Team of 11 Europeans killed senior Hamas leader, claims Dubai police chief
Al Qassam website - The police of Dubai Emirate revealed on Monday the details about the assassination of Hamas leader Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf Mabhouh on the twentieth of last January.
Dubai Police revealed the names and identities of the mercenaries involved in the crime and offered a video monitor the movements of the 11 assassins with European passports, including a woman.
"We have identified the suspects and will issue arrest warrants against them and will take legal action against anyone or any party which will prove to stand behind the murder," Tamim added, as police released photos and CCTV videos of the accused European nationals.
The alleged assassins, 10 men and one woman, used "advanced technologies" not available in the UAE to execute their mission, moving from hotel to hotel dressed as tennis players, Tamim said. All carried European Union passports – six British, three Irish and one each from France and Germany, he said.
The National, an English-language newspaper in the UAE, said police identified the main suspect at French citizen Peter Elvinger, 49. He was the logistical coordinator and the one who booked a room down the hall from Al-Mabhouh's hotel room, the report said.
The other suspects were identified by the newspaper as Irish nationals Gail Folliard, Kevin Daveron and Evan Dennings; UK nationals Paul John Keely, Stephan Daniel Hodes, Melvyn Adam Mildiner, Jonathan Louis Graham, James Leonard Clarke and Michael Lawrence Barney. German national Michael Bodenheimer is also a suspect, according to the report.