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The German government supplied a secret Pentagon task force with names of Taliban leaders that the US then could target for assassination, documents show.
Buried in the 92,000 pages of documents released by the Web site Wikileaks is evidence that show the German government abetted a secret program to kill or capture Taliban leaders. The German government has already been helping the US generate a "hit list" through NATO, but this list went a step farther, bypassing transparency and judicial
Originally posted by stirling
I begin to see how the older ones among us should have been better at teaching the next gen., about what was learned from Vietnam.
The general pattern even down to the hit squads, of spec. ops. troops, that bring death in the night to nebulously accused people marked for death sentences by virtue of being disliked by some informer..........
It didnt work then, and it wont work now.Again i am amazed at the inability of the military to adapt or change.
The leaks are important and should be a slap in the face to those who never imagined this goverment could decieve them so casually.I hope this is a wake-up.........
Your attempt to draw a connection between the brown shirts and a legitimate military unit is appalling.
I fail to understand the reason for all this fuss, alqueda and taliban leaders don't belong to a sovereign nation and they surely don't prescribe to any aspects of the geneva convention.
I am pretty sure you can find a better, more meaningful way to drum up antigovernment sentiment, especially considering your intention to bend the truth and mislead.