DEA Diplomatic Assignment: Pakistan
D. Lee is a contributing editor for www.FamilySecurityMatters.org. He is the author of three criminal justice textbooks
used by colleges across the nation. Greg was the last Drug Enforcement Administration Resident Agent in Charge of the Karachi,
Pakistan Office before it became too dangerous, even for the cowboys of the DEA. Months later, a car bombing took out the
portion of the U.S. Consulate where he worked.
in Pakistan between 1994 and 1998, he saw terrorism like few Americans have. Terrorists in Karachi murdered two U.S. Diplomats
and four other American Citizens in two separate incidents. A suicide bombing of the Egyptian embassy in Islamabad rattled
his office at the U.S. embassy. While in Islamabad, he was personally involved in the arrest of Ramzi Yousef, the mastermind
of the 1993 NYC World Trade Center, who was plotting to blow up 12 U.S. air carriers over the Pacific Ocean when he was captured.
If successful, Yousef would have killed more people then died as a result of the events of 9/11. Greg collected vital evidence
in the case and testified at his trial where he was questioned on the witness stand by Yousef who elected to represent himself.
He also managed to capture DEA's most wanted
Pakistani fugitive drug lord and Taliban sympathizer, Haji Ayub Afridi, and bring him to the United States to stand trial.
His informants facilitated the FBI capture
Mir Kanzi, a Pakistani National who killed two CIA employees outside its HQs in 1993. Investigating Pakistan’s powerful
al-Qaida connected drug lords was secondary to just surviving in one of the world’s most dangerous places.
In 2011, As an army reservist, Mr. Lee served a combat
tour of duty in Afghanistan while on special assignment with the Special Operations Command Europe.
Now retired he can finally tell his unique and fascinating stories about
Afghanistan, Pakistan, the Taliban, and why defeating terrorism and its powerful al-Qaida connected drug lord partners is
an arduous task. Contact him when you need a riveting speaker at your next event.
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Jr., Sheriff, Riverside, CA County Sheriff's Department
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