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Surveillance drones, M16 intelligence officers and special forces liaison officers have all been drafted in to find the officer named as Gulbuddin.
Satellite imagery and reconnaissance aircraft such as the new Astor Sentinel will also be used to track movements from the Nad-e-Ali area.
“We are gathering intelligence and interrogating that intelligence,” said the source. While it was too early to say precisely what role special forces will undertake it is understood that the SAS or SBS will be put on standby to snatch the policeman if his location becomes known.
An SAS squad was last night leading the manhunt for the Afghan assassin who gunned down five British soldiers in cold blood.
The SAS unit now on his tail will be aided by an SBS team.
Originally posted by andy1033
See how they talk about him killing in cold blood, what do these soldiers do to others all over the world.
Uk, and usa, think they have some divine right to kill anyone, and they think its pure or something.