AUDIO: BBC Cites U.S. Intel Sources Naming ‘Suicide Bomber’ in Manchester Nail Bomb Incident

By Jon Kelly

NewsInsideOut.com

Vancouver, BC – During May 22, 2017, coverage of what is being called the Manchester Arena incident U.K. national broadcaster the BBC cited multiple U.S. intelligence sources said to be “strangely” offering suggestions that what U.K. police have so far termed a terrorist incident was in fact the work of a suicide bomber. NewsInsideOut.com has that exclusive audio posted above, where readers can click “Play” to listen. 

According to witnesses, U.S. singer Ariana Grande finished her evidently occult ritualistic set by performing the title “Dangerous Woman” then stating “Bye bye, Manchester,” when house lights went up. A white flash and thunderous explosion that killed at least 19 people and injured 50 then erupted within the arena foyer, said police.

Previous NewsInsideOut.com counterterrorism coverage presented evidence of CIA and Mossad involvement at Zaventem airport in March, 2016. The pre-emptive appearance of such precise U.S.-sourced intelligence concerning the seemingly occult-staged nature of today’s Manchester Arena incident raises a number of important questions regarding Kali-like human sacrifice U.S. “Dangerous Woman” theatrical ritual as a front for state-sponsored attacks against public assembly, culture and an artist’s brand now smeared in blood.

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AUDIO: BBC Cites U.S. Intel Sources Naming ‘Suicide Bomber’ in Manchester Nail Bomb Incident

By Jon Kelly

NewsInsideOut.com

Vancouver, BC – During May 22, 2017, coverage of what is being called the Manchester Arena incident U.K. national broadcaster the BBC cited multiple U.S. intelligence sources said to be “strangely” offering suggestions that what U.K. police have so far termed a terrorist incident was in fact the work of a suicide bomber. NewsInsideOut.com has that exclusive audio posted above, where readers can click “Play” to listen. 

According to witnesses, U.S. singer Ariana Grande finished her evidently occult ritualistic set by performing the title “Dangerous Woman” then stating “Bye bye, Manchester,” when house lights went up. A white flash and thunderous explosion that killed at least 19 people and injured 50 then erupted within the arena foyer, said police.

Previous NewsInsideOut.com counterterrorism coverage presented evidence of CIA and Mossad involvement at Zaventem airport in March, 2016. The pre-emptive appearance of such precise U.S.-sourced intelligence concerning the seemingly occult-staged nature of today’s Manchester Arena incident raises a number of important questions regarding Kali-like human sacrifice U.S. “Dangerous Woman” theatrical ritual as a front for state-sponsored attacks against public assembly, culture and an artist’s brand now smeared in blood.

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Pizzagate’s Killer Klown: John Wayne Gacy described stabbing, dismemberment and possible location of missing victim in 1969

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