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Pakistan Army's SSG Commandos Killed PPP Chief Benazir Bhutto

Saturday, December 29, 2007 - 04:26 AM EST - 114 Reads
Section: Army vs Pakistan
NOTE: This New York Sun article points out that Pakistan Army's
Special Service Group (SSG) commandos murdered Pakistan Peoples Party
(PPP) Chairwoman Ms. Benazir Bhutto, 54 (1953-2007), in her vehicle on
Thursday, 27 December 2007 during the PPP rally at the Liaqat Bagh
(park) in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Anti-Benazir criminal terrorist Pervez
Musharraf worked for seven years in the Pakistan Army's Special
Service Group of Commandos, where he learned the evil art of
assassination.


Pakistan Army's SSG Commandos Killed PPP Chief Benazir Bhutto
Assassination is Laid to Team of Precision Snipers

By ELI LAKE

WASHINGTON DC, USA, 28 December 2007 (The New York Sun): American and
Pakistani military leaders are seeking to account for what may be
renegade commando units from the Pakistani military's special forces
in the wake of the assassination of Pakistan's Opposition leader and
former Prime Minister, Benazir Bhutto.

The attack yesterday at Rawalpindi bore the hallmarks of a
sophisticated military operation. At first, Bhutto's rally was hit by
a suicide bomb that turned out to be a decoy. According to press
reports and a situation report of the incident relayed to The New York
Sun by an American intelligence officer, Bhutto's armored limousine
was shot by multiple snipers whose armor-piercing bullets penetrated
the vehicle, hitting the former premier five times in the head, chest
and neck. Two of the snipers then detonated themselves shortly after
the shooting, according to the situation report, while being pursued
by local police.

A separate attack was thwarted at the local hospital where Bhutto
possibly would have been revived had she survived the initial
shooting. Also attacked yesterday was a rival politician, [PML-N Chief
Muhammad] Nawaz Sharif, another former Prime Minister who took power
after Bhutto lost power in 1996.

A working theory, according to this American source, is that [PML-Q
and MQM] groups had effectively suborned at least one unit of
Pakistan's Special Services Group [SSG], the country's equivalent of
Britain's elite SAS commandos. This official, however, stressed this
was just a theory at this point. Other theories include that the
assassins were trained by [SSG] or were from other military services,
or the possibility that the assassins were retired Pakistani [Army]
special forces.

"They just killed the most protected politician in the whole country,"
this source said. "We really don't know a lot at this point, but the
first thing that is happening is we are asking the Pakistani military
to account for every black team with special operations capabilities."

Bhutto survived a suicide bombing attack in October [2007] and then
went public with a list of former and current security and military
officials she said had been plotting to kill her. At the time, she
asked for the FBI [U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation] to
investigate the attacks.

The prospect that Bhutto's attackers were [Pakistan Army] trained
special forces operatives raises profound questions for America's
policy of giving financial aid to Pakistan's military. Since the
attacks of September 11, 2001, America has provided the Musharraf
regime with more than $10 billion.

A close associate of Bhutto for more than two decades, Hussein
Haqqani, yesterday said he believed Pakistan's security services were
complicit in the assassination of his friend. "I don't think they were
complicit, as in, they did it, I mean this as they allowed this to
happen. Of course that includes the possibility of actual complicity.
I think her security needs and concerns were not addressed," he told
the Sun. Mr. Haqqani said he thought it was a possibility that [PML-Q
and MQM] had penetrated the security services.

Violent protests reportedly were spreading throughout Pakistan
yesterday. A Pakistan expert at the Rand Corporation, Seth Jones, said
he would need to study the technical details of the assassination to
determine if it was an inside job. "If there is anywhere to fault the
national security establishment, it would be not protecting her well
enough," he said.

"Al-Qaeda" group has not yet issued an official statement claiming
credit on its two largest Web forums.

A White House spokesman, Scott Stanzel, said: "Whoever perpetrated
this attack is an enemy of democracy and has used a tactic which [PML-
Q or MQM] is very familiar with, and that is bombing and the taking of
innocent lives to try to disrupt a democratic process." President Bush
yesterday condemned what he called a "cowardly attack."

A senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, Daniel Markey,
who just returned from Pakistan, told reporters on a conference call
yesterday that there were plenty of people around Mr. Musharraf "who
were angry with Benazir Bhutto."

The assassination is particularly troubling for American policy. For
the last year, the [U.S.] State Department in particular has tried to
broker a power sharing agreement between Mr. Musharraf and Bhutto,
reasoning that Mr. Musharraf alone lacked the legitimacy to wage a
full military war against "Al-Qaeda."

Source: The New York Sun, New York, USA

INFORMATION PRESS - News Views Media - www.InformPress.com - USA



Note: ==================================================
- Publisher: INFORMATION PRESS - News Views Media - USA
- Chief Editor: Journalist SYED ADEEB
- http://www.InformPress.com
==================================================








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