Dr. Shakil Afridi, the man claimed to have taken DNA off of Osama Bin Laden in 2011 to identify him to the CIA, was convicted in 2012 of being a heavy funder of the rebels in Pakistan — the Pakistani Taliban.
Aside from being reported to have been the man responsible for alerting US authorities of Bin Laden’s hiding place — which led to his reported death, though this is heavily disputed as there has been no proof whatsoever of Bin Laden actually dying, let alone existing as who he was claimed to be — Dr. Afridi also happens to be yet another Middle Eastern CIA connection who has been caught red-handed funding violent rebel groups, as well as tending to injured terrorists. He was convicted in Pakistan for these offenses in 2012.
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Today — March 17th — another twist in this narrative came into play as the doctor’s former lawyer and relative, Samiullah Khan Afridi, was shot dead in the northwestern city of Peshawar. The assailants escaped unidentified, though reports are pointing the finger at the Taliban.
Six-months ago Khan Afridi announced he would no longer be acting as the doctor’s legal counsel. He then left Pakistan in November after reportedly receiving death threats from the Taliban — the same group being blamed for the Pakistani school shooting in late-December which left over 130 students and 19 staff dead.
Once again the strange circumstances surrounding Bin Laden, his life and death, the Middle East situation, terrorist networks and the money they bring in, and so on, all comes back around the involvement of the CIA on the side of the rebels. Here we have, once again, a man connected to the very terrorist networks that the US is spending billions to fight having direct connections and lines of dialogue with the CIA — the US government.
This news comes as other stories are breaking of a man in Turkey — who works for Canadian Intelligence [CSIS] — being arrested for recruiting teens to join ISIS in Syria; the Israeli Defense Forces being photographed beside al Qaeda in the Golan Heights; and Iraqi officials reportedly arresting US, Israeli, and Saudi military advisors to ISIS. With no doubt these terrorist networks are a creation and ongoing project of the west, despite what mainstream media sources are pushing.
Aside from the Bin Laden capture and killing being exposed as an American hoax, the above mentioned issues raise many questions into the actual motive behind the murder of Samiullah Khan Afridi.
When logically thought out, he resigned as Dr. Afridi’s lawyer over half-a-year ago, clearing him of being a threat to the Taliban. This is especially strange considering the doctor continued to treat medically and fund the Taliban for a year — give or take — after he apparently identified the Taliban’s leader to his sworn enemy — the CIA — and had him killed.
Could Samiullah Khan Afridi, lawyer to a known rebel funder and CIA asset, have known too much about the inner workings of America’s intelligence operations? Could he have been a loose end that needed to be cut off?
It’s a strange case indeed, and one that seems far from over. Many questions need to be answered. Unfortunately, Samiullah Khan Afridi won’t be providing any from here on out.
12 Men Executed in One Day by Pakistani Officials
The worldwide recognized school shooting in December led to Pakistan lifting its ban on the death penalty. As a result of the reinstatement, the same day Khan Afridi was murdered, the state also murdered 12 people.
In a statement about the 12 murders at the hands of the government, Pakistan’s Home Minister said these were just the beginning of many executions to come, stating simply, and coldly, “we have started a process, and it will continue.”
By Olan Thomas of Cut2TheTruth.com.
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