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Cell phone tracking helped find al—Zarqawi

U.S. military: Terrorist alive briefly after air strike

BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) —— Intelligence from cell phone technology helped U.S. forces find and kill Abu Musab al—Zarqawi, said an Iraqi army colonel Friday in an exclusive interview with CNN.

Col. Dhiya Tamimi said he worked with U.S. forces to monitor al—Zarqawi and his associates' cell phones, helping to lead to Wednesday night's airstrike on a safe house near Baquba.

Why should we worry about the U.S. Intelligence Community's leaks or those by our esteem legislators aiding the enemy or putting off allied governments and intelligence services when the 'allies' sometimes do the leaking themselves?

That CNN published this information is also a tad worrisome.

Just wondering.

Dennis Sevakis   6 10 06

Cell phone tracking helped find al—Zarqawi

U.S. military: Terrorist alive briefly after air strike

BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) —— Intelligence from cell phone technology helped U.S. forces find and kill Abu Musab al—Zarqawi, said an Iraqi army colonel Friday in an exclusive interview with CNN.

Col. Dhiya Tamimi said he worked with U.S. forces to monitor al—Zarqawi and his associates' cell phones, helping to lead to Wednesday night's airstrike on a safe house near Baquba.

Why should we worry about the U.S. Intelligence Community's leaks or those by our esteem legislators aiding the enemy or putting off allied governments and intelligence services when the 'allies' sometimes do the leaking themselves?

That CNN published this information is also a tad worrisome.

Just wondering.

Dennis Sevakis   6 10 06