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Mossad’s Female Assassin & I

Dr. David Russell-Weisz - WA Director General of Health

Dr. David Russell-Weisz – WA Director General of Health

Dr. David Russell-Weisz started working as WA Director General of Health in August 2015. Shortly afterward, Mossad took complete control of Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, SCGH. It is obvious what that means.

There are certain events that happened at SCGH that made me realise that the person behind Mossad criminal activities at the hospital was much more senior than the top management at the institution.

Organised Crime

Seven years ago, Mossad sent a female assassin to take me out. Up until then, I had not suspected that the shadowy people following me around and terrorising me actually intended to eventually kill me. I had thought that it was just some misunderstanding, and they would eventually leave me alone.

The woman first came to my house enquiring about some mundane local matter. She identified herself as someone living in the neighbourhood. When she came back a few days later, I immediately became suspicious.

With the advantage of hindsight, I later concluded that her first visit was meant to case the neighbourhood and my home, so that when she came the second time, she would take care of business quickly, and be on a flight to Tel Aviv, via Santiago or some other dubious destination, before anyone discovered my body.

Mossad must have studied my family’s routine very carefully, because when their assassin came to do the job, I was alone in the house, and the rest of my family wouldn’t have been back until eight hours later.

The fact that there was nothing to tie me to her meant that the murder would most probably never have been solved. And she must have been carrying a false ID.


The only reason I survived was because the Mossad agent was too over-confident. I also think, maybe she followed her instructions to the letter, and in that case, it is her boss who made a crucial error in the planning stage.

I think that, when a very well respected organisation is involved in criminal activities including murder, and gets away with it every time, they become complacent. That was my conclusion when Mossad’s female assassin failed in her mission to take me out as planned.

I survived because of ego and pride of the Mossad agents responsible for the mission. They wanted to do the assassination in style, probably so that the mission would be used to impress cadets – especially female cadets – at their training school in Tel Aviv, Israel.

SCGH: The 4th Mossad Agent

I have previously written about 3 Mossad agents that I knew, and who presented themselves as normal employees at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, SCGH.

Well, there was a fourth agent, though I did not exactly have direct interactions with him, and I only saw him for a very short period of time.

He was a short, thin guy – the smallest of the agents. What caught my attention about his behavior was his habit of wanting to be nondescript, wanting to remain unseen, anonymous. Unlike the other agents who wanted me to see them, and interact with them in order to bring familiarity, this guy behaved in the opposite way.

Considering that he was the latest Mossad agent unleashed on me at the hospital, it was logical that they would want him to act that way, in an opposite way, because they had most likely realized I had recognized the others by their behaviors and body language.

I never knew the name of the agent. He was small, but I could tell from his movements that he was all bone and muscle.

One day, I was in a staff dining area and he happened to come in and proceeded to start preparing a fruit to eat. It was only the two of us around. He seemed nonchalant in his actions, but I could tell by the way he handled the knife that he was no ordinary employee. He had superb knife skills, in a violent way.

On another day, I was walking along a deserted basement corridor that was only used by employees, usually as a short cut. Something told me to look behind me. And there was the guy, very close to me, only about two metres away. I wondered where he had come from, since I had not heard any footsteps. I guessed he must have been hiding somewhere in the basement.

He made me very, very uncomfortable. In fact, he is the only Mossad agent at SCGH that made me feel physically threatened. I couldn’t let him walk behind me like that, so I went to the other side of the corridor, walking in a way that I could see where he was at all times.

The same situation was repeated the next day. I was now not in any doubt who he was working for. I wondered, could he have been given instructions to knife me in the back?

After his second appearance at the basement right behind me, I never saw him again. I supposed that he had reported that I was extremely suspicious of him, and whatever instructions he had, would be difficult to carry out.