Dubai police now say that they have identified 26 suspects in the assassination of Mahmoud al-Mabhouh — widely believed to be a Mossad operation. The government also released toxicology reports that show that Al-Mabhouh was first drugged and then suffocated.
The tests show that al-Mabhouh was injected with succinylcholine, a drug sometimes used as an anesthetic, before he was suffocated. They saw that there were signs that he resisted.
Police also say that they have DNA evidence, which could play a critical role in the expanding search for the killers.
More interesting is that the government now believes that not all of the passports were stolen — some used their own passports.
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