Dirty Bomb Alert Issued After Belgium Atomic
Worker Said Killed By German Secret Police
March 28, 2016
By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers
10 March crash of Porta Air Service plane in Osnabrück, Germany
The Federal Security Service (FSB)
is reporting today that it has informed the Security Council (SC)
that it has “requested/advised” the International Criminal Police
Organization (INTERPOL) to
immediately issue a “red
notice” international arrest warrant against two German Federal
Intelligence Service (BND)
agents they suspect of having shipped into the Federation “highly
radioactive” debris from a 10 March plane crash and, equally importantly,
are suspected of killing Belgium atomic plant worker Didier
Prospero two days after the 22 March attacks in Brussels.
According to this report, the circumstances leading to these “critical
actions” undertaken by the FSB were begun earlier today when the Port of Vladivostok reported that
their radiation detectors had “sounded an alarm” during the processing
of a train car full of scrap metal leased by one of the world’s largest scrap
brokers and recyclers, The
David J. Joseph Company, that had traveled via the Trans-Eurasia
Logistics rail system from Germany in route to China.
As per normal protocol involving instances of potential atomic
threats to the Federation, this report continues, the FSB opened a joint
investigation with the Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR), with them then discovering that the
source of the radiation emanating from the scrap metal rail car was an aircraft
ice detector that was emitting
radiation that exceeded background radiation levels by 1,700 times.
Most concerning to the both the FSB and SVR about this highly
radioactive aircraft ice detector (manufactured by UTC
Aerospace Systems and sold from their Frankfurt, Germany
location), this report notes, was that it was attached to the “mangled/destroyed”
wing of a 1989 twin engine Piper
PA-34 Seneca III plane that was owned and operated by the “secretive/oblique”
German company Porta Air Service long
know to transport BND equipment and personal.
As to how this aircraft was destroyed, this report says, was its crashing
on 10 March after it left Atterheide
Airport in Osnabrück, Germany, to follow a flight plan for Brussels Airport in
Belgium, and which nearly immediately upon its crashing, a RT camera crew presented
itself and began filming.
As to how, and why, an RT film crew was able
to appear upon this crash site in this small German town near the Belgium-Dutch
borders immediately after it happened this report doesn’t explain, but it does
bear notice that many have long suspected that this television network, funded
entirely by the Russian government, does, in fact, act in concert with the SVR
and FSB on surveillance and counter espionage operations—and in this case would
have involved the tracking of the BND agents aboard this flight as to why they
were flying to Belgium.
Immediately after the crash of
this plane though, FSB intelligence analysts in this report say, an Iraqi
refugee named Hassanien Salman rushed to scene to aid the occupants, two of
whom were badly injured, but the other two, believed to be BND agents, escaped by fleeing.
And again, though not exactly
stated in this report, FSB intelligence analysts suggests by their wordage that
the RT film crew was able to capture on their cameras these two men fleeing the
crash and the “package/baggage” they fled with—which appears why the SVR
was able to identify them as being in Froidchapelle,
Belgium, two days after the 22 March Brussels attacks where nuclear plant guard
Didier Prospero was found dead with four bullet wounds in his body laying next
to his dog Beauce who was
shot and killed too.
Belgium nuclear plant guard Didier Prospero