Most readers will already know that a security firm linked to Israel was running the "security" at the airport.
Goon Squad (Greg) has covered that angle so you can read his info, here
CCTV footage of the explosion
I see what looks like the place where people are arriving and perhaps dropping off their luggage and then an explosion.
From the video, I don't see or get the sense the explosion was connected to any individual.
(As in a suicide bombing)
So, how about this? A suitcase or package timed to explode. Left by someone, anyone, not a "suicide bomber"? Could just as easily have happened that way?
Shortly after the blast President Medvedev was quoted saying-
"What happened shows that obviously there were violations in guaranteeing security"
That much is obvious.
Then the alleged suicide bomber? Was there one at all?
Not likely according to this report
A Moscow newspaper Komsomolskaya Pravda (KP) questioned the claims by the KGB-FSB that the bomb at the Moscow airport was detonated by a "suicide bomber".
Reaffirming the point I was making above-
" the explosion at the airport Domodedovo occurred in the arrival hall in the luggage department, a KP source says. - If you pick up your luggage there, you can notice that it not always easy to find a free trolley. People place suitcases onto it, go out, and then load their luggage into a taxi. Going back from a taxi to the airport hall with a trolley, you can take at least five, or even ten kilos TNT in it"
A suicide bomber is not needed there all there (in this situation, he is not really needed - KC)", writes the Russian Komsomolskaya Pravda.
One could say that the Kavkaz Center has a bit of an agenda, they are most definitely Anti-Russian in their stance.
But, they are making a valid point in their position.
So,we must take into consideration the possibility that there was no suicide bomber
Curious - No group has claimed responsibility for the bombing.
No suicide bomber and no "terrorist group"?
An Ethnic Russian has been named as a suspect. A suspect? As in, someone still alive? Maybe, maybe not. But, not for the reasons that come to mind (dead in the explosion), because......
"The remains of the suspected airport bomber do not resemble Razdobudko"This is Razdobudko
Security forces are searching for an ethnic Russian.
Who is Razdobudko?
"Razdobudko is a Russian-born adherent of the fundamentalist Wahhabi branch of Islam, which is popular among terrorists"As is claimed by unnamed security sources.
This is interesting-
Razdobudko went missing in late October, and his relatives told police at the time that he might have been killed by rebels after he tried to cut off all contact with them, the report said.So, the authorities are looking for a man, who may or may not be connected to the bombing? Who may or may not have been dead since October 2010?
This makes him either a convenient patsy, or, someone who may be connected to some intelligence group? But, which one?
Dead men tell no secrets, particularly men that have been dead for a few months.
There is most definitely something 'off 'about this whole airport bombing.
Possible players in an intelligence op? All having opportunity and motive
Russia -restricting freedoms
Israel - pay back for Palestinian state recognition, and to work with the US
US - looking to balkanize Russia
Georgia- but not without help from the US and Israel