1 saw, Date Published: 13:43, 08/07/2014
(Independent) ... take Orientalist Russian Vyacheslav Matuszov that the leader of the "Daash" Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi collaborator with the CIA, pointing to his stay in the Bucca in southern Iraq before being released in 2009.
He Matuszov in dialogue with the Voice of Russia and briefed him (Independent) ... today, "al-Baghdadi was captured by U.S. forces in 2004, and was staying at Camp Bucca in southern Iraq, but was released later in 2009, under the administration of President Barack Obama, "pointing out that" al-Baghdadi, one way or another collaborator with the CIA. "
He added that "all the facts to suggest that al-Baghdadi is linked with the CIA, it is clear that over the years the prison has been involvement of the plans for the agency intelligence," explaining that "the Americans able to reach leaders Daash, requires only modifications to the tracks U.S. drone , but there is no decision in this regard in the U.S. Pentagon. "
Official reports indicate that the leader of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi Daash was arrested by U.S. forces and was staying at the Camp Bucca prison, but was released later.
According to official reports from the U.S. Department of Defense, was imprisoned a month in February and until the month of December / December 2004 AD. However, the former head of the prison, Colonel Kenneth King confirmed that al-Baghdadi, he stayed in prison until 2009, then was handed over to Iraqi authorities, which was released later.And immediately began to climb after that stunning Baghdadi in the ranks of the terrorist group Daash.
Here, the experts expressed confidence that the leader of the insurgents way or another collaborator with the CIA.(End)