Weapons Caches Found By Joint Forces
The border patrol of Iraq was on the ball when they detained for questioning a suspected terrorist. As the terrorist started to enter the Iraqi nation he was stopped, and questioned. When information was received that led to the discovery of two weapons caches in Butha Iraq the Iraqiâ€™s then arrested the Terrorist and is holding him for questioning.
The forces of Iraqi Security were conducting operations in searching for various weapons caches when they found a house in an abandoned village nearby. In the house was over 100 pounds of ammonium nitrate and a couple of 90 mm boxes of ammunition. There were also about nine explosives containers.
After they searched the village the Iraqi Security officers uncovered a family living in hiding, and the terrorist was discovered living with this family. After further questioning the family and the insurgent, they discovered the existence of two additional caches of weapons in the Burtha region, and they then arrested the insurgent and held him for further questioning.
The suspected insurgent is a member of the Islamic Iraqi state, which is a front organization for Al Qaeda functioning inside Iraq. He was in the country and admits to attempting to recruit and find other members of Al Qaeda. In the two weapons caches an additional 150 pounds of ammunition and explosives were discovered.