Militants kill 'US spy' in N Waziristan

Hand-written note saying man was caught spying for US was found beside his bullet-riddled.


Reuters August 24, 2011

MIRANSHAH: Suspected militants killed an Afghan refugee in Pakistan's North Waziristan region in the northwest on suspicion of being a spy for the United States, local intelligence officials said.

The bullet-riddled body of the man was found by the road in the Datta Khel area on Tuesday night. An ATM card from an Afghan bank and a hand-written note, stating that he was caught spying for the United States, were found beside the body.

Militants have killed hundreds of people in Pakistan's restive tribal belt on the Afghan border on suspicions of spying.

COMMENTS (1)

Ali | 9 years ago | Reply

If these militants are really sincere in waging a war against Americans then kill as many as you can but why killing innocent Pakistanis and giving a bad name to Islam and Pakistan? Stop lying to the whole world that your fighting America but in reality killing innocent Pakistanis everyday.

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