A prior Afghan police officer had admitted killing 2 American advisers inside interior ministry in capital, Kabul, in year 2011.
The former Afghan police officer, Abdul Saboor was detained this week in his hometown of Salang north of Kabul.
He said that he’d no regrets on what he did and was “proud” of his actions. “I do not care if I die for it,” he added.
He also confessed that he’d shot the advisers from a close range while using an official pistol.
The happening was among several at the time in which the members of security members crooked their arms on the coalition forces.
Abdul Saboor stated that he was enraged at the time over the reports that the copies of Quran had been desecrated by the troops of the United States.
“When I heard that they’d set fire to Quran, I could not control myself,” he said.
“Since the coalition forces have come to my country, what good have they done – could you show me?” he posed a question.
Abdul Saboor in 2012 was an employee at control centre for the CCTV inside interior ministry.
He however managed to escape after shooting the advisers. But Seddiq Seddiqi, who is the interior ministry spokesperson said that the escapee was arrested on Tuesday.
A BBC investigation in 2012 exposed that a catalogue of the security blunders had led to shootings & Saboor’s escape, resulting in momentous lowering of faith between the union forces & the Afghan security & military officials.
The document of the Interior ministry revealed that police sacked Abdul Saboor twice – on 1 occasion getting into scuffle with his colleagues & another time exhibiting a violent behavior.
Nevertheless, he was still capable to get the security clearance when he was re-hired by police for a 3rd time to work as an interior ministry driver.