The Sarpoza Redemption?

Edward Kenney Afghanistan Study Group

So the Blogosphere is atwitter over the escape of almost 500 prisoners from a Kandahar prison.  Naturally this has led to a lot of finger pointing.  How could prisoners tunnel out in such massive numbers without being caught?  How did the prisoners hide the entrance of the tunnel?  My theory is that the tunnel was hidden under posters of burqa clad starlets.[1]

But joking aside, pro-surge coinistas always claim that the Taliban has increasingly limited “freedom of movement”.  If these people had any credibility at all, it’s gone now.  This latest episode has shown that we can’t even limit freedom of movement for Taliban inside a prison, let alone in the rugged countryside.

[1] go to 12:45.

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