U.S. ARRESTS FORMER MARINE CONNECTED TO NORTH KOREA EMBASSY RAID IN SPAIN | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

U.S. ARRESTS FORMER MARINE CONNECTED TO NORTH KOREA EMBASSY RAID IN SPAIN

A former US Marine was arrested in connection with an "especially violent" raid on the North Korean embassy in Madrid, Spain.

Christopher Ahn - a member of a group which seeks the overthrow of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, was expected to be arraigned on Friday in a Los Angeles federal court, according to Reuters, citing a law enforcement official and a source close to the group.

According to El Pais and El Confidencial, the group is tied to the CIA - however there has been no corroboration of this outside of their reporting. The CIA has denied any involvement, however Spanish government sources say their response was "unconvincing."

El Pais called the attack "especially violent."

Does anything scream 'CIA' to you, dear reader, about an ex-Marine suspected of an "especially violent" hostage taking incident at the North Korean embassy in Madrid? If so, perhaps it was one of the intelligence community's "six ways from Sunday" of getting back at Trump for attempting to broker a nuclear deal with North Korea.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Remember "the duck test"?!?

If it waddles like a duck; quacks like a duck, and has feathers, it is most probably ..... a duck.

I would sense that this was "one the ways" our intelligence agencies may have wanted to strike back at President Trump, for attempting to get a nuclear deal which would hold with North Korea.

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