McKenzie: Intel Doesn't Prove Russia Paid Bounties for U.S. Troops

McKenzie: Intel Doesn't Prove Russia Paid Bounties for U.S. Troops
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months after top Pentagon officials vowed to get to the bottom of whether the Russian government bribed the Taliban to kill American service members, the commander of troops in the region says a detailed review of all available intelligence has not been able to corroborate the existence of such a program.

"It just has not been proved to a level of certainty that satisfies me," Gen. Frank McKenzie, commander of the U.S. Central Command, told NBC News. McKenzie oversees U.S. troops in Afghanistan. The U.S. continues to hunt for new information on the matter, he said. Read Full Article »


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