Skip to comments.US tightens screws on Pakistan with $10 million bounty
Posted on 04/03/2012 6:04:47 AM PDT by nuconvert
The US has offered a $10 million bounty for the Pakistani militant accused of plotting the 2008 terror attack in Mumbai, which killed 166 people, including several US citizens. The move was welcomed in India, but could anger rival Pakistan, which has been considering changes to its fraught relationship with the US.
Hafiz Mohammad Saeed lives openly in Pakistan, occasionally giving speeches and appearing on talk shows, and founded the Pakistani militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) in the 1980s. The US considers it a terrorist group and Pakistan officially banned LeT in 2002 under US pressure, but the group still operates relatively freely in Pakistan, Associated Press reports
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Where do we get the money to throw around like this? This is stupid.
Ten million is a lot to most people.
Compared to the usual expenditure of funds (e.g. military aid to the 'ally' Pakistan), using money to try and get a terrorist who has killed many, including Americans, is genius.
Big whoop! How much was the4 bounty on osama? If I remember right it was $25 million. How did that work out? n/s
Do you declare that you do not need that? $10 million dollars is a fluke to this high roller...
Exactly. For all the jihadi illiterates $10 million could just as well be 10 cents.
You believe the rhetoric.
What rhetoric is that?
Take a few breathes. Reread your response. Your life must be nice.
Sure, I’d take 10 million, but that’s besides the point.
Did they even consider Dog the Bounty Hunter, he may do it a little cheaper.
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