Feb 21 2010
Hopefully, this latest Taliban leader captured in Karachi yesterday will stay in Pakistan and be subjected to their system of justice. Terrorists are not entitled to Miranda rights. OR Geneva conventions rights.
Another suspected Taliban military leader was arrested in the Pakistan today just hours after it emerged the group’s second in command had been seized.
Abu Waqas was captured by police in Karachi, the same city where CIA agents helped find Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, the No. 2 behind Afghan Taliban founder Mullah Mohammad Omar.
Waqas, who is accused of commanding insurgents in Pakistan’s Bajaur region on the Afghan border, allegedly admitted recruiting several young girls as suicide bombers.
He was pictured shackled and blindfolded as he was led into security forces custody this afternoon.
The recent arrest represent a major victory against the insurgents as allied troops push into their heartland in southern Afghanistan. UK DAILY MAIL
SO, can a little waterboarding be far behind?
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