Thursday, December 27, 2007

In October e-mail, Bhutto said she would hold Musharraf responsible for her death

Raw Story

David Edwards and Nick Juliano
Published: Thursday December 27, 2007

In an e-mail sent to a confidant in the US two months ago, assassinated Pakistani opposition leader Benazir Bhutto said she would hold the country's current leader Pervez Musharraf "responsible" because his government did not do enough to provide for her security.

"I wld (sic) hold Musharraf responsible," Bhutto wrote to her US spokesman, Mark Siegel, in the October e-mail, which was reported Thursday afternoon by CNN's Wolf Blitzer. "I have been made to feel insecure by his minions, and there is no way what is happening in terms of stopping me from taking private cars or using tinted windows or giving jammers or four police mobiles to cover all sides cld (sic) happen without him."

Blitzer told viewers he received the e-mail soon after it was sent two months ago, but he agreed not to report on it unless Bhutto was assassinated. "It's a story I was asked to report to the world in -- if Bhutto were killed," he said.

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1 comment:

  1. Musharraf the Sheriff is still Bu$hco's boy, and is stuck with him.

    Ergo, US Special Forces are heading there a couple of weeks early.

    Count on more "creative destruction" Bu$hco style ala Iraq.

    Bet your arse our military has those nukes locked up. They better watch those "suicide" airliners too!