Sunday, 23 January 2011

Frontline cop in Afghanistan reveals battle to bring law and order to badlands

AN officer policing the Afghanistan frontline has revealed a chilling epidemic of ruthless murders and sexual slavery in the country's tribal badlands.

Military policeman Billy Hayes was sent to the deadliest part of the ravaged nation to mould new recruits and build a new force to take on Taliban fanatics.

He discovered a crime-ridden wasteland littered by roadside bombs where warlords kidnapped boys for their sexual pleasures.

But his tour of duty scored a series of spectacular successes, including:

Capturing a serial killer who wiped out an entire family, including two girls aged just three and five years old. Read more

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