Saturday, December 03, 2005

CIA Gets al-Qaida Number 3 Guy

This MSNBC article says the Pakistan president confirms it.

Rabia has been sought by both U.S. and Pakistani officials for more than
two years. Pakistan has offered a $1 million reward for his capture. He is
believed to have participated in the planning for two assassination attempts
against Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf on Dec. 14 and Dec. 25, 2003. At
that time, Rabia was believed to be the chief deputy to Abu Faraj al-Libbi,
al-Qaida's operational chief and the No. 3 man in the organization. In May,
Pakistani security forces captured Abu Faraj and turned him over to the United

Ol' BC may be somewhat confused, but it seems that the U.S. is still searching for the terrorists in spite of what Admiral Kennedy of the SS Oldsmobile and his cronies try to make the general public believe.

Just a thought.


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