CIA chiefs face arrest over horrific evidence of bloody 'video-game' sorties by drone

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    US drone attacks: CIA chiefs face arrest over horrific evidence of bloody 'video-game' sorties | Mail Online
     
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    Re: CIA chiefs face arrest over horrific evidence of bloody 'video-game' sorties by d

    When GOP has given licence to free kill to US govt and CIA in return for aid $$$, why Pak is making so much fuss about all this ?
     
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    Not GoP but Mr.Shahzad Akbar and his organization.
     
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    Re: CIA chiefs face arrest over horrific evidence of bloody 'video-game' sorties by d

    Nothing new coming out of the delusional PR quarters of Islamabad. Many independent journalists have tried to gain access to the areas hit by the drone strikes, but it is found that the Taliban cordon off the area, and don't allow anyone to get anywhere near the hit area. The militant dead bodies and weapons are collected and sanitized, before journalists are allowed access the area by the Taliban. The dead are than paraded as "innocent civilians being killed in reckless drone strikes". It is nothing but Taliban propaganda which the Pakistanis are only too willing to peddle. When independent Pakistani journalists, such as Farhat Taj, access the area, conduct a poll, and talk to the locals and find out that the locals are actually happy that the drones are taking out Taliban targets, the Pakistanis vehemently protest and label these journalists as "liberal extremists". What an irony.

    I wonder where Shahzad Akbar was when the Pakistani Taliban banned girls education, publicly flogged women in the middle of Swat town, and murdered tribal elders and civilians.

    Here are some more facts for Pakistanis to chew on:

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    And while the Pakistanis en mass may scream "liberal extremists" on the top of their lungs, but regardless, they should get this through their head:
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