged.'
TV investigator Mark Williams-Thomas last year claimed he had been given the name of the killer.
But Mr Campbell said all 'new leads' that crop up as years go by should be questioned.
'Especially when persons state the theories through the media or TV, and not the police,' he said

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6948879/Jill-Dandos-death-unexplained-unless-gun-used-kill-found.html
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Offline steve_trousers

Re: How Credible Is The Theory Involving Serbians?
« Reply #16 on: May 18, 2019, 04:00:28 PM »
The NATO attack on RTS happened around midnight on 24th April which would have given the Serbs less than 2.5 days to plan and carry out the assassination. 

I understand Real IRA, as with all the paramilitary groups in Eire/NI, dabble in organised crime to fund terrorism.  Is it possible RI were carrying out a paid 'hit'?  The 26th April falls on a significant day within the republican calendar: anniversary period of the 1916 Easter Rising.  On 24th Apr 1996 Provisional IRA planted bombs under Hammersmith bridge which also coincide with Easter Rising:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1996_Hammersmith_Bridge_bombing

The RTS may have sealed her fate, but the Kosovo appeal was on the 6th April it's conceivable she may have been put on a shortlist following that.
It was RIRA modus operandi to take responsibility for their deeds, it would appear a complete waste of time for them to hit Jill Dando then let someone else take the credit. Under the Tito regime there is some evidence that the slavs operated like that, rubbing people out and not bothering to take the credit for it.

Offline Holly Goodhead

Re: How Credible Is The Theory Involving Serbians?
« Reply #17 on: May 20, 2019, 07:44:45 AM »
The RTS may have sealed her fate, but the Kosovo appeal was on the 6th April it's conceivable she may have been put on a shortlist following that.
It was RIRA modus operandi to take responsibility for their deeds, it would appear a complete waste of time for them to hit Jill Dando then let someone else take the credit. Under the Tito regime there is some evidence that the slavs operated like that, rubbing people out and not bothering to take the credit for it.

I can see why many view the Serbian theory as credible as it ticks a lot of boxes particularly since the crime was clearly well organised and professional. 

At the time of Jill's murder RIRA were on cease fire following the Omagh bombing but come May 99 3 RIRA members travelled to Croatia to purchase weapons which they smuggled back to Eire.  Where did the money come from to fund the weapons?  Imo those responsible for Jill's murder were paid handsomely.  RIRA were clearly dealing with those from the former Yugoslavia and this might well account for the 3 calls said to have been made by a man with an East European accent.

A classic case of the truth being stranger than fiction, maybe!?
Setting the pussy among the pigeons!