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Subject:

Re: RECONTRUCTION OF GRUESOME SCENARIOS PART 111(HOW KORO CEESAY WAS KILLED)

From:

Elhajj Mustapha Fye <[log in to unmask]>

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The Gambia and related-issues mailing list <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Sun, 1 Feb 2004 03:07:55 +0100

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Binneh,
Thanks once again, for your valuable contributions. Keep them coming!

Happy  Eid-Ul-Adha " Tobaski "
Elhadj.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Binneh Minteh" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Saturday, January 31, 2004 11:59 PM
Subject: RECONTRUCTION OF GRUESOME SCENARIOS PART 111(HOW KORO CEESAY WAS
KILLED)


> RECONTRUCTION OF GRUESOME SCENARIOS PART 111(HOW KORO CEESAY WAS KILLED)
>
> The killing of Koro always centers around the same suspects,the same
scenes
> and the same thread which leads to the same names.Koro has a very clean
> soul and a powerful ghost that will haunt all these killers to their
> graves.OPTV has even identified where Yahya  and Edward should be buried
> after they have been killed by by Koro's ghost.It may appear monotonous
but
> reading through these similar details shows that the accusation is not
> based on false sources.All leads whether they are repeated or
reconstructed
> come back to reveal more towards the same suspects. Please read these
> similar revelations and try to get to the deepest part of the whole
> story.This may look like similar stuff but at the same time has created
new
> fibre roots.
> Koro's murder was brutally carried out by the APRC under the instruction
of
> Yaya Jammeh himself. It was during Koro's murder that the term SMELLING
> BLACK COFFEE came out from Yahya's stinking mouth.He is a mad man who
> copies bad habits wi! thout a second thought. Yahya gave the  order for
> Koro to be murdered before leaving for Adis Ababa Ehtiopia. Many still
have
> a video and remember when Yahya suddenly stopped on the stairs while going
> on board the plane and whispered something into Edward's ears.This
happened
> just before he finally went in.Koro was the only secretary of state who
> used to drive himself,that humble habit cost him his
life(unfortunately).If
> he had a driver it might have been difficult to divert the mercedez
without
> the driver suspecting some foul play.Koro made enemies because of the
> honest believes that he harboured as a true revolutionary,unfortunately
for
> him  he was appointed by false so-called revolutionaries.Yahya is so fake
> and Edward is sneaky,and Yankuba is a naive socialite.Yankuba is what some
> people call windmill-politicians.
>
> It was certain that! Koro as the former finnace minister had several
> financial policy disputes with Yahya and the Senior members of the
> APRC.Koro on many occassions turned down instructions from Yahya and the
> APRC for the transfer of lump sums of money into personal foreign
> accounts.This caused differences between him and Jammeh or the AFPRC.This
> made him automatically,an obstacle to them.Singhatey is not on the lime
> light but he is far more a crook and corrupt than the mad man.As the
former
> Finance Minister, Koro was all the time contesting all their illegal
> financial transactions from a professional point of view.That was the time
> when slimy Famara Jatta was a so-called policy analyst at the dept of
state
> for education. Koro posed a threat to Jammeh and his Gang. OPTV  was
> informed that Koro  got into a very bitter argument with Edward Singhateh
> that very week of his murder. They had two issues one was Koro's
> professional principles and his dire! ct access to Jammeh,two he Edward
> hated Koro because of his fame as an economist that many respected.This
> hatred grew more and more when they learnt that Koro had a warm welcome
> during his visit at the carter center.Infact Koro was threatened by
> anonumous callers that he was never ever going to read the budget speech
he
> was preparing.Koro died not long before the speech was presented.GAMTEL
> should cooperate and reprint all the details on Koro's former telephone
> lines during that period.Will they ever do so,because Yabo was implicated
> in the Dumo coup saga because he intercepted calls that Yahya gave the
> orders for the paramilitary to shoot the scholl children in 2000.GAMTEL
> staff could help any future gvt along those line.However, we just do hope
> that they will not be forced to erase those traces?
> Yahya, dumb and mad as he always is,finally gave his instructions for them
> to eliminate poor Koro.Imagine that? Koro thought he was serving a genuine
> revolutionary,on the whole Yah! ya was fake and sick. Everything happened
> after Yahya departed pretending that he was not connected to the crime.He
> is the master mind of anything evil that transpired from 1994 to date,no
> doubt about that. From the airport Koro was seen driving in the same
convoy
> with Edward Singhatey and Yankuba Touray. They lured Koro by telling him
> that they were going to hold a meeting on something important?!!!!!!!!!!!!
> that BOSS said!!!!!!!!!!!!!.This word BOSS was created by Singhatey
because
> he knows that Yahya is weak and stupid.He did his home work on knowing how
> to seduce Yahya.All those who served under and with Yahya at the then
> gendarmerie know that he is mad and likes being seen as the big man.At
> Yankuba's residence some of the assailants like Peter singhatey and his
men
> were waiting.Upon arrival, they did infact convene a meeting ofocurse!
> the results of that meeting were brutal.The meeting  was  all of a sudden
> forced to turn into a! bitter argument between Edward and Koro.KORO'S
> FATHER SHOULD FOLLOW THIS CASE TO HIS GRAVE BECAUSE IF THIS VERSION I
WROTE
> IS NOT TRUE I AM READY TO SHOOT MYSELF.THIS IS ABSOLUTELY TRUE AND THE
> SOURCES WHO REVEAL THIS TO ME ARE CREDIBLE AND RELIABLE,I USED MY TACTICS
> TO GET THE INFORMATION AND I AM READY TO HELP THE CEESAY FAMILY AS A
> WITNESS IN CASE THEY NEED ME.I AM HELPING GAMBIA AS A WHOLE FOR WE MUST
> PULL THE VEIL AND EXPOSE YAHYA HE IS A VERY VERY VERY VEYR WICKED PERSON!
> Yahya is very very wicked!
>
> The final details........
>
> Edward finally pulled out a pistol and shot koro several times. Koro was
> not smashed with a base ball baton from the onset,however that baton was
> used(according to our sources) by Peter.He did that to clear possible
> traces and so on.It was infact Peter Sighatey himself  who drove Koro's
> dead body in Koro's own official car, a black mercedes Benz to the same
> bridge were an accident was formulated. Anyone reading the articles may
ask
> him or herself how comes the guards were not aware? Please remember that
in
> Yayha's military anyone close to such actions was going to support Edward
> instead of help Koro or say  a word. The convoy was dispersed because the
> excuse they gave some of them was that the meeting was going to take long
> and they could FALL OUT(a military term used for dispersing
> soldiers).Please Gambians remember that some of us faced those very
killers
> and we know that they are capable of cooking and eating human flesh(that
is
> true)! . They after wards poured petroleum over the Black mercedes that
had
> Koro's body and  lit it into flames. In the process Peter Singhatey had
got
> his hands burnt and that was why all that week Peter was seen with
Bandages
> wrapped around all his hands as if he  sustained injuries while playing
> soccer etc.That sneaky cold murderer was lying! Others were saying that he
> broke his hands because he had an accident.All that was a bag full of
> lies.Even today Peter is ready to kill people like Blaise Jagne he is just
> waiting for the chance to do so.Infact Blaise wasr marked to go next but
he
> was lucky and was warned to keep quiet.Edward thought Blaise was going to
> be the vice president. For some time during those days,Edward and Yahya
had
> a little dispute,they even sent indirect speeches and malicious gestures
to
> one another during cabinet meetings.In one of their meetings Yahya was
> insulting and saying that anyone who thinks that he should be vice pr!
> esident by force has to resign!
> From that time Yahya started feeling the heat from the reactions on the
G-L
> and other corners so as usual he wanted to distance himself from
> Edward.Ofcourse Edward was smarter than him so he knew how to wrap his mad
> Boss once again.Edward hated Koro and killed him,he hated Sana and Hydara
> (the latter was killed),he hated Isatou Nie Saidy but because of her
nature
> he cannot still eliminate her.I will NOT TALK on that but Isatou Njie
Saidy
> will see for herself very soon.Our sources never lie.
> Edward would have eaten Baba Jobe raw if he had the chance.He still hates
> Blaise and other cabinet ministers but some of these people are stooges
> therefore it is better for one to leave them  to receive the blows
directly
> without warning them
>
> In my next postings I will reconstruct gruesome scemarios on how Abdoulie
> Kujabi participated in killing Yahya Drammeh in mile two? Plus other dirty
> games that he and some of those green boys did and are still working on.
>
> I will also reconstruct how Corporal Dumbuya was slaughtered at the Albert
> Market? How Francisco Caso came to the NIA with the bodies(in a car's
> booth) of people that he killed along the border?
>
> We will also revisit a story on how Amie Faal a worker at the VIP Lounge
at
> the airport was killed?My source at the Customs and Excise dept and at the
> airport(who they will never be able to detect) said that she was  a girl
> friend of Abdoulie Kujabi.
>
> This is a war between decency and banditry that Gambians must win.
>
> Binneh S Minteh
>
> NYU.EDU
>
> NEWYORK USA.
>
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