Family of driver killed in drone strike targeting Taliban leader sues US

The family of the driver killed in a US drone strike targeting Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour in Pakistan has lodged a criminal case against the US government, according to police. The family is seeking to press murder charges.

Mohammad Azam, the taxi driver who picked Mullah Mansoor up on the Iranian border to reportedly take him to the remote town of Ahmad Wal in Balochistan, some 160 kilometers west of Quetta, was killed along with the Taliban leader in the US airstrike on May 21.

  • Like the US has Rule of Law, lol. The King’s whim of the day is the law.

  • useless opinion

    Only Isis has the money for a 100 mile cab ride with a tip. The cabby new this, he gambled and the Reaper made his call.

    • mobuyus

      No one knows when Karma may arrive but it always arrives on time.

    • Bataviawillem

      In pakistan that trip is less than 100 bucks.

      • useless opinion

        I thought that was the price of 5 ugly wives!

        • Bataviawillem

          For that kind of money you get 10.

          • Kell

            …and two goats!

  • mobuyus

    Job not done. Bomb the fuckers family now.

  • andycanuck

    Is the MSM blaming this on Uber yet?

  • ntt1

    Find the Alinsky following shyster that has talked the illiterate sand monkeys
    Family into suing and fire a drone up his tail pipe too

    • It became a big business in Britain, law firms went hunting for “victims”.