Tuesday, April 26, 2011

nearly 500 taliban flee in 'daring' afghan jailbreak

surprise! signs of 'inside job' in afghan jailbreak
nearly 500 taliban flee in 'daring' afghan jailbreakfrom afp: Almost 500 Taliban fighters and commanders tunnelled out of a prison in an audacious jailbreak in southern Afghanistan which the government admitted on Monday was a security "disaster". The Taliban said it was behind the operation to free the inmates through a 360-metre tunnel into Kandahar prison which it been digging for five months. It claimed all those who escaped were Taliban, including over 100 commanders. The daring breakout in the Taliban's heartland, the prison's second in three years, threatens to undermine recent gains claimed by NATO forces in the area after a US-led troop surge, just as the annual fighting season begins. It is also a major embarrassment for Afghan forces who are due to take on greater responsibility for security in their country ahead of the planned withdrawal of foreign combat troops in 2014.

related geopolitiks updates:
color revolutions & the 'mystery gunmen'*

90 killed, 80 injured in syria clashes*
bush admin considered pakistan's spy agency, the cia-connected isi, a terrorist organization*
pakistan pushes karzai to drop US as ally, turn to china*
david rockefeller and now superman, globalist traitors*

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