Saturday, March 22, 2003

Other unfinished business
Bill Gertz in the Washington Times - Team to search for pilot lost since first Gulf war:
Defense and intelligence agencies have formed a special unit that will go into Iraq to search for Capt. Michael Scott Speicher, a missing U.S. Navy pilot believed to have been held captive in Iraq since 1991.

Creating the special unit comes as U.S. intelligence agencies reported last week that an American pilot believed to be Capt. Speicher was spotted alive in Baghdad earlier this month.

A classified intelligence report circulated to officials March 14 stated that Capt. Speicher was seen as he was being moved in Baghdad, although officials said the sighting could not be confirmed.
And when they track down the thugs that have held him captive, it's time for a lamp post and a long rope.

If they haven't already received a bunker buster up their ventral orifice.