Lies. Iranians & Iraqis Trump mass-murdered, no plans to blow up Embassy or harm Americans.
The United States has been put on notice. Serious accusations of mass murder are made against US President Donald J. Trump, Michael Pompei, Robert O’Brien, Mark Esper, Joseph F. Dunford, Jr. and several other members of his administration and their subordinates.
Donald Trump responded to an official “information” and complaint filed 5 January with the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights by publicly claiming at a political rally that the murders of Qassem Soleimani, Hossein Pourjafari and ten others were done in self defence. He claimed that the people he killed were going to “probably blow up our embassy”, and that the planned to attack a total of four Embassies.”
Speaking to several of the families of the deceased, FPMag previously learned and reported that the group of men that Trump murdered were planning to have an evening of food and beverages to celebrate their New Year’s together. Thereafter they had planned to discuss the possibility of arranging a truce between Saudi Arabia, The United States, and Iran through the good offices of the Prime Minister of Iraq and also by other means. That has been now verified by other sources that other media outlets have been reporting. It is also confirmed from documents Iraq authorities found in the wreckage of vehicles that Trump caused the United States military to destroy at the Baghdad airport.
In a statement on its web site a Civil Society women’s human rights group in special consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations set out a very precise set of allegations based on information supplied in its statement. The group’s spokesperson says it has been filing official complaints with various international authorities and plans further actions in the US Courts in an attempt to stop the proliferation of American mass murders.
Premeditated murder is the crime of forcefully taking a life by one’s own hand or by other means including instructions to a third person or parties following planning and deliberation of the crime.
The FBI defines mass murder as murdering four or more people during an event with no “cooling-off period” between the murders.
For ordering the mass murder and killings of persons in Baghdad Iraq and in Sana’a, Yemen on 3 January, accused of mass murder are Donald J. Trump, Michael Pompei, Robert O’Brien, Mark Esper, and Joseph F. Dunford, Jr. plus their co-conspirators and executioners. (Persons murdered:Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, Hadi Taremi, Haider Ali, Hassan Abdu al-Hadi, Mag-Gen. Hossein Pourjafari, Mag-Gen. Qassem Suleimani, Muhammad Radha al-Jabri, Muhammad al-Shaybani, Naim Qassem (unconfirmed), Shahroud Mozaffari Nia, Vahid Zamanian, abd 2 unnamed others.)
For using the power of the Office of the President of the United States threatening the people of Iran with annihilation and thereafter launching F-15 bombers from the American Al Dhafra Air Base, UAE, Donald Trump intended to convince Iranian air defence batteries that their stations were under attack hence Donald Trump is co-accused of causing the deaths of 82 Iranians, 63 Canadians, 11 Ukrainians, 10 swedes, 4 Afghanis, 3 Germans, and three British citizens.
Trump and named accomplices are guilty of violating the sovereignty of Iraq by launching a military attack against its people inside its territory and as requested by that nation’s government must remove its military troops from Iraq. Trump has responded by saying he will not do that thus launching into the second American invasion of Iraq in the 21st Century.
The picture and its story: This is the actual aircraft, AUI 752 (ICAO designator), Donald Trump tricked Iranians to believe was a US bomber causing it to be shot down on 8 January 2020 killing 176 souls aboard. UR-PSR photographed 18 October 2019 departing Ben Gurion Airport. Photo Credit: LLBG Spotter (Flikr Creative Commons) Photo Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa YamamotoFPMag
Six verifications of accusations against against Donald Trump et al. for Mass Murder
- Sources who should know important information regarding pending threats from Iran against the United States, people who work inside the Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA), say they know of no such plans against American embassies by the Iranians killed in Baghdad on 3 January 2020
- FPMag lawyers say that a claim of self-defence against one person of many killed in an act of committing mass murder may not qualify as self defence in a trial for mass-murder but that regardless of what Trump is offering as his defence strategy, he can still be charged, as well, his accomplices can also be charged. “It is up to the various jurisdictions to decide the carriage of the file,” FPMag was told.
- “None of these persons planned attacks against American Embassies or Americans anywhere that we know about,” says one source inside the US intelligence community who has asked for anonymity.
- Sources inside two US intelligence agencies say they know of no plans by anyone against Americans among the persons the Pentagon tried to kill during the 3 January Sana’a Yemen murder of the assistant to Abdul Reza Shahlai, commander of the Yemen division of Iran’s Quds Force, a man who escaped death in the attack on 3 January local time.
- Shiite sources in Yemen, Iraq, and Iran who should know of such plans of attacks say there were no plans to “blow up embassies”.
- FPMag contacts with various Hezbollah and Hamas groups on Telegram and more recently on TamTam have also told FPMag researchers and intelligence gatherers over the Christmas period that there were no plans against any American facilities and that pending legal actions plus the election in Israel have caused a “delay in operations leading to a period of quiet (sigh),” the researchers said.
The RINJ group claims “Trump and his associates are guilty of violating the sovereignty of Iraq by launching a military attack against its people inside its territory and as requested by that nation’s government must remove its troops.”
It’s statement goes on to say that, “Donald J. Trump, Michael Pompei, Robert O’Brien, Mark Esper, Joseph F. Dunford, Jr. all of the Trump Administration, are together with their co-conspirators and executioners accused of the crime of premeditated mass-murder in the countries of Iran, Yemen and Iraq.”
Donald Trump has admitted publicly that he ordered the murders of more than a dozen persons on 3 January.
Following Donald Trump’s orders, over one dozen persons were murdered on 3 January in Baghdad, Iraq and in Sana’a Yemen by forces reporting to Trump. Additionally, on 8 January in an act contiguous to DOnald Trump threatening to bomb Iran’s cultural institutions and landmarks, and following his launching F15E bombers from a United Arab Emirate air bas, 176 souls were killed aboard Ukraine Airlines flight 752.
“These are the most dangerous entities to the safety of women and children around the world,” says the RINJ Foundation’s spokesperson. The Foundation has listed three persons for 2020 it claims are the “Leaders who crossed red lines against humanity already in 2020.”
“The named men who crossed the red lines of global values are leaders who are lawbreakers, autocrats, misogynists; they are accused racists who rape, kill and disrupt millions of lives,” says the civil society group RINJ in a response to questions by email.
Trump is accused of causing deaths of 176 Souls aboard Flight 752.
Following the peace-time mass murders in Iraq and Yemen, Donald Trump abused the power of his position and manipulated the American Media terrorizing the people of the Islamic Republic of Iraq.
Following Trump’s killing several of Iran’s officials and dignitaries he threatened to destroy the cultural heritage monuments and institutions of Iran.
Trump also threatened to destroy 52 other facilities in Iran and then did on 8 January launch F-15E Strike Eagle bombers from the Al Dhafra Air Base, United Arab Emirates leading the Iranian air defence battery commander to believe his protected areas were under attack.
The picture and its story: Immediately prior to the downing of Flight AUI 752, Donald Trump caused the launching of F-15E bombers from the Al Dhafra Air Base to deceive Iranian Air Defence Battery commanders to believing that the AUI 752 was an attacker.
This is a file photo of the U.S. Air Force F-15E Strike Eagles from the 494th Fighter Squadron taxiing to park at Al Dhafra Air Base, United Arab Emirates, Oct. 18, 2019. The 494th Fighter Squadron “Panthers” deployed to the Air Forces Central Command area of responsibility in support of ongoing operations to maintain air superiority, defend forces on the ground, enhance regional partnerships, and demonstrate a continued commitment to regional security and stability. Photo Credit: U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Anna-kay Ellis—Photo Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa YamamotoFPMag
“Iran had launched missiles,” says the statement , “against open field areas in Iraq and having listened to the threats of Donald Trump to annihilate Iran; and after seeing radar indications of US bomber launches and hearing from sources in the U.A.E that F-15E Eagles had been launched with bomb loads, Iranian defensive anti-aircraft batteries were on the highest possible state of defensive readiness.”
“The battery commander [of an air defence battery] near a military facility close to Imam Khomeini International Airport in Tehran fired two LLADS missiles one of which detonated at about 1200 meters altitude above ground in the flight ascent path of a Ukraine International Airlines Boeing 737-80 which was cleared to flight-level 27, peppering the aircraft with shrapnel and knocking it out of the sky. The other missile penetrated the hull of the aircraft and likely detonated killing most of the aircraft occupants instantly.”
Civil Society has offered a Peace Plan but maintains that mass murder accusations must be thoroughly investigated and prosecuted