jeudi 28 novembre 2013

United States of America/Pakistan: The posthumous Osama bin Laden revenge!

 
Pakistani doctor who helped the C.I.A. in 2011 to find Osama bin Laden is charged with murder.
On 24 November 2013, Dr Shakeel Afridi is accused by Mrs Gula Naseeb of District of Khyber in the tribal areas of north-west stronghold of Islamists, to have killed his son Sulaiman in 2007. The Surgeon is charged with murder and fraud, his lawyer confirmed Samiullah Afridi. The doctor, a graduate of the University of Peshawar is also accused of fraud, according to the indictment because he is not a surgeon and therefore would not have surgery.

Doctor and secret agent.


         Dr. Afridi had been recruited by the C.I.A. to conduct a fake vaccination campaign against hepatitis B in the town of Abbottabad, where Oussama bin Laden lived, hoping to collect D.N.A. that would identify him. However, he did not manage to gain access to the Bin Laden family. According to the complainant, the doctor operated three times her son for appendicitis, and he died after the third operation.
Dr. Shakeel Afridi was arrested after the U.S. raid that killed Osama Bin Laden on May 2, 2011. He had been convicted of treason for alleged links with the Islamist group Lashkar-e-Islam. He was sentenced to 33 years of prison in May 2012, but the sentence was suspended in August 2013.

Hero for Americans, Traitor to the Pakistanis.


         The raid had been denounced by Pakistan as a violation of its sovereignty and for a while had poisoned relations with the United States.
Remember, Bin Laden, born of 10 March 1957 at Riyadh in Saudi Arabia, the spiritual founder and leader of Al-Qaeda jihadist network claimed responsibility for the deadly attacks of 11 September 2001 in the United States including the World Trade Center in New York, which did 2,973 victims (19 hijackers) and 6,291 wounded.
Osama bin Laden had been living in hiding with his family in the neighborhood of Bilal Town at Abbottabad in Pakistan.

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