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Saturday, December 17, 2011

Hezbollah Prisoner Ali Musa Daqduq Held By Iraq Forces For Karbala Raid that Killed 4 US Soldiers Will Only Face Minor Charge, Outrageous.


BAGHDAD – A Lebanese Hezbollah commander allegedly responsible for killing four U.S. soldiers in Iraq will be prosecuted for a lesser charge of illegal entry with a forged passport, Iraqi officials said Saturday. Ali Musa Daqduq was the last American prisoner in Iraq and was handed over to Iraqi authorities on Friday.



On Saturday, two Iraqi officials said Daqduq will be prosecuted for illegal entry with a forged passport (what the hell) -- the only Iraqi charge against him. The charge generally carries a sentence of just over five years in prison. But the officials say an investigative judge will consider U.S. allegations against him. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the matter.


Daqduq has been linked to the brazen Karbala raid (he led the raid see photo above) in which four American soldiers were abducted and murdered in cold blood in the Iraqi holy city of Karbala in 2007.
U.S. officials have long feared that the Iraqis would release Daqduq once he had been transferred from American control and U.S. troops left the country. But his case was complicated by issues of international diplomacy and the American political debate over how best to prosecute suspected terrorists.


See Prior Post....Friday, August 15, 2008  Iraqi Shiite Terror Squads Receiving Training in Iran, “special group criminals” who took part in the Karbala Raid of Jan 2007.

U.S.: Iraqi Shiite Terror Squads Receiving Training in Iran,”special group criminals”WASHINGTON — Iraqi Shiite explosive and assassination teams are being trained in at least 4 locations in Iran by Tehran’s elite Quds force and Lebanese Hezbollah.The Karbala raid in Jan 2007 was a Iraqi Shiite Terror Squad who had Trained in Iran, “special group criminals”.

A senior U.S. military intelligence officer in Baghdad also said the fighters planned to return to Iraq in the next few months to kill specific Iraqi officials as well as U.S. and Iraqi forces. The intelligence officer described the information Thursday in an interview with The Associated Press. He spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the intelligence information.

Arrested leaders of the “Special Group Criminals” in Iraq during 2007 were Ali Musa Daqduq, Qais Khazali and Layith Khazali,(see photos above) they were the Iranian operatives who helped plan a January 2007 raid in Karbala in which four American soldiers were killed, as per a American military spokesman in Iraq.
 
The officer on Wednesday provided Iraq’s national security adviser with several lists of the assassination teams’ expected targets. The country’s intelligence service is now preparing operations to determine where and when the specially trained fighters will enter Iraq and will provide an assessment to Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, the intelligence officer said.


Bill Warner Sarasota Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM at www.wbipi.com