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Militants claim Saudi security helped killers

The grieving family of Paul Johnson, the US military contractor beheaded by Saudi extremists last week, was still awaiting word on the whereabouts of his body yesterday even as Saudi security forces claimed a major victory against al-Qa’ida with the killing of four of Mr Johnson’s alleged abductors. A number of troubling questions have begun to surface about the events surrounding Mr Johnson’s grotesque killing last Friday. Where was the body, which Saudi authorities claimed his abductors were in the process of dumping when they were ambushed and shot dead shortly after the murder? How come the security forces were unable to find the kidnap gang for six days, then tracked them down hours after the murder was carried out? Is it possible ­ as a jihadi website alleged yesterday ­ that members of the security forces were somehow in cahoots with al-Qa’ida? Full Story

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