Olof Palme — South African Spies Likely Murdered Sweden Prime Minister

“The Anti Apartheid Conference in Stockholm, it is suggested by our Swedish Sources in Uppsala, would present the ideal opportunity to take the necessary action against Mr. Palme and it would be possible to ensure that the action be attributed to other groups.”

South Africa Military Intelligence Report (October 15 1985)

The murder of Prime Minister Olof Palme on 28 February 1986 shocked Sweden and had a great impact across Scandinavia. A local convict and addict Christer Pettersson was originally convicted of the murder but was acquitted on appeal. The crime remains unsolved to this day. Now, a document from South Africa Military Intelligence clearly indicates that the Apartheid regime’s spooks are almost certainly the culprits of this odious assassination. Follow us on Twitter: @Intel_Today

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On 28 February 1986, just before midnight, Olof Palme was walking home from a cinema with his wife Lisbeth Palme in the central Stockholm street Sveavägen when he was shot in the back at close range. A second shot grazed Lisbet’s back. The Prime Minister was pronounced dead on arrival at Sabbatsbergs sjukhus hospital.

A South Africa Military Intelligence Report — dated October 15 1985 — appears to solve this three-decade old cold case.

The report concludes that Mr. Palme must “now be seen as an enemy of the State.”

South African spies in Sweden are aware that an “Anti Apartheid Conference” will be held in Sweden in February 1986.

The report recommends that “the previously suggested action against Mr. Palme should now receive urgent attention.”

Finally, the report concludes that:

“The Anti Apartheid Conference in Stockholm, it is suggested by our Swedish Sources in Uppsala, would present the ideal opportunity to take the necessary action against Mr. Palme and it would be possible to ensure that the action be attributed to other groups.”

Following the death of Prime Minister Olof Palme, the CIA wrote a document — dated March 6 1986 — which summarize his “Foreign Policy Positions“.

Regarding the Swedish-Soviet relations, the CIA wrote:

“Palme believed his official visit to Moscow scheduled for April 1986 would significantly enhance the Swedish-Soviet dialog.”

The Document

The Assassination of Olof Palme

REFERENCES

Olof Palme — Wikipedia

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Olof Palme — South African Spies Likely Murdered Sweden Prime Minister

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