Cause of death Chalabi sudden report up Abadi & actors Matt Alamnah..naib "poisoned"
The cause of death Chalabi sudden report up Abadi and actors Matt Alamnah..naib "poisoned"
BAGHDAD - Iraq Press - January 22: political source revealed, that a report on the death of Ahmad Chalabi, leader of the Iraqi National Congress, arrived at the prime minister Haider al-Abadi, intelligence and national security, while obscured party for the report, which confirms that Chalabi was poisoned.
The source said, "The Prime Minister Haider Abadi, the Iraqi National Intelligence and Security received the American Institute of Medicine in New York report, which revealed that the cause of death of MP Chalabi is taken a dose of poison tucked him in two cups of coffee before he died six hours, which led to complications and clotting severe blood and then stroke and then cardiac arrest and death directly. "
The source, who requested anonymity, that "the party received during the" 24 "the last hour of this report have been obfuscated has not issued any statements about that, as well as open secret investigations into the matter."
It is said that Chalabi family cost the US Institute of Medicine in New York after the Iraqi medical agencies announced that the cause of his death is normal.
He was the founder of Ahmad Chalabi of the Iraqi National Congress and its leader, died the evening of November 3 after a heart attack according to a statement carried by the official Iraqi channel. Immediately after the news of his death, rolled Alnaia press articles which his heirs and Midhth; the Iraqis, it was not able to a lot of them only link between the near and sudden death of what was about to be revealed details about the "dollar gangs" which warned of the consequences of condoning their activities at the last meetings Televised.
In the interview, conducted by the month before his death, Chalabi said that the media campaign against him and threats suffered by not Tmanaanh of "access to the reservoirs corruption and expose the gangs," which accounted for the wealth of the people, a special mention "Dollar gangs," and he meant them, "Some influential in the bank CBI and some private banks, "as stated in the interview; who won a lot of money by buying the dollar at low prices and the smuggling of hundreds of billions of dollars out of the country, Genoa during the three-year 10 trillion and 880 billion Iraqi dinars, at least according to statements that put Chalabi his hand upon him copies of them to the Finance Committee in the Iraqi Council of Representatives. Q ended