Based on intelligence sources, WMR previously reported a link between the Dick Cheney-Pentagon Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) assassination team and the the assassination in December 2007 of former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. WMR has now obtained from knowledgeable Pakistani sources the logistical network behind the killing of Bhutto.
Pakistani sources who have closely monitored the activities of Waziristan-based militants have discovered that Abdullah Masud, the reputed brother of Waziristan-based insurgent leader Baitullah Mehsud, was released by the United States from detention in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba after his capture in Afghanistan in December 2001 by the forces of Afghan Uzbek warlord Abdul Rashid Dostum after the Battle of Kunduz. Mehsud spent 25 months in Guantanamo but was released by the United States and returned to South Waziristan where he joined Baitullah Mehsud's forces and rebuilt the Taliban network in Pakistan's tribal region with the bllessing of the CIA. Abdullah Mehsud was killed with other militants by Pakistani forces in an attack on their house in Baluchistan on July 24, 2007. However, Pakistani sources report that Abdullah Mehsud was secretly working with U.S., Indian, and Israeli intelligence.
Abdullah Mehsud was eventually replaced by Qari Zainuddin, but he began blowing the whistle on cooperation between Baitullah Mehsud's Tehreek-e-Taliban movement and Indian and U.S. intelligence, specifically in its involvement in the assassination of Mrs. Bhutto. After Zainuddin stepped up his charges that Baitullah Mehsud worked with the Indians and Americans to assassinate Bhutto, he was killed by his bodyguard Gulbadin Mehsud last month on June 23.
Baitullah Mehsud's sudden rise to prominence in Pakistan's northwest tribal region has raised eyebrows in Pakistan. Baitullah Mehsud, according to WMR's sources, "came out of nowhere and all of a sudden raised an army of thousands that get paid salaries up to eight times higher than the national average."
In addition, the encrypted communications systems used by Baitullah Mehsud's forces "has been too sophisticated for our intelligence to crack," according to our sources.
WMR has also learned that the equipment and weapons found by Pakistani security forces in Tehreek-e-Taliban arms caches and on the dead bodies of the insurgent fighters is manufactured in India and Israel. The dead militants have also found to be mostly uncircumcised, an unthinkable practice among dedicated Taliban members.
There is a strong belief by Pakistani authorities that Baitullah Mehsud and his network is part of the secret Cheney-Pentagon JSOC/Task Force 121 assassination and has operated with the support of Indian and Israeli intelligence. This is the first indication that the secret military group run out of Cheney's office has links to groups and individuals identified in the past as being part of the Taliban/"Al Qaeda" construct.
The real secret about the Cheney-Pentagon team is that it participated in other terrorist attacks attributed to "Al Qaeda." Future revelations about Cheney's covert team may expose the former Vice President's involvement in activities much more damaging than political assassinations and kidnappings, including the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.
Previously, WMR was informed by knowledgeable sources in central Asia that exiled leaders of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan living in the tribal region bordering Afghanistan and Pakistan had been linked to JSOC personnel assigned to the Cheney-Pentagon secret team. They had been linked to the May 2005 anti-government riots in Andijan in eastern Uzbekistan that killed some 200 people.
Joint Israeli and Indian "false flag" intelligence operations in Pakistan began in earnest in early 2001 with "Operation Blue Tulsi," according to WMR's Pakistani sources. Indian Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) and Mossad agents of the agency's special operations Metsada unit and special forces Sayeret Matkal Unit 262 infiltrated Pakistan to conduct false flag assassinations of Islamic clerics and military officers, journalists, government officials, foreign diplomatic personnel, and judicial authorities. In addition, bombs would be exploded on trains and in railway and bus stations, movie theaters, hotels, foreign embassies, and mosques. Islamist insurgent groups would be blamed for the attacks by the international media.
The group also incited secessionist tensions in Baluchistan, a move that saw the creation of Jondollah, which launched terrorist attacks in the Baluch region of southeastern Iran under the primary direction of the CIA station in Muscat, Oman.
The ultimate target of Operation Blue Tulsi was reportedly the destruction of Pakistan's nuclear weapons inventory and its means of production. Blue Tulsi was closely coordinated by the RAW, CIA, the Pentagon's JSOC, Mossad, and Rehman Malik, the head of the Pakistani Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) during Bhutto's second term as Prime Minister. Malik was reportedly a key interlocutor in Pakistan between his intelligence agents and the CIA/Pentagon team, Mossad, and RAW. Suspicously, Malik was the head of Bhutto's security team when she was assassinated in Rawalpindi on December 27, 2007. Bhutto's widower, Presiddent Asif Ali Zardari "rewarded" Malik's lax attention to security by appointing him Interior affairs adviser and then Interior Minister of Pakistan.