Lost and Found ID
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|description=A recurring theme in deep events, whereby the perpetrators supposedly leave behind them a trail of very revealing information such as identity documents.
In 2015 [[Russ Baker]] noted the '''Lost and Found ID syndrome''' - how many episodes of "watershed violence" shared a common feature - a simple trail of identity documents for investigators to pick up on.<ref>http://whowhatwhy.org/2015/02/01/lost-found-id-oddity-terror-cases-stupid-sinister/</ref> This provides a very straightforward [[parallel construction]] of how "[[lone nut]]" killers can quickly be identified - an important part of [[false flag]] events to minimize the time spent time available for critical reflection on possible perpetrators.
[[Image:Oswald's military ID.jpg|330px|Oswald’s military ID, said to have been stained by FBI fingerprinting fluid|thumbnail|right]]
[[Lee Harvey Oswald]], the supposed "[[lone nut]]" killer of [[John F. Kennedy]] purportedly dropped his wallet, which was found at the murder scene of [[J. D. Tippit]]. This story was soon revised to claim that the police took the wallet from him after he was arrested.
[[Image:Ziad Jarrah's passport.jpg|330px|left]]
[[James Earl Ray]], the supposed "lone nut" killer of [[Martin Luther King]] had escaped from a prison shortly before the attack, and left a bundle of items on the sidewalk - included his rifle, binoculars, clothing, prison radio, and a newspaper clipping revealing where King would be staying.
[[Image:Saeed al-Ghamdi's passport.jpg|330px|right]]
''Three'' of the [[19 hijackers]]' passports supposedly survived the fiery crashes of the planes which took their lives on [[9-11]]. In New York, [[Satam al-Suqami]] and in Pennsylvania [[Ziad Jarrah]] and [[Saeed al-Ghamdi]]. No explanation has been proffered for how a passport could survive a crash which purportedly destroyed all the planes black boxes. FBI agent [[A. Todd McCall]] said the hijackers "thought their identification would be destroyed during the attacks," but, he added, "They were wrong."<ref>[http://triblive.com/x/pittsburghtrib/news/s_755009.html Jeremy Boren, "Investigators Had to Improvise at Somerset County Crash Site." Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, September 4, 2011]</ref><ref>[http://triblive.com/news/2459592-74/evidence-fbi-crash-flight-investigators-site-attacks-larsen-mccall-shea Paul Peirce, "Investigators Tell of Emotions Associated With United 93 Crash." Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, September 10, 2012.]</ref> The 4th and final passport that supposedly survived was that of [[Abdul Aziz al Omari]], supposedly recovered from luggage that did not make it from a Portland flight to Boston on to the connecting flight which was American Airlines flight 11.<ref>http://www.9-11commission.gov/archive/hearing7/9-11Commission_Hearing_2004-01-26.htm</ref>
[[Image:Said Kouachi's ID card.jpg|330px|left]]
The pattern of ID papers helping [[authorities]] to pin down suspects continues.<ref name=www2016/>
===Charlie Hebdo, 2015===
[[Said Kouachi]], a supposed perpetrator of the [[Charlie Hebdo attack]] left his identification card in the abandoned getaway car.<ref>http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/charlie-hebdo-paris-shooting-three-4938972</ref>
===2015-11 Paris attacks, 2015===
''[[The Independent]]'' reported that "A [[Syria]]n passport has been found on the body" of one of the suicide bombers who committed the [[2015-11 Paris attacks]].<ref>http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/paris-terror-attacks-syrian-passport-found-on-body-of-suicide-bomber-at-stade-de-france-a6734491.html</ref> ''[[Al Jazeera]]'' "spoke to explosives and forensic experts, who offered an explanation for how a paper document could survive a suicide blast despite close proximity to the bomber."<ref>http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2015/11/paris-attacks-give-rise-conspiracy-theories-151118093352559.html</ref>
===2016 Berlin truck attack===
After the [[2016 truck attack in Berlin]], a "German security official" told CNN that the suspect was known to the authorities and had been arrested for use of forged documents on his way to [[Italy]] but was released. [[CNN]] reported that "The suspect’s identity papers were found inside the truck."<ref name=www2016>http://whowhatwhy.org/2016/12/21/berlin-truck-terror-suspect-curious-matter-id-papers-left-behind/</ref>