The Taliban 5 and world’s most wanted fugitive Viktor Bout
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Joe Biden on Thursday announced he traded the world’s most wanted fugitive, Russian Viktor Bout, for pot-smoking anti-American baller Brittney Griner.
Only a Democrat would think this was a good trade.
On May 31, 2014 President Obama announced that he transferred five top Taliban officers and Guantanamo Bay detainees to Qatar in exchange for the release of Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl who was held by the Taliban in Afghanistan.
Breitbart provided the following information about the Taliban 5 in December of 2015 –
The Taliban Five – Mohammad Fazl, Mohammed Nabi, Abdul Haq Wasiq, Mullah Norullah Nori, and Khairullah Khairkhwa – were freed from Guantánamo in exchange for Bergdahl.
Mohammed Fazl is one of the first freed Guantanamo detainees to be retained from Afghanistan, accused by the UN of committing war crimes, and suspected of taking part in the slaughter of thousands of Shiite Muslims.
Mohammad Nabi, the former chief of Taliban security, arranged cooperative offenses with Al Qaeda, according to declassified files.
Abdul Haq Wasiq, a deputy to the deceased Taliban chief, Mullah Omar, was one of the top intelligence officials for the jihadi leader. He arranged training with top Al Qaeda operatives.
Mullah Norullah Nori is a senior Taliban commander who is also wanted by the UN for war crimes, and also took part in the suspected mass killing campaign against Shiites.
Khairullah Khairkhwa, a Taliban commander, has ties to the Ayatollah’s regime in Tehran. He was reportedly trusted by Taliban chief Mullah Omar to negotiate ties with Iran.
Breitbart also noted more than a year ago that a House of Representatives report stated that at “least three of the five Taliban leaders… have tried to plug back into their old terror network” and there were indications then that Qatar was eager to have the Taliban Five depart their country. Breitbart also noted that, “If the Taliban Five leave (or have already left) Qatar, there is virtually no measure in place to track the former Guantanamo detainees, or prevent them from re-emerging on the battlefield.”
President-elect Donald Trump was highly critical of Bergdahl on the campaign trail after his release, calling him a “dirty, rotten traitor”.
The Government Accountability Office later concluded that the Obama Administration broke the law in the Bergdahl swap because Obama failed to notify Congressional Committees at least 30 days in advance of the deal.
Today four of the five Gitmo detainees swapped for Bowe Bergdahl were named as top commanders in Afghanistan’s new Taliban government.
What a trade!
On Thursday Joe Biden announced he made a prisoner swap with Russia. Joe traded pot-smoking b-ball player Brittney Griner for Viktor Bout, the “merchant of death” and the formerly most wanted international fugitive.
Brittney is famous for voicing her opposition to playing the American national anthem before basketball games.
She says America is racist.
The New York Post previously reported on Viktor Bout when news broke that Biden was going to make the insane prisoner swap.
Viktor Bout, an outlaw Russian arms dealer known as “The Merchant of Death,” is widely believed to be part of a proposed prisoner swap between the US and Russia for the safe return of Americans Brittney Griner and Paul Whelan.
Bout has been in US custody since 2008, when a secretive sting operation lead by the Drug Enforcement Administration captured him in Thailand.
Bout’s larger-than-life reputation makes it hard to separate fact from fiction when it comes to the arms trafficker’s resume. Much of his early life is unknown, but he’s believed to have been born in 1967 in then-Soviet Tajikistan. Bout was trained as a linguist at a Moscow military institute before serving with the Red Army as a translator in Angola.
Like many of the burgeoning oligarchs and tycoons to come out of the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, Bout took advantage of the economic chaos that followed.
When the Soviet Union broke up, military equipment belonging to the superpower ended up scattered across the 15 new nations created by the dissolution. These countries had neither the money with which to keep an army paid, nor the infrastructure to keep inventory on the weapons they’d just inherited.
Read more here.
Viktor Bout stole $32 billion from Ukraine.