Baghdad release Daqduq and last to leave Iran
November 13 2012
Twilight News : diplomatic source revealed early Tuesday, the Iraqi authorities freed by Lebanese Hezbollah detainee Ali Musa Daqduq has already left to Iran.
The source told "Twilight News", "The detainee Ali Musa Daqduq, who was handed over by U.S. forces to Iraq has been released as a result of the absence of any legal justification for staying in detention."
The source added that "the information available indicates that Daqduq left Iraq to Iran immediately after his release."
He continued that "Iraq can not keeping a person under detention unless there are legally condemned, and for there is not condemned," adding that "planning to kill or killing American elements really is not a crime in Iraq."
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This comes after U.S. officials announced that a senior official in the Iraqi government told them that Baghdad no longer had a legal basis for continuing to detain a "Hezbollah" Ali Musa Daqduq accused of helping to kill American soldiers.
However, U.S. officials have expressed concern about the lack of success of their quest, and told Congress last week for a high probability of launch Daqduq soon.
Daqduq was last detained by the Americans before they withdrew from Iraq, was handed over to the Iraqi government ahead of last year's withdrawal.
The Americans were accused of Daqduq to work with "Qods Force" for the training of armed elements in Iraq, and working on planning an attack in Karbala in 2007 led to the deaths of 5 U.S. soldiers.