A Predator Drone strike killed up to 24 taliban terrorist scum yesterday during a taliban meeting held in a cave 4 km from the Afghan border. The Pakistani army is denying reports of the Predator Drone strike and instead insist that explosives went off when being loaded onto a vehicle.
DAMADOLA, Pakistan, Oct. 25 (UPI) -- A U.S. drone reportedly killed 24 people in northern Pakistan, including Taliban members meeting in an underground hideout, witnesses and officials said.
Twelve people were reported wounded in Saturday's attack in Damadola, Bajaur, about 4 miles from the Afghan border.
"I heard two loud explosions when a meeting of the Taliban was in progress," Damadola resident Hazrat Gul told Sunday's edition of Dawn.
Two relatives of Maulvi Faquir Mohammad, a Taliban commander in Bajaur, were among the dead, Dawn reported. Mohammad had left the meeting just minutes before the attack, local officials said.
From Bill Roggio, according to an unnamed US intelligence official, Faquir might have been tipped off by the ISI. "We've seen Taliban and al Qaeda leaders leave meetings minutes before the hit far too often for this to be a coincidence," the official said
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