A statement by Maliki’s office received by IraqiNews.com cited “We have received Daqduq from the US forces as he was detained by them then was submitted to the Iraqi courts where he proved to be innocent,” noting that “The US lawyers did not present enough proofs against Daqduq to condemn him.”
“After this, the
It is worth mentioning that the suspected Hezbollah operative, Ali Mussa Daqduq, was freed by Iraqi authorities and flew to
“There was no reason for his detention. Last night the decision was made to release him. He is out now and arrived in
Earlier this year, U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta assured that he had received assurances from
Daqduq was captured in March 2007 and initially said he was a deaf mute.