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The United States has announced a $10 million reward for information leading to the capture of Hafiz Saeed, a Pakistani militant leader accused of orchestrating the 2008 Mumbai attacks, and who in recent months has emerged at the vanguard of a prominent anti-American political movement.
And it met with a contemptuous reception in Lahore, the eastern Pakistani city where Mr. Saeed lives openly, running his operations from a sprawling compound on the edge of the city.
But the case of Mr. Saeed, a 61-year-old former engineering professor, is unusual because his whereabouts are not a mystery.
A senior aide described the American reward as an “April fool’s joke” and ridiculed the notion that Mr. Saeed was a hunted man.
Originally posted by boymonkey74
Ok if we have his address anyone fancy getting a A-Team type squad to catch this sucker?
We could call it The ATS-Team baggsie the Murdoch type dude Beep Beep