The Pardu

The Pardu
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Tuesday, February 11, 2014

US INTEL Yields An American Al Qaeda Leader! What Next?

               As some are now dead!

 Under the Direction of (even if loose direction) 


US Intelligence and military operatives (Special Forces units) are more than competent at fighting threats to the nation. Even though what you are about to see (albeit shadowy circuit camera footage) is an action against an Al Qaeda leader who is not a US Citizen, the footage speaks volumes about US defense capability. The video speaks volumes about cooperation and INTEL is at the core of all such success stories. 

Gone in 40 seconds!  One less Al Qaeda leader to plot against you and me.  

Family members said suspected al-Qiaida leader Anas al-Libi
was kidnapped outside his house in Tripoli, Libya on October 5, 2013.
INTEL has apparently turned on another Al Qaeda leader who is reported to be an American. Issues. Should Us Intel/CIA or special forces 'take-out' the Al Qaeda threat. We use the words "Al Qaeda" threat and forego the use of the words "American citizens" for a reason. Our belief is, once the American joins Al Qaeda and actively plots against the US or its allies, the American effectively relinquishes his citizenship and kissed-off his constitutional rights.

A frequent analogy that hits me like a club. Would I or you have found it acceptable if US INTEL had discovered Timothy McVeigh and 'droned' the terrorist in route to the Oklahoma Federal Bldg.?  

Joshua Holland via Bill Moyers Dot Com explores a decision that President Obama must make and make soon. 
One quick twist. 

Discovery of these killers could involve " dead or alive bounty" money. What happens with the INTEL source if the US defers to sensitivity about "Extra Judicial Execution" and drones with subsequent "no-action" on the American Al Qaeda?

Joshua Holland.....

Report: US Officials ‘Debating’ Whether to Kill a Fifth American by Drone (via Moyers & Company)
Details are scarce in this New York Times article by Mark Mazzetti and Eric Schmitt: The Obama administration is debating whether to authorize a lethal strike against an American citizen living in Pakistan who some believe is actively plotting terrorist…

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