A police commander’s dinner guests killed him and 6 other officers in Afghanistan’s volatile Kandahar region. Ahmad Jawed Faisal, spokesman for the governor of Kandahar province, said the two insurgents were dinner guests invited by the commander to eat with him at his checkpoint. Immediately after dinner, they picked up weapons and opened fire. The Taliban had previously indicated that such “infiltration” attacks would become more common throughout Afghanistan.
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A police commander's dinner guests killed him and 6 other officers in Afghanistan's volatile Kandahar…
by Tactical-Life / May 28, 2013