War Stories in Jolo – Fox News covers reward vs. ASG

June 8, 2007 at 4:45 pm Leave a comment

FOX News war stories host Oliver North and team are covering the events down south a good first live report on Hanity and Combs of Fox is on the fox news website.

Oliver North Interviewes Brig. Gen Reuben Rafael and the US support team looking into why the Philippine led US backed joint operation is turning the tide versus the ASG and other groups down south.

You can click on the link below:

Terror Hunting

Exclusive! Ollie North is embedded in the Philippines with gov’t troops hunting for terrorists

On monday a reward of ten million dollars was handed over in part to four tipsters who led authorities to the grave of ASG leader Khadaffy Janjalani and also those who gve information that led to the end of abu soliman – the succesor to Janjalani.

State Department Press Release:

Media Note
Office of the Spokesman
Washington, DC
June 7, 2007
Rewards for Justice Pays $10 Million in Philippines; $5 Million Reward Each Paid for Two Abu Sayyaf Terrorist Leaders

U.S. Ambassador to the Philippines Kristie A. Kenney distributed rewards to four Filipino citizens in a public ceremony on the island of Jolo today. A group of Filipino citizens, represented by the four present at the ceremony, will share the total reward of $10 million. This payment is the second largest of its kind by the Bureau of Diplomatic Security’s Rewards for Justice (RFJ) program, the U.S. Department of State’s counterterrorism rewards program. Two notorious high-ranking leaders of the Abu Sayyaf Group, Khadaffy Janjalani and Abu Solaiman, were killed as a result of information provided by Filipino sources. Both terrorists were responsible for the kidnappings and deaths of Filipino and American citizens. Janjalani was killed during a battle with Armed Forces of the Philippines in October 2006, while Abu Solaiman died in similar circumstances in January 2007.

Since its inception, RFJ has paid more than $72 million to more than 50 people who have provided actionable information that has brought terrorists to justice or prevented acts of international terrorism. Anyone with information on a past or planned act of international terrorism against U.S. persons or property worldwide, or regarding the location of a key terrorist leader, is urged to contact RFJ directly at the following:

Internet: www.rewardsforjustice.net (secure online tip form)
E-mail: RFJ@state.gov
Hotline: 1-800-US-REWARDS (1-800-877-3927)
Mail: Rewards for Justice, Washington, DC 20522-0303

Anyone in the United States with information may also contact the nearest Diplomatic Security Service (DSS) or FBI field office. Persons located overseas may contact the Regional Security Office at the nearest U.S. Embassy or Consulate.

Established by the 1984 Act to Combat International Terrorism, RFJ is administered by the Bureau of Diplomatic Security, the U.S. Department of State’s law enforcement and security arm. The special agents, engineers, and security professionals of the Bureau are responsible for the security of 285 U.S. diplomatic missions around the world. In the United States, Diplomatic Security personnel protect the U.S. Secretary of State and high-ranking foreign dignitaries and officials visiting the United States, investigate passport and visa fraud, and conduct personnel security investigations. More information about the U.S. Department of State and the Bureau of Diplomatic Security may be obtained at www.state.gov/m/ds.

 

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Entry filed under: abu sayyaf, Abu Sayyaf leaders, asia, Filipino, filipino-american, Jemaah Islamiah, JI, terrorism, war on terror, World War 3.

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