A Strange Assassination

Sri’s Prediction: There will be an assassination of someone very prominent. He is dark and not necessarily a Westerner. It will make headlines because this person is in a very high position. It will be as mysterious and confused as it was with Kennedy.


  • So, I begin with a search for “assassination 1977″ at google.com and find the following:

    On March 16, 1977 Lebanon’s Druse (Druze) Muslim leader Kamal Jumblat (also Jumblatt) was assassinated by the pro-Syrian faction of the Lebanese Syrian Socialist Nationalist Party (SSNP), possibly in collaboration with Syrian secret service agents (Mukhabarat). [Source]

    It doesn’t seem that there is any confusion or conspiracy theories surrounding this assassination. Nothing is mentioned here: [Source]

    My next question is this: if I do a search for “assassination 1978″ I’ll bet I’ll see some sort of mysterious assassination happening every year.

    Okay here’s something:

    The People’s Temple, the tragic events that led to the murder of Representative Leo J. Ryan and other members of his party, and the mass suicide/murder of the followers of People’s Temple that occurred in Jonestown, Guyana on November 18, 1978.

    There’s more at: [FactNet]

    I think that this qualifies as bigger news than the guy in 1977.

    Here’s assassination news from 1976:

    …that same question has haunted the families of Orlando Letelier and Ronni Moffitt for the past 26 years. On Sept. 21, 1976, as they drove down Massachusetts Avenue in Washington, Letelier, a former Chilean foreign minister and leading critic of Gen. Augusto Pinochet’s military regime, and Moffitt, his 26-year-old American aide, were killed by a car bomb planted by agents of the Chilean secret police.

    Found here:
    [Source]

    I’m not 100% sure that I find this site to be very credible, though.

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  • Makes me wonder what she mean’t by ‘dark’…

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