February 9, 2009
Editor’s note: The Taliban — a Wahabbi sect created by the ISI and CIA — have impeccable timing considering Obama’s plan to increase the violence against Pakistan and his planned “surge” in Afghanistan.
A shocking new video that appears to show Pakistani militants beheading a kidnapped Polish engineer has emerged.
The seven-minute video appears to show the Polish hostage, Piotr Stanczak, sitting on the floor flanked by two masked men.
Off camera, a militant briefly engages him in conversation before three others behead him.
The video is so horrifying that some news wire agencies chose not to distribute the images.
One of the hooded men then addresses the camera, blaming Pakistan for the killing for not agreeing to their demands to release Taliban prisoners.
If confirmed, Stanczak’s death would appear to be the first killing of a Western hostage in Pakistan since U.S. journalist Daniel Pearl was beheaded in 2002.
The video was given to an Associated Press reporter yesterday in north-western Pakistan on a flash drive by an intermediary who said he obtained it from the Taliban.
Jacek Cichocki, Polish minister for security services, said he saw the full video and in his opinion ‘that is the Pole and the film is authentic.’
‘I can say that watching the film last night, it is a terrible thing,’ he told Poland’s TVN24 television, adding final confirmation would have to wait until diplomatic and consular services receive the body.