Afghan Farmer Helps Convict Taliban Member in U.S. Court by Del Quentin Wilber
An Afghan farmer named Jaweed, first told US federal agents stationed in Afghanistan of a Taliban plot to attack the US air base with rockets. He later worked with them on an opium and heroin deal. He secretly recorded Khan Mohammed, a Taliban member more than 10 times. The farmer, Jaweed purchased 11 kilograms of opium and later 2 kilograms of heroin from Mohammed. He told him that his friend was sending the powder to the US and France, mostly to American cities. Mohammed said, "Good, may God turn all the infidels into dead corpses, whether it is by opium or by shooting, this is our common goal."
Jaweed said he decided to help the US because he was tired of the violence and he didn't want his country to be destroyed and his foreign friends harassed or bothered. Jaweed's undercover work led to Mohammed's arrest at a police check point and he was flown to the US in October 2006. Mohammed was convicted in May of drug trafficking and engaging in narco-terrorism. He was sentenced to life in prison on December 22, 2008.
This story justifies what I've thought all along. First, they hate the US and will try to harm us anyway possible even through narco-terroism. So the next time you buy heroin remember who you're funding.