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Ecuadorian president warns of possible 'CIA attack' before elections

06.01.2013 11:31

Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa has said the CIA may try to kill him prior to upcoming elections. Citing reports of a plot to “destabilize the region,” Correa said the threats were “credible,” given the history of US involvement in Latin America.

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William Hewitt 29.07.2013 17:26

Biden and Obama spell BO and they are the "Lying & Spying" government!
BO plans on invading Syria to protect the Saudi Sunni Al Qaeda rebels in the Sunni & Shiite war BO started. Please let BO know that Syria does not have oil. BO should attack Saudi Arabia and put an end to the world's greatest tyrant that attacked America on 9/11 killing 3,800 stockbrokers. Then we would have FREE oil and create 2 million jobs for the American contractors that will build a democratic Saudi Arabia.

Anonymous user 08.07.2013 13:57

They kill Americans so they would not hesitate to kill S. Americans. It will look like a suicide.

Anonymous user 08.07.2013 13:43

Just like Iran, the CIA will make it look like an accident. Didn't work in Libya, and they still won

Anonymous user 08.07.2013 13:42

The Intelligence world has little villages that often feel independent and feel entitled .

Anonymous user 08.07.2013 13:41

Once you are on CIA list, you can't run, even in your own country. Its written in blood, not pencil.

Anonymous user 28.06.2013 17:05

“would never get involved”

Oh, right, because we "never" do that. *cough* IRAN 1953 *cough*

Anonymous user 20.05.2013 22:59

deseocorreodelsr.pre sidente

Anonymous user 20.05.2013 22:57


Anonymous user 20.05.2013 22:56 esidente

Anonymous user 20.05.2013 22:54

Deseo chatar con el sr.Presidente

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