Mangal Bagh, an Islamist warlord based in Khyber agency, part of Pakistan's tribal area, is pictured in a 2008 photograph with some of his followers. A Pakistani tribal court revealed Wednesday that Shakil Afridi, the doctor who helped the CIA hunt Osama bin Laden, was convicted on previously undisclosed charges of aiding Mangal Bagh.
Mangal Bagh, an Islamist warlord based in Khyber agency, part of Pakistan's tribal area, is pictured in a 2008 photograph with some of his followers. A Pakistani tribal court revealed Wednesday that Shakil Afridi, the doctor who helped the CIA hunt Osama bin Laden, was convicted on previously undisclosed charges of aiding Mangal Bagh. MCT
Mangal Bagh, an Islamist warlord based in Khyber agency, part of Pakistan's tribal area, is pictured in a 2008 photograph with some of his followers. A Pakistani tribal court revealed Wednesday that Shakil Afridi, the doctor who helped the CIA hunt Osama bin Laden, was convicted on previously undisclosed charges of aiding Mangal Bagh. MCT

Militancy charges, not treason, cited in Pakistan’s judgment against Shakil Afridi

May 30, 2012 12:00 AM