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And More Good News from Iraq


Guess where this came from? No, it’s not Reuters. Not AP. Not the NY Times…

WASHINGTON, Dec. 20, 2007 – Coalition forces captured a suspected “special groups” leader during operations yesterday in the northern Baghdad area, military officials reported.

The targeted individual was the special groups criminal element leader for Diyala province and oversaw logistics and operations in the area. He reportedly was responsible for storing weapons and procuring lethal aid, including explosively formed penetrators, to support attacks on Iraqi and coalition forces.

The man reportedly also is an associate of several other senior-level special groups members from Diyala to Baghdad who were involved in attacks on coalition forces.

It’s from American Forces News Service. And for those of you not used to the code words, “special groups” refers to Iranian-run organizations in Iraq.


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