Mulvi Kabir, the former Taliban governor in Afghanistan's Nangahar Province, and a key figure in the Taliban regime was recently captured in Pakistan, two senior US officials tell Fox News. Kabir, considered to be among the top ten most wanted Taliban leaders, was apprehended in the Naw Shera district of Pakistan's Northwest Frontier Province by Pakistani police forces in recent days.
A senior U.S. military official in Afghanistan called Kabir a “significant detention."
The intelligence that led to Kabir's capture was gathered from Mullah Baradar, the Taliban’s second in command, who was picked up roughly two weeks ago in Karachi, Pakistan by a joint CIA and Pakistani intelligence operation.
That's right, actionable and apparently accurate intel from someone we captured two weeks ago. And I can almost guarantee that he wasn't tortured.
Hey Mark Theissen, care to explain why your boy Bush couldn't accomplish in 8 years what Obama has done in one month?
Fox"News" and conservatives around the country are being rather mute on this because they realize that the actions of the Obama administration and it's position on the "War On Terror" completely invalidate their reactionary, fear-mongering, claims.