3 Americans Charged with Helping Pakistani Taliban

3 Americans Charged with Helping Pakistani Taliban

Quetta : Pakistan | May 14, 2011 at 7:57 AM PDT
Source: Fox News
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Six individuals located in South Florida and Pakistan have been indicted on charges of providing financing and other material support to the Pakistani Taliban , the Department of Justice announced Saturday.  "Today terrorists have lost another funding source to use against innocent people and... FULL ARTICLE AT Fox News
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