- "Franklin Lamb: How Israel and the US Hope to Destroy Hezbollah"
- "Israel approves unilateral pullout from Lebanon border town"
- the CBC piece
- "UNIFIL to Take Refuge in Israel at War".
Car bomb attacks have been a Mossad signature in Lebanon for years, and from the Lavon affair it has been a Jewish tradition to commit crimes and blame them on enemies of Israel. Hariri, Wissam Eid, and Samer Shehadeh (who, living in Canada, would be an obvious source for the CBC) were all attacked by large car bombs (and the CBC attack on Wissam al-Hassan looks like Israeli revenge for the very successful Lebanese operation to arrest Israeli spies in Lebanon). Playing up the role of Wissam Eid and making him a Lebanese national hero is another obvious attempt to divide Lebanese opinion.
The entire Mehlis investigation was a crock from the beginning, with the bungling frame-up of Syria immediately replaced by a shabby frame-up of Hezbollah (with the CBC PR exercise intended to make old information look new: Ben Ryan: "But this story is being peddled, not investigated."), leaving aside the only obvious culprit. The Americans have provided oodles of money to endure they get the right result.
Note that Daniel Bellemare's personal coat of arms contains a subtle - part will be hidden behind the crest - but unmistakable stylized Star of David (a blue triangle and a yellow triangle, although not completed - perhaps he gets the whole thing when he delivers the report).