CIA operative killed in Afghanistan overseeing Suleymani’s liquidation


Somehow, it turned out that the representatives of the American power structures involved in the high-profile crimes of the US administration did not live long.


The assassination of Iranian general Kassem Suleimani was no exception in this series.

The Iranian agency Mehr, citing sources in Russian intelligence, reported that CIA operative Michael D'Andrea, involved in a number of special operations in the Middle East, including the murder, was aboard a plane of the US armed forces that crashed in the Afghan province of Ghazni. Suleimani.

The Taliban, who claimed responsibility for the death of the plane, had previously made a statement that CIA officers were on board, but they preferred to remain silent about this in the White House.

On the network, citing Reuters, there were reports that several people on board an American aircraft could survive and were hiding near the crash site.

Also, Arabic-language pages on social networks report that not far from the crash site, the Taliban allegedly shot down one of the American search and rescue helicopters.

Perhaps in the near future some details of the incident with the downed American plane will become known, but the full picture of the incident is unlikely to become public.

Just as it was in the case of the death of the special forces involved in the assassination of Bin Laden.
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  1. Yuri Nemov Offline Yuri Nemov
    Yuri Nemov (Yuri Nemov) 28 January 2020 19: 17
    +6
    The terrorists were overtaken by a well-deserved punishment, at the hands of the terrorists fed by them. The case when a snake bit its tail.
  2. Roarv Offline Roarv
    Roarv (Robert) 28 January 2020 21: 02
    +5
    The name and Sulejmani himself will now be a symbol of revenge on the mattresses ....
    The wheel of history rotates.
    ..This is just the beginning .....
    Who cultivated the Taliban, Al Qaeda, ISIS and all their leaders ... and then used them around the world.
    This took place until the Internet came to the information world. Now the peoples have learned to compare, receiving information ...
  3. sgrabik Offline sgrabik
    sgrabik (Sergei) 30 January 2020 09: 45
    +2
    I think that this CIA officer did not die by accident, such people are always under a "cap", and in fact, there he is, there is nothing to poke his nose where he should not.