On Tuesday, two indictments were unsealed resulting from two separate DEA narco-terrorism undercover operations, according to a report obtained by the National Association of Chiefs of Police.
The first indictment charges Siavosh Henareh, Bachar Wehbe, and Cetin Aksu with conspiring to provide various forms of support to Hezbollah, an Islamic terrorist group based in Lebanon.
The second indictment charges Taza Gul Alizai (“Gul”) with narco-terrorism conspiracy, narco-terrorism, and heroin importation related to his supplying of 15 kilograms of heroin and six AK-47 assault rifles to a DEA confidential source whom Gul believed represented the Taliban.
Read the rest of Jim Kouri’s article at Examiner.com.
On Tuesday, two indictments were unsealed resulting from two separate DEA narco-terrorism undercover operations,…
by Tactical-Life.com / Jul 27, 2011