Skip to comments.India asks for access to American
Posted on 06/03/2010 9:57:49 AM PDT by Nachum
WASHINGTON (AP) - India made a push Thursday to interview an American citizen linked to the deadly 2008 Mumbai terrorist attacks, adding a note of tension to high-level talks with the United States.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton didn't publicly respond to the request by Indian Foreign Minister S. M. Krishna. She said this week's inaugural U.S.-India Strategic Dialogue is a chance to address doubts in both countries that are hindering what she calls a crucial global relationship.
A major part of the talks will deal with extremists in Pakistan, both those fighting U.S. troops from havens along the Afghan-Pakistan border and those that India blames for the attacks on its financial capital that left 166 people dead.
(Excerpt) Read more at breitbart.com ...
The list, ping
she is the least powerful and weakest SOS in modern history — just Ayers’ and Soros’ (thus, the TOTUS’) errand-girl.
This is just another example.
Did I miss something...is he from Chicago or a frequent guest at the WH?
The questioning of a muzzie terrorist? Please. Bummer will not allow that - that might be jumping to conclusions or some other logical reaction.
The Obama Administration stonewalled the Injuns for months.
Now they have apparently allowed access but much relevant info may have become outdated, and Headley has no reason to be forthcoming, having cut some deal with the USG, and under no threat of extradition to India.
The feeling is that any access granted by the US is now strictly pro forma, like voting Present.
The Pakistani JihadiMilitary Complex smirks and tries not to break out in huge s**teating grins.
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.