Potential link between released Taliban leader and murder of CIA agent

Posted on: July 31st, 2014 by Will Rodriguez 2 Comments

The Daily Caller is running an article with attached video where special operations troops involved in the capture of Mullah Mohammad Fazl explain his link to the murder of CIA agent Mike Spann in the uprising at the Qala-i-Jangi prison in 2001.

Mohammad Fazl was one of the Taliban released for alleged deserter Bowe Bergdahl.  Five of seven of the soldiers who captured Mohammad Fazl believe he will return to the fight.

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  • LawyerHandle

    Fazl’s presence at Qala-i-Jangi was briefly mentioned when the story first broke but was quickly lost in the noise when news of members of Bergdahls former unit began speaking out again. It is nice to see it addressed again. I guess it is too much to think that one of the networks would pick this up and run it. His release was just another in a line of kicks in the junk to the Spann family that started w/ the (weak) charges brought against and sentence given to JWL.

  • YankeePapa

    …The United States has often vowed justice re killers of our people… only to drop the ball.  Either nothing is done… or killer winds up in other hands… who then release him… or he “escapes…”  
    …Ship carrying Wake Island POWs… Officer decided to become a “War God…”  Beheaded a number on deck.  After the War 6th Army clumsy in investigation in Japan and he vanished… in a country where the police knew everything…  
    …But the others were given life sentences… Some years later the United States… wanting to make nice with Japan freed them all.