Obama's "peace" partners are all consistent in their unwavering commitment to their genocidal dreams and ideological mission to control and conquer.
Bottom line is, Obama should send in an elite Delta force to free this doctor. The spineless Obama administration slithered out of a muscular response with this weasely statement: (Victoria Nuland, US State Department briefing):
QUESTION: Do you have a reaction on Dr. Shakeel Afridi’s sentencing in Pakistan?
MS. NULAND: I didn’t understand you. Say it again, please.
QUESTION: Dr. Shakeel Afridi who helps CIA get the DNA to reach Usama bin Ladin’s compound. He has been sentenced in Pakistan to 33 years in prison. Do you have a reaction to that?
MS. NULAND: Well, I think you know that Secretary Clinton spoke to this issue back in February when she was testifying. Secretary Panetta has spoken to our concerns with regard to this matter. Our views on it haven’t changed. We will – we continue to see no basis for Dr. Afridi to be held.
QUESTION: Well --
QUESTION: Do you intend – now that the sentencing has taken place, do you intend to take up this matter with Pakistan?
MS. NULAND: We have regularly taken up this matter with Pakistan. I would expect we will continue to.
QUESTION: Any reaction that you have got from Pakistan? Any positive reaction?
MS. NULAND: I’m going to refer you to the Pakistanis on their reaction.
QUESTION: No. You have taken it up with them. Have they responded to you in a positive manner that they’ll do something?
MS. NULAND: Again, I’m going to leave it to the Pakistanis to characterize their own response.
QUESTION: After this sentencing, have you taken up this case with the Pakistanis?
MS. NULAND: I don’t know whether we’ve taken it up today, but as I said, we have regularly raised it.
QUESTION: Senator McCain and Senator Levin issued a statement today saying that Dr. Afridi be pardoned and released immediately. Do you agree with their views?
MS. NULAND: Again, I think I’ve spoken to where we are on this matter.
QUESTION: One more.
MS. NULAND: Yeah.
QUESTION: Since he was helping the U.S. on various matters and the CIA, how come you left him to die or to be imprisoned to sentenced by the Pakistanis on treason, on other charges? How come you didn’t give him some kind of protection, or just like the Chinese, Chen – Mr. Chen – just like him, to bring him somewhere, give him some safe haven rather than leaving him behind?
MS. NULAND: I think we’ve said that we don’t see any basis for what’s happened here, and so we will continue to make those representations to the Government of Pakistan.
QUESTION: Do you know when the last time you talked to the Pakistanis about this issue and at what level it was?
MS. NULAND: I don't have it, Cami. I’m sorry.
QUESTION: Okay. Now on the conviction of the doctor. You seem unwilling to acknowledge the fact that he was convicted. You’re saying that we don’t see any reason for him to be held, we don’t think that --
MS. NULAND: I think you’re over-parsing my words today.
QUESTION: Well, that’s why I’m a little surprised that this guy who was so much help, you’re not being a little bit more strong, a bit more forceful in your condemnation of it. Do you think that this man was guilty of treason?
MS. NULAND: Again, the Secretary spoke to this back in February --
QUESTION: What --
MS. NULAND: -- and Secretary Panetta spoke to it in January.
QUESTION: He hadn’t been convicted then, though.
MS. NULAND: I think we’re absolutely --
QUESTION: It was an ongoing legal process at the time, which you would not want to comment on – or you never want to comment on ongoing legal processes. Well, the legal process is over. He’s been convicted of treason. What does the U.S. think of this?
MS. NULAND: It’s not clear that the legal process is over. Okay? There may be other options for him legally.
They'll have to get in line. This man is already in prison in Pakistan and widely hated for turning in Osama in that country that is supposedly our friend and ally. "Taliban vows to cut Pakistan's bin Laden doctor 'into pieces,'" from Newscore, May 31:PESHAWAR, Pakistan -- The Taliban on Thursday called for the death of the jailed Pakistani doctor who helped the US find Osama bin Laden, vowing to "cut him into pieces when and where we manage to reach him."
Taliban spokesman Ehsanullah Ehsan told AFP that Dr. Shakil Afridi was at the top of the terrorist organization's kill list, vowing, "We will cut him into pieces when and where we manage to reach him."
"This court judgment and punishment is all a drama, staged to hand him over to America," Ehsan added.
Earlier Thursday, a Pakistani militant group accused of having links to Afridi denied associating with him and said they would "chew him alive" if they found him.
A commander from the Lashkar e Islam militant group said on condition of anonymity that, "We have no link to such a shameless man. If we see him we'll chew him alive."
His denial came after details of the May 24 verdict in Afridi's case were revealed Wednesday.
The verdict claimed that Afridi was jailed for 33 years in Pakistan because of his links to Lashkar e Islam, not for his role in helping the CIA track down the former terror leader....
Pull my other leg.