Al-Shabaab executes man accused of being a CIA spy in Mogadishu

Al-Shabaab executes man accused of being a CIA spy in Mogadishu

Mogadishu : Somalia | Jan 31, 2011 at 12:49 PM PST
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A man accused of spying for the Central Intelligence Agency has been murdered by masked militants in Mogadishu.

His name was Mr. Ahmed Ali Hussein.

By witness account he was not allowed to speak in his own defense, and after a reading of the charges against him, he was executed in front of frightened residents, including women and crying children, assembled together outside and into the street by armed militants to witness the execution. Which is nothing but terrorism pure and simple.

The man who oversaw the execution was Sheikh Omar, Al-Shabaab Mogadishu district court judge. Another man who played a role in this brutal execution was Sheikh Al Mohomed Hussein, Al-Shabaab's Waali (governor).

Both these men are now wanted for murder and terrorism. Anyone with information in this case is urged to contact the US Embassy in Mogadishu, or Central Intelligence Agency @

Robert Tilford

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