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Afghan 'Green-on-Blue' Attacker Named as Iranian National
[VOA News] Authorities in Afghanistan say that a female policewoman who killed an American contractor in Kabul this week is an Iranian national. However,
those who apply themselves too closely to little things often become incapable of great things...
they have not presented any evidence that the woman has links to orc groups, or that Iran may have orchestrated the "insider attack."

The female police officer is being interrogated for killing Joseph Griffin, a 49-year-old American adviser to Afghan police. The shooting took place at Kabul's police headquarters and is being described as the first known "insider" attack by a woman.

Interior Ministry front man Sediq Sediqi disclosed at a news conference on Tuesday that the attacker, identified as Nargis, is a native Iranian and is married to an Afghan who works at the Ministry's criminal investigation department.

Sediqi said the policewoman illegally obtained her Afghan citizenship identification with the help of her husband before joining the national police force five years ago. He said she apparently acted alone.

The front man described the "mental condition" of the policewoman as "unstable" and said he has no evidence that would link her to orc groups involved in terrorist acts in Afghanistan. He said she holds an Iranian passport, but offered no evidence that Tehran was involved in the shooting.

Monday's attack has once again raised questions about the ability of Afghan authorities to manage their country's security after most foreign troops pull out of Afghanistan by the end of 2014.

"This incident shows that there are some gaps in the system and it proves that there might be many more like this particular woman who shot (to death) an American individual," said Said Mohammad Azam, a Kabul-based political commentator and a former government official.

At least 60 coalition members have been killed in such incidents this year, referred to as "green-on-blue" attacks, and they have severely undermined trust between foreign and Afghan forces as they jointly fight the Taliban insurgency.
Posted by:Fred

#5  Plausible deniability.

OK, I offer no Plausible deniability. they wern't .
Posted by: Redneck Jim   2012-12-26 20:14  

#4  but offered no evidence that Tehran was involved in the shooting

Plausible deniability.
Posted by: Rambler in Virginia   2012-12-26 10:38  

#3  My neighbor restores old Fords. He's got a small parts sand blaster that would take care of all that toe jam, possibly loosen up some lips as well.
Posted by: Besoeker   2012-12-26 09:18  

#2  Car batteries won't hurt them, use AC and burn them.
Posted by: Redneck Jim   2012-12-26 09:11  

#1  husband had no clue huh? Hook em both up to the car batteries, see what they know, then execute them
Posted by: Frank G   2012-12-26 08:13