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    Monday, January 28, 2008

    Now if Google Earth: every 24/:Baitullah Mehsud home?

    Looking for Baitullah Mehsud, this artst rendering is exclusive to this site.

    Didn't see him lookng UP.

    Here we have a small town, note the lack of compound walls.
    A auto from 300 feet.
    No autos, trucks..
    No autos or Trucks.
    auto top of curve.
    Mosque, note very tall shadow in left corner, the shadow of the tall minaret, where the call Muslims to prayer. or maybe a tall chimney..
    Another unnamed small town, no compound walls.
    501 feet, note all the autos in middle right.

    All photos from Baitullah's area,

    Great video of area they are hunting Baitullah Mehsud. Compound by compound.



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    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    4:22 PM  
    Blogger gerald said...

    US homes in on militants in Pakistan
    By Syed Saleem Shahzad

    KARACHI - Another piece of the United States' regional jigsaw is in place with the completion of a military base in Afghanistan's Kunar province, just three kilometers from Bajaur Agency in Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas.

    Pakistani intelligence quarters have confirmed to Asia Times Online that the base, on a mountain top in Ghakhi Pass overlooking Pakistan, is now operational. (This correspondent visited the area last July and could clearly see construction underway. See A fight to the death on Pakistan's border Asia Times Online, July 17, 2007.)

    The new US base is expected to serve as the center of

    clandestine special forces' operations in the border region. The George W Bush administration is itching to take more positive action - including inside Pakistan - against Pakistani Taliban and al-Qaeda militants increasingly active in the area and bolstering the insurgency in Afghanistan.

    Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf has officially rejected US proposals to expand the US presence in Pakistan, either through unilateral covert Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) operations or by joint operations with Pakistani security forces, but this is not necessarily the end of the matter, especially as the situation in Afghanistan deteriorates. According to reports, Mike McConnell, the director of US national intelligence, and CIA director General Michael Hayden visited Pakistan this month to meet with Musharraf.

    5:26 PM  
    Blogger gerald said...

    nice find .....


    5:26 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Who could it be now?
    Baitullah death warrant?

    Goes nicely with the atimes article - New base etc.

    Of course, I've never trusted ABC.

    4:14 PM  

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