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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Fazal Saeed
Gunmen riding in a car with tinted windows near the Afghan border on Monday shot and killed a senior Pakistani Taliban commander who helped train and deploy the group's suicide bombers, Pakistani intelligence officials said.
Gunmen in a car with tinted windows near the Afghan border Monday fatally shot a senior Pakistani Taliban commander who helped train and deploy the group's suicide bombers, Pakistani intelligence officials said.
Fazal Saeed said he is forming his own group, Tehrik-e-Taliban Islami, and will focus on fighting NATO troops in Afghanistan.
"We have repeatedly protested over killing unarmed and innocent people in these attacks, but no heed was paid, so we are splitting from Tehrik-e-Taliban [Pakistan]," Mr. Saeed told the Associated Press by phone from an undisclosed location.