Dec 31, 2007

U.S. reportedly urged Bhutto to be more careful

WASHINGTON - The United States provided a steady stream of intelligence to Benazir Bhutto about threats against her before the former Pakistani prime minister was assassinated and advised her aides on how to boost security, although key suggestions appear to have gone unheeded, U.S. officials said Monday.
Much of what was passed on dealt with general threats from Taliban extremists and al-Qaida sympathizers and "was not actionable information."

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Actionable information? What the hell does that mean? It appears someone took some action since the woman was assassinated.... I think at this point that there's a very good chance that Musharraf's government either conducted or condoned Bhutto's assassination. That they did so because they knew that the Bush administration, turning a blind eye, would let them get away with it.

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